Open Source Solid Modeling CAD
BRL-CAD is a powerful cross-platform constructive solid geometry solid modeling system that includes an interactive geometry editor, ray-tracing for rendering & geometric analyses, network distributed framebuffer support, image & signal-processing tools.
Cross-platform real-time strategy game (3D)
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PLEASE NOTE: Downloads and repositories have moved to GitHub at http://github.com/megaglest _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MegaGlest is a free real-time strategy (RTS) game. It's fun to play in both single and multi-player modes (same or cross platform on LAN or Internet) and has lots of game content for endless playing. It forked from (no longer maintained) RTS classic Glest in 2010 and has since added several new features while improving on previously existing ones. MegaGlest is available for Linux, Windows, OS X and other systems. It also drives ot
PHP-Nuke Evolution is an entirely free CMS under licence GPL, it makes it possible to carry out a site to measure in a few moments
Wide central management operaiting system.
Wide Central Management Operaiting System. Platform independent system. This system is strictly towards any size of business where everything is included. Accounting - Costs of everything. Whole system with easy to use of everything. Engineering - from Project to full product with everything.. From scratch to full product to the customer. Development / Research etc. Production - Time, cost , etstimated cost vers real costs. How much the real costs to produce etc.etc. Sales - Accounts who, where, what been sold at what price etc etc. E t c. e t c
i hope the depend system can solve some dependent relations,like soft on linux/unix. may be it's deeper than soft ,like function in a program and so on. hope it's a standard rule.