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Object-Oriented C library for rapid application development
The TruongQuangDuocIDS (tqdids) is an IDS that works on multi-platform, from Solaris/SPARC to HP-UX/Alpha. This IDS has features like other IDSs (snort etc.) but it has a special feature inside the binary-pattern-matching algorithm that makes it faster.
Trivial GDB (tgdb) is a library for making front ends to GDB using a simple API. Included with tgdb is a lightweight, but fully functional curses front end called cgdb.
Light console to control a remote system through serial line, telnet... Has non-blocking scroll lock, timestamp, command edit/recall, command fifo, log viewer (unlimited size), search back/forward, occurence count, easy copy/print any part of logfile
The idea behind this project is to develop an Open Source Groupware program. This involves a server and a series of clients. The goal is to get as close as possible to platform independency / cross-platformism...
WebToken is a cryptographic system to authenticate users through a 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication) using OTP (One Time Password).
x2vt used to be a standalone program, designed to be smaller than rxvt. But rxvt's development branch is actually better and more portable than x2vt, so I'm submitting patches to rxvt instead of competing with it.