Alchemy OS is a MIDlet which creates an operating environment inside a mobile phone. Although it is not an operating system in the full sense, it provides a rich platform to develop, compile, and run applications directly in the phone.
Release Notes: This release fixes quite serious bugs: Hexadecimal character literals (like '\u03C0') were parsed incorrectly by the compiler, and the asin() and atan() functions returned incorrect values.
TeXstudio is a fully featured LaTeX editor. It is designed to make writing LaTeX documents as easy and comfortable as possible. It features an integrated PDF viewer with (almost) word-level synchronization, live inline preview, advanced syntax highlighting, and live checking of references, citations, LaTeX commands, spelling, and grammar.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs introduced in 2.6.4, especially the failing home/end keys while the embedded PDF viewer is enabled, and Mac compatibility.
etm is an acronym for Event and Task Manager. It provides a simple, intuitive format for using plain text files to store event, task, and other data items, a command line interface for viewing stored information in a variety of convenient ways, and a cross-platform, PyQt-based GUI for creating and modifying items as well as viewing them. Displayed items can be grouped by date, context, keyword, or project and can be filtered in various ways. A display of busy and free times is also supported, as is a ledger view of time spent that is suitable for client billing. Alarms are supported for events and repetition for both events and tasks in a powerful and flexible manner.
Release Notes: This release removes a spurious print statement which affected commandline usage and adds various documentation improvements.
Husk is an implementation of the Scheme programming language for the Haskell Platform. Advanced R5RS features are provided, including continuations, hygienic macros, and a full numeric tower.
Release Notes: This release improves R7RS support and includes an updated parser that understands Unicode hex values and an expanded set of named characters, cond-expand syntax to statically expand different expressions depending upon whether features are present in the Scheme implementation, and new syntax/functions, including letrec*, syntax-error, include, unless, when, nan?, finite?, infinite?, exact-integer?, exact?, inexact?, square, boolean=?, symbol=?, read-line, flush-output-port, and eof-object. In addition, a library was added to compute simple random numbers.
Exim is a message transfer agent (MTA) developed at the University of Cambridge for use on Unix systems connected to the Internet. In style it is similar to Smail 3, but its facilities are much more extensive. Exim is in use at many sites around the world.
Release Notes: This release contains several enhancements and bugfixes, as well as new features. Experimental features added are DMARC, PRDR, TPDA, and Redis. Enhancements/bugfixes to existing features touched Cyrus SASL, default logging of remote acceptance, number suffix "G", allowing multiple router/transport header statements, TLS, DNS, Authenticators, Retry rules, Header generation, LDAP/LDAP_TLS, ClamAV settings, and the build system. There are new commandline options for better sendmail compatibility, cutthrough delivery, calling an ACL as an expansion item, and some new expansion variables.
Quenlig is a standalone system allowing the creation of interactive Web tutorials and questionnaires. The system analyzes the student textual answer, so it is perfectly adapted to create courses and practical works on Unix, Python, SQL, etc.
Release Notes: This release add a Random value chooser to generate questions with random parts. It also add a plugin to display graphically the students' paths to the good answer. In the list of bad answers for a question, the answers with the same canonization are now grouped together.
Release Notes: This release supports WebGL in IE11, in addition to Firefox and Chrome. It also fixes bugs occurring when used with Chrome 31.
HPCC (High Performance Computing Cluster) stores and processes large quantities of data, processing billions of records per second using massive parallel processing technology. Large amounts of data across disparate data sources can be accessed, analyzed, and manipulated in fractions of seconds. HPCC functions as both a processing and a distributed data storage environment capable of analyzing terabytes of information.
Release Notes: This release adds ECL visualizations (including a new cellFormatter bundle), improvements to ECL Watch Technical Preview, an ECL Plugin for Eclipse's new features, a Roxie Monitoring Tool (Ganglia) Technical Preview which leverages Ganglia, an Open Source, scalable, distributed monitoring system to produce a graphical view of a Roxie cluster's servers , package map improvements, GROUP JOIN and LOOKUP JOIN improvements, and much more.
CloEDIT is an HTML code editing tool. It allows you to edit files with a clear structural view, and change the organization of contents easily. It is best suited for working on HTML files that have existing design CSS, like Bootstrap 3.0 or Foundation 4 sites.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs with "add", removes new attributes from elements, and adds a popup menu function to cut all items from current one.
