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emacsd

My emacs configuration. Works on Windows, GNU/Linux and MacOS X,

nFusion Nova PVR Server

What is this?The open-source, plain & simple no-fluff nFusion PVR recorder for Windows, MacOS, Linux and XBMC. Comments, questions, love letters? email me! Windows version (nfpvrwin)This is the version most of you Windows users will probably be using. Simply download the latest nfpvrwin package. It's as simple as this: Console based version (nfpvr)The console based version runs on Windows, Linux and MacOS. You can either download a pre-compiled binary or compile it yourself. Using the pre-compiled binaries (only Windows for now)This version if for the pro-users who want more control over the server. Download the latest nfpvr binary package (only Windows binaries are provided for now). Extract and run nfpvr. nfpvr 0.0.5, run "nfpvr --help" for help Bound to UDP port 50

pircsrv

pircsrv is a set of IRC services that have been in development since 1998. pircsrv is robust and stable and cross-platform. pircsrv can be run on Linux, !MacOS, Unix and Windows platforms. pircsrv comes with the standard set of services: chanserv nickserv memoserv operserv features include: access control lists simply command interfaces event-driven system (non-blocking) high performance plugable (each service is a plugin) pircsrv is developed by ShortCircuit and runs on the ShortCircuit IRC Network. To see pircsrv in action, visit: irc://irc.shortcircuit.net.au pircsrv: http://trac.shortcircuit.net.au/pircsrv/ shortcircuit: http://shortcircuit.net.au/ shortcircuit irc: http://trac.shortcircuit.net.au/irc/

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koraktor's palantir

Palantír is a MacOS X notification app extendable through plugins,

prcool1

PRCool is a resource editor for Palm executable files (PRCs) that implements all of its functionality in Javascript and XUL, using Mozilla.org's XULRunner runtime environment. So far it is in early Alpha state. It can parse PRC files and display resources and file information, but can't save any changes yet. Changelog .004 -New Code layout -Help menu -Added templates to binary decoder: Hex, Block, Dynamic -Separated path and string constants from code Changelog .003 -Added date Interpreter to display Timestamps (Macintosh Time) in human readable format. -Added binary decoder to display data in mixed literal ('Hello World') and encoded format ('%20') for non displayable characters.

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prcool1

PRCool is a resource editor for Palm executable files (PRCs) that implements all of its functionality in Javascript and XUL, using Mozilla.org's XULRunner runtime environment. So far it is in early Alpha state. It can parse PRC files and display resources and file information, but can't save any changes yet. Changelog .004 -New Code layout -Help menu -Added templates to binary decoder: Hex, Block, Dynamic -Separated path and string constants from code Changelog .003 -Added date Interpreter to display Timestamps (Macintosh Time) in human readable format. -Added binary decoder to display data in mixed literal ('Hello World') and encoded format ('%20') for non displayable characters.

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qapid

Qapid is a download manager which supports Rapidshare ( and other sites will too ) devloped by one person from GameBase Team in Python and Qt4. Application is crossplatform, works on Windows, Mac OS and Linux. It is specially written for MacOS.

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pbs-admb

The R package PBSadmb gives complete R support to the external program AD Model Builder (ADMB, http://admb-project.org/) released into the public domain in 2009. The program offers users a remarkably efficient tool for estimating parameters and their uncertainty, based on complex nonlinear statistical models. In a standard ADMB installation, users would interact with the program via a DOS command shell (in Windows) or a bash shell (in Linux or MacOS X). The package PBSadmb makes it possible to interact entirely from an R console, as a common interface for all operating systems. A single R script can encapsulate commands to ADMB, as well as all analyses that follow. The package includes protocols for writing code to make the integration between R and ADMB almost seamless. PBSadmb also provides a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that facilitates the steps required for a complete ADMB analysis. Both new and experienced users can use the GUI for tutorial and educational purposes. You can obtain PBSadmb from the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN, http://cran.r-project.org/). Always use the current version of PBSadmb with the most recent version of PBSmodelling, another package available from CRAN. This web site, hosted by Google Code, features the PBSadmb User's Guide (PBSadmb-UG.pdf, also included with the package), as well as the current version of PBSadmb, which may be slightly more recent than that available on CRAN. PBSadmb represents just one of a series of R packages developed at the Pacific Biological Station (PBS, http://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/sci/pbs/). For futher information about the series, see http://code.google.com/p/pbs-software/.

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ujudge

ujudgeWill be a one-stop solution for all your contesting and training needs (in the area of programming contests). StatusThe system is working now, but does not yet have fancy packaging to ease installation. Please write me for installation instructions. Existing: nearly all administrative tasks are accessible via Web UI contest evaluation in ACM and IOI modes online contest management: news, problem statements, questions and answers, rating solution invocation on Windows (?rather?, but not totally, secure) parallel testing on several computers Problems: some really vital things are missing (e.g., user account management) to investigate a trouble one has to use MySQL console Planned: Web 2.0-style UI for all administrative tasks and an online contest arena Support for all major platforms (Windows, MacOS, Linux, FreeBSD) Friendly installation or no-install mode (Windows and MacOS at least) with all prerequisites bundled Plugin system for extending the system in well-defined extension points All features one would expect from a modern contest evaluation system ParticipatingPlease join the discussion group, read the blog and comment in the bug tracker. If you want to help with the development, you are highly welcome. SourceYou can get sources from a Mercurial repository at http://hg.tarantsov.com/andreyvit/ujudge-unstable/, the Subversion repo is no longer used.

