Combined Sequence Variant Detection
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
The UnifiedSessionsManager recoded based on Python
A market data simulator for price tick data.
This tool provides numerical data set that can be used as market data input for financial applications.
A command line utility for common string functions
What to quickly know the length of a string? Convert to upper or lower case? We introduce... strtools. The command line utility that should be included in all operating systems. A useful wrapper for programming, debugging and scripting.
Langage à Objets, Universel et Programmable
antigift is simple cross-platform, files & folders encryption tool
antigift could be used for encryption files & folders on USB-flash or HDD partition(with ccrypt in background). Works out of box on Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, MacOS X and other on OSes. Do not required installation. Included wipe tool for wiping free space and misskey for recovering partially forgotten key. See documentation at http://sourceforge.net/p/antigift/wiki/Home/ antigift простой и кросс-платформенный инструмент для шифрования файлов и папок(с ccrypt в качестве основы) Подробности см. на страничке с русской документацией http://sourceforge.net/p/antigift/wiki/rus/
Fully automated backups to zfs backup hosts
mdbackup is written in perl and basically goes off and connects to a bunch of remote servers (defined in a file called mdtab) via ssh or a smb mount, rsyncs the data to a location on your local zpool and then snapshots the deepest parent zfs filesystem. Another script renames snaps to preserve them as monthlies or annuals and another script purges the remainder of snaps based on a retention policy defined in that severs configuration file, normally 21 nighties, 12 monthly and 7 annuals. It all runs from cronies. It does lots of nice logging and error checking and has nice health check scripts which can be used to integrate this with nagios. it's reasonably mature and stable, I rewrote if from bash to perl a year ago, but in concept it's been running g for 5 years ago, I started it using solaris express developers edition, zfs v10. I have 4 servers running mdbackup and I manage it all using subversion. As for releasing it into the wild I'm happy do do that, but there are
dhcp-gen is a perl script that was written by me and Trond Erik Dalho to simplify editing dhcpd.conf for adding static ip to computers and equipment on our school. It also made it easier to do manage the network by limiting some computers access to the local network only. Creating closed networks. And it also worked as a database over all our computers and equipment, making it easier to keep track of everything. All information about equipment is stored inside csv files which are comma separated.
DOS Attack Tool
A simple DOS attack tool based on the public resources response time.
QuickMake is a flexible compilation aid, based on the GNU "make" program. It was originally developed for building RAVL (Recognition And Vision Library), but it can be used for compiling any software project, however big or small.
C program to convert CSV files to JSON
Calculations in a text document
Mavscript allows the user to do calculations in a text document. Plain text, LaTeX and OpenOffice Writer files (.odt) are supported. The calculation is done by the algebra system Yacas (default), Jasymca or by the Java interpreter BeanShell.
Hide encrypted messages within binary files.
This open source software benchmarks the queries per second of an Apache Lucene index. It is an Java implementation and uses MultiFieldQueryParser to form a query.
Provides fast lookup for a Subject Based messaging product using a trie. It allows for configurable wildcard characters to replace a single or multiple subject field(s) (A.B.*.D.>). Insertion in to the tree returns a unique handle for subsequent deletion
Instant messenger history converter.
Exostar LDAP Proxy is a specialized LDAP proxy used to look up X.509 encryption certificates for prospective recipients in secure e-mail applications. It can be used to fetch other types of end user certificates, CA certificates and CRLs
Nanotools is a set of Unix style tools and libraries used for helping system's administrators to manage several servers with several operating systems (IBM/Aix, SUN/OS, GNU/Linux). Nanotools is oriented for running in a production environement.
IU Batch Scripts are shell scripts that simplify the process of submitting batch jobs on Unix machines that use the PBS queueing system and on AIX machines that use LoadLeveler.
Simple but effective BASH-script command-line utility to convert an AVI file to DVD files and write these to a DVD in PAL format.
Convert to XML on the fly
xmlfy converts text/UTF based output into XML formatted output using schema files and/or options to control its behaviour. By Arthur Gouros. http://au.linkedin.com/in/arthurgouros
NAEVIUS is a third-party application which attaches directly to the Oracle SGA and continuously monitors database performance.
The DCHK project contains a client implementation of RFC 5144 in C/C++, which can be used to check the availability of domains. It is divided into a C/C++ library, a command line client and a GUI.
ECCE is a text editor designed by Hamish Dewar at Edinburgh University in the 1960's, which is still in daily use. Several historical implementations of ECCE exist in various languages. This implementation in portable C is for modern computers.