Portable software for USB, portable, and cloud drives
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Components to make it easy to use the Scintilla Project (Syntax highlightning editor control) with Delphi/C++ Builder, define your own languages including styles/keywords etc. which are based on the (50+) lexers in SciLexer.Dll. Autocomplete etc.
OMS is used for sequencing events on a timeline, allowing control of software and hardware for music, video, and demoscene productions. It is fairly similar to trackers, which are music editors, famous for their use in games and demoscene productions.
PsycleII is now known as the Open Media Studio. The new sf.net project name is oms.
RealSlim is a software project that integrates the Slim Devices Squeezebox MP3 Player with the Listen.com Rhapsody music subscription service. It allows legitimate customers of both products to use them together.
Spicebird is an open-source email and collaboration suite based on the Mozilla platform. It provides integrated e-mail, contacts, calendaring and instant messaging. It can connect to any SMTP/IMAP email server, CalDav Calendar server and Jabber serve
Eases the browsing, and local updating, of materials from the VCL (Vixen Controlled Library http://us.vclart.net/ ).
The purpose of the project is to develop a programming language whose semantics is based on a minimal, imperative mathematical machine.