A national virtual bridge engineering contest for kids of all ages.
**Unfortunately, the Bridge Contest is no longer operational. We hope the code base will be of use to others with similar projects in mind.** A national virtual bridge engineering contest with prizes for middle and high school kids, grades 6 to 12, but anyone can enter for fun. Based on the award-wining Bridge Designer client software, now open source through this project. Web site infrastructure supports worldwide participation in qualifying and semifinal rounds with a tiny administrative staff. The new Rails back end is a RubyMine project. Thanks to JetBrains for this mega development environment!
Music score editor
Canorus is a free cross-platform music score editor. It supports an unlimited number and length of staffs, polyphony, a MIDI playback of notes, chord markings, lyrics, import/export filters to formats like MIDI, MusicXML, ABC Music, MusiXTeX and LilyPond
Indexed file searching for car ecu files | MSSTuner | Testo Log Viewer
This is a little program i made, to support me searching tuning files out of a large database of files. You can select any original chiptuning file and search for similar ones in your tuning file collection. You have to add your directories with files to the program, so they can be indexed and a fast search can be performed. Currently it's developed under Ubuntu Linux and runs also on Windows. On my old Laptop 1.6ghz dual core laptop, it indexed 30gb of files in 15 minutes. If you like this program you can donate a little amount here to help improving it in the future: https://sourceforge.net/p/chipfilebrowser/donate/ Website using same technology: www.tuningdb.info Currently supported ECUs: Bosch ME 7.2 Bosch EDC16CP34 Bosch EDC15 Bosch ME 7.5.5 Bosch M5.2 Bosch EDC16U31-3.1 Siemens MSS52/54/54HP Bosch MED9.1/9.5.10 Bosch EDC16C2/C31/C35 Siemens MS43 Bosch MED17.5.5/17.5.20 (experimental) Siemens MS41 function to delete DTCs on BMW EDC16
Educational Linux Distribution
Main goals: * Prepare operating system based on Linux kernel and free software for use at home from scratch by building sources. Binary packages/images are also available. * Each package is installed in separate directory, so you can use different versions of applications and libraries by design. * There is only one user 'kanapi' with root permissions, so you don't have to login, remember passwords, etc. * Simple configuration * Automatic compilation.
Precompiled (deployable) open source binary files
These precompiled (deployable) open source binary files distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.
IDE for Opscode Chef (and ruby) development
There is no special Opscode Chef IDE during today. Restaurant is a project, which should become such tool. It has chef code highlighting, autocompletion, snippet-based code expansion, built-in support of RVM, bundler, berkshelf, chefspec and test kitchen, which makes Restaurant full-featured Opscode Chef IDE for DevOps
Lists and compares two html bookmark files (as defined by firefox) side by side and notes the similarities and the differences in a colored list through the GUI environment.
Program to generate a program to numerically solve either a single ordinary differential equation or a system of them.It is a Ruby program, now called omnisode, which generates either Ruby, C, C++, Maple or Maxima code. Code can be generated for all languages under Linux. Ruby can be generated under Windows. All can be generated under cygwin, but would need work on execution of Maple. Omnisode itself is Ruby, which is needed in all cases to generate the program.
script to ease managing package upgrades in openSUSE
OpenSUSE package manager zypper lacks a way to see packages' version statuses in brief. It's also not possible to ignore package/RPM versions when checking or choosing packages to upgrade (eg. from version 1.2.3-1.2 to 1.2.4-1.2). With pkg_version-zypper.rb script you can first see a nice list of package statuses and ignore packages' minor versions (eg. from version 1.2.3-1.2 to 1.2.3-1.3) when upgrading your software. In daily usage basis, this enables to avoid re-installing tens and tens of programs for no big reason (usually) and do it only when programs in repository has been updated. NB! It is not an official recommendation to do so as packages have their version number for a reason! I personally have been ignoring RPM versions for years and have not been into any trouble because of that. Usually you'd want to use the script as: sudo ./pkg_version-zypper.rb -f '<' -r -u But you can also take package versions into account: sudo ./pkg_version-zypper.rb -f '<' -r -u -p
Anadolu Panteri, Türkiye'de bireysel ve kurumsal olarak her kesime Linux desteği vermek, sevdirmek amaçlı kurulmuştur.
Dennis J. Darland's Philosophy
Representation of my philosophy (currently limited to philosophy of language) in the languages Prolog or Life. These languages must be acquired separately and Ruby is also needed. However the main purpose is to show how some philosophy problems can be solved. The source code and output are sufficient for that.
Debian based Window Maker distro
A continuation of my Liquid Lemur Window Maker project. This OS is based on Debian. It includes updated versions of all the old Lemur tools as well as some new tools.
A simple long time planning sketching tool for managing tasks of human resources. Rather than trying to automate the planning proccess the goal of this project is to support the task of planning the resource allocations in group sessions.
A mathematical game
OneToFive is a mathematical game written in Ruby with a Qt4 GUI. The goal is to fill in a grid with numbers from 1 to 5 using vertical and horizontal combinations (pair, two pairs, three of a kind, straight, full house, ...) that are given.
Lexico-grammatical/syntactical analyzer of sentences in English
"SayWhat?" is a natural language processing system for spell-checking, lexical, grammatical and syntactical analysis of simple sentences in English. Note that it is just an educational project, not even 50%-complete (there are still many problems to solve), so don't expect too much.
The goal of this project is to provide an add-on to KLayout (www.klayout.de) to create and visualize a realistic cross-section view for VLSI designs supporting a wide range of technology options.
Registers bank RTL code generation
This project aims to give a ruby script in order to generate the RTL code of a custom registers bank.