GNUtrition is free nutrition analysis software written for the GNU operating system. The US Department of Agriculture, Nutrient Database of Standard Reference is used as the source of food nutrient information.
Release Notes: GNUtrition will now periodically check gnu.org and notify you when a new version is available. The USDA data has been updated to the latest version, SR24. The minimum Python version has been increased to version 2.6. GNUtrition is not compatible with Python 3 at this time. GNUtrition now uses the built-in SQLite3 Python module, and the database has been converted to SQLite. Your existing database will be converted automatically. Once that's complete, you no longer need to run a MySQL server for GNUtrition, eliminating a dependency. The new database is stored in ~/.gnutrition.
TOMUSS allows multiple users to edit the same spreadsheet table with their Web browsers. It stores the complete history of the table modification. TOMUSS is intended to be used by teachers to enter ranking and to allow students to see their ranks.
Release Notes: This major release changes the way the users' access rights are defined, making it far more powerful. It is fully compatible with older versions if you have not patched the source code. A utility has been added to find "strange" grades in the table.
lrc (The Linux Resource Compiler) is a system for packing many files into a single file for installation and use in a program as its resources (such as the graphics and sounds used by a game). It consists of a command-line tool, called lrc, for compiling the resources and a library, called liblrc, to extract the resources from a file generated by the compiler.
Release Notes: This release supports pkgconfig and adds a lot of minor fixes.
974 Application Server helps with development of powerful Web applications emphasizing security and clustered load balancing which you can rapidly redistribute on the same cluster to other customers.
Release Notes: This release updates the ecommerce solution and system tools.
pngcrush is an excellent batch-mode compression utility for PNG images. Depending on the application that created the original PNGs, it can improve the file size anywhere from a few percent to 40% or more (completely losslessly). The utility also allows specified PNG chunks (e.g. text comments) to be inserted or deleted, and it can fix incorrect gamma info written by Photoshop 5.0 as well as the erroneous iCCP chunk written by Photoshop 5.5.
Release Notes: A bug in the handling of indexed PNG files was fixed.
Fairmat is a derivative and capital investments modelling tool. It permits you to build a pricing model for many financial projects (or derivative contracts) using a graphical representation blended with a high level algebraic language. It is also possible to use it to evaluate projects and perform real options valuations. The platform can be extended using a plug-in system.
Release Notes: This release focuses on bugfixing and on improving reliability, the plugins system's robustness, and GUI usability. For example, sensitivity and impact analyses can be applied now also to functions. In this case, the functions will be translated by constant amounts. This feature is very handy when it is necessary to perform stress tests on discounting curves or other non-scalar objects. This release also fixes two regressions included in version 1.3.1 which affected Ubuntu and Mac OS X releases.
Liferea (Linux Feed Reader) is a fast, easy-to-use, and easy-to-install GTK/GNOME desktop news aggregator for online news feeds and Web logs. It supports the important syndication formats (Atom, RSS, and OPML). Liferea supports offline reading.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release solving a crash on empty item links, search folder issues, and a workaround to be able to compile with automake 1.12.
WCD is a directory changer for DOS and Unix. Another NCD (Norton Change Directory) clone. This program jumps to a (sub)directory anywhere in the directory-tree. The directory to jump to can be given by only the first characters or an expression with wildcards.
Release Notes: Wildcard expansion has been disabled for all DOS and Windows versions to fix unexpected behaviour. The support for Open Watcom C has been improved. The code has been cleaned up.
Berusky is a logic game that is based on an ancient puzzle named Sokoban. The old idea of moving boxes in a maze has been expanded with new logic items such as explosives, stones, special gates, and so on. In addition, up to five bugs can cooperate and be controlled by the player.
Release Notes: This release includes new player profiles, level maps, and a double-size mode.
The YB.ORM library aims to simplify writing C++ code that has to deal with SQL databases. The goal is to provide a convenient interface like SQLAlchemy (Python) or Hibernate (Java). The library itself is cross-platform and supports a variety of SQL dialects: SQLite3, MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, and Firebird. Integration with Boost, Qt4, and wxWidgets is built-in. In a typical usage scenario, you would describe your database schema and table relationships in a simple XML-based format, generate SQL code to populate database schema with tables, generate C++ classes, add application-specific logic to the classes, and use these classes in cooperation with the Session object to query objects from the database, create new or modify/delete existing objects, or link and unlink objects using relations. Simple serialization to XML is supported along with connection pooling.
Release Notes: This release integrated a native SQLite driver for use in non-Qt builds. It is used in Windows builds by default. Logging in the ORM core was improved. URLs can now be used to specify connections. New --with-test-db-url and --with-yborm-root configure script options and a YBORM_URL environment variable were added. Problems with deletion of objects were fixed. The interfaces of MetaData classes was cleaned up, making the generated code more readable. A new Expression class replaced the old Filter class.
documentr is a Web-based tool for editing and presenting software documentation. It allows you to easily maintain documentation for multiple products and product branches. Edits can easily be copied between branches, with merge conflicts being handled gracefully. It uses Markdown as its markup language, along with some extensions, and has a role-based permission system.
Release Notes: This is the initial public release.
OpenSimulator is a multi-platform, multi-user 3D distributed virtual environment platform. Out of the box, it can be used to simulate virtual environments similar to that of Second Life. These can be used as social virtual worlds or for specific applications such as education, training, and visualization. Access is via the regular Second Life open-source viewer or via third-party clients. There are a number of private and public deployments of OpenSimulator, including OSgrid, which has over 8000 regions hosted by independent individuals and organizations spread over the Internet.
Release Notes: This release included a very large number of bugfixes and general improvements. In particular, teleport reliability between simulators has been improved, Windlight environment settings are persisted, telehubs are supported, llCastRay() has been implemented, and user inventory HTTP capabilities have been fixed.