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A Common Lisp to Ardunio C++ cross compiler.
We wish to develop a distribuated computing environment similar to seti@home. The project also aims at which various algorithms for various scientific computing projects and accordingly manipulates/alters the server /client side of the program.
Attempt of a portable cross-language object-oriented benchmark . So far supporting C++, Objective-C, and Java. Support for Smalltalk, CLOS, CSharp, and Eiffel is in development.
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Web-based IT Organizer: Hardware & Software Inventory, Alerting, Remote Desktop, Help Desk
(Almost) all a scholar in the Humanities needs (polytonic Greek fonts, stylistic and metrical analysis tools, search engines on TLG and PHI) concentrated in only one Linux Live CD, ready to use everywhere at home or at University, without installation
OS based on Agent based Security with a new type of split kernel and agents platform.
Set of tools and libs for managing structured data in a very flexible way: Imp./Exp. ASCII, XML, SQL, PS, Tex/LaTex, RTF GUI: X-Windows, MS-Windows Interface to C++, DBs, Perl, PHP, Java, TCP/IP LISP-like interpreter written in C++ using C-LIB