VLC media player is a multimedia player, framework, streamer, and encoder. It can play inputs like files, network streams, DVDs, audio CDs, Blu-Rays, capture devices, and screens. It can play most audio and video codecs and formats (MPEG 1/2/4, H264, VC-1, DivX, WMV, Vorbis, AC3, AAC, MKV, etc.), but can also be used to convert to different formats and/or send streams through the network.
Release Notes: VLC 2.1.1 is the first minor version of the VLC 2.1.x branch. It fixes a numerous bugs and regressions introduced in 2.1.0, adds experimental HEVC and VP9 decoding, and improves the VLC installer on Windows.
C-Dogs SDL is a port of the old DOS arcade game C-Dogs to modern operating systems. C-Dogs is an arcade shoot-em-up which lets players work alone or co-operativly during missions, and against each other in the "dogfight" deathmatch mode. The original DOS version of C-Dogs came with several built in missions and dogfight maps, and this version is no exception. The author of the DOS version of C-Dogs is Ronny Wester.
Release Notes: This release fixes serious bugs in the editor introduced in 0.5.1, and includes a new campaign.
Bino is a stereoscopic 3D video player with multi-display support. It supports many 2D and 3D video formats, a wide range of display devices, and distributed multi-display video presentation, e.g. for multi-projector setups.
Release Notes: This version fixes a few bugs and restores compatibility with the latest FFmpeg versions.
Comal-Linux is a Linux distribution derived from Slackware Linux. It is packaged as a live CD, and is intended for desktop users who want to use Slackware Linux without first installing it on their computers. Comal-Linux is built from "pure" Slackware Linux, making it as compatible with the original as possible, including application packages. By choosing lightweight desktop and application software, the distribution can be used on older computers. Comal-Linux is an unofficial Muslim edition of Slackware.
Release Notes: This release is based on Slackware Linux 14.0 and Slackware-Live 0.3.10. It include 85 applications which appear in the main menu, for a total of 598 packages and 1.9 GB of uncompressed space. It's designed for a minimal but complete environment around JWM Window Manager, with office (Abiword, Gnumeric), multimedia (Avidemux, Mhwaveedit), education (Zekr, Artha), and games (Cuyo, Lbreakout2).
LogicalDOC is a Web-based document management system that is easy to use and learn. Its architecture leverages best-of-breed Java technology to achieve a powerful and flexible solution. It supports its users with a powerful search engine (Lucene), Web service interface (JAX-WS via CXF) compatible with .NET and PHP, versioning, annotation on documents, a WebDAV interface, importing and exporting from .zip files. Documents can be organized into hierarchical folders, searched using the integrated search engine, or browsed by Tag. The system is extensible thanks to the technologies used (Spring-Hibernate) and its plugin architecture.
Release Notes: This release added an email contacts address book, restore of deleted folders, bulk checkout/checkin, and Smart Client 4.0, Spring 3.2.3, Hibernate 4.1, and GWT 2.5.1. Date formatting for English-UK and English-AU was implemented. US date format is supported in the date editing widget. A problem where folder specification was not used when searching for aliases was fixed along with an error sending internal messages.
PixelController is an LED matrix controller which makes it easy to create stunning visuals. It supports multiple output formats and allows flexible control (OSC, MIDI, Mouse, Keyboard).
Release Notes: This release added a fader effect if a preset is loaded or the current Visual is randomised. Serial detection for PixelInvadaders Firmware was improved (it should finally work well on Arduino boards). An issue with the Rainbowduinov3 firmware was fixed. Checkbox Mixer size was made dependent on output size. Possible exceptions in the PixelImage, Geometrics, and Cell generators were fixed.
isort automatically sorts and sections Python imports. It can turn even the most messy import structure into nice clean sections without duplicates. It provides a command line utility, Python library, and Kate plugin for convenient use.
Release Notes: Support for changing which section imports default to when it cannot be automatically determined, the ability to generate a diff of changes by appending "--diff" to the sort command, and improved handling of settings files.
Kernel Mode Linux is a technology which enables the execution of user programs in a kernel mode. In Kernel Mode Linux, user programs can access kernel address space directly. Unlike kernel modules, user programs are executed as ordinary processes (except for their privilege level), so scheduling and paging are performed as usual. Although it seems dangerous, the safety of the kernel can be ensured through such methods as static type checking, software fault isolation, and so forth.
