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A cross-platform interpreter for many point-and-click adventure games2,259 weekly downloads
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.9 weekly downloads
Gri is a language for scientific graphics programming. It is script-based, not GUI-based. Some users view it as a sort of LaTeX for scientific graphics. Users who climb a slight learning curve are rewarded with considerable aesthetic power.7 weekly downloads
ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Sponsored Listing
CINAG is an UCI computer chess engine. This is a module which thinks about the game and try to find the best move for each position. Our goal is to create a quite strong opponent by using state of the art AI technics.1 weekly downloads
AfA-Scumm is the 2D adventure engine powering AmberfishArts, a community for enthusiasts of classic adventure games as well as a hub for high-quality fan projects. Coded in C++, AfA-Scumm is both very portable and feature rich.
This is a distributed, hierarchical, networked, replicated and disconnected file system.
EBML, or Extensible Binary Meta-Language, is a simple XML like binary language for describing data in structured style. EBML was originally designed for use in the Matroska project, but the developers saw that EBML was very flexible and extensible.
Excellent macro based library to see program flow, variables, timings, errors, warnings. "Must have" for C/C++ programmers.
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A block game in the style of tetris. Colored blocks are dropped on the grid and the color components of the new block add to (or cancels) components in the existing blocks. Creating a line of 3 or more blocks causes those blocks to be eliminated.
A rewrite of the game engine for Doukoutsu Monogatari (Cave Story) using SDL. The original data files are required to play.
ShareDaemon is a multi-platform filesharing client for eDonkey2000 network. Designed in clean modular setup with separated networking and interface code, ShareDaemon runs on Windows, Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS X platforms.