dxirc is a easy-to-use yet capable cross-platform IRC client. Among its notable features are flexible configuration, a fully customizable look independent of system-wide settings, multiple server support with optional automated joining of selected channels, and the ability to connect via SSL.
Release Notes: This update introduces the possibility to change key bindings in the Configuration dialog, and significantly improves the built-in Log Viewer.
chan-sccp-b is an extension of the original chan-sccp implementation for the Asterisk soft-PBX. It lets you hook up a Cisco/SCCP Phone to your Asterisk server using the SCCP protocol, which works a lot better than the SIP firmware on the same phone. It provides full phone functionality instead of just a simple SIP channel provider. It offers functionality like shared lines, hotline functionality, guest login, dynamic speeddials, private line automatic ring-down (PLAR), personal softkey configurations, Dundi support, SCCP extended dialplan functions, manager support, and custom device state buttons.
Release Notes: This release adds integration and merging work, improved video support, and some minor bugfixes.
Chemtool is a GTK+-based 2D chemical structure editor for X11. Drawings can be exported in XFig format for further annotation, or as Postscript files (using xfig's companion program transfig). A set of sample molecular structure drawings is included in the archive.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs exposed by recent gcc toolchains, including a crash on startup on Fedora16 and failure to include translations or to build at all. Filenames with embedded spaces are now supported. A new export mode for the Asymptote package was added.
hex is a Haskell-based reimplementation of TeX. It currently only implements the macro functionality and very basic typesetting with DVI output. Its goal is to implement all of TeX and have a PDF output option.
Release Notes: This release adds support for multiple fonts and \if handling.
jGnash is a personal finance application written in Java. Java 7 is required. jGnash supports several account types, including investment accounts. It has support for split transactions, nested accounts, scheduled transactions, commodities, and currencies. It can import OFX and QIF files, excluding investment accounts and transactions. Data is stored in an XML format so it is easy to manipulate and read the data external to the program. jGnash also has scripting support to add custom reports and functionality.
Release Notes: Budgeting functionality was added, several minor bugs were fixed, and various minor usability improvements were implemented.
0 A.D. (pronounced "zero ey-dee") is a cross-platform real-time strategy (RTS) game of ancient warfare. It's a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of ancient civilizations, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess.
Release Notes: This version debuts the mighty Persian Empire, support for both saving games and reconnecting to multiplayer games, a bartering system, improved AI, and more.
Release Notes: 'restore_password.html' and 'password_restoration_complete.html' pages were added. An error in 'page::auto_markup' was fixed. The 'gui::button_markup', 'core', 'security::data_filtration', 'settings::settings_view', and 'template_manager::base_template' packages were refactored. Other small improvements and bugfixes were made and the documentation was updated.
Scache is a different approach for PHP session data management. It provides a generic key-value data cache to use for transient session data storage. Scache also provides a shared keyspace, shared counters, and simple cache features. Scache's difference to other implementations is a tree-structured keyspace where one can easily operate only on required parts of stored session data and also invalidate groups of stored data by expiring whole subtrees. Despite its name, scache is not a cache. Scache stores all session data inserted until data is deliberately destroyed and so reduces the need to redundantly store the same data somewhere else. Scache consists of a daemon and a PHP extension.
Release Notes: An object oriented class interface was added to the PHP extension. There were minor bugfixes, documentation updates, and build process improvements.
Vendetta Online is a multi-platform 3D space-combat MMO for Windows, Mac, Linux/32 and Linux/64. The game permits players to interact in a vast online galaxy; fighting, trading, and mining their way to success. A "twitch" type real-time combat model makes true player skill the deciding factor instead of character advancement. Massive capital-ship battles shake the foundations of the major nations at war, while others struggle to push back the encroachment of the AI "Hives". A no-strings free trial is available.
