A file format for exchanging computational models in systems biology
The Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) is an XML-based description language for representing computational models in systems biology. Visit the project web site to learn more.
A multimedia authoring and processing framework and a video playout server for television broadcasting.
This is a C library to check the validity of German and Austrian Bank Account Numbers. All currently defined test methods by Deutsche Bundesbank (Dec 2017: 00 to E4) are implemented. Modules for AWK, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, C#.net and VB.net are included too. The package includes also an IBAN converter to generate (german) IBANs and BICs from account data. All currently defined IBAN rules by Deutsche Bundesbank are implemented (Dec 2017: 57 rules) and tested against independent solutions.
Supports Java/Swing, JavaFX applications for GUI Testing
Marathon runs GUI Testing against Java/Swing and Java/FX applications. Marathon provides an integrated environment for test script creation and execution. Currently, Marathon supports JRuby script models for recording the test scripts.Marathon test runner generates Allure test reports.Marathon allows for grouping of test cases.It also has an option of inserting modules while recording(in MarathonITE while recording). It allows tester to inset checklist while recording and also takes screen capture and annotate it in playing the test cases. Extraction of code into modules and inserting it is very easy using marathon.It has different themes of UI which attracts tester to do work on it. Object mapping is quite simple and configuring is very easy for tester to understand and do the work. Debugging of test scripts is also easy and has script console which takes selenium commands. Slow play of test cases is also available.It allows to create multiple fixtures for different types of tests.
Tokyo Cabinet is the successor of QDBM, a high performance database library similar to the DBM family. It also supports hash and B-tree databases and does not require any server process. The overall speed is improved compared to QDBM.
Hollaka Hollala is a chatbot engine and IRC bot. The chatbot engine uses a knowledge base organized in an XML file and WordNet for dictionary lookup. The IRC Bot has some WordNet- and Web-based functionality and is hot-extensible through Ruby programs.
Hyper Estraier is a full-text search system. It works as with Google, but based on peer-to-peer architecture. Using Hyper Estraier, we can construct a large-scaled search engine with cheap computers.
QDBM is a library of routines for managing a database. It is developed referring to GDBM for the purpose of the following three points: higher processing speed, smaller size of a database file, and simpler API..
a sandbox for trying my engine ideas
A wiki containing bot source code and libraries for mediawiki bot developers.
¡COSA! is a project to create a Common Objects Service API for web development. By using ¡COSA! a programmer will not have to worry about rewriting and rebuilding his WSDL file all the time, worrying only about what really matters: coding business rule
A light-weight, web-based event information tracking application implemented in Java and Ruby. Development is done using Extreme Programming (XP) practices and includes both jUnit & FitNesse testing.
ELite is an object-oriented programming language that combines functional style and imperative style programming. It has features of functional languages such as first-class functions, list-comprehension, pattern-matching, and lazy-evaluation, etc., as w
The Feynman Simulation Framework provides a standard methodology for software engineers to develop simulations in Ruby with the flexibility to develop only the classes that are necessary to solve the physical problem.
Groovy Monkey is a Utility for Eclipse that enables you to create scripts in Groovy, Beanshell, Python or Ruby to run directly in Eclipse. This tool can be used to Eclipse API exploration, automation scripts, and rapid plugin prototyping.
The goals are to: 1. Document the HTTPMail protocol; 2. Provide at least one client implementation of the HTTPMail protocol; and 3. Generally allow access to Hotmail other than through the web interface.
High performance distributed in-memory key/value store
Infinispan is an open source, Java based data grid platform. ***IMPORTANT*** Starting with Infinispan 5.0.0.FINAL, Infinispan releases are no longer hosted in Sourceforge. They can now be located in www.jboss.org/infinispan/downloads
JRuby is the effort to recreate the Ruby interpreter in Java. JRuby is tightly integrated with Java to allow both to script any Java class and to embed the interpreter into any Java application. NOTE: JRuby has moved to Codehaus, visit jruby.codehaus.org
LeapingLemming is a project management, estimating and work tracking tool based on a hierarchical tree of jobs. It extends the project work tree into each user's personally created to-do list allowing early experience of estimating for all project staff
Multi Integrated Nodes Opensource Workflow System is software present on a serverless networked group of PCs that allows an intelligent self-contained object to roam freely to use resources to complete a pre-defined goal.
The Medlane project is an attempt to create a set of tools that will enable librarians to move from the standard MARC (MAchine Readable Cataloging) format to a new library/museum XML format. This move will ensure traditional library/museum data remains
The Negotiated Object Serialization Remote Method Invocation (NOS-RMI) allows clients to call methods on objects that run on a server. It is simpler than CORBA or JavaRMI, but unlike XML-RPC it has a concept of objects.