Popular easy-to-use and secure password manager
Password Safe is a password database utility. Users can keep their passwords securely encrypted on their computers. A single Safe Combination unlocks them all.
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.
Programming a Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 with Python - The Easy Way
The PS-Drone-API is a full featured SDK, written in and for Python, for Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0. It was designed to be easy to learn, but it offers the full set of the possibilities of the AR.Drone 2.0, including Sensor-Data (aka NavData), Configuration and full Video-support. The video function is not restricted to mere viewing, it is also possible to analyze video images data using OpenCV2. Obviously, the PS-Drone is perfect for teaching purposes; however, even the requirements for professional purposes can be satisfied. PS-Drone comes with a tutorial, explaining its most important commands and the drone's most important sensor values. The examples are easy to understand for people with little programming experience. A full list of commands and a description of all sensor data is available in a detailed documentation. It took several months to create PS-Drone, so it would be nice to get some donations for further development (e.g. Parrot's Bebop) and as a appreciation.
GMOD is a set of interoperable open source software components for visualizing, annotating, and managing biological data. See http://gmod.org for more.
Monitor or control the progress of data through a pipe
PV ("Pipe Viewer") is a tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipeline. It can be inserted into any normal pipeline between two processes to give a visual indication of how quickly data is passing through, how long it has taken, how near to completion it is, and an estimate of how long it will be until completion.
Conquest is a Unix/C port of a real-time, multi-player space warfare game that was originally written in RATFOR for the VAX/VMS platform by Jef Poskanzer and Craig Leres. It supports both curses and OpenGL interfaces. Sound is supported as well.
A Perl based interpreter for a language which is a blend of Forth and APL. The power of lang5 stems from its arrays operations in conjunction with the underlying Forth programming paradigm of bottom up programming.
Modular JSON by trees and branches, pointers and patches
The 'jsondata' package provides for the modular in-memory processing of JSON data by trees, branches, pointers, and patches. Current version supports JSON/RFC7951, JSONPointer/RFC6901, and parts of JSONPatch/RFC6902. The syntax primitives of underlying layers are provided by the imported packages 'json' and 'jsonschema' in conformance to related ECMA and RFC standards and proposals. The data is represented by in-memory tree structures with dynamically added and/or removed branches. The data could be validated by JSON schemas, and stored for later reuse.
BCPL was designed by Martin Richards at Cambridge University (1966)
Here you will find a collection of BCPL tools I've gathered from the net, cleaned up and ported to the Atari ST. This involved fixing bugs, reducing stack usage and making the code compile in 16bit via Pure C (Turbo C for the Atari ST). Source credits include: Martin Richards - BCPL Kit http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mr10/ Robert Nordier (Translated interp to C) http://www.nordier.com/ Serge Vakulenko (Translated cg/syn/trn to C) https://github.com/sergev/b I'm sure there are other names, but those are the ones on the source files. The code now compiles clean for the Atari ST, so it should work for anything else.
The Kinetic Simulation Algorithm Ontology (KiSAO: http://co.mbine.org/standards/kisao) covers the most important algorithms and methods used to simulate and analyse biological models and their inter-relationships through their characteristics and parameters.
Visualization and analysis of functional modules in biochem. networks
MonaLisa uses Petri net representation to model and analyse biochemical networks. Here, all reactions of a pathway are modeled by their metabolites and reactions. These are represetend by different kind of vertices, metabolites as circles and reactions as rectangles. The Petri net formalism offers a rich variety of mathematical anaylisis aproaches to check the model for structual faults or to identify biological modules. Furthermore, MonaLisa can visualize the computed results, so that a quick visual inspection is possible. This will help especially for handeling big models.
PyUnit and PyDev extensions for arbitrary Executables
The package 'epyunit' provides extensions for PyUnit and PyDev. * Extensions for PyUnit - Unittests for arbitrary executables. * Extensions for PyDev - Automation of search and load of pydevd.py The extensions are applicable from commandline and/or within Eclipse. Online manuals: - https://pythonhosted.org/epyunit/ PyPi repository: - https://pypi.python.org/pypi/epyunit Current application examples are: - bash-core - http://bash-core.sourceforge.net Nickname - Dromi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dromi
RTTI for Python Source Files based on inspect
The 'pysourceinfo' package provides basic runtime information on executed sourcefiles based on 'inspect' and additional sources.