QDepo (formerly TPDA - Query Repository Tool) is a desktop application for retrieving and exporting data from relational database systems to spreadsheet files. The graphical user interface is based on wxPerl or PerlTk. The main feature of the application is the SQL query repository management. The repository consists from a collection of XML files that ca easily be moved or copied to other computers. The supported formats are Excel (.xls), ODF, and CSV. Database management system support includes CUBRID, Firebird, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite.
Release Notes: This release adds support for CUBRID RDBMS and adds fixes and enhancements for the wxPerl graphical user interface.
Raptor is a C library providing a set of parsers and serializers for Resource Description Framework (RDF) triples by parsing syntaxes into RDF triples and serializing triples into a syntax. The parsers support RDF/XML, N-Triples, GRDDL, and Turtle, and via RSS tag soup: XML RSS, Atom 0.3, and Atom 1.0. The serializers support RDF/XML (3 flavours), Turtle, DOT, N-Triples, RSS 1.0, and Atom 1.0. Raptor handles RDF/XML as used by RDF applications such as RSS 1.0, FOAF, DOAP, Dublin Core, and OWL. It can use either expat or libxml2 for XML parsing, libcurl when available for URI retrieval, and is portable to many POSIX systems.
Release Notes: This release supports RDFa 1.1 via an updated embedded librdfa library, adds multiple portability fixes for Windows and Solarises, and adds multiple minor fixes and improvements.
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 hits a major milestone: hex now parses all of xii.tex. There have been many improvements towards that goal, including a (partial) register implementation. Hex also compiles on newer GHC (7.4.1) now.
CLOGS is a library for higher-level operations on top of the OpenCL C++ API. It is designed to integrate with other OpenCL code, including synchronization using OpenCL events. Currently only two operations are supported: radix sorting and exclusive scan. Radix sort supports all the unsigned integral types as keys, and all the built-in scalar and vector types suitable for storage in buffers as values. Scan supports all the integral types. It also supports vector types, which allows limited multi-scan capabilities.
Release Notes: This release adds support for building on Windows, using MSVC.
GNU units converts quantities expressed in various systems of measurement to their equivalents in other systems of measurement. Like many similar programs, it can handle multiplicative scale changes. It can also handle nonlinear conversions such as Fahrenheit to Celsius, and it can perform conversions from and to sums of units, such as converting between feet plus inches and meters. Beyond simple unit conversions, units can be used as a general-purpose scientific calculator which keeps track of units in its calculations. You can form arbitrary complex mathematical expressions of dimensions including sums, products, quotients, powers, and even roots of dimensions. In this way, you can ensure accuracy and dimensional consistency when working with long expressions which involve many different units which may combine in complex ways. The units are defined in an extensive, well-annotated data file which defines over 2,500 units. You can also provide your own file to supplement or replace the standard file.
Release Notes: This release supports conversion to sums of units (e.g., feet and inches or hours and minutes). It includes a script to automatically update the currency conversion rates. The units are now in Unicode with UTF-8. Units can be defined with reference to environment variables, so you can now select local units such as the gallon without changing locale, and these units will work everywhere. The name of the units database has changed, and the syntax for defining nonlinear units has changed slightly to allow specification of domain and range. The personal units database is now $HOME/.units.
MCM is a set of tools that ease the management of multiple servers. It's aimed at network or system administrators who need to connect to different servers by different means every day. It can be used via an ncurses interface without requiring an X server, and via a GNOME-based GUI.
Release Notes: This release adds several bugfixes and updates, major refactoring of the code, a change of the icon and name, and new features, including easy ssh public key installation.
Raider is a tool to automate software RAID conversion. It converts a single Linux system disk into a Linux software RAID 1, 4, 5, 6, or 10.
Release Notes: If there is a "resume" kernel option, the -s option will now be set automatically. This release adds more tested distributions to the database (Bodhi Linux, Sabayon-9, ROSA-2012.0), automatic checking for new raider versions, and minor bugfixes.
GNU Source-highlight produces a document with syntax highlighting when given a source file. It handles many languages, e.g., Java, C/C++, Prolog, Perl, PHP3, Python, Flex, HTML, and other formats, e.g., ChangeLog and log files, as source languages and HTML, XHTML, DocBook, ANSI color escapes, LaTeX, and Texinfo as output formats. Input and output formats can be specified with a regular expression-oriented syntax.
Release Notes: This release fixes compilation problems on Mac OS X systems, adds new language definitions for Lilypond, the R statistics programming language, and ISLISP, and adds a new output format for ESC 256 ASCII code.
Calcurse is a text-based calendar and scheduling application. It helps keep track of events, appointments, and everyday tasks. A configurable notification system reminds the user of upcoming deadlines, and the curses based interface can be customized to suit user needs. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.
Release Notes: calcurse now has full UTF-8 support. Format strings for printing items in non-interactive mode have been introduced. There is support for vim-style count prefixes for displacement keys, and duration strings are now much more powerful. Extended duration strings, such as "+3:10" or "+1d20h5m", can be used. A new feature allows piping items to external commands. There are keybindings to jump to the previous/next month/year. Lots of internal changes have been made. Note that you will need to run "calcurse-upgrade" after upgrading, since the configuration file format has changed.
