The DITA Open Toolkit is an implementation of the OASIS DITA XML Specification. The Toolkit transforms DITA content into many deliverable formats. See http://dita-ot.sourceforge.net/ for documentation and links to downloads. The source code and issue trackers have been moved to https://github.com/dita-ot/dita-ot
Web-Based Timetable Program for Education Providers
A user friendly web-based timetable program designed for all types of education and training providers to schedule classes, facilities, trainers and split classes into groups. It was designed by an academic professional with over 5 years experience in education timetabling systems and 14 years experience in the education and training sector. It is easy to set up and is really user friendly for everyone. Comes with manuals, training videos and is free to use and install, but not for sale. To see demo in operation, just visit our website and enter username & password admin to login. Coded by: Lianto Lim and Ben Johnson Designed by: Geoff Partridge
Makes all of Java directly available to ooRexx and vice versa.
BSF4Rexx version for ooRexx 4.1.0 and later, exploiting the new ooRexx kernel (e.g. allowing implementation of Java methods in ooRexx, callbacks from Java to ooRexx). [Camouflages Java as the dynamically typed, caseless and easy to use ooRexx.]
Rexx/CURL is a Rexx extension to enable Rexx programmers to control the cURL interface.
This is an addon for the game IL-2 Sturmovik 1946, which adds a fictional version of the F-86 Sabre Jet fighter to this game, the F-86J. The -J has more powerful Orenda Engines and carries Sidewinder missiles as well as other additional ordnance.
This irregular game tries to fuse the MMO world and the simulator's feeling. You control a Lantean city, one of the some in the Pegasus Galaxy or in the Milky Way.Build your own fleet using the three ZPM's and the planet's resources.
onevan is an Open-source projects
Discusses as a new name for BSF4ooRexx, but as of 2011-06-17, not used (maybe sometimes in the future). Please visit the current project at <http://sourceforge.net/projects/bsf4oorexx/> instead.