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The Model Operations Processing System (MOPS) has been designed to assist operations on model railroads. It has the look and feel of mainframe systems that would have been in used in the late 20th century.3 weekly downloads
Major looseless compression algorithms library and documentation. First project: Arithmetic, Huffman, LZ77, LZ78, LZW, RLE. Second project reimplements Deflate. Documentation explains major Entropy Compression Methods.5 weekly downloads
LANmgmt is solution for more consistent, effective and automated network management. Multi-segment / multi-VLAN / multi-gateway / multi-IDS stackable switched ethernetworks are supported. Automatic configuration & inspecting of the ethernetwork.
It is a minimaly multiplayer role-playing game that tries to reproduce an actual Pen&Paper game, through massive use of dialog between players and a game master. The main universe is loosely based on an french MP3 adventure, "Le donjon de Naheulbeuk".
OpenLubbs - Light Usable Bulletin Board System. An Open Source version of the original text BBS used at Lancaster University, UK. The goal is to improve the code and make it web based. The project is not affiliated or endorsed by Lancaster University.
DoxyChange is an extension of Doxygen which provides a mechanism to display changes in SVG/HTML/UML format between two revisions of a given software system.
This is a jpeg2ascii converter that does not use the aalib which make it small, fast, and lightweight enough to be included for use as a viewer in the latest code for the popular and near ubiquitous lesspipe.sh utility.
This project is a sudoku solver written in Java and with a graphical interface Swing