Release Notes: This release has been merged with the 3.12 Linux kernel.
dd is a Unix command line utility for copying data. ddpt adds features for efficiently copying large amounts of data to and from disks. Apart from accessing disks using traditional Unix read() and write() calls, ddpt can optionally use SCSI pass-through interfaces to send SCSI commands to perform a copy. In Linux, the pass-through can be used to send TRIM commands to SSDs. It is written for Linux with ports to FreeBSD, Solaris, and Windows.
Release Notes: This release added SCSI XCOPY and protection information (DIF) support, bandwidth limiting, and tape support (Linux only).
Gnome Partition Editor is a graphical frontend to libparted. It supports creating, resizing, moving, and copying of partitions.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of improvements over the previous stable release including a fix for a freeze/lock problem at boot menu experienced by some computers, an incorrect for the Czech locale, an update of the Linux kernel to 3.11.7-1, and an update of the boot loader isolinux and syslinux to 6.02 with patches for local boot. This release is built with live-build 3 and is based on the Debian Sid repository as of 2013/Nov/13.
Turn Watcher is a tool based on Dungeons & Dragons rules. It is used to track the initiative of your players and monsters. It includes an option to roll initiative on every round, roll will, listen, and spot, and it has a status column that shows you the current status of your players. When you enter a player or monster, you also enter all of its modifiers, so the computer can take care of rolling all the dice for you. Still want to roll initiative? You can simply order the characters with the Move Up and Move Down options.
Release Notes: The code has been relicensed under the GPLv2. Presently, it only compiles and is tested under Ubuntu 12.10. Support for Windows and Mac is very poor at present. There was a lot of code clean up and refactoring, so this represents a fairly stable version.
The National Space Science Data Center's (NSSDC) Common Data Format (CDF) is a self-describing data abstraction for the storage and manipulation of multidimensional data in a platform- and discipline-independent fashion. It consists of a scientific data management package (known as the "CDF Library") that allows programmers and application developers to manage and manipulate scalar, vector, and multi-dimensional data arrays.
Release Notes: Support for Visual Basic was added. 64-bit support was added. There were assorted bugfixes and enhancements.
Cyphertite is a tar-like secure remote archiver. It deduplicates, compresses, and encrypts data prior to transmission, providing total privacy while reducing unnecessary wire traffic. It seamlessly supports IPv6 and IPv4 on a variety of platforms.
Release Notes: A fopen compatibility layer was added. Issues with hardlinks on extract and with the destination filename in ctfb were fixed. A non-zero value is returned if an error occurs when listing a ctfile. Excess looping in the socket code was prevented. Support for checking the current Cyphertite version was added. New socket_rcvbuf and socket_sndbuf options were added for setting the size of the respective socket buffers. The default was set to 64K.
Free-SA is tool for statistical analysis of daemons' log files, similar to SARG. Its main advantages over SARG are much better speed (7x-20x), more support for reports, and W3C compliance of generated HTML/CSS reports. It can be used to help control traffic usage, to control Internet access security policies, to investigate security incidents, to evaluate server efficiency, and to detect troubles with configuration.
Release Notes: Support for various keywords as a date for the '-d' command line option has been added: today, yesterday, thismonth, lastmonth, and many others are supported now. A new option for showing all IP addresses used by a user has been added. The calendar in the index report was complemented with search box, which is useful for filtering by configuration name. A significant speed up and lower DNS traffic utilization and memory consumption has been achieved when the 'username_resolve_ip' option is enabled. Many other improvements were made.
Gcmc is a front-end language for generating G-code, SVG, and DXF for CNC mills, lathes, laser cutters, and other numerically controlled machines employing G-code, SVG, or DXF. The language is a context-free grammar created to overcome the archaic format of G-code programming, but can be used more generally for many targets. Gcmc aims to be more readable and understandable than G-code and enable programmatic designing. Gcmc makes extensive use of vector mathematics to support the 3D nature of CNC machining. It handles units as millimeters, mils (inch), degrees, and radians and performs automatic conversions where necessary.
Release Notes: This release adds head() and tail() functions to supplement the shift functions and return start/end of vectors and vectorlists. The gcode output can now be in imperial units, though gcmc internally still defaults to mm if no units are explicitly used. Precedence of the modulo operation is brought in line with other languages to be equal to multiply and divide. Default plane selection is fixed to work from the commandline. Prologue and epilogue code is changed to ensure repeatable operation of the generated script, regardless of the previous mill/lathe's gcode-state.
Release Notes: This release fixes issues with trimming and reversing splines, and improves SVG import.