Pretty Damn Quick (PDQ) analytically solves queueing network models of computer and manufacturing systems, data networks, etc., written in conventional programming languages. Generic or customized reports of predicted performance measures are output.
Cross-platform reimplementation of AMOS BASIC (runtime)
XAMOS is a cross-platform reimplementation of AMOS BASIC based on jAMOS, fully re-written in C++ with SDL libraries. Currently runtime only, however is widely compatible with jAMOS projects.
Parallel Events and Asynchronous tasKing Library. Originally combining multi-threading with an efficient I/O event model, it's now more a lightweight object-oriented framework for event-based applications.
Xynth is a portable embedded windowing system, client/server interface between display hardware (mouse, keyboard, video displays) and the desktop environment that works on many hardware, including embedded devices (handhelds, set-top boxes, etc.). Move project source to github: https://github.com/alperakcan/xynth
Portable Figure Out system properties
pofig - portable shell script for probing base system properties: OS, OS version, kernel version, distro, distro version, architecture. It detects: 19 operating systems, 11 major linux distros, 13 CPU types. See wiki for more information and examples.
The SenSys project is an adaptive abstraction layer to wireless sensor networks featuring light-weight online data analysis and query processing.
Simple, Fast, Advanced... ZintoriOS. Made in Wellington, New Zealand
The libpsync library provides lightweight portable synchronization primitives (thread, mutex, semaphore, etc.) for C/C++ under a non-restrictive license.