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An XML socket server meant for use with Flash applications requiring a persistent socket connection. The server is easily extended for use in a variety of application scenarios, from chat, to multi-player gaming, to real-time data feeds.1 weekly downloads
Stop Spam - Fight back! Protect your own email address ard/or generate lists of fake email adresses for easy distribution on websites, weblogs or in newsgroups. This way we will pollute the spammers email-databases with a lot of trash...1 weekly downloads
FusionCharts Free is a flash charting component for web applications, desktop applications and presentations. It livens up your boring data by converting it to animated and interactive charts.57 weekly downloads
OpenGL Image Processing LIBrary6 weekly downloads
GMUD is a MUD client written in QT, available for OS X, GNU/Linux and Windows. It is currently a young project but in a (I think usable) stage.34 weekly downloads
An open-source WebKit-based web browser. Please fork it on Github if you are interested in contributing. http://github.com/secondplanet/galacticsquid (The github repo is updated more frequently)1 weekly downloads
Galileo is an open source photo-realistic 3D renderer. Galileo is being developed in an effort to provide an efficient, state of the art, monte carlo renderer for use in research and artistic endeavors.
Simple and Lightweight CMS Framework1 weekly downloads
Geometry tools provides some methods/algorithms of computational geometry in an easy to use and easy to read C library.
Easy to use GlobalPlatform tool (and a Java library)1 weekly downloads
Glutmaster is a set of platform-independent classes that wrap GLUT in a C++ object model.
Bundle Adjustment Graph Visualisation1 weekly downloads
Greasekelly adds Greasemonkey-like user scripting for all WebKit applications.
Remote repository and documentation for user.js engine12 weekly downloads
Greasemonkey Port for the SeaMonkey Browser65 weekly downloads
Guaco is an attempt at a new software programming paradigm for Mac OS X and Cocoa.
GyVe (GalaxY ViEwer) is a visualization program for understanding the distribution of galaxies and clusters of galaxies.1 weekly downloads
Macintosh application for uploading and downloading software and files to the new USB-based HP calculators, such as the HP49G+.9 weekly downloads
httpdbg is an HTTP proxy server which is single-threaded and prints every HTTP request and response to a log file as well as to stdout. It effectively single-threads your browser, which can help in debugging race conditions.1 weekly downloads
This is a project to model out different option scenarios using Java and price them accordingly. The hope is to take this practice out of wall street's hands and allow everyone to price and run sensitivity analysis without paying an analyst.
All information from hardware sensors on your Mac1,351 weekly downloads
Harmonize is a Ruby library that allows you to write pure-Ruby code to access the Sync Services API in Mac OS X (10.4+) without getting into the nitty-gritty of RubyCocoa.
HavokMUD - Havok is a text base MUD written entirely in C. Havok has followed the diku family tree (Diku, Silly, Dale) to become a very modified and unique MUD . Our goal is to create a stable, fun filled, newbie friendly environment. telnet:\\havok.beirdo.ca port:69691 weekly downloads
[ In process of completing project for distribution. Nothing here but screenshots so far. Hope to have it ready by August 1, 2014. ] I created the Help Give Thanks Research Project Solutions to allow anyone to test and benefit from Walter Freeman’s brain research, Daniel Gilbert’s happiness research, and the research of Jacob Bronowski, Jason Brown, James Burke, Paul Cisek, Stanley Greenspan, Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, Benjamin Libet, Lawrence Lessig, Robert Lustig, Leonard Mlodinow, Jeffrey Schwartz, Stuart Shanker, Edward Tufte, Willem Vanderburg, Margaret Visser, Paul Watzlawick, and many, many, many, others! Learn more about these amazing people, why your are equally amazing, and more about the Help Give Thanks Research Project at the link below. Cheers! David Matson NOTE: To see screenshots full size, right click on them (in Firefox) and select 'view image' from the popup menu that appears.1 weekly downloads