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"Distributed breve" (distbreve) is an open-source software package to make the process of implementing asynchronous, parallelizable steve code running under the breve simulation environment easily distributable amongst as many compute nodes as possible.
DoubleCommand is a Mac OS X kernel extension that allows you to map keys on your keyboard to the way you want them.
A 32-bit Compiler, Language and Platform independant, Written in C/C++, that only needs a Compiler, Language and Platform reference to compile a source code. It facilites MultiLanguage software writting.
Fraktron is a set of specifications, libraries and applications to facilitate historically correct typesetting of German and other languages in blackletter script using a variety of font formats, encodings, modes and features.
Operation system FreaxOS
Objective-C bindings for GLib.
The goal of this project is to design and implement a distributed groupware application framework based on Internet protocols.
The GNU Underwater Image Editor provides fast access to GIMP filters for batch processing underwater photo's.
This project is an implemenation of a 2d graphics engine for posix complient and the gnosis system.
Gnutopia framework for agent based environment simulation software that can be used for projects as far apart as academic artificial life simulations to game like interfaces.
Graphite is a LGPL implementation of Apple's Carbon API. It aims to be as close as possible to a source-code level portable implemetation. It will be a wrapper around existing APIs to allow fast development, the main one being GNUstep.
Hedgehog, the extreme high performance daemon framework in C for all platform
Helixis is a framework that allows the creation of application software for all types of equipment (PC, Pocket PC, Smartphone, mobile phone, etc..). It is scalable and is ideal for video games and embedded applications in general.
JosiC Object System Interface Compiler is a compiler of a powerful language which support assembly instructions, pointers and object oriented high level programming, using classe-packages, and Intend to be used on Object-Oriented Operating Systems.
LIEL (Language Independent Extension Library) is a language-agnostic library containing solutions to various programming problems and extending the capabilities of existing frameworks and code libraries.
The MacOS X Network Management Extensions (MacNME) project is an effort to extended the MacOS X Client and Server administration capabilities provided by Apple's OpenDirectory system.
A set of VNC servers and viewers which have been stripped down and run only from the commandline. The applications have a consistent, albeit minimal, UI on all platforms. Designed to be used as components in group collaboration products.
Small or experimental software projects developed by Nada Amin
Our mission is to refactor Nethack 3.4.3 into easy to understand Objective-C code, and to add new enhancements.
a window manager with a simple desktop equipment. desktop system will use OpenGL and OpenGlut. main goal of the project is to create fast, simple but use full desktop equipment with standard compliant window manager.
Objective-C bindings for GTK+ library
A collection of useful frameworks for Cocoa/OpenStep/GNUstep developers.
The Open Descent Foundation (ODF) is a community for developers, who want to help to create open source programs, tools, etc. for the famous games Descent1, -2 or -3. Everyone can join the ODF if he accepts the idea of writing open source programs.
OpenDiver aims to become a cross-platform SCUBA dive-log & dive-planning application. OpenDiver focuses on data exchange, import/export from a wide array of Dive Computers and other Dive Software is planned.