butt (broadcast using this tool) is an easy to use, multi OS streaming tool. It supports ShoutCast and IceCast and runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows. The main purpose of butt is to stream live audio data from your computers Mic or Line input to an Shoutcast or Icecast server. Recording is also possible. It is NOT intended to be a server by itself or automatically stream a set of audio files.
Interactive geometry software for Euclidean and non-Euclidean spaces
GeomSpace is interactive geometry software for different geometric spaces. You can build your own universe of any dimension and with any geometry. You can choose Euclidean, elliptic, hyperbolic, Galilean, Minkowskii, de Sitter among other spaces.
Internet Browser - WebKit based with FLTK GUI
includes the WKCCC shared library for embedding WebKit.
Virtual X-Ray Imaging Library on GPU
gVirtualXRay is a C++ library to simulate X-ray imaging. It is based on the Beer-Lambert law to compute the absorption of light (i.e. photons) by 3D objects (here polygon meshes). It is implemented on the graphics processing unit (GPU) using the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL).
Virtual MIDI Multitrack Recorder is intended to be a lightweight (1980's style) MIDI sequencer with easy usability and basic feature set. It is the combination of a general purpose multitrack MIDI data player/recorder, and a part based song sequencer.
Rendera is an open-source painting package.
Rendera is an open-source painting package. It is useful for useful for photo-retouching, seamless tile production, and other painting tasks. Currently being rewritten from scratch using C++/FLTK to support more platforms and work better.
A Simple and Lightweight Music Player
Development moved to: https://github.com/andreldm/kissplayer
A Work-In-Progress, Full-Featured, Open Source IRC Client
Kashyyyk is full featured, open source, cross platform IRC client. It was originally written to replace HexChat on OS X. At the time, HexChat (a fork of XChat) had only had a single release on OS X, which was still in alpha. Kashyyyk is extremely small, the binaries and related libraries totaling around half a megabyte. Kashyyyk also has very few external dependencies, the official binaries statically linking all supporting libraries. Kashyyyk is natively available for OS X, Windows, and FreeBSD. Additionally, it can be compiled for Cygwin/X. When possible, Kashyyyk takes advantage of native OS capabilites, such as the OS X notification center. Kashyyyk uses the libfjirc library originally written for the Whittler IRC bot and the libfjnet wrapper written for TurboSphere. It has an FLTK-based GUI. Kashyyyk is intended to be cross platform and easily compiled. It is known to compile using Clang, GCC, Cygwin, Sun Studio, and MSVC 2013.
Dynamic Extension for TCL/TK
Implements a Tcl binding for the Fast Light Tool Kit portable GUI development environment.
If your harddisk is full with files and you want to put them on CD or DVD and after that, to keep the evidence of them browsing on a web page from that CD (DVD) or using a dedicated application, well use this.
MyServer development has moved to GNU savannah since it became an official GNU Project: https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/myserver
SonasoundP is a follow-up to Niklas Werner's sonasound and aims at helping foreign language students with their speech drills. The program shows a real-time spectrogram. Our aim is to add means to record and compare speech from different speakers.
Spherical subdivision utility for MS Windows and Linux
TesselSphere is an OpenGL spherical subdivision utility for MS Windows and Linux. It currently employs particle and geodesic tesselators. The UI uses QHull morphers that split Delaunay and Voronoi hulls to create new cells in the lattice. Additionally, morphers can target individual cells to split or stellate. TesselSphere can be used to generate vertices for geodesic domes, pollen, radiolaria, viruses and other polyhedra. Comes with full documentation and source. Saves VRML 1.0, POV-Ray inc file and OBJ. TesselSphere was coded between 2000-2006 and is the precursor to Geodesica. I have no mathematical qualifications and TesselSphere was written as a mathematical recreation in my spare time.