Portable software for cloud, local, and portable USB drives
PortableApps.com is the world's most popular portable software solution allowing you to take your favorite Windows software with you. It works on any cloud drive folder (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc), on any portable storage device (USB flash drive, memory card, portable hard drive, etc), or from your local hard drive. With millions of users all over the world and a full collection of open source software (as well as freeware and commercial software), PortableApps is the most complete solution for life on the go. PortableApps.com was founded by John T. Haller, whose Portable Firefox started the portable software trend. We've been making software portable since March 2004. Today, our team stands at nearly 100 developers, translators, application packagers, designers, and release testers. Our goal is to centralize the knowledge and development of portable software efforts and build a single, open platform that any software or hardware developer can use.
The open source projects that ship with Synology NAS.
Open source projects that are included with Synology DiskStation/RackStation series. The license used by these projects are different. Please refer to the LICENSE / COPYING / COPYRIGHT file inside each project or any announcement in source code.
The portable software collection
winPenPack is a project that aims at collecting the most frequently used and most popular open source applications made portable, so that they can be executed without installation from any USB Flash Drive or Hard Disk. The winPenPack suites offer a wide range of portable applications like office tools, internet tools, multimedia tools, development tools, security applications and other frequently used utilities. Everything you need, completely free, open source and portable!
Portable version of the Chromium web browser
Chromium Portable is a portable version of the Chromium web browser, packaged in the PortableApps.com Format, so you can run it from an iPod, USB flash drive, portable hard drive, CD or any other portable media.
A multi-platform software synthesiser emulating (somewhat inaccurately) pre-GM MIDI devices such as the Roland MT-32, CM-32L, CM-64 and LAPC-I. In no way endorsed by or affiliated with Roland Corp. Source hosted at: http://www.github.com/munt/
Syllable Desktop is a complete operating system that is easy to use, powerful, lightweight and extraordinarily fast and responsive. It has its own kernel, filesystem, GUI and applications. Syllable Server is a matching small and efficient Linux server.
Guv'nor Portable Workspace aims to bring many of your favourite applications in a 'portable' format, so you can use them anytime, anywhere... directly running from a USB removable device.
Here you'll find several Open Source Software ported/compiled for AmigaOS (and compatible systems). This project was created with the aim to give support to the ppl who don't have the time/compiler to do it for itself since most stuff compiles OOTB
The aim of this project is to provide and maintain MinGW (Minimalist GNU-Win32, http://www.mingw.org) cross-compiler packages for Linux
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.
Plugins for Girder (http://promixis.com/products.php?section=girder).
Polish man pages
Projekt ma na celu zapewnienie aktualności polskich tłumaczeń stron podręcznika systemowego. Angielski materiał źródłowy pochodzi z Debiana Sid. Pierwotne tłumaczenia zaczerpnęliśmy z Projektu Tłumaczeń Manuali (*1998-†2006), Będziemy wdzięczni za każdy, nawet drobny wkład. Przyjmiemy zgłoszenia błędów, poprawki stylistyczne lub pomoc w tłumaczeniu. Kontakt: email@example.com. Dodatkowe informacje: https://sourceforge.net/p/manpages-pl/wiki/ Strony podręcznika systemowego online: • https://manpages.debian.org/unstable/manpages-pl Pakiety: • Arch: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/man-pages-pl/ • Debian: http://packages.debian.org/manpages-pl • Fedora: https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/man-pages-pl • Gentoo: https://packages.gentoo.org/packages/app-i18n/man-pages-pl • Ubuntu: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/manpages-pl
Campus Project is an Open Source middleware that allows web-based heterogeneous tools (Java, PHP and others) to be integrated and interact with an also heterogeneous Learning Management Systems (LMS) like Moodle and Sakai.
A URL shorterner for ASP.NET / C# that works in the same way as TinyURL and bit.ly. Implemented as a ASPX page (for redirecting shortened URLs to their destination) and a Web Service (to be used as an API for creating / retrieving shortened URLs).
IMPORTANT NOTE: This project has moved to Github: https://github.com/pkozelka/libxml2-pas Pascal units accessing the popular XML API from Daniel Veillard ( http://www.xmlsoft.org ). This should be usable at least from Kylix and Delphi, but hopefully also from other Pascal compilers (like freepascal).
MinGW GCC cross development environment for ARM.
This is a Windows command line based cross development environment for ARM built from the latest stable release of GCC (currently 5.2.0) and includes global loop optimization support. Also included are Gnu make and gdb along with the necessary MinGW dlls to make it all work. Unzip the archive to the location of your choice, include the top level "bin" directory in your path and start developing.
All In One - Portable OpenKM development environment
OpenKM Portable development environment comes with all in one configured tools. Tools: * Eclipse 32 bits * Java 32 and 64 bits * MySQL 5 * MySQL Workbench * Ireport * Process explorer * Junction * TcpView * mTail * Tesseract * Openoffice * Geany * Jbpm 3.3.1.GA * Firefox 24 with GWT dev plugin ( for debug ) Code: * Latest OpenKM checkout code from repository * Report examples * Crontab examples * Workflow course
MinGW GCC cross development environment for Power PC.
This is a Windows command line based cross development environment for Power PC built from the latest stable release of GCC (currently 5.2.0) and includes global loop optimization support. Also included are Gnu make and gdb along with the necessary MinGW dlls to make it all work. Unzip the archive to the location of your choice, include the top level "bin" directory in your path and start developing.
Catch the coo coo is a simple game made by Soundless Inc. where you click the clown and get 10 points.Each time it is clicked, it gets faster.
Open-source code for LTE datacard / modem
This site publishes open-source code used in the LTE datacard / modem. The LTE data card is a Mini PCIe card used in 4G-capable Xoom tablets. Very similar LTE hardware is integrated within Droid Bionic and Droid RAZR phones, and a common software development line was used for all of these LTE modem modules.
WikyBlog is a CMS/Groupware application written in PHP/MySQL that fuses collaborative editing features of wikis with user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. MediaWiki derived wiki syntax, AJAX enhanced, UTF8 and extendable (google maps).
Simple and flexible GNU/Linux distribution
Draco is an independently developed GNU/Linux distribution for i486 compatible computers, with focus on simplicity and flexibility. Draco has an distinct separation between the base system and third-party (provided by pkgsrc), the advantage of this approach is that the base system will work without third-party; And third-party applications are completely isolated from the base system, unable to break your system.
Math.NET aims to provide a self contained clean framework for symbolic mathematical (Computer Algebra System) and numerical/scientific computations, including a parser and support for linear algebra, complex differential analysis, system solving and more
MinGW GCC cross development environment for M68K.
This is a Windows command line based cross development environment for the M68K family of processors built from the latest stable release of GCC (currently 5.2.0) and includes global loop optimization support. Also included are Gnu make and gdb along with the necessary MinGW dlls to make it all work. Unzip the archive to the location of your choice, include the top level "bin" directory in your path and start developing.