Home of the Open Object Rexx Project. ooRexx is the open source version of IBM's Object REXX Interpreter. It is upwardly compatible with classic REXX and will execute classic REXX programs unchanged. The project is managed by the Rexx Language Assoc.
An implementation of the the ANSI Standard REXX Programming Language, available for most operating systems.
Create C structures from USB HID Report Descriptors
This will read a USB Human Interface Device (HID) report descriptor from the specified input file then attempt to decode it and, optionally, create a C language header file from it. It also does some minimal sanity checks to verify that the report descriptor is valid. The input file can be a binary file or a text file (for example, an existing C header file). If it is a text file, it will concatenate all the printable-hex-like text that it finds on each line (until the first non-hex sequence is found) into a single string of hex digits, and then attempt to decode that string. You can feed it an existing C header file and it will decode it as long as you have all the hex strings (e.g. 0x0F, 0x0Fb2) at the beginning of each line. Commas (,) and semicolons (;) are ignored.
Makes all of Java directly available to ooRexx and vice versa.
BSF4Rexx version for ooRexx 4.1.0 and later, exploiting the new ooRexx kernel (e.g. allowing implementation of Java methods in ooRexx, callbacks from Java to ooRexx). [Camouflages Java as the dynamically typed, caseless and easy to use ooRexx.]
Rexx/EEC is a Rexx external function package providing support for the Encryption, Encoding and Compression of data. Equivalent functions exist for Decryption, Decoding and Decompression.
An XML parser written in the REXX programming language. It runs on mainframes (z/OS Rexx) as well as Windows and Linux (Regina or ooRexx). Includes example Rexx programs that use the parser such as: JCL2XML (converts z/OS JCL into an XML format), AUX2SVG (converts a z/OS CICS auxiliary trace file into a visual SVG format), PRETTY (an XML pretty printer), DEVISIO (an example of removing unwanted tags from an SVG file).
The open sourced NetRexx reference implementation
NetRexx is a dialect of the REXX programming language to run on the Java virtual machine. It supports a classic REXX syntax, with no reserved keywords, along with considerable additions to support object-oriented programming in a manner compatible with Java's object model, yet can be used as both a compiled and an interpreted language, with an option of using only data types native to the JVM or the NetRexx runtime package. Originally from IBM, NetRexx is the creation of Mike Cowlishaw, the 'Father of Rexx'. This IBM product has been open sourced in 2011.
Documents Rexx and ooRexx programs
This is a self-contained, multiplatform (Java written) application that analyzes and documents Rexx and ooRexx programs. The generated documentation is hyperlinked HTML and prints nicely (check printing background in your browser). If using ooRexxDoc-comments (like JavaDoc @-tags) the automatic generated documentation can be enhanced considerably to become fully stand-alone.
A Porter stemming or stemmer algorithm coded in ooRexx
This is an ooRexx line-by-line port from Ansi-C to ooRexx of the stemming routine published by Martin Porter 1980. The original source code from Porter has been commented out and emulated by the corresponding (oo)Rexx code as far as possible. This is not an example of good or fast (oo)Rexx programming, it is merely a demonstration of the Porter stemming routine ported to ooRexx, use and modify as necessary. Input to the program is a textfile with words to be stemmed, one per line. Output from the program ends up in the terminal window (standard out) and may be redirected to an output file. Syntax: rexx ooPorter myInputfile.txt > myOutputfile.txt The program only works for stemming English words. The source code is distributed under a free beer license; you are free to use the ooRexx source code as you please and no restrictions whatsoever apply as far as the type of beer is involved.
open source analogue of IBM OS/2 operating system