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takenote

Please see the KeepNote website for the latest version of this program. AboutTakeNote is a note taking application that works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS X. With TakeNote, you can store your class notes, TODO lists, research notes, journal entries, paper outlines, etc in a simple notebook hierarchy with rich-text formatting, images, and more. Using full-text search, you can retrieve any note for later reference. TakeNote is designed to be cross-platform (implemented in Python and PyGTK) and stores your notes in simple and easy to manipulate file formats (HTML and XML). Archiving and transferring your notes is as easy as zipping or copying a folder. See the official website for more details: http://rasm.ods.org/takenote DownloadFor the latest releases see the download page. DocumentationFor documentation see the online manual. Features Rich-text formatting Bullet point lists Colored font Inline images Hierarchical organization for notes Full-text search Integrated screenshot Integrated backup and restore Spell checking (via gtkspell) Auto-saving Built-in backup and restore (archive to zip files) Cross-platform (Linux, Windows, MacOS X)

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scarlet-irc

scarlet is an implentation of the de-facto IRC standard (i.e. IRC server that has more than the barebones features). It's considered the next generation of IRC, in that it offers an object-oriented interface, with integrated "services" and standard features, without compromising compatibility. It is built for the .NET framework, and has been successfully tested on Win32, Win64, linux, and MacOS X so far.

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scarlet-irc

scarlet is an implentation of the de-facto IRC standard (i.e. IRC server that has more than the barebones features). It's considered the next generation of IRC, in that it offers an object-oriented interface, with integrated "services" and standard features, without compromising compatibility. It is built for the .NET framework, and has been successfully tested on Win32, Win64, linux, and MacOS X so far.

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ghost4mac

ghost4mac is a project that aims at providing users of Mac OS with an easy to use, elegant way of running the Warcraft III game hosting bot GHost++ called Genie. Genie goes beyond providing a simple GUI for a commandline utility. It is a self-contained, Cocoa-based Mac application that tries to provide the userfriendlyness one would expect from it. It automatically stays up to date by using the excellent Sparkle framework. For generation of battle.net logon hashes, Genie uses an AppEngine servlet written in Java (ported from C++ bncsutil). It's sourcecode is currently not available for download, but we will send it out on request. Genie is in need of a good application icon!If you are an artist (I am certainly not) and want to help out, let us know!

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MacSSH

SSH2 client for MacOS before X, based on BetterTelnet, lsh and GUSI.,

SoulFreek

SoulFreek is a cross-platform open source client for the SoulSeek P2P filesharing network. It was started to serve the need for a Soulseek client that runs on UNIX/Linux and MacOS X. Windows 9x/NT/XP is also supported.

qtnetworkmonitor

Project homepage:http://reachme.web.googlepages.com/qtnetworkmonitor (Contains the binairies and project documentation, this google code page is only the code repository.) Short description:This is a KISS network monitor (shows how much bandwidth you are taking on a daily basis) that I wrote after being frustrated to find no good open-source BM that works under both windows and linux. I built this since I am sometimes under strict restriction of bandwidth (university campus for example). The frustrating thing about this program (comes from using pcap lib) is that WinPcap has to be installed in windows in order to work and it needs to be run as root in Unix. The project works under both Windows and Linux. -Should- work under MacOS but I can't be sure (I don't own a Mac). I am developing this project by myself but if you want to contribute feel free to ask me to join the project.

breezee

The breezee project is yet another swing based framework for desktop applications. The main ideas are : - Provide macox like user interface - Ease desktop applications development

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midibang

MidiBang arises in the openLab, Nov. 27 2007. During these days, i'm working with Arduino to make a simple MIDI trigger for a midi drum. But there is no way for a MIDI program to understand the serial data coming from the USB, so we need an application which takes the serial data, and pass it to an ALSA virtual MIDI device, so other programs can be controlled with our trigger pads :) I've decided to use Juce for user interface, since it comes with some ALSA support. And well, to be honest, i'm in love with the user interface look and feel. Moreover, it's said to be very well programmed, and seems to be an easy development library. MIDI related code it's simplified with Juce, since it comes with methods to handle that. It will run on GNU/Linux systems, though it should be quite easy to port it to windows or mac. In short: since Arduino board comes with a FTDI chip, the ftdi driver creates a serial device when Arduino is plugged-in, and this device is called /dev/ttyUSB0 in my Debian Lenny. So i decided to use a serial library to handle the data from the serial port, and reached libserial (quite old, but i'm not even a newbie in C++, and this one is simple and easy to understand for me). This is my "Hello World" with C++ and GNU/Linux (after some playing with Visual C++ and Dev-C++). Oh, at the end, but the most important, this project is heavily based upon a similar one developed for MacOS. This inspiring application is called Ardrumo, and you can find it in http://code.google.com/p/ardrumo/

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dvdmicro

dvdmicro is a tiny university project which is in itself not that usefull, however it demonstrates how to use a few powerful technologies, like object oriented Javascript, XUL, the XulRunner environment. Feel free to use it or (more likely) learn how to code your own.

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Distributed Streaming Flash Game Client

A self-guiding Adobe/Macromedia Flash front-end with a 100% Java-based XML parsing gateway that combines the look and functionality of a streaming game client with a background processing system for handling distributed data packages. The distributed game client and its processing system will allow cross-system porting, thus able to run on Windows, Linux, Solaris and MacOS X operating systems.

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