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  • License This HTML5 Speed Test for Your ISP or Network License This HTML5 Speed Test for Your ISP or Network Icon
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    Are you an ISP or network administrator looking for a reliable, accurate, & affordable HTML5 speed test that works on all devices?

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  • MinGW - Minimalist GNU for Windows

    A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)

    MinGW: A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), with freely distributable import libraries and header files for building native Windows applications; includes extensions to the MSVC runtime to support C99 functionality. All of MinGW's software will execute on the 64bit Windows platforms.

  • Husky

    husky is a bunch of os-independent software for fidonet. It consitsts of tosser hpt, fileechoprocessor htick, message editor msged TE, libraries fidoconfig, smapi etc. Russian documentation may be found in Wiki http://sf.net/apps/mediawiki/husky/

  • pascal-p5

    5th version of the Pascal-P compiler

    This is the 5th version of the Pascal-P compiler from Zurich. This is the Pascal-P4 compiler modified to be ISO 7185 Pascal compilant, both in the the implementation language, and in the language it processes. Pascal-P was an implementation kit, created between 1972 and 1974, for the original language Pascal. The source for the original compiler was passed around and modified quite a bit, but Niklaus Wirth noted that it was very popular, and represented a good method to popularize the language. He gathered the source into a clean version called Pascal-P2, which was the basis of UCSD Pascal, which in turn was the base language for Borland Pascal. The Zurich group then created an improved version called Pascal-P4. You can find all of the Pascal-P versions here in sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-p2/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalp4/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalp5/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-p6/

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  • pascal p5c

    fast, portable Pascal compiler using gnu c as intermediate code

    p5c is a fast portable iso standard pascal compiler. It is derived from the pascal p5 compiler and creates gnu c code instead of p-code. This makes it very fast since it uses gcc to generate native code. p5c is multi platform - it is easy to get up and running since you only need gcc to start. Using gcc enables extra tools like a static analyser and code coverage analyser It extends p5 by adding arbitrary set limits and conformant arrays. The project also contains p5x - pascal with extensions to the standard pascal language (underscores allowed in identifiers, otherwise in case statement, constant expressions, etc)

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    MPGPatcher

    MPGPatcher is a command line tool to change video basics (resolution/size, framerate, aspect ratio, bitrate) in mpg-video files. Patches the video headers only, does no reencoding.

    Downloads: 2 This Week Last Update: See Project
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  • pascal-p2

    2nd version of the Pascal-P compiler

    This was the 2nd version of the Pascal-P compiler created by Niklaus Wirth's group at ETH Zurich, termed Pascal-P2. This was the original portable compiler for Pascal. Niklaus Wirth led an effort to gather and reconcile the different sources for the Pascal-P compiler in existence, which were collectively referred to as Pascal-P1.These were then published as part of a porting kit for the compiler. Pascal-P2 is a "Running history project". It is a historical record, but still runs on modern computers. It was used as the basis for several compilers, including UCSD Pascal. Pascal-P2 exists mainly for historical reference. It was improved at ETH Zurich to become Pascal-P4, and brought to full ISO 7185 standard status as Pascal-P5. You can find all of the Pascal-P versions here in sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-p2/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalp4/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalp5/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-p6/

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    open source analogue of IBM OS/2 operating system

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