Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services allows you to export native Excel reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services. Unlike the built-in renderer for Excel based reports, Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services provides an extended feature set and allows RDL reports to be converted to: Excel 97-2003 binary XLS format, SpreadsheetML, or the Excel2007 XLSX format. With the Aspose.Cells Report Designer tool, users can design and deliver reports into MS Excel directly without using Visual Studio IDE.
Release Notes: This release optimizes the Aspose.Cells for Reporting Services Report Designer, and users can now load Aspose.Cells add-ins for Excel x64. Moreover, you can configure Report Servers to store or cache the report server data and can import a report definition file for SSRS2008 or SSRS2008R2. It also supports SSRS 2008R2 Shared DataSets now. When Aspose.Cells Report Designer opens a report definition file which includes shared datasets, it can automatically get dataset information which includes a fields form. This release includes plenty of new and improved features.
In Assassin of the Underdark, you take a custom player character through the underdark. RPG elements are included in the form of weaponry, items, and spells. There are scripts to print Python character files, resource management, and a widget system. A plugins directory is loaded at program start, and there's a Python shell window widget for testing out scripts.
Release Notes: You can now choose characters with elf, drow, human, katta, and gnoll races, as well as fighter, magic, user, and thief classes. There are also multiclasses between these. A resource manager with an interface to a database (now just a simple dictionary) has been added. A widget system is in place based on pygame's SDL, in the form of a button and a rootwindow which catches SDL events. Picking up everything is possible, such as a goblin. Using the preselected inventory item on the taskbar works, you can change swords by picking them up, and there's spell casting (without graphical effects yet).
P6Spy is an open source framework for applications to intercept and log database statements. The P6Spy distribution includes P6Log, which intercepts and logs the database statements of any application that uses JDBC. This application is particularly useful for developers to monitor the SQL statements produced by EJB servers, enabling the developer to write code that achieves maximum efficiency on the server. P6Spy is designed to be installed in minutes and requires no code changes.
Release Notes: This release adds significant performance improvements for huge data selects. It fixes a PostgreSQL issue (operator is not unique: date + unknown), a defect causing a ClassCastException when setting bind variables by name on CallableStatement, and a defect in the P6Leak module causing closed connections not to be recorded properly.
The VTE library inserts terminal capability strings into a tree of tables, and then uses it to determine if data received from a pseudo-terminal is a control sequence or just random data. The sample program "interpret" illustrates more or less what the widget sees after it filters incoming data.
Release Notes: This major release for GNOME 3.12 adds content rewrapping upon window resize, better xterm compatibility, true color support, display corruption fixes, a significant speedup, and plenty of smaller new features and bugfixes.
The PCRE library is a set of functions that implement regular expression pattern matching using the same syntax and semantics as Perl 5, with just a few differences. PCRE is used by many programs, including Exim, Postfix, and PHP.
Release Notes: There have been performance improvements for classes containing non-ASCII characters, and the "auto-possessification" feature has been extended. Other minor improvements have been implemented, and bugs fixed. There is a new callout feature to enable applications to do detailed stack checks at compile time, to avoid running out of stack for deeply-nested parentheses. The JIT compiler has been extended with experimental support for ARM-64, MIPS-64, and PPC-LE.
CaptureMock provides capture-replay mocking for Python, on the command line and with client-server communication. CaptureMock's approach is a so-called capture-replay approach. This means that when you 'record' your mock, CaptureMock will observe the interaction between your code and the subsystem you are mocking out, and record it in a text file in its own format. When you then run your test in 'replay mode', CaptureMock can play the role of the subsystem in question, and the real subsystem does not need to even be installed. You can then choose, each time you run your tests, whether you wish to have the real subsystems present and verify/recreate the captured mocks, or to rely on the mocks captured by a previous run. If you are running in 'replay mode' and CaptureMock does not receive the same calls as previously, it will fail the test, and suggest that you may want to recreate the mocks in record mode.
Release Notes: This release supports Python callbacks, making it possible to, for example, intercept Tkinter and use CaptureMock for a limited kind of GUI testing. Many bugs have been fixed since the last release. It should work better in Python 3. Much effort has been spent on making the mock files easier to read and understand. The Client-server support now handles XMLRPC servers.
SchemaCrawler is a Java API which makes working with database metadata as easy as working with ordinary Java objects. It is also a database schema discovery and comprehension and schema documentation tool. You can search for database schema objects using regular expressions, output the schema and data in a readable text format, and find potential design issues with lint . The output is designed to be diff-ed against other database schemas. SchemaCrawler supports almost any database which has a JDBC driver, but for convenience is bundled with drivers for some commonly-used RDBMS systems. SchemaCrawler works with any operating system which supports Java.
Release Notes: Data dumps now show data for columns in sorted order, if requested using commandline switches. Database diagrams show the generation time.
gscan2pdf is a GUI to ease the process of producing PDFs from scanned documents. You scan in one or several pages and create a PDF of selected pages. Scanning is handled with SANE via scanimage. PDF conversion is done by PDF::API2. Perl is used for portability and ease of programming, with gtk2-perl for the GUI.
