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Random Password Generator written in Haskell. It provides easy command-line interface for generating passwords. Options include: number of passwords, random password length, allowed characters.
A portable library for manipulating data disks created with the Roland SP-808 Groove Sampler / E-Mix Studio. A command-based shell ("vs2") to provide a user interface on libvs2. Possibly a graphics interface ("gvs2") as well.
PIM manager back-end with supporting connections between entities and event-driven notification processing
Samudera is an open source Latin-to-Arabic Malay text transliterator.
A pacman game implementation in scala programming language, a functional language with object-oriented concepts, using concurrency by actors.
A fexpr (unevaluating expression) based Lisp dialect.
Seaweed is a library for the functional programming language Haskell. The current focus of this library is on XML, and the internet. The Haskell Web Publisher (http://hwp.sourceforge.net/) is based on Seaweed.
A simple program for comparing data sets with simple algorithms.
Social Gnome is a peer to peer social networking utility designed to mimic and expand on the functionality of the OLPC project sugar system. Included will be file and app transfer, social tools similar to social networking sites.
Soutei is a trust-management system for access control in distributed systems. Soutei policies and credentials are written in a declarative logic-based language. Soutei policies are modular, concise, readable, supporting conditional delegation.
The SpindleCAD is a machine-tool spindle design software. It helps engineers check properties of finished construction and optimize construction with respect to precision and productivity.
Power tools for creating Stunts track maps.
This is the extended euclidean algorithm implemented in haskell. It will put every single step of the algorithm in a file and show the actual result and everything in between.
TerraHS is a software component that enables the development of geographical applications in a functional language, using the data handling capabilities and spatial operations of TerraLib.
Alternative regular expression library for Haskell
The Glasgow Haskell Compiler is a robust, fully-featured, optimising compiler for the Haskell 98 programming language. Please note, we are no longer using the SourceForge bug tracker. Please go to http://cvs.haskell.org/trac/ghc instead.
A Unix desktop environment, using multi-processing as the principle method of program partitioning and built around the everything-is-a-file assumption, with scripting using the programming language Haskell.
A Linux distro for Vietnamese
A Linux distribution based on ArchLinux. The first generation is for Vietnamese and by Vietnamese
A Haskell implementation of the Three Man morris game together with an AI for playing against the Computer. Command line based, needs Haskell interpreter.
The triangle peg puzzle is a well known puzzle with 15 holes in a triangle, and 14 pegs. This project consists of solvers for that puzzle in multiple languages, to try to get a feel for each language.
A set of MediaWiki extensions and other tools developed for the Twelf wiki (http://twelf.plparty.org) that enable a wiki to naturally incorporate logic Twelf in a number of meaningful and useful ways.
This library for the Haskell programming language provides Video4Linux2 (V4L2) frame grabber operation functions. Requires GHC (Glasgow Haskell Compiler) and Linux kernel 2.6 header files.
Vinte e Um é um jogo de cartas onde o jogador deve chegar a uma pontuação menor ou igual a 21 no valor das cartas para ganhar. O usuário joga contra o computador e entra na disputa num ranking contra outros jogadores do mesmo PC.