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Open Source Solid Modeling CAD2,069 weekly downloads
SSVNC adds encryption security to VNC. It provides a GUI for Windows, MacOSX, and Unix that automatically starts up an SSL or SSH tunnel for connections to any VNC server. It also supports VeNCrypt encryption. The Unix viewer has many new features.334 weekly downloads
A collection of performance analysis software that can assist with a variety of techniques useful for application software optimization and benchmarking. The current release provides support for analysis with hardware performance counters on Linux.65 weekly downloads
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Ellogon is a multi-lingual, cross-platform, general-purpose language engineering environment.
A combination of useful tools for High School classes, including math classes ranging from prealgebra to calculus, and science classes ranging from IPS to AP Physics.
Sakura is a Knowledge Navigator and User Interface for UNIX, which implements HyperMedia and its own windowing and packing system, both in the main program and in an extensive API for Tcl and other languages.
A GUI wrapper for ScummVM. Available in * Tcl/Tk * Perl/Tk Used to be called ScummVMTk and was origionally meant to use only Tcl/Tk.
An IRC client that uses Tcl for not only the scripting, but also the "glue" at the C level for how all the parts of the application fit together.
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Implementations, AIs, and analyzation programs for the game Tradeoff, originally Shougou.