Simple Fuzzer is a very simple fuzzer. It is reminiscent of easy-fuzz from 2004, written by priest of the priestmasters. His layout for building a fuzzy test was a "script" file with a preamble, setting some basic state and variables followed by the "meat and potatoes" tests. This approach was borrowed for Simple Fuzzer.
Release Notes: Block-based fuzzing has been added, and is still implemented in a simple fashion. A number of memory corruption bugs in the string replacement engine have been resolved. A basic browser-fuzzer is included in this release. The start of a fuzzing oracle to monitor program health is included. While it is not close to the design of the final version, it should be functional to save off crashes.
myarray is a simple little library that implements arbitrarily-sized homogeneous arrays, meaning that they can only store one type of element each. This type is specified by the programmer whenever an array is created. It was made to resemble GLib's GArray, so its usage should be similar.
Release Notes: Memory usage and overall performance have been improved.
TinyButStrong is a template class for PHP that allows you to generate XML/HTML pages and any other files based on text source. The engine gives facilities to work with any databases, including in native PDO, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, PHP arrays, and more. It is possible to design templates using any visual editor (like Dreamweaver or FrontPage), and thus to make templates that are compatible with W3C standards for example. It features simple block management, useful display formats, conditional displaying for blocks and locators, remote XML/HTML attribute modification, a cache system, and the ability to include sub-templates and execute associated scripts. Plug-ins are supported since version 3.0.
Release Notes: This release adds ten new features, four enhancements, and three bugfixes. The major new features are: the ability to define the scope of automatic fields (onload, onshow, var), new methods SetOption() and GetOption() which enable you to define options one by one or in one shot with a full array of options, an "include_path" option for templates and sub-templates, the ability to define aliases of blocks, and a new operator for formating text (lower case, upper case, etc.).
The Flight Gear Flight Simulator project is a free, open-source, multi-platform, cooperative flight sim development project. Source code for the entire project is available and licensed under the GPL. The Flight Gear project is working to create a sophisticated flight simulator framework for the development and pursuit of interesting flight simulator ideas. We are developing a good basic sim that can be expanded and improved upon by anyone interested in contributing.
Release Notes: This release improves interaction with airfield layouts for "manual" and AI traffic, uses more realistic cloud rendering, gives the launcher a nicer look and more features, makes CMake the official build system, gives a nicer visual appearance to ground features, and adds a lot of bugfixes and general improvements.
pgnotifyd connects to a PostgreSQL database, listening for the named asynchronous notification. When notification is received, it executes the given command. It can work as a drop-in replacement for polling a PostgreSQL database for changes (e.g., using crontab(5)), and is typically a cleaner and more efficient alternative.
Release Notes: This release adds additional logging to syslog and includes an updated manual which explains some common uses.
Infinity PFM is a personal finance manager with support for budgets, OFX/QIF/QFX import, color reports, and charts. Both a Web client and desktop client are available.
Release Notes: This is the GA release for 0.5.0. It adds a new report called Income VS Expense (which shows a line chart of income compared with expenses), supports the digital currency Bitcoin, and changes language support to use gnu-gettext.
svn2cvsgraph is a utility that allows CvsGraph to be used to generate revision graphs for Subversion repositories.
Release Notes: This release adds no longer allows CVS HEAD to be placed on a tag on the main trunk. This is a bugfix to avoid hidden versions above the head on the main trunk.
kpcli (KeePass CLI) is a command line interface (interactive shell) to work with KeePass database files. It was inspired by the author's use of the Ked Password Manager's "kedpm -c" option combined with a need to migrate to KeePass.
Release Notes: This release adds a bugfix to the cl command, resolving SourceForge bug number 3496544.
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 fixing proxies, feed updates, data parsing, and a drag-and-drop problem. All users should upgrade.
The Legend of Edgar is a 2D platform game with a persistent world. When Edgar's father fails to return home after venturing out one dark and stormy night, Edgar fears the worst: he has been captured by the evil sorcerer who lives in a fortress beyond the forbidden swamp. In The Legend of Edgar, you take on the role of Edgar as he ventures across the world, battling fearsome creatures and solving puzzles while trying to find and rescue his father.
Release Notes: This release adds French, Czech, Simplified Chinese, and Russian translations, updates the Fortress Outskirts map, makes the data and save files architecture independent, fixes a problem with objects falling through pressure plates, fixes a crash when entering the Sewer after returning from the Wasteland, makes the Ant Lion in the Forbidden Swamp harder to simply walk past, and fixes a problem with Red Grubs getting stuck in some walls after bouncing off them. Attacking the Black Book's version of the Golem after it has been defeated no longer causes a crash.
rJSmin is a fast reimplemenation of jsmin.c by Douglas Crockford. Although it's written in Python, nearly all logic happens inside the regular expression engine: rJSmin is actually a single regex substitution call.
Release Notes: This release no longer collapses "+ ++" and "- --" sequences.
kmod is a set of tools to handle common tasks with Linux kernel modules like insert, remove, list, check properties, resolve dependencies, and aliases. It replaces module-init-tools.
Release Notes: This release resolves infinite loops with softdeps and user configurations with install commands.
ExpressionJ is a Java library for interpreting simple numeric expressions, which may be used in all applications that have to combine numeric values but do not want to use full-blown scripting languages.
Release Notes: This release fixes expressions like a*(-2) which were not parsed correctly and improves results for ExpressionExporter with expressions like +a (which are now exported as "a" rather than "+a") and expressions like a*(b) (which are now exported as "a * b" rather than "a * (b)").