basE91 is an advanced method for encoding binary data as ASCII characters. It is similar to UUencode or base64, but is more efficient. The overhead produced by basE91 depends on the input data. It amounts at most to 23% and can range down to 14%.
AWK language binding for accessing graphics capabilities of GD
LogCop is a set of turn-key bash/firewall/awk scripts for enhancing an IDS. It monitors system logs and blocks IP addresses based on such criteria as illegal user names from repeated attacks. In production under Linux, FreeBSD, OS X, Solaris.
It's trying to do something again, but better
NeoBSD is a free Unix-like operating system created as a fork of NetBSD. And aims to combine the all best features of other BSD systems. At the beginning will be supported x86 platform. And priority will be: * move from GCC * work on O3 optimization of kernel and highly loaded parts of system; * port Xen dom0 support to other bsd's; * porting various applications to work with SysV IPC rather than Dbus * "new life" for Xorg UMS drivers * slim, not freedesktop.org like desktop
An extended library for C programming providing regex, parsing & more.
The Phorward Foundation Toolkit (libphorward) provides a powerful, extensional set of useful functions for C programmers. It focuses on compiler development-related tasks, but can also be used for general purpose development tasks using the C programming language. It comes with many useful extensions for universal linked lists, hash-tables, dynamic stacks and arrays, extended string management functions and some platform-independent, system-specific helper functions. Based on top of these general purpose functions, the Phorward Foundation Toolkit provides more specializing tools for regular expression handling and parser implementation, focusing on both LL and LR/LALR grammars and parsers.