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A PHP module that will allow PHP scripts to connect and make calls to enterprise Tuxedo middleware services. Module is implemented directly into PHP external functions (ie: a C compiled shared library called by PHP).
A Python module that will allow Python scripts to connect and make calls to enterprise Tuxedo middleware services. Module is implemented directly into Python external functions (ie: a C compiled shared library called by Python).
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*Unofficial* patch for DALnet's ircd, currently for version 1.4.36. Provides complete IPv6 and IPv4-in-IPv6 support and SSL support.
Email2Fax and Fax2Email gateway for Asterisk, that could be integrated to your own existing Asterisk.
An opensource implementation of JavaSpaces
This is the bluetooth stack built for opensolaris completely in user space - operational only with usb dongles and capable of transferring files with other bluetooth devices ( mobile phones, pda etc ).
A framework of pluggable modules comprising a complete OS and application testing, deployment and management solution. Delivering autonomous systems built upon rigourously tested and documented processes, automating the process from package testing to pr
P2P application protocol framework (RFC3080, RFC3081) for connection-oriented, async request/response messages. Allows multiplexing of message streams over one transport connection. Supports binary and textual messages, TLS, SASL/Anonymous, SASL/OTP.
CM Game Development Kit
CSPN(Cryptanalysis of Substitution-Permutation Networks) is the Crypto(Cryptography) tool that will be used for Linear and differential Cryptanalysis of AES,DES and all the encryption standards that will have the SPN as its skeleton model.
Advanced Software Configuration Management (SCM) for Cadence DFII. Delivers full Perforce capability to Cadence DFII using Best Practices for SCM. Please see http://public.perforce.com/public/perforce/cdsp4/index.html
Clearcut is an open source implementation of the Relaxed Neighbor Joining (RNJ) algorithm, an efficient distance-based phylogenetic reconstruction method.
Complete Audit Report Center (CARC) is a cross-platform interface to help with the audit of servers, files, and applications.
It is often difficult to create or implement a content management system that truly empowers the users. The project provides the information and software to allow you to affectively implement a content management system.
This project provides a web location for CUG members to share code or links to utilities, scripts, or procedures for managing Cray systems.
The DAFS protocol is a new file-access protocol designed to take advantage of emerging RDMA (remote direct memory access) interconnect technologies such as InfiniBand, VI and iWARP. See http://www.dafscollaborative.org/ for detailed DAFS information.
Powerful webdav client tools.
A multi-posix-platform abstraction layer for creating desktop apps
Discussionweb is a free PL/SQL-based discussion forum application that runs on an Oracle 8.1.7 or higher database using the Oracle web PL/SQL toolkit.
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.
The ElHam project is a testing infrastructure to both stress file system calls and check for consistency of stored data. Distributed file systems, like NFS and CIFS, can be tested by the heavy use of locking, allowing multi-protocol testing.
The Email Administration Utility can help a client administrate their own Email accounts via a web interface using PHP and Perl scripting. The client can add, remove or modify accounts on a server that provides an IMAP port to connect to.
CEIM is a im client base on Jabber.