Release Notes: All page range widgets were tied together to prevent unexpected behaviour. A bug was fixed parsing the units of the resolution of imported images. An infinite loop was fixed scanning page 1 when 5+ exist. gscan2pdf now also parses negative progress percentages from scanimage.
Release Notes: This version includes some bug fixes related to PNG images and SVG.
Excel Writer is a package for easily writing Excel files with basic formatting. It allows for the automatic production of reports. It uses totally portable code that builds for every system without any specific piece of code. It does not interact with Excel.
Release Notes: Ada.Calendar.Time Put/Write procedures and date built-in formats have been added. Cell background colors and the wrap_text format option are now supported.
Paranoid TelnetD is written in straight C with few dependencies. It is intended for use with embedded or legacy devices (like the hand-scanners used in warehouses) that communicate via telnet. It features: 'telnet only' user accounts, separate from the system authentication (so only the specified usernames/passwords can login via telnet, and only via telnet); user, IP address, and MAC address whitelisting/blacklisting; chrooting with 'bind mounts' to allow access to certain directories under the chroot jail; and 'honeypot mode' in which all authentication fails and all events are logged at syslog 'crit' level.
Release Notes: This release adds a simple "challenge/response" authentication system, and some minor bugfixes and tidying up.
FLOM is a distributed lock manager that can be used to avoid shell tricks and safely execute different tasks that cannot run at the same time. It manages process serialization in the same way nice manages process prioritization. It implements the same lock mode semantic proposed by VMS DLM to allow non-trivial command serialization use cases. The goal is to "just work"; everything implemented must be useful and easy to use (configuration is reduced to a bare minimum). It works inside a single system or in a network of IP connected systems.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs discovered while trying FLOM on openSUSE 12.2 and adds console and log messages to improve network troubleshooting.
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 adds the ability to group by week in reports, the ability to set an initial time when starting an action timer, and minor bugfixes.
Lynis is an auditing and hardening tool for Unix derivatives like Linux/BSD/Solaris. It scans systems to detect software and security issues. Besides security-related information, it will also scan for general system information, installed packages, and possible configuration mistakes. The software is aimed at assisting automated auditing, software patch management, and vulnerability and malware scanning of Unix-based systems.
Release Notes: This release adds supporting links to the control documentation. This way, findings can be shortened in future releases for better output display. A new test has been added to detection of the Linux I/O scheduler. Test AUTH09208 has been extended to find non-unique accounts on more platforms. A minor display error for PAM modules was adjusted to properly display the status.
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 candidate contains performance improvements for the SNMP and Oracle backend, along with numerous bugfixes.
Capstone is a disassembly framework with the target of becoming the ultimate disasm engine for binary analysis and reversing in the security community. Running on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and Solaris, it can disassemble ARM, ARM64 (ARMv8), MIPS, PPC, and x86 architectures. Capstone provides rich details about disassembled instructions along with useful semantic information.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs deep inside the core, involving Arm, Arm64, Mips, and X86. There is no update to the API interface, so bindings of the older version 2.1 are compatible, and can still be used with this release.
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 adds text case operations, new options for dictionary paths or file loading in the editor, improved PDF synchronization, a list of recent sessions, and new cwl files. There are many bug fixes.
YAGF is a graphical frontend for the cuneiform and tesseract OCR tools. It lets you open already scanned image files or obtain new images via XSane (scanning results are automatically passed to YAGF). Once you have a scanned image you can prepare it for recognition, select particular image areas for recognition, set the recognition language and so on. Recognized text is displayed in an editor window where it can be spell-checked, corrected, saved to disk, or copied to clipboard. YAGF also provides some facilities for a multi-page recognition.
Release Notes: This release adds a new system for managing recognition languages. Some minor bugs are fixed.
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 3.14 Linux kernel.
Eagle, Extensible Adaptable Generalized Logic Engine, is an implementation of the Tcl scripting language for the Common Language Runtime (CLR).
Release Notes: This release added a -processid option to [exec], an -unlinkonly option to [unset], a _Hosts.Wrapper class, a Restricted flag to the ScriptThread class, a "y" length modifier to [format], and a -library command line option. [callback count], [callback list], [interp enabled], [interp finallytimeout], [tcl versionrange], [garuda bridgerunning], and [interp readorgetscriptfile] sub-commands were added Running on the ARM processor is now supported. It is now possible to return multiple elements from [lindex].
DataNucleus AccessPlatform is a standards-compliant Java persistence product. It is fully compliant with the JDO1, JDO2, JDO2.1, JDO2.2, JDO3, JPA1, JPA2 and JPA2.1 Java standards, and provides a REST API. It complies with the OGC Simple Feature Spec for persistence of geospatial Java types. It allows access to all popular RDBMS available today, together with the MongoDB, LDAP, NeoDatis, JSON, Excel/ODF spreadsheets, XML, BigTable, HBase, and Neo4j databases.
Release Notes: Support for Java 1.8 was added, and support for persisting the vast majority of java.time types was added. Support for multicolumn TypeConverters, and column length-defining TypeConverters was added to core. Support for Cassandra optimistic checks, interfaces, nonPC container fields, compound identity, and multicolumn TypeConverters were added. Support for HikariCP/DBCP2 pools were added for RDBMS. Support for embedded 1-1 was added for JSON. A bug was fixed for Timestamