LANtern is a packet analyzer for Linux. It's written in C (without pcap) and released under the MIT license. It supports ARP, RARP, MPLS, IPv4 (AH, ESP, GRE, ICMP, IGMP, IPComp, TCP, UDP, UDP-Lite, and IP-in-IP encapsulation), and more.
An encryption standard based on the chaotic properties of the logistic map function. With a pseudo-random byte generator, this cipher offers encryption with great statistical improbability.
This is a drop-installable Subversion server. It consists of a GUI application that contains a complete Apache 2 server plus the mod_dav_subversion plugin and takes care of everything from installation to setup to administration of a SVN server.
MiniWebsvr is a tiny/small HTTP web server that aims to one day be embeddable. Small footprint and light on resources is a major requirement.
NIOSH Digital Radiograph Viewer for B Readers
BViewer Version 1.0p Purpose: Development of viewing software assuring consistent softcopy display and usability in the NIOSH Coal Workers' Surveillance and B Reader Certification Programs. The most recent additions support a general-purpose mode of operation (the installation default) and report form. Installable standard reference images must be licensed by the individual B Reader from the International Labor Organization. NIOSH Contact: David N. Weissman, MD, Director Division of Respiratory Disease Studies National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Morgantown, WV The BViewer software was designed and implemented by Thomas L. Atwood, Ph.D. Southeast X-Ray, Inc. (479)667-4000
Rule Engine for State and Event Monitoring
NodeBrain is a rule engine for construction of state and event monitoring applications. It interacts with other monitoring components to perform simple element state monitoring or complex event correlation based on user specified rules. It is extended through the development of node modules (plug-ins) using NodeBrain's C API, and servants (programs written in any language) that interact with the rule engine via stdin, stdout, and stderr. The package includes a small set of plug-in modules to provide capabilities typically required for monitoring applications.
Phluid is a window manager that emphasizes efficiency, speed, and beauty. It uses rasterman's Imlib2 library as the image/font rendering backend. Phluid also attempts to be flexible and compliant with the ICCCM standard.
Python-bindings to Allegro Game Programming Library
A DirectX based graphics/physics engine
As of now, an independently developed graphics/physics engine for use with DirectX9/DirectX11 and C++. I'm only working on this during my free time, so it will not be updated too often unless I have something major to add to it. Outside insight would be appreciated.
Radius Engine is a Lua script-based real-time 2D graphics engine designed for rapidly prototyping games. Built on top of SDL and OpenGL, games made with Radius Engine are portable to both Windows and Linux.
A platform independent 2d game programming framework for c/c++ programmers with least possible dependencies for easy porting and with focus on easy api calls and the requirement of commercial programmers
The Safe Math Library is a set of APIs designed to help mitigate the risk of arithmetic overflows. This library is modeled after ISO/IEC TR 24731.
netcat clone with SSL and port forwarding support. easy to create SSL proxies, interactive scripts etc
The goal is to provide the smallest HTTP server which just works. A feature will be included in the server if and only if that feature cannot be implemented elsewhere without loss of speed or security.
Native code compiler for Standard ML 97 and associated libraries and tools.
TMSNetServer is a TAP (Topfield Application Program) for the HD Topfield PVRs. Its primary function is to provide PVR functions and information via a network connection
Sets out to be an innovative new operating system while retaining compatibility with POSIX and Win32
An open source spatio-temporal data mining library
Current functions: 1. The General Association Rule Mining Framework(GARMF) library, which support mining association rules from transactions(boolean, weighted, fuzzy), spatial datasets (vector and raster) and spatio-temporal datasets (raster snapshots). Besides it support incremental mining. 2. Rule Filtering Library (RFL), a library for rule evaluation. 3. Besides, DAP-Shell, a GUI shell for GARMF and RFL, will be provided. However I'll pay no more attention on it.
The ViennaIPD is a powerful control language which provides the ability to read complex application control sets from input files. The obtained data is distributed to external applications by a convenient datastructure interface.
Classical and quantum semiconductor device simulation
The ViennaWD package provides a selection of simulation tools supporting classical and quantum approaches for semiconductor device simulation.
Lossless compression program with various algorithms included. Intended for large XML files, but can compress any files. Best results with block compression (BWT+MTF+RLE) on large block over alphabet of words.
A project to provide support for, Aiptek graphics tablets. Also branded as Digital Edge and others.
"Xprint" is an advanced printing system which enables X11 applications to use devices like printers, FAX or create documents in formats like PostScript or PDF.
Ethernet stack implementation (currently based on the ENC28J60)
A callback handler based ethernet stack implementation optimized for AVR microcontrollers. For now, the only controller supported is the ENC28J60. However it is easy to integrate different controllers as the interface your driver has to provide is fairly simple. Developed by the hobbyist programmers and electrical engineering students Niklas Fritz and Alexander Gladis