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Open Source Solid Modeling CAD1,511 weekly downloads
A simple command to convert calendar dates to julian dates. Quite useful in timing situations where you need elapsed time between dates. Also useful for astronomy applications.23 weekly downloads
Cbench is intended as a relatively straightforward toolbox of tests, benchmarks, applications, utilities, and framework to hold them together with the goal to facilitate scalable testing, benchmarking, and analysis of a Linux parallel compute cluster.3 weekly downloads
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Assorted projects. General-purpose libraries for Python, C++, Scala, bash, and others. Meta-programming tools. System utilities. UI components. Web APIs. Configuration files. Benchmarks. Programming competition entries. And much more.1 weekly downloads
Control Plane is a benchmark for telecom application environments. It's implementation uses two major software packages: OpenSER and IMS Bench SIPp to compare performance of distinct systems.
Project aims to simplify Linux kernel analysis and development. Primary audience to the result of project will be (under)graduate students attending "Operating system" courses. It is our intention to make advances with every generation of students.
Goal: To develop an open source test suite and certification program which will reliably ensure the proper functionality of hardware running Open Source operating systems (currently Linux and FreeBSD). See http://www.open-hardware.org for details.
Base Slackware Virtual Image
Easy to use server monitor that alerts people if something goes wrong
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.
a performance measurement framework and sample tools
xswifs stands for: cross SoftWare Interfaces. This project provide examples (snippets) for interfacing various software tools and languages with various mechanism. It has been created to help in HW/SW co-simulation and to provide benchmarks.