A music tracker software for Windows.
NOTE: This is a legacy sourceforge project. Please download the software from https://openmpt.org/ instead. The official code repository can now be found at https://source.openmpt.org/browse/openmpt/ OpenMPT is a Windows-based audio application used to produce music. The application was initially a private project developed by Olivier Lapicque and is a popular 'tracker' used by many musicians. OpenMPT is available as both a 32-bit and 64-bit application. For more information and downloads, see https://openmpt.org/ libopenmpt, a cross-platform module playback library, is based on the OpenMPT project. Up-to-date libopenmpt downloads and documentation can be found at https://lib.openmpt.org/
Up to date MUD client evolved from the original MudMaster
Next generation MudMaster GUI. Win32 GUI MUD client with triggers, aliases, scripting, and DLL plugins for extra features such as displaying chat and other in game channels in a separate window. Now supports a multi-line, variable width status bar and multiple interacting windows. User customized script buttons in the status bar let you add mouse click functionality. Has web interactivity via the /showMeViaWeb command. Mudmaster 2k6 also can be run on Linux under WINE. Questions? Ask them in our Sourceforge Forums ( https://sourceforge.net/p/mm2k6/discussion/ ) More at http://mm2k6.sourceforge.net/mm2k6/
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Cross-platform reimplementation of AMOS BASIC (runtime)
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Basic PostgreSQL client applications for Windows. It includes native win32 SQL terminal and backup tools, psql and pg_dump with gzip, for execution of SQL scripts and access to PostgreSQL servers remotely by administrators and end users.