A repository for source code snippets, designed with Pascal in mind.
CodeSnip is an open source code bank for storing and viewing code snippets. It not only manages, displays and manipulates your own code snippets but it can also incorporate snippets downloaded from the online DelphiDabbler Code Snippets Database. Designed with Pascal code in mind, CodeSnip enables Delphi or Free Pascal code snippets to be test-compiled with any installed Delphi or Free Pascal compiler and results to be reported. Use this feature to validate the syntax of code without switching to your compiler. Compilable Pascal units containing selected snippets can be generated. Code in other languages can be stored in CodeSnip although the source file generation and compiler checking features will not be available. Compilable Pascal units of selected snippets can be generated. Selected snippets can also be exported and shared with other CodeSnip users. CodeSnip's source code is now developed over on GitHub: https://github.com/delphidabbler/codesnip
A light GUI editor for SQLite databases
***** WE'VE MOVED TO GITHUB ***** https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser Reason why we moved → http://blog.gluster.org/2013/08/how-far-the-once-mighty-sourceforge-has-fallen/ ***** WE'VE MOVED TO GITHUB ***** DB Browser for SQLite is a light GUI editor for SQLite databases, built on top of Qt. The main goal of the project is to allow non-technical users to create, modify and edit SQLite databases using a set of wizards and a spreadsheet-like interface. Note - This project has previous been known as "SQLite Browser" and "Database Browser for SQLite". "DB Browser for SQLite" will hopefully be the name that sticks. :)
SQLite Editor and Compiler for PC, macOS and Linux
A valuable SQLite editor for your PC, Mac OS and Linux with a useful button to compile the code sql for immediate preview of tables, columns and values. == OS requirements to this installation == - macOS 10.9 and later are supported, older operating systems are not supported (and do not work). - Windows 7 and later are supported, older operating systems are not supported (and do not work). Both x86 and amd64 (x64) binaries are provided for Windows. Please note, the ARM version of Windows is not supported for now. - Ubuntu 12.04 and later and again Fedora 21 and Debian 8 are supported Both ia32 and x64 binaries are provided for Linux == Browser Extensions == Chrome extension: http://bit.ly/1O4g1u0 == Windows app: http://amzn.to/2uor6ao ==
Client solution for PC & Browser Firefox to create zip archive
All client-side solution for PC & Browser Firefox to create zip archive and extract zip and rar archive files with API HTML5 file system. == Browser Extensions == Add-on Firefox: http://mzl.la/1Kd7fiD OS requirements - Windows 7 and later are supported, older operating systems are not supported (and do not work). Both x86 and amd64 (x64) binaries are provided for - - Windows. Please note, the ARM version of Windows is not supported for now. == Installation and Activation == 1. Download Extension and install in your Browser Firefox 2. Then: Select View - Sidebar and ZipWeb. Or to active extension use combo keys ctrl-6
The papper brain game.
Fast and simple calculator.
Fast calculator is fast and simple calculator with many functions on java.
Get accurate performance timing for any page with this add-on Firefox
Measures the speed and timing performance in general in your network, your browser and the server of the pages of websites with this useful widget extension dedicated to your Firefox browser. You can immediately save the chart test result within your file system for a comparison with other subsequent tests. Get Opera extension: http://bit.ly/1O9OvRx Get Firefox extension: http://mzl.la/1Vs0UV2 == Installation == 1. Click on download directly from your Firefox browser and install add-on 2. Then click on the icon of the extension included in toolbar to start test
A CLI audio cue file generator which uses the Discogs.com API
DCue is a command line tool for automatically generating audio cue sheets (.cue files) using the massive release database from Discogs.com to find artist names, track titles, durations and other information via the Discogs API. DCue is equally compatible with Windows and Linux (and probably OS X -- though not officially supported). It has no external dependencies whatsoever. It makes use of some C++11 features where available. Full documentation and information about support and contributing is available through the Wiki. Support requests should be directed to the discussion page.