What I have are server pages with functions calls to PERL scrips. Some Frame work with database access and saves. Right now I use this in production, but need help with packaging.
The projects of Juan MR on the web.
Monkey Bench is a application for live tweaking and debugging of a running application. While Monkey Bench itself mostly acts as a plugin container, it simplifies the process of making custom debug & tweak tools specialized for certain applications.
Plague is a real-time top down “rogue-like” arena shooter pitting humans against the zombie horde, inspired by the games Syndicate, XCOM and gauntlet.
A mod_perl-based RPC API designed for ease of setup, ease of extension, and rapid development. Using Presto, you can develop a robust, fully "web-2.0" web application in a day or two. Oh and it scales. Take that, Ruby on Rails.
Embed C++ in Python source code, dynamically compile and access data
Python module to embed C/C++ code within Python source code and scripts. Automatically compile and dynamically link the code. Transparently allow native access to python data from C code and vice versa. Module provides all the "glue" to dynamically convert data types, arrays and structures.
aplication to create rpg games.
A fast UDP/IP-based data transfer protocol
Saratoga is a fast UDP/IP-based data transfer protocol for hop-by-hop transfers on privately-owned networks. Saratoga was first developed at Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) to download imagery from satellites., and has applications in scientific sensor networks.
This is a side scrolling RPG game project for class.
An awesome Tetris Attack clone built using SFML. To support networked play and new game modes.
This module implements ForumCode, a simple markup language inspired by the likes of BBCode. ForumCode allows end-users (of a web-site) limited access to a set of HTML markup through a HTML-esque syntax.
http://www.trinityreign.com | Cross-platform, open source 3D IMOW (Immersive Multiplayer Online World) using several open source libraries. IRC: #trinityreign on Freenode.
MIDI software to play tones from the "overtone series"
The Twonker is a MIDI Plugin that allows a digital piano (or any MIDI instrument) to play tones from the Overtone Series. It is designed to run within most Digital Audio Workstations as a Synth Plugin on Windows, MacOS, and Linux (although precompiled binaries are not yet available for MacOS). When a length of string (or a column of air) is made to vibrate it produces a pitch. This initial pitch is called the Fundamental. While the string is vibrating at the Fundamental frequency, the string simultaneously vibrates at many other frequencies as well. The pattern of frequencies is always the same and is based on the frequency of the Fundamental itself. The Twonker allows a musician to play overtones in a predictable and flexible manner, using a regular MIDI-based keyboard. In essence, it behaves like twelve different pianos tuned to twelve different Overtone Scales (also called "Just Scales").
Wallenpaupack area unblockable game center applications project *for educational purposes only*
art,concept art, Illustrations, and animation of work by Josh Perkins
Components for bash scripts, autotools, and docbook by Eclipse/Ant
The bash-core-lib provides basic scripts and functions for the startup bootstrap and common usage of bash shell scripts. This comprises core scripts for the canonical representation of basic runtime information e.g a common syntax for the current OS name on various Linux, Unix, and BSD variants, including Cygwin on Windows. Additionally some basic shell functions for the bootstrap of scripts are provided. This includes the pure absolute path name resolution with elimination of symbolic links. Also functions for the search path resolution of libraries and the shell variable extenstion for further calls. This project is targeted as a core shell library and utility collection for developers. Thus an available common shell script collection pool and library set could be shared by multiple projects.
Graphically displays nucmer/mummer mapping results
Displays mummer/nucmer mappings and prints PNG to stdout via the "show-coords -lcdTH" output. The output file is <coords-output>.png. Command line options allow for different features when producing the image. Within the code there are comment blocks which give examples of how to further customize it i.e. grouping based on name similarity, color, etc. This program is aimed at providing full customization within the limits of the Bio-Graphics module. Current version supported is Bio-Graphics-2.25
Ethiopic Indigenous Knowledge Management System
This project is for Managing indigenous Knowledge.
Managing z - systems management of z/VM and Linux on the mainframe
Mz is a set of bash scripts to do systems management of z/VM and Linux on System z (mainframe). A Linux system with the Mz RPM installed is an "Mz server". Other Linux systems under the same z/VM can be managed by this server. These are called "Mz clients", however, there is no special client code needed. The Secure Shell (SSH) is used for communication among Mz servers and clients. Except for sshd, Mz is effectively "agentless". Mz servers store data about all systems in a hierarchy of Linux directories and files. This enables fast access to data and leverages the rich set of tools that manipulate Linux file systems. Mz also provides a simple but powerful Web interface so running a Web server is recommended. There are three main branches of this "Mz tree": (1) Systems - CECs, LPARs, z/VMs, Virtual machines and Linux systems (2) Appliances - images of systems captured in OVF format (3) SSI-clusters - Single system image clusters on z/VM 6.2 and later
Moved to http://pyfilesysobjects.sourceforge.net/
This exists due to a typo only, see : https://sourceforge.net/p/pyfilesysobjects/
Filesystem as Class and Object Hierarchy - Files, Dirs, and Branches
The 'filesysobjects' package provides utilities for the application of basic object oriented features onto filesystems. This includes basic coverage of the 'inspect' package for the simplified gathering of information on packages, modules, and files. Nickname - Yggdrasil https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yggdrasil The component PySourceInfo is now a seperate project, see: http://pysourceinfo.sourceforge.net PyPi: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyfilesysobjects
RTTI for Python Source Files based on inspect
The 'pysourceinfo' package provides basic runtime information on executed sourcefiles based on 'inspect' and additional sources.