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native inputbox passwordbox colorpicker WIN OSX GTK QT CONSOLE C# LUA74 weekly downloads
kradview is a viewer of images obtained for some different sources: X-ray, NMR and all DICOM-compatible imaging devices. Its aim is to be a complete platform for medical imaging and image processing.5 weekly downloads
KSetiSpy is a KDE program for monitoring the SETI@home client and displaying information about the data it analyzes. It offers the same user interface as SETI Spy, a popular Windows utility.
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Klsof is a frontend to the command line utility lsof.
In the interest of greater commercial use of open source software, we intend to exhaustively compile, test, improve and disseminate middleware organized around the most popular open source databases. Our first projects will be SAP and PostgressQl. Perso
Tool to manage struts config files
A KDE interface and KPart component written in C++/Qt to easily change the desktop look and feel, for instance by command line or scripting. Including the nigritude ultramarine WinXP theme for KDE3.
UCAS or Universal Central Admin System.Client to Server API system for administrating Unix/Linux/BSD systems that allows a quick and effective method for keeping control of all your servers in one central system.
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