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cstyx is a client library for the Styx / 9P2000 remote file protocol. It has bindings for C++, C, Python and LabView.
PORUS is a portable USB stack for peripheral devices. Enumeration is handled automatically by C code generated from an easy-to-use configuration file. PORUS is written in standard C, so porting to new hardware is straightforward.1 weekly downloads
estyx is a transport-independent server for the Styx / 9P2000 remote file protocol, intended mainly for embedded systems. Using estyx, it is easy to implement a powerful communication protocol for an embedded device.
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A Rexx interafce to the PiFace Digital I/O board
Libswt, an auto-tooled version of the eclipse project's SWT which builds with gcj.1 weekly downloads
Visix is a small, high-speed graphics add-on library. It is not a full-fledged library for creating graphics applications. Visix is intended to support applications which already contain graphics by providing an optimized set of high-speed primitive dra
Twist is an open-source Java add-on collection for the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) aka Eclipse UI and includes new widgets, new data models, new common dialogs, new layouts and much more.
Midea is a robust c string api set with regex support, handling fixed width 8 to 64 bit character sets at runtime (no recompilation is required). Initialization routines convert multibyte encodings such as utf8.
Major looseless compression algorithms library and documentation. First project: Arithmetic, Huffman, LZ77, LZ78, LZW, RLE. Second project reimplements Deflate. Documentation explains major Entropy Compression Methods.
A TI-89/92 program that will help user with physics equations by showing them, set by step, how to solve the equation, both symbolically and with defined information.
Mod_Rexx is an Apache loadable module which interfaces to Rexx. All phases of an Apache request can be processed with Mod_Rexx. It supports Open Object Rexx and Regina Rexx.1 weekly downloads
Powerful password manager program with: - Use OpenSSL - Based on Plug-ins structure - NT Authorization - Multi-user - Make movable media - Auto fill HTML form - Remember password of applications - Backup/Restore - Import/Export (and more...)
Snoopium is a system monitor for MorphOS. It displays file system activity in realtime and is a powerful tool to find out how applications work. Snoopium is based on Amiga SnoopDos.
Rexx/Curses is an interface to the curses library. With this external function package, Rexx programmers can write cross-platform applications with a consistent textual user interface.6 weekly downloads
The Discrete Event Calculus Reasoner is an open source program for performing automated commonsense reasoning using the discrete event calculus, a comprehensive and highly usable formalism for reasoning about action, change, space, and mental states.3 weekly downloads
This project implements a DAPL provider for Myrinet network cards. The 2.0 series is for DAT 2.0 and supports both GM and MX. The 1.2 series is for DAT 1.2 and supports both GM and MX since release 0.4. The 1.1 series is for DAT 1.1 and supports GM only.
Mostly C (MC)LEGO RCX C compiler, generates LASM (Lego assembler). Has a number of features not present in NQC: true subroutines, functions w parameters, bool/float types, large const arrays, math library. Requires only LEGO SDK 2.5 (web link provided).3 weekly downloads
The Smoke Virtual Machine is a stack-based bytecode runtime targetting dynamic and functional programming languages
APLEpy stands for Algebraic Programming Language Extension for Python. It is an open source alternative to commercial products such as AMPL and GAMS. It offers the same high level of abstraction while keeping the advantages of using Python environment.
Application for Alcatel 50x and 70x phones6 weekly downloads
It's new technology for Development Personal Creation/Customization Services , based on XML standard and DAFSM (Finite State Machine Theory) , using multiple call control protocols.
Eclipse Configuration Management and Launcher.
Through sensory devices installed on public roads which estimates car speeds, this system will control the traffic light by factors such as, the number of cars approaching a crossroad, the speed and distances between each cars, road, weather condition, a
TymeacTS is a full-feature, multi-tasking, asynchronous-process manager for IBM CICS backend development. TymeacTS provides a queuing facility, asynchronous task management and recursive processing with a minimal footprint that is easy to use. (COBOL/C)
SnoopDos is a utility that allows you to monitor a variety of system operations carried out by programs on your Amiga. This includes what files a program is trying to open, what fonts, libraries, devices and environment variables it is looking for.