The Sokoban game implemented in Java.
JSoko is a Java program for playing the Sokoban game. It features path finding, auto push, auto solving, undo/redo, deadlock detection, and more.
Java-based discrete event simulator of an M/M/s queue system
JSim is a Java-based discrete event simulator of an M/M/s queue system. The target audience are students and educators who may use it to explain and understand the basic principles of the system. JSim includes a library of classes that can be used to modify the application to simulate other types of queuing systems as well. Therefore, it may be used as starting point to build larger, application specific simulator.
Multiplatform: Easy setup Syslog Server tool for recording network messages. It opens the UDP port 514 on your computer to act as Syslog Server and displays the messages immediately in your screen.
ORSimpleVideoConverter is a friendly front-end for FFmpeg
ORSimpleVideoConverter is a software package developed in Java language, to be used as a friendly front-end for the FFmpeg. This tool supports all major operating systems (OS), Windows, Linux and MacOSX. However, the FFmpeg binary distribution must be suitable for that OS. Thus, this tool can support a wide range of media formats and most of the features present in FFmpeg. Requirements: In order to use ORSimpleVideoConverter you must have installed a Java Runtime Environment 1.7 or later.
A simple, and lightweight program to display and format Bukkit logs.
Bukkit Log Viewer is a simple, easy-to-use and lightweight program, which loads Bukkit server logs, and highlights the different logs, depending on the logger level. Below is a colour code: FINE = > green FINER = > green FINEST = > green INFO = > cyan SEVERE = > red WARNING = > yellow
A puzzle game of rules acting upon rules. Create the desired pattern.
Midi file create, save and play.
A simple, easy to extend, parameter driven and customisable Java application that creates and plays Midi music files. A music notation file needs to be created. The application parses the music notation file and creates a Midi file. The application can play any Midi file. The application can read a Midi file and create an XML file from a Midi file. The application can create a music notation file from the XML file. The application includes a simple Gui interface which allows parameters to be amended and plays a scale. The application is used by Java developers to add Midi processing (Portal) to their application. The "User Guide", "Javadoc" documentation and "JUnit" tests provides an introduction to the interface, implementation and factory classes.
some utils project and some final user apps written in java desktop
some utils project and some final user apps written in java desktop. Author, Sebastián Gurin, aslias cancerbero_sgx, some time ago write these util java classes and final user tools and now wish to share and mantain these here.