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Development toolkit for Web Services and XML data bindings for C & C++1,015 weekly downloads
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CookMail is a powerful HTML email form CGI handler. It provides custom HTML output and email messages without the hassle of programming.
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages.
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OpenPoplog is a multi-language, incrementally-compiled virtual machine-based development environment with its own extensive teaching and support material, supporting the languages Pop-11, Prolog, Common Lisp and ML on Unix, VMS, Linux and Windows.
OpenSiteSearch is the new Open Source version of OCLC's original java-based web application for building Z39.50 portals (i.e. virtual union catalogues). This project is specifically aimed at the library community.