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A whole-program optimizing Standard ML compiler37 weekly downloads
ClamSAP exists of two 'C' shared libraries which link between ClamAV and the Virus Scan Interface (VSI) of SAP (offical name: NW-VSI). A SAP application can use the ClamAV engine to scan for malicious uploads in HTTP uploads for example.9 weekly downloads
Full featured AJAX web based reporting system. Written in Java / JSP. Web based reports are dynamically generated from JDBC result sets. Connects to any JDBC compliant database, most drivers already included. The Apache Derby database is embeded.2 weekly downloads
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OpenPoplog is a multi-language, incrementally-compiled virtual machine-based development environment with its own extensive teaching and support material, supporting the languages Pop-11, Prolog, Common Lisp and ML on Unix, VMS, Linux and Windows.1 weekly downloads
Perfect Java Workflow Engine for BPM Applications1 weekly downloads
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A program to draw (and save the results to files) a diagramm that shows the execution time of a programm, which does some floating point calculations, in dependency of the number of used threads. It saves the result as a gnuplot file and a CSV file.
ViewPerf is an industry standard OpenGL graphics benchmark application. It reads in a data set and displays the result. The data object is manipulated (rotated, translated, etc...) and the output (frames/sec) is recorded.
x2vt used to be a standalone program, designed to be smaller than rxvt. But rxvt's development branch is actually better and more portable than x2vt, so I'm submitting patches to rxvt instead of competing with it.