The Standard Portable Library (SPL) is a smart pointer based, cross platform application framework. It is intended to be used instead of STL, and has an API that should be familiar to .NET and Java programmers. It includes basic types such as Date and DateTime, runtime pointer debugging, collection templates, file I/O, networking, database access, threading, and XML parsing.
Release Notes: This release improves the string hash function, changes hash functions to unsigned, makes String::Split() return an empty vector if there's an empty string, adds the spl namespace to all classes (clients must use "using namespace spl;"), fixes an infinite loop in Vector::RemoveElementAt(0) when there's only one element in the Vector, fixes a segfault in Environment::UserName in Linux auto-logon, removes inappropriate use of a volatile keyword, changes the sync primitive for Thread::Join from Mutex to Event, and adds Environment::FreeMemory().
PDFCube is an OpenGL PDF viewer that adds a compiz/Keynote-like spinning cube effect to your PDF presentations (including beamer and prosper ones). As a bonus, you can zoom on 5 predefined areas of any presentation page with a smooth zooming effect.
Release Notes: Transitions are now read from the PDF (use the "boxin" transition in the PDF file to program the transitions in advance). When no file is given on the commandline, a file opening dialog is shown.
W3Perl is a free logfile analyzer. It can read Web/FTP/Squid/CUPS/DHCP/SSH or mail logfiles. It allows most statistical data to be ouput with graphical and textual information. An administration interface is available to manage the package.
Release Notes: The list of printed files is now available for each printer. "Session" shows the number of days between visits. A new homepage for session reports has a nicer display. The "Session" script has been updated.
jOOX stands for Java Object Oriented XML. It is a simple wrapper for the org.w3c.dom package to allow for fluent XML document creation and manipulation where DOM is required but too verbose. jOOX only wraps the underlying document and can be used to enhance DOM, not as an alternative. It is inspired by jOOQ and jQuery.
Release Notes: This minor release adds a couple of new, useful methods to Match.
optrandr checks the current X outputs and configures an optimal setting. This can be used to automatically set X outputs to a preferred mode. A typical use case is a laptop using a docking station or not.
Release Notes: Outputs with known geometry are now explicitly switched off so they don't influence the screen size.
Nuttx is a real-time embedded operating system (RTOS). It has a small footprint that is usable in micro-controller environments. It is fully scalable from tiny (8-bit) to moderate embedded (32-bit) systems. It also aims to be fully compliant to standards, to be fully real time, and to be totally open.
Release Notes: This release includes support for the Calypso CPU used by the Osmocom-bb project, adds NxConsole (which allows execution of multiple NSH sessions in different NX graphics windows), and extends support for the STMicro STM32 and Microchip PIC32 platforms.
Task Coach is a simple todo manager to manage personal tasks and todo lists. It grew out of a frustration that well-known task managers, such as those provided with Outlook or Lotus Notes, do not provide facilities for composite tasks. Often, tasks and other things to do consist of several activities. Task Coach is designed to deal with composite tasks.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release.
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 release fixes building against libindicate, fixes visibility of search folders in reduced feed list mode, and reimplements feed title matching in search folders.
Iris is a CGI script, Exim MTA and Dovecot configuration files, and Vagrant and Ansible playbook, supplemented with instructions on building an e-mail server with virtual domain support, authenticated SMTP relay, vacation, SMTP-time malware/spam/over-quota reject, and Web based account and domain administration, including domain-level access control for delegated domain management. It is based on Exim MTA, Dovecot IMAP server, MySQL, Perl, Clamav, SpamAssassin, and Roundcube Webmail.
Release Notes: This release adds minor fixes.
phpMyFAQ is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ system. It support various database systems and it also offers a content management system with a WYSIWYG editor, an image manager, flexible multi-group and multi-user support, a news system, user tracking, language modules, templates, PDF support, a backup system, Active Directory support, and an easy to use installation script.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious remote PHP code execution vulnerability. All users of affected phpMyFAQ versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible. (A detailed security advisory is available.) This release also adds full support for Microsoft SQL Server Driver for PHP, an online verification check, and experimental support for SQLite3, updates the Spanish translation and fixes the Slovak translation, and fixes a lot of minor issues.
phpMyAdmin is a tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. It can create, rename, and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, create dumps of tables and databases, export/import CSV data, and administrate one single database and multiple MySQL servers.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with XML exportation.
log4cplus is a simple to use C++ logging API providing thread-safe, flexible, and arbitrarily granular control over log management and configuration. It is modeled after the Java log4j API.
Release Notes: Missing source files were added to the project.
Quabro is an arcade game in which the goal is to destroy colored blocks with a ball using four paddles on each side of the screen to steer the ball and keep it on the field. It is inspired by Breakout and Arkanoid, as well as several of clones created later. It is written in Python using the Pygame library.
Release Notes: New in this version are better ball-paddle interaction, upgraded graphics, a configuration file, 15 playable levels, and new items.
ttylinux is a small collection of very small GNU/Linux distributions; the smallest can fit in 8 MB of disk space. It contains software needed to log in to an ISP by ethernet, modem, or ISDN and surf the Web. The minimum hardware requirement for ttyliux-i486 is a 486SX with 24 MB of RAM and 16 MB hard drive space.
Release Notes: The version number was skipped from 10.0 to 14.0 to reflect the GLIBC version used in ttylinux. Updates were made from GCC 4.4.4 to 4.4.6 and from GLIBC 2.13 to 2.14. module-init-tools 3.16 was replaced with kmod 6, and udev 163 was updated to 182.
Xiwtool simplifies connecting a Linux computer's wireless card to a nearby Wireless Access Point. It allows anyone to browse nearby networks and can help you configure a Linux machine to connect to a WAP. It is compatible with any Linux system with a graphical desktop and wireless card, and can configure wireless connections on most systems which use ifup and ifdown to connect to the Internet.
Release Notes: This release added a -s command line option that allows users to select the wireless interface to use, and improved handling of initial window placement if the user selects the -g option.
The Syllable project creates a family of operating systems that form a network platform. Syllable Desktop is a complete desktop operating system that is exceptionally powerful, fast, and easy to use. It has its own kernel, filesystem, GUI, and applications. Syllable Desktop is based on AtheOS, is largely POSIX.1 compliant, and uses many of the GNU utilities. Syllable Server is a server operating system built to be similar to Syllable Desktop, but on the Linux kernel.
Release Notes: This release improved documentation, installation (with Asus EeePC support), keyboard use (installation, log-in without mouse), the Intel eepro100 network driver, Intellipoint PS/2 mice, the Web browser (with cookie support fixed), SDL support (with hundreds of programs available), multimedia (Flash videos), and system structure. 3D support (Mesa3D, PicoGL), REBOL 3, Boron (programming), auto-login without password, memory mapped and async I/O POSIX interfaces in the kernel, a native FTP client, QEMU (virtual machines), Samba (Windows networking), OpenSSH server (remote access), SQLite, and Fossil version control were added.