Real-time audio synthesis engine and music programming language
N.B. SuperCollider is now hosted at GitHub, and the most recent versions can be downloaded from there. http://supercollider.github.io A real time audio synthesis engine, and an object-oriented programming language specialised for music. SuperCollider was created in 1996 by James McCartney, now (since version 3) released as free software.
A three-in-one lehra machine for the student of hindustani (northern indian) music. Plays lehras (cyclical melody), thekas (rythmic base) and tampura (drone instrument) all at the same time. Runs on desktop PCs as well as PDAs.
A tool supporting effective use of CVS for Smalltalk projects
Trike is a platform-independent tool for systematic, computer-assisted threat modeling, from requirements through deployment.
Susie (Scripting Using a Smalltalk Interpreter Engine) is an attempt to provide a light weight scripting engine using Smalltalk as the language. it is based on Public Domain SmallTalk (PDST).
Ignite is used to optimize the distribution of a given group of files whithin the smallest possible number medias (of any kind). Ignite is highly configurable and has a lot of options (using user-defined commands to burn the medias is only one of them).
Squeak is an open, highly-portable Smalltalk-80 implementation, it runs on almost every operating system, and in bare hardware. What we gonna do with SqueakNOS is getting rid of the OS under Squeak, and we'll implement all the functionality in Smalltalk
DoME (Domain Modeling Environment) is a project intended to provide a platform and language neutral modeling environment. This generalized framework provides a means to implement a generic modeling type. See http://www.htc.honeywell.com/dome
isectd is a middleware daemon that provides many-to-many client-to-server connectivity. Supports multiplexing requests to multiple server processes over IP networks.
MinneStore is a free, object-oriented database that is written entirely in Smalltalk and provides storage and retrieval of complex Smalltalk objects.
Talks2 is a full Smalltalk and Development Environment which runs on top of the Java Virtual Machine. It comes with a ClassBrowser, Workspace, Transcript and all the things you know from a Smalltalk Development Environment.
A J2SE 5.0-aware collections library modelled after the Smalltalk collections protocol.
Squeak is an open, highly-portable Smalltalk-80 implementation providing platform-independent 2d and 3d graphics, sound, and network access. Active development of Squeak is going on elsewhere than SourceForge now, meet us at squeak.org.
Multimedia asset management and manipulator for Étoilé
3SUM aims to provide a powerful 2 to 3D programmable environment that allow editing several kind of contents and linking the relationships among Objective-C type. 3SUM sits on the top of AP3 framework which consit of 3D screen graph Objective-C API, C++ geometry math classes, basic mesh implementations, raster compositor and thread managements. AP3 also have a few foundation classes for data manipulation purpose, such as AAObject root which allows tagging object with selector-keyed arbitrarily typed bytes, or AAChunk, an equal-entry array which allows managing two or more binary streams as a single multi-field stream, or striding one stream into some, and some other partitioning abstractions. AP3 also provides a GUI system for NSOperation management, to provide the concurrency as much as everywhere-possible.
Abora is a hypertext system supporting fine-grained links, transclusions and user link filtering. It is inspired by Ted Nelsons Xanadu and Udanax-Gold by XOC.
This project provides a model that represents measures as first class objects, that is, an object that encapsulates a number with its unit. Measures are polimorphic with numbers, intervals and magnitudes.
The Aragon Add-Ons are frameworks and enhancements to the VisualWorks Smalltalk development environment, intended for use in own application development, as well as in deployed applications.
BLCU Fall 2011 Smalltalk Instructional Material Project.
Bistro is a new programming language that integrates the best features of Smalltalk and Java. Bistro is a variation of Smalltalk that runs on top of any Java virtual machine (VM) that conforms to Sun's Java specifications.
A framework that adds make-like capabilities to the VisualWorks Smalltalk development environment. It can be used to build up Smalltalk memory image files, to run your tests, to package them and so on.
BottomFeeder is an RSS Feed and OCS FeedList reader/viewer. The viewer is implemented in Smalltalk, and is cross platform - supporting Windows, Macintosh, intel Linux, and most Unix implementations (AIX, SGI, Alpha Unix, Solaris, HPUX 10 and HPUX 11)
Brainbot is a general purpose robotics research platform, with an onboard PC. Brainbot's development was funded by the Brain Engineering Lab, the Neukom Institute, and HUV, Inc.
CalmoSoft Project for Vista Smalltalk: http://files.calmosoft.webnode.hu/200000016-e8e2ce9dd1/CalmoSoft_Project_20130830.zip
A test suite that tests for conformance to the ANSI standard for Smalltalk.
Cassowary is an incremental constraint solving toolkit that efficiently solves systems of linear equalities and inequalities. Constraints may be either requirements or preferences. Re-solving the system happens rapidly, supporting UI applications.