Haiku is an open-source operating system currently in development designed from the ground up for desktop computing.
C++ cross-platform development library
Epulse is a signal generator that can produce pulses, sine, triangular and rectangular waves with an unlimited level of modulations. It can be used in electronics to create test signals, or to make simple audio effects.
Haiku is an open-source operating system currently in development designed from the ground up for desktop computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku aims to provide a computing experience that is simple yet powerful, and free of any unnecessary complexities.
J-Alice is a C++ implementation of an Alicebot clone. It can chat on console, irc and function as a mini-http server. Currently it runs on Linux, BeOS, Windows and Solaris with equal functionality.
This is the free Developer Edition of BeOS 5 PE with updated drivers & Software. The Developers are the most important people we needed for the success of BeOS and later OpenBeOS.
glean is a set of tools to test and compare performance, features, and image quality of OpenGL implementations on one or more graphics cards.
AppRover is a package management system designed to be easily portable and highly flexible in regard to package types supported. It also supports source-based packages and allows for customized building.
Be-messeng-er is a project to provide the best MSN Messenger IM solution for BeOS and its derivatives. We need your help to provide constructive criticism and feature suggestions!
CVS is the Concurrent Versions System, the dominant open-source network-transparent version control system. This project is designed to first create a GUI wrapper for the BeOS version and then next to integrate it into a complete application.
BeDrivers - The place for Drivers for BeOS/Haiku/Zeta.
This project aims to build two device driver. The first one will be an NTFS file system driver for BeOS/Zeta, the second will be a BeFS file system driver for NT systems (WinNT 4, Win2000, WinXP, Win2003). Both drivers will have full read/write support.
The BeOS Instant Messaging Kit project aims to create a BeOS-centric, generic instant messaging servuice for workstations. The system will follow the BeOS kits/servers model, and different IM protocols will be supported through add-ons to the im_server,
BeOS Rapid Integrated Environment (or BRIE for short) is an IDE for rapid development of BeOS / OBOS / Zeta applications. All code is generated in C/C++ using the BeOS API plus a few extensions.
Bme aims to be a fully featured, stand-alone and stable MSN messenger clone for the Zeta/Haiku OS-es.
This will be a clone of Master of Orion 2 (MOO 2), It will have many similarities and differences. Hopefully many of the problems and tedious things will be taken care of. It will not be a complete clone (some new stuff, some removed stuff)
Cortex acts as a graphical frontend to the BeOS Media Roster. If you are a software developer working with media nodes, Cortex provides you with a basic test platform.
Personal time management system for Haiku OS.
Intended to be full-featured organizer. Based on B.Sc. project for Haifa University, Israel.
A project for creating a (currently) single-user Personal Organizer for Haiku OS. The project moved to sourceforge due to possible close of BerliOS.
GameGuts is a collection of low-level services for game development. It is not a game engine; it is a foundation on which to build an engine. A DLL with a C API, targeted at higher-level languages. Includes bindings for .NET, more to come.
The Gremlin Engine allows one to make its own, full featured, graphical RPG-style adventure without a line of code. The adventures may include scripted parts like introduction sequences and animated effects like spells or traps.
Spanish localized version of haiku operating system. The project add a package manager and gnu applications localized in spanish language.
HaikuSCP is a GUI front end for scp but also includes Drag n Drop Filename Support and Multiple Profiles via built-in Profile Manager.
Nirvana is the new approach to produce brand new alternative way to Web Browsing under BeOS/Haiku. Our main goal is bring free, fast browser which is coded in BeOS-native C++ style and utilizes proven codebase, with support for modern technologies like CS
MediaStation - the Media Application FrameWork for openBeOS - MediaStation has a strong focus on making openBeOS the No.1 solution for multimedia professionals - MediaStation builds up a leading development environment based on the MIT license\n