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Colonize the New World.798 weekly downloads
FCKeditor (retired)213 weekly downloads
SpellTime is a program to help kids (or adults) learn their spelling. It allows for the creation of word lists which can be added to student names. Words recorded to wav format files are played back to the student. Students can practise or take tests.3 weekly downloads
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Generates Java Classes, .NET Classes or XML from SQL Statements contained within an XML configuration file. DbFoil also supports connection pooling and database transactions.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
3rd-party layout managers supporting modules for NetBeans.
Java version of Stellarium.
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