libivykis is a thin wrapper over various OS'es implementation of I/O readiness notification facilities (such as poll(2), kqueue(2)) and is mainly intended for writing portable high-performance network servers.
A multi-posix-platform abstraction layer for creating desktop apps
Detroit is a multi-posix-platform abstraction layer for creating portable desktop applications. Detroit offers simple widgets, even more simpler menu system and extensible DSL language in the core.
The project is to develop an application for the general management of virtual networks with Dynamips, VirtualBox, PixEmulator, UML, Zebra, etc.
a CLI generator and and SW library
CLIck allows you to create flat or hierarchical CLI (command line interfaces) in an extremely easy and quick way, supporting very popular features like history with command recalling, context-based auto-completion, tab-based command list, automatic command-line help, special characters, automatic structure builder, and much more. CLIck is written in ANSI C and tested on C and C++ applications on several architectures. It doesn't depend on any external library and uses only a very small subset of POSIX APIs. Despite the project name, you won't need your mouse at all!
A redefined framework with new approach and methodology for unit test
CloudTest is a redefined unit testing approach and methodology, which can make your testing jobs become much more easy and efficient. It is a pure java lightweight framework integrated test cases management, test data management, assert management, automation regression, performance monitor and test report in one.
Web-based subversion manager
Codepot is a web-based subversion repository manager. It incorporates the subversion revision control system and wiki-based documentation, and supports authentication via LDAP or DBMS. If you opt for the simplest, you can manage multiple subversion repositories independent of each other. Going beyond it, you can track issues, write documents, and upload release files. See it live at http://code.abiyo.net
Extended C Library
Why Is libxc needed? There doesn't exist a library for ANSI C99 for common data containers, such as vectors, trees, etc. There also also doesn't exist a library for common functionality, such as error reporting/logging, string functions, configuration management (reading config files), etc... The programmer working in C doesn't have anything analogous to the Boost C++ library. The extended C library is intended to make some headway into providing this functionality. To ensure unrestricted usage the libxc project is provided under the very permissive BSD license. If you need a different license then please send me a request (lelanthran at gmail) and I'll do my best to satisfy your request. What's completed? As of writing, the following libraries have been written and tested: 1. Memory accounting/tracking 2. String operations 3. Vectors 4. Trees 5. Dictionary arrays 6. Configuration management See the wiki page for more information
Simple and Lightweight CMS Framework
GeniXCMS is a PHP Based Content Management System and Framework (CMSF). It's a simple and lightweight of CMSF. Very suitable for Intermediate PHP developer to Advanced Developer. Some manual configurations are needed to make this application to work. If You don't have a programming skills, please don't bother to download this. It will harm You anyway.
The Wizard Desktop is a set of simple applications that maintain a common user experience along with a simple window manager. The underlying framework will allow a single-user multiple network connected computers paradigm. Communications between the framework and applications are standardized, programs can be swapped out at will. Please visit the OpenHub site.
Data Type Definition System
DTDS is a system of definition of data types for unification of information exchange with use of different Samond Classes Library functions and for generation of source texts based on the completed data type definition
The open sourced NetRexx reference implementation
NetRexx is a dialect of the REXX programming language to run on the Java virtual machine. It supports a classic REXX syntax, with no reserved keywords, along with considerable additions to support object-oriented programming in a manner compatible with Java's object model, yet can be used as both a compiled and an interpreted language, with an option of using only data types native to the JVM or the NetRexx runtime package. Originally from IBM, NetRexx is the creation of Mike Cowlishaw, the 'Father of Rexx'. This IBM product has been open sourced in 2011.
Portable Figure Out system properties
pofig - portable shell script for probing base system properties: OS, OS version, kernel version, distro, distro version, architecture. It detects: 19 operating systems, 11 major linux distros, 13 CPU types. See wiki for more information and examples.
scl is Objective C library for macOS, iOS and GNUstep with custom set of ObjC classes and extentions of standard CF, Cocoa and Cocoa Toch classes, such as NSString
autotools-idl is a patch for automake and some autoconf scripts that adds support for IDL and C++ ORBs. It provides full support for compiling IDL files to C++ stubs and skeletons. The autoconf scripts provide unified detection of different C++ ORBs.
Command validation tool
cmdok checks that specified commands are OK. If command is OK than it exists in PATH and can be run. It is a simple, small and portable Bash script. It is useful in software packages that want to check that some commands exist before trying to run them. See wiki for more information and examples.
C/C++ system probe, test and automation toolkit
cstem is a portable toolkit for probing and testing C/C++ system. It consist of 4 scripts: cprobe, cltest, cppdef, mkdep. cstem scripts can be used standalone or as part of software build systems. All scripts are portable and have no dependencies. See wiki for more information and examples.
gnhast - Garbled's NetBSD Home Automation Scripting Tools
gnhast - Garbled's NetBSD Home Automation Scripting Tools A collection of daemons that work together to build an event-based home automation system. The core set of daemons is written in C, however, any event (such as a light being turned on) can be handled by an external script or program. These programs can be written in any language, and the central daemon handles all the intercommunication. It is designed to be easily extensible for new device types and protocols. The core system is BSD Licensed (3-clause), however scripts or additional data collectors may be written under any acceptable lic. While the primary development environment for this is NetBSD, it can be used on other UNIX variants, such as Linux, or other BSD's.
Open Source Software
Open Source Software by Adrian Immanuel Kieß.
newLISP for BSDs, LINUX, MacOS X, SunOS and Win32: small, fast 350+ functions, a -C-, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, ODBC, TCP/IP, UDP, XML, Java interface, string processing, regular expressions , math, financial, statistical functions, Win32 DLL