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Criminal minds revealed and played. Criminal acts in all sorts of places with great animation and daily updated by Developer Fontella Moneet Farrar.
DRINKS is a set of smart web-based widgets.
Very Powerfull Crossplatform Qt Based Music Note Editor[Still Planing]
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Play Any Game From Anywhere, written for any Console or Machine, From your Computer at work or from your Internet Ready Game Console or Computer at home.
yaSSL, or yet another SSL, is an embedded ssl library for programmers building security functionality into their applications and devices. yaSSL is highly portable, and runs on standard as well as embedded platforms(QNX, ThreadX, VxWorks, Tron) yaSSL is still available but no longer being developed. Current development on the same project continues under wolfSSL. Visit yaSSL Home above for the latest stable release.