Dlib is a C++ toolkit containing machine learning algorithms and tools for creating complex software in C++ to solve real world problems.
client and server HTTP(S) library for Boost C++ developers
The motivation of pion is not to build yet another web server or web application framework, but to help provide basic HTTP(S) functionality to new or existing C++ applications. If you're working on a Boost C++ application and would just like to use HTTP to provide a simple user interface or interact with run-time data, then pion might be for you.
The C-Bus Module is used to provide a C-code API between a Clipsal C-Bus PCI interface, and an application program. Application programs can be on small embedded micros with no OS and only a few K of RAM, thru to Windows & Linux.
BIL++ is a set of standalone C++ packages for data processing in Bioinformatics (Graph mining, Bayesian networks, Genetic algorithm, Discretization, Gene expression data analysis, Hypothesis testing).
Allows to transparently encrypt repository contents with AES 256. The main advantage is that no additional software needed to be installed in untrusted location. Files are automatically encrypted on the fly when doing git push from trusted location.
A thin graphical wrapper for freeware avrdude programmer. Primarly intended for integration into Code::Blocks (and practicaly any IDEs).
Qt based advanced game scene editor for Ogre3d
Set of STL-compatible ICU-based locale facets.
Set of STL-compatible ICU-based facets for localization and internationalization of C++ programs.
A C/D/Java style programming language with built in support for concurrent programming (microthreads, actor model). It is implemented as a LLVM front end to allow for native X86 high performance code generation.
RTSP SDK provides a set of classes that implements RTSP protocol. They are fully compliant to RFC2326 and can be used for both client and server applications.
Library of generic, k-d tree multi-dimensional containers
Spatial is a generic header-only C++ library providing multi-dimensional in-memory containers, iterators and functionals. Spatial is a general purpose library with good overall performance thanks to its self-balancing k-d tree containers. Spatial makes it easy to search for nearest neighbors, orthogonal ranges, or perform ordering of objects in any number of dimensions. Spatial's design borrows heavily from the STL, and strives to follow it's elegant interface; therefore Spatial's containers, iterators and functionals integrate well with the STL. Additionally, Spatial's self-balancing kd-tree based containers, capable of object insertion and removal in fractional amortized time, prevent worst-case computational time on most operations. The latest release brings bug fixes and wide array of performance improvement across several algorithms. Nearest neighbor search, in particular, has been improved significantly.
Implementation of algorithm from paper 'Numerical Approximation of Option Premia in Displaced-Lognormal Heston Models' by A Dickinson. For code: click link under 'Develop' & checkout via svn or click link under Browse Code->SVN & download tarball
ESI Tools is a set of tools to help maintain the Enumerations for Simulation Interoperability document set, SISO-REF-010, as published by the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO)
Roxy is a multithreaded http proxy server.
SRT subtitle's timeline modifier
It's just a tiny toy. My listening in English is bad. So I need subtitiles. But some .srt files' timeline is not so accurate. Then I wrote a piece of code to modify .srt's timeline.
Modern C++ libraries.
c++ verbose tracing
Tracing library for algorithm-reach applications. Focused on producing readable verbose logs.
Entry system for competitions for Orienteering club managed from web. It's easy to manage entry for O-competitions, print entries for competitors, manage pays and more functionality. Other part provided reading of SportIdent control stations.
A fast bot for chess.com
This project aims to provide a fast chess bot able to recognize moves and respond to them via use of an external UCI-engine, such as - preferrably - Rybka 2.9. Check out a live demo here: https://vimeo.com/128428976