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A native, dual-bootable ubuntu for the HTC™ HD2 Phone (qsd8250 SoC)6 weekly downloads
Softwares making our work easier1 weekly downloads
An easy to setup and use, system independent FTP server that provides Unix-like file and directory permissions. The server can also be run in both uninteractive and interactive mode (GUI).1 weekly downloads
Shut the Box is a simple diversion written in C and GTK+. The object is simple: Roll the dice and click the tiles that sum up to that dice roll until there are no more tiles to click.1 weekly downloads
This will be a global project to develop the software for the Big Bear DVR that can be programmed from a cell phone.
A Chien2D é voltada ao desenvolvimento de jogos 2D em C/C++, utilizada pelo autor em cursos de programação de jogos. A biblioteca é multiplataforma, rodando em Windows, Linux e Mac OS X.
An applicationserver and a clientframework with an extended generic workflow engine. Workflows can easiliy be defined in a graphical manner and a "lego" principle, small "atoms" can be put together to a complete application. An E/R tool is included
A Macro Scripting Language for MVS and Z/OS Mainframes, Windows, Unix and VSE. This program is an Enhancement or Replacement Language for IBM MVS Mainframes, and many scripting languages on Windows and Linux.
PPFN, it is also a tool to be hidden from any server log, these developers know what they have to do. Do you? If you download this ultimate package you will be able to enjoy the web knowing that you would be safe. So be safe, learn to surf right - PPFN
A Ubuntu distri for the HTC HD2
A scenegraph library for Cairo, with a C api similar to Cairo's. Uses quadtrees and bitmap caching for quick updating and modification of the scene. Support for user-defined events. Supports whatever backends Cairo supports, like Xlib or Windows.