Release Notes: Five new PCC missions from Phaserlight, and support for the Sony Tablet P. Bots no longer attack their defend target if the defend target damages itself. Bots that damage their defend target no longer get attacked by other bots with the same defend target. New players are now notified when they fly too far away from the station in the training sector and will be given the option to return to the station. Vendetta Online is now available for many Android phones.
The PDM library aids in inspecting and managing Python programs running as daemons, allowing client programs to connect to the daemon process in order to interact with it in various ways. Primarily, it provides an interactive read-eval-print loop, and a non-interactive programmatic interface not entirely unlike Java's JMX.
Release Notes: Initial release.
NFS-GANESHA is a user-space NFSv2, NFSv3, and NFSv4 server. It runs on Linux, BSD variants, and POSIX-compliant Unixes.
Release Notes: This release adds Lustre FSAL, exporting several Lustre filesystems with the same server instance. A bug was found (during Bake-A-Thon) and fixed in OP4_READDIRPLUS (leading to a missing directory's entries). The directory content cache is now managed as a tree. Formerly used dir_chain were removed. Lock support has been added for FSAL_LUSTRE. For FSAL_LUSTRE, FSAL_XFS, FSAL_FUSELIKE, and FSAL_ZFS, a regression in readdir has been detected and fixed. The export list now supports IP ranges using the CIDR format.
Foswiki is wiki software, supporting the editing of Web pages in an ordinary Web browser by end users. What makes Foswiki special is that it supports the embedding of active and passive macros that enhance the page content (e.g. with global or dynamic information) and allow end-users to build applications that store and process data in a structured manner.
Release Notes: This release adds more than 160 bugfixes and improvements to 1.1.3. Foswiki user-defined macros now support parameters. The updated JQuery 1.7.1 allows new possibilities for smart user interaction for the application developer. An enhanced SpreadSheetPlugin has new functions. Enhancements have been made to how users can format the email messages sent by Foswiki. Support for sending Email (SMTP) over SSL adds support for Gmail and other providers.
Liquid War 6 is an original multiplayer wargame. You have to control an army formed with thousands of pixels that look like liquid, and try and eat your opponent. This is a total rewrite of the (now quite old) Liquid War 5 version. It's still in beta stage, with many imperfections and no network play but it's playable now.
Release Notes: 0.0.12beta introduced a random segfault, and this version hopefully fixes the problem, along with some other minor bugs.
Rho is a small, very powerful console-based POSIX text editor and mini-IDE with Bash/Emacs key bindings. A configuration file allows the user to create macros using not only any internal function but anything available to a shell command. Keyboard macros (Ctl-Alt-A through Z) can be sourced into the editor for each kind of task, the next sourcing overwriting the last. Rho also allows an unlimited number of templates (sh, awk, python, etc.) to be injected into executable buffers which trap stdout and stderr.
Release Notes: Buffer.purge_sbuffers was added to purge all sourced buffers. Sourcing a file of macros and key bindings now frees all prior sourced macros and clears the key bindings. Bind.unbind_key was fixed so that it properly determined whether a key was in use. This fixed certain bind_to_key calls. Bind.new_binding was also fixed, even though it worked fine in what should have been a broken state. Bind.clear_sbinding was added in order to clear the key bindings of unsourced buffers.
Xtract attempts to demonstrate how Wireshark's powerful network traffic analysis capabilities can be combined with the file carving capabilities of programs such as Foremost and NetworkMiner in a manner that is portable and extensible (hence the choice of Perl). Specifically, it offers automated extraction of network stream sessions; visualization of networks via GraphViz; and integration of file carving capability. The scripts are intended as a proof-of-concept for how tedious tasks of reassembling TCP/UDP streams from network capture files and file carving based on these streams can be automated.
Release Notes: Protocol name hashing has been moved to the configuration file xtract.conf. Various issues concerning link diagram generation have been resolved. A basic carver for exe files has been added, but has not been rigorously stress tested, so the authors would appreciate any feedback on it.