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This Google Code project is the reference implementation of the ramm.x specifiaction, see http://sw.joanneum.at/rammx/spec/

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Developing an Kernel Driver for RTL8186 Wireless chip to use attached GPIOs. WLAN AP RTL8186 GPIO Hardware

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This website creates markdown formatted text files. The files are accompanied with css information for decent printouts suitable for small documents. Just like Pages on a Mac prints wonderful documents, this aims to be beautiful but without any tweaking -- just simple markdown so the focus is on content, not formatting. Components (each with their respective liscenses): Markdown Extra SmartyPants with Typography W2 Wiki Control.textarea and Prototype.js FamFamFam Silk Icons Blueprint CSS

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Nitime is a library for time-series analysis of data from neuroscience experiments. It contains a core of numerical algorithms for time-series analysis both in the time and spectral domains, a set of container objects to represent time-series, and auxiliary objects that expose a high level interface to the numerical machinery and make common analysis tasks easy to express with compact and semantically clear code.

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IntroductionGoenCashier is a Simple Cashier / Kasir Java Software RequirementsTo build goencashier, the following programs are needed: Java SE Development Kit version 5 or greater Release Notesruns on any OS platform Using hsqldb for database. Add,delete,edit,select database Print Cashier and Item database Use Image for item data Easy setup and use Tutorials & User GuideGuide to use goencashier Ebook Getting the Source CodeSource code for goencashier releases can be obtained from the downloads page. The latest source code can be obtained from the trunk of goencashier's SVN repository. Compile and Build JAR'sCompile goencashier.java and make a jar of the class files, run: > CreateJar.bat Making Installer just run > goencashier.nsis Bugs FixedEmail me if you found bugs Official Web SiteLook at javageo

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This is a RIA, the aim is to make a game like secondlife on web.

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NESpad/SNESpad: Nintendo Joystick/Game Pad Libraries for ArduinoI wrote this library, called NESpad, for anyone who wants to interface an NES game pad with the Arduino microcontroller. I also made an SNES library (SNESpad), but I haven’t tested it with an actual SNES joystick since I don't own one. Pascal Hahn suggested that I put the library on Google Code, so I've moved it from its old home at http://rahji.com/nespad BackgroundIn a post on my blog, I wrote some stuff about analog and digital joysticks. Over there, I mentioned that most digital joysticks are pretty easy to interface with a microcontroller, but the Nintendo (Famicom in Japan) joysticks add a little bit of complexity. Instead of each pin in the connector mapping to a separate button, the NES and SNES game pads send the state of all of the buttons (that includes Up Down Left Right) serially using its own simple protocol. This library lets you ignore that extra layer and makes it easy to use the original NES/SNES game pads, knockoffs, NES Advantage, Super Advantage, etc. One use of this is to allow your Arduino access to the status of 8 buttons (up, down, left, right, A, B, START, SELECT) using only 3 digital pins (for STROBE/LATCH, CLOCK, DATA). 3 is better than the 8 you’d normally use, right? If you’re interested in connecting multiple game pads, let me know and I’ll change the library to allow this. Right now it only allows you to use one. Some other cool possibilities include an accessory that I found at a flea market, called the Freedom Stick, that uses RF to make any NES joystick wireless. I haven’t tried it yet, but it should work perfectly with this library. Other NES/SNES joysticks have “Turbo” buttons that allow the A and B buttons to rapid-fire when they’re held down. The Advantage and Super Advantage allow you to control the turbo speed, too. Also found on those two controllers is a “Slow” button, which basically strobes the Start button continuously - originally designed to make some games appear to move in slow-motion. All of these things can mean lots of potential for interesting interactions - especially once you hide the fact that it’s a Nintendo joystick. InstallationTo install the library, you just unarchive the NESpad zip file and put the resulting NESpad folder into lib/targets/libraries/ (in your Arduino folder) For more information, you can see the readme.txt file in the NESpad directory. The SNESpad library is installed in the same way. Like I said, though, I haven’t been able to try it with a proper SNES game pad. It should work fine. UsageTo use the library, just go to “Import Library” under the “Sketch” menu. Choose NESpad or SNESpad and it’ll insert the appropriate include line at the top of your sketch. If you decide that this sketch doesn’t need the library anymore, just delete that line. There are examples sketches. Go to the “File | Sketchbook | Examples | NESpad” menu. One turns on a separate LED for each button or joystick direction. The other continuously dumps the status of all of the buttons to the serial port, which you can view in the Arduino serial monitor. Look at the LED example to see how to create a NESpad object, get the state of the joystick using buttons(), and a few ways to check for buttons being pressed. Here’s a quick test of the library that I created - a MIDI controller using an NES Advantage controller as the input device. HardwareThe NES library expects you to wire the game pad as follows. If you need to use different pins, you can now specify the pin numbers in the constructor - see the comments in the examples. NES pin Arduino Pin STROBE/LATCH Digital 2 CLOCK Digital 3 DATA Digital 4 +5V +5V GND GND For SNESpad, the table above is still correct, but the pinout on the game pad’s connector is a little different. Here are the pinouts for each:

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