ADMS is a code generator that converts electrical compact device models specified in high-level description language into ready-to-compile c code for the API of spice simulators. Repository migrated to: https://github.com/Qucs/ADMS For checkout do: git clone https://github.com/Qucs/ADMS.git
Netwib provides sniff, spoof, client, server and most functions needed by network programs.
Toolbox netwox helps to find and solve network problems. Netwox contains 223 tools.
parallel hash alternative message digest
phalanx - parallel hash alternative (PHA) is an initiative to provide a fast and portable, parallel/multithreaded message digest utility and library.
HTML and HTTP as single executable file
The idea of the project came from my embedded projects. Almost every embedded device requires that or another management interface. In 99% in all devices runs a http server which hosts mini-site integrated with the system through cgi. My idea is creating an HTML compiler. An HTML code with embedded into it C code compiled, and the final product it is just executable file with incorporites HTML code, all images, and HTTP server. The CGI level disappears in such a scheme, the embedded C code just executed when the page generated by server.
KENTROS XC programming language for business
KENTROS XC is a platform for developing applications Back-End for small and medium businesses that want to incorporate CASE methodologies, and standards of design, development and systems impletación during the software life cycle. KENTROS intended to be a powerful tool that combines the experience and safety of programming languages such as COBOL, C, and at the same time the simplicity and ease of a language such as BASIC and PASCAL. KENTROS OpenSource is a language, try to provide the highest quality of development for medium enterprises and also clean and efficient platform-oriented businesses to the data layer, completely free and available to any organization that requires automating their business processes. Copyright Rolando Fernández Benavidez 2009. GNU General Public License