Imagero is a Java imaging library. Supported file types include BMP, GIF, TIFF, PNG, JNG, MNG, JPEG (including CMYK and 12-bit grey), PSD, PBM, PGM, PPM, TGA, EPS, EPSI, EPSF, AI, PDF, MRW, CRW, NEF, DCR, and DNG. Imagero can read thumbnails and can read and write metadata (IPTC, EXIF, XMP, Wang Annotations, Image Resource Blocks, Image File Directrories, JPEG Markers). Accurate color conversion is done with ICC profiles. TIFF tools allow you to split and merge TIFF images, add and remove IFDs. Lossless JPEG to TIFF and TIFF to JPEG conversion can be done. Lossless JPEG operations are supported.
Release Notes: This release implements these BufferedImageOps: FunctionOp (apply given function to pixel values), LabFunctionOp (same as FunctionOp, but in the Lab colorspace), LogImageOp, ExpImageOp, FaceUpOp (sharp details and smooth skin), SharpnessOp, ThresholdSmoothOp, GaussianFilterOp, ShadowsEnhanceOp (see details in shadows), HighlightsEnhanceOp (see details in highlights), HistogramEqOp, WarpTransformOp, and WarpMorphOp,
The X Binary Package System (in short XBPS) is a binary package system designed and implemented from scratch. Its goal is to be fast, easy to use, bug-free, featureful, and portable as much as possible. There is a well documented API provided by the XBPS Library that is the basis for its frontends, to handle binary packages and repositories.
Release Notes: In xbps-repo(8), a regression in the 'genindex' target was fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for 33 issues. It includes Handlebars support, HoganJs support, Bourbon Sass Mixins support, support for the RequestHandler concept, exposure of model resources as JSON, an alternative CssDataUri processor implementation (safe for older browsers), support for encoding fonts in the CssDataUri processor, and simplified NamingStrategy and HashStrategy configuration. There are also many bugfixes and improvements.
gShogi is a Shogi (Japanese chess) game. It features loading and saving of games, setting the level of play, retracting moves, choosing Eastern or Western pieces, opening book, resizing the board, and support for USI engines. gShogi is based on GNU Shogi. It uses engine code and graphics for the board pieces from GNU Shogi. It has a new front end GUI for GNOME.
Release Notes: New windows have been added for USI engines to display the engine output and engine debugging information. A move list window has been added to make game navigation easier. The color scheme can now be customised by the user.
The Imixs Workflow project offers a Java based BPM framework to build workflow management systems (WFMS) in a fast and easy way. The project provides different components and sub-projects that contribute to the development of workflow solutions in any kind of Java or Java EE application. The goal of this project is to offer an easy-to-use Java based technology with a focus on human based workflow. This means that the Imixs Workflow is typically applied to human-to-human workflow applications. But it can also be used for technical business process management solutions (BPM). The Imixs JEE Workflow is a full featured Workflow Management System (WFMS) based on the JEE specification. The project extends the Imixs Workflow API project to fulfill the requirements to a scalable, transactional, robust and simple deployable Java EE Workflow System. The Project provides different service components (EJBs) to be used in any kind of BPM application.
jZebra is a Java applet which allows you to print barcodes, receipts, and more from a Web page to your industry printer. It sends raw print commands and basic HTML and PDFs to your raw, PostScript, or LaserJet printer. It has been tested with Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Opera. It supports parallel, serial, USB, and network printers.
Release Notes: An append64() NullPointerException was fixed appendImage(url, "ZPLII") no longer incorrectly uses EPL commands. The source code for sample.html has hints for the new jzebraDoneFinding, jzebraDoneAppending, and jzebraDonePrinting helpers.
The BEL Framework is a platform designed to overcome many of the challenges associated with capturing, integrating, and storing knowledge within an organization, and sharing the knowledge across the organization and between business partners. Central to the design of the framework is the ability to integrate knowledge across different representational vocabularies and ontologies. This allows organizations to combine knowledge from disparate sources such as existing applications, internal sources, and business partners. It can then be made available through a standardized set of computable networks and APIs.
Release Notes: Packages were renamed and various enhancements were made.
FeatureC++ is a C++ language extension that supports Feature-Oriented Programming (FOP). FOP studies feature modularity in program families. The idea of FOP is to build software by composing features. Features are basic building blocks that satisfy intuitive user-formulated requirements on the software system. Features refine other features incrementally. This step-wise refinement leads to a layered stack of features. Mixin Layers are one appropriate technique for implementing features.
Release Notes: Assorted bugfixes and enhancements.
ZABBIX is an enterprise-class distributed monitoring solution designed to monitor and track performance and availability of network servers, devices, and other IT resources. It supports distributed and Web-based monitoring, auto-discovery, real-time monitoring, SLA assurance, trending, and more.
Release Notes: This release introduces fixes for several issues.
ACC (AspeCt-oriented C) enables aspect-oriented software development with the C programming language. AspeCt-oriented C consists of a compiler that translates code written in AspeCt-oriented C into ANSI C code. This code can be compiled by any ANSI C compliant compiler.
Release Notes: This release is a complete reimplementation of the Aspect C/C++ compiler.