A small, portable, client/server GUI designed to work on many types of hardware, including handheld computers and other embedded systems. For more information and downloads, see http://picogui.org
The Rossum Project is an attempt to collect and distribute robotics software. We are seeking help with our first project, a mobile-robot simulator featuring a 2-D virtual world, and new work including artificial intelligence and robot-control logic.
A small and easy to use framebuffer graphics library
guiForth is a customized version of pForth that provides bindings to the FLTK library. The initial goal is to create a software development system for the Agenda VR3 PDA, but guiForth should be portable to any platform that has FLTK.
NovaTK is an object-oriented, cross-platform GUI toolkit. One of the focuses of NovaTK is to facilitate rapid development of cross-platform applications requiring fewer lines of code.
Multi-process homeostatic software agent library
PUPS/P3 facilitates development of multi-process multi-host computations by providing tools to emulate colonies of homeostatic organisms. It permits persistent computation, homeostatic resource protection, and asychronous interprocess communication.
We are currently developing our embedded TCP/IP modules, industrial ethernet systems and wireless platform for system control and data acquisition. Our main development environment is Linux and GNU tools like GCC (ASM, C, C++) and Python.
Simple and flexible GNU/Linux distribution
Draco is an independently developed GNU/Linux distribution for i486 compatible computers, with focus on simplicity and flexibility. Draco has an distinct separation between the base system and third-party (provided by pkgsrc), the advantage of this approach is that the base system will work without third-party; And third-party applications are completely isolated from the base system, unable to break your system.
ISP Controller is a project aimed at designing a complete sollution for a ISP-wide management system. Basically, we want the use to be able to configure any daemon, on any machine, using a central PHP/Apache backend.
Currently-under-development library of OS-independent objects to provide complex parallel port control, high-resolution timers and other similar facilities needed when using PC I/O ports to control external digital electronics.
Open source observatory control software
RTS2 is project to create an open source environment for control of a fully autonomous observatory. It is running about dozen fully autonomous observatories. Its modular design allow easily addition of new devices (to already huge supported HW list).
Drivers, firmware and cross dev tools for the Commodore 64 Retro Replay, RRNet and MMC64.
MATE Desktop Environment, a non-intuitive and unattractive desktop for users, using traditional computing desktop metaphor. Also known as the GNOME2 fork.
CDK4AVR stands for Cross Development Kit for Atmels AVR RISC processor serie and should you support with a comprehensive Assembler and C development environment for even this processor familie under Linux or similar host systems.
A series of simple video games, written in various languages (chiefly C/C++ and making use of several libraries). Libraries crafted within the project for use by Bouncing Ball Games will also be made available.
VRML2.0/97 and VRML1 viewer for the UNIX/Linux plattform
Gdkxft transparently adds anti-aliased font support to gtk+-1.2. Once you have installed it, you can run any (well, nearly any) existing gtk+ binary and see anti-aliased fonts in the gtk widgets. You don't need to recompile gtk+ or your applications.
A powerful C++ class library for image manipulation
ImageStone is a powerful C++ class library for image manipulation. Its features include load, save, display, transformation, and nearly 100 special image effects. It can be used cross platform (includes Windows, Linux, Mac), and especially under windows it can be used as a DIB wrapper class.
We provide ported open source tools/applications including their complete sources and/or ready to use binaries for QNX, like XFree86, Lesstif, DDD, VNC, Nedit and cluster middleware like PVM.
Avifile is a library that allows you to read and write compressed AVI files (Indeo? Video, DivX, etc.) under x86 Linux. (De)compression is performed with Win32 DLLs. It includes AVI player, video4linux-compatible capture program and simple AVI recompres
Light Speed! is an OpenGL-based program which interactively illustrates the effects of special relativity on the appearance of moving objects. When an object accelerates beyond (roughly) two hundred million meters per second, these strange effects become
LuaCheia is a full-blown, enhanced version of the Lua interpreter.
A plugin written in C which allow GNUPG encryption and decryption in PIDGIN tested on FreeBSD 6.2 it is compatible with licq and ayttm
XNBC is a graphic application to simulate biologic neural networks.
XNBC is a full featured application for computer naive neuroscientists. It simulates biological neural networks using graphic tools to edit neurons and networks, to run the simulation and to analyze results. Written in C, it runs on Unix and Windows. Web site : http://ticemed-sa.upmc.fr/xnbc/ All recent versions are on this site.
Object Oriented Language
Ctalk is a compact object oriented language that works closely with C. That means you can use Ctalk for GUI, network, client-server, and systems programs as well as traditional object oriented simulations. Ctalk includes a just-in-time compiler, extendable class libraries, and a compact run-time library. Written for use with GNU GCC, Ctalk supports a variety of UNIX, Linux, and OS X systems, the X Window System, and libraries like the GNU readline library, the Xft Type1, FreeType and TrueType font libraries, and the OpenGL and GLUT 3-d graphics libraries. If you want to learn more about Ctalk, you can download the tutorial as a PDF file in the Files section. Ctalk's C preprocessor, Ctpp, is also available as a separate package. To find out what's new in the latest release, check out the ReleaseNotes page of the Ctalk Wiki.