quvi is a command line tool for parsing Adobe Flash media stream URLs. libquvi is a cross-platform library for parsing media stream URLs with C API.
Mobile Device Detection for C and C++
Add mobile device detection to your C or C++ program the easy way with 51Degrees. No cloud services, no external plug-ins, all Mozilla Public License source code. It's a great alternative to WURFL or DeviceAtlas. 1. Download and extract. 2. Run the setup file. 3. Import the code into your project or call the compiled executable as a process. Visit http://51degrees.com/Support/Documentation/APIs/C.aspx to get the full setup guide. The zip file contains a batch file for easy compilation. You will need Visual Studio 2010 (or greater) or GCC set up and configured on a Windows operating system in order to use this batch file. See the user guide linked to above for full instructions.
BeeSeek is a project to build a free, open-source search engine based on a peer to peer technology. Code and bug reports are available on https://launchpad.net/beeseek-project
The Cacheboy Content Delivery Software.
Turn Apache web server log files into SQLite databases.