The purpose of this project is to modify SmartEiffel to allow it to be used to create applications for mobile device platforms such as Symbian, BREW, and J2ME. Currently the codebase is based on SmartEiffel 1.0, but we are looking into moving over to Sma
OS based on Agent based Security with a new type of split kernel and agents platform.
BART Scheduler is a PalmOS application that determines the appropriate BART trains to take between two stations, given an approximate time to leave or arrive.
Remote control MacOSX applications with any Bluetooth enabled Palm handheld.
GGI stands for "General Graphics Interface", and it is a project that aims to develop a reliable, stable and fast graphics system that works everywhere. We want to allow any program using GGI to run on any platform requiring at most a recompile.
SuperWaba is a Virtual Machine for handhelds. Runs in PalmOS, Windows CE, Win32, and is fully emulated under JDK/browser. Supports Exceptions, has a complete set of UI controls (Palm/WinCE), double and long, grayscale/color, sockets/serial/IR/Bluetooth
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This software provides the user the facitility to transfer files and messages from one ipod to another using neighbour discovery by bonjour, protecting data with identity based encryption (CPABE+RSA) and incorporating post boxes while still being easy to
utility to split mp3, ogg vorbis and FLAC files without decoding
mp3splt is a free utility to split mp3, ogg vorbis and FLAC files without decoding, selecting begin/end time; if file is an album, you can get splitpoints automatically from internet or a local cue, cddb file. It also splits Mp3Wrap and AlbumWrap archives. Supports splitting and trimming by silence detection. For mp3 files, both ID3v1 and ID3v2 are supported using original tags or user defined tags.
Open SVC Decoder aims to provide a real-time coding framework for Scalable Video Coding extension of H.264/AVC.This project is AVC/SVC library decoding tools created at the IETR/INSA of Rennes. Please have a look at the project web site for more details
Implements the rules of Scrabble(tm) for handhelds like PalmOS and PocketPC, (Linux too). Easy to port to other platforms, supports multiple languages and multi-device play via IR or UDP. Not vaporware: one of TIME.com's top 5 PalmOS apps
If you reach this page most likely you are looking for Rodi P2P binary release - check web site rodi.sf.net If you are looking for CLI/FFS/AOS portable C/C++ libraries for RTOS "emLib" package is the way to go
Assist takes plain english commands and interpretes them to carry out a specified action. Example: "remind me to hand in paper on monday" will create a reminder in your PIM with the subject: "hand in paper", due date being the very next Monday.
A clone of Sim City ported to a variety of handhelds.
This is the classic Palm OS puzzle game Vexed, winner of the Handheld Computing Best Freeware Game award for 2001. <br><IMG src="http://vexed.sourceforge.net/images/HHCbanner.gif">
DSLinux is a Linux port for the Nintendo DS game console.
A clone of the Atari save-your-city-from-impending-nuclear-doom game.
Hammer of Thyrion (uHexen2) is a cross-platform port of Raven Software's Hexen II source. It is based on an older linux port, Anvil of Thyrion. HoT includes countless bug fixes, improved music, sound and video modes, opengl improvements, support for many operating systems and architectures, and documentation among many others.
I compile toolchains for who doesn't have time to compile the toolchain
ZDoc for the palmpilot, exepak and sentinel are now going to be released from this site.
A crossplatform Fortune-cookies teller with more than 90000 witty sayings. See a wise (or maybe not) advice everytime on your PC or mobile. Check our web site
Downloads movie listings from around the world onto a Palm for browsing.
SgLinuxOS is small Linux distribution based on LFS(LinuxFromScratch) using uClibc and busybox, running live from ide cdrom.
Slirp is a SLIP/PPP link emulator. Clients think it's a normal connection! The Slirp Maintance Project is what it says: keep Slirp up and running! (Primary Developer needed!)
Open Source for Internet of Things
An Open Community in the Home Automation and Domotics space. We believe an Open Source approach can revolutionize the way people create, install, and maintain software in the industry. Our panel technology integrates with your favorite protocol and runtime hardware through Open Source software. We open up the front-end and support a unified panel and visual programming model. An installer can pick and choose hardware products from different vendors and still present one panel UI to the user. A proprietary hardware vendor can build modern panel support and integrate with existing vendors. Whether you are a DIY aficionado, a high-end installer, a hardware vendor or integrator, OpenRemote has something for you. We want to make OpenRemote the standard for commercial and hobbyist integration alike. We allow any integrator or vendor to write plug-ins and bring innovative tools that simplify the work of an installer and the relationship with the client.