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Xdvi is a program for displaying DVI files on the X window system. Xdvik is a variant with hyperlink support and other additions, deployed e.g. in the TeX Live distribution.25 weekly downloads
The Rossum Project is an attempt to collect and distribute robotics software. We are seeking help with our first project, a mobile-robot simulator featuring a 2-D virtual world, and new work including artificial intelligence and robot-control logic.30 weekly downloads
The project is about porting selected (open source) music-, and audio software to latest compilers and platforms...22 weekly downloads
PyQt music player (works on Linux and Windows)4 weekly downloads
LuaCheia is a full-blown, enhanced version of the Lua interpreter.7 weekly downloads
Simple and flexible GNU/Linux distribution4 weekly downloads
The development environment with the abstraction layer1 weekly downloads
Lixoo is a extensible, fast and small 2D point'n'click adventure game engine. It features the engine itself and an IDE that let you create full-featured games just by writing the essential code of the game.1 weekly downloads
Simple installations of Cygwin1 weekly downloads
It's a flexible software bundle and framework for face recognition, which enables users to log into computer automatically, perform face detection, recognition and tracking, and perform experiments. Other applications can be built on top of it.
You are a Knight, hack , slash , stab and build your way through the game. Use arrow keys to move click on people to talk or double click to kill.
This project has evolved into four main components: J2EE utilities; Austin, a Groovy Game Scripting Library for JME; Script formatter for screenwriters; and the core library utilities.
Library to use the Gnome libraries from Lua, incl. GLib, GTK and others. Currently about 9000 functions and 1900 structures are supported, even though the tested part is rather small. The code is here in the GIT repository. NOTICE: This project is not maintained anymore. A better alternative is the GIR based lgi project, see this link: https://github.com/pavouk/lgi/
traylib is a implementation of the Free Desktop System Tray Protocol Specification on the client side. It supports all Windows Managers and Desktop Environments, which support the Protocol on the server side, this includes KDE, Gnome, ICEWM and XFCE.
To work on a dhcpd.conf that everyone can use for multiple different dhcp servers on one system and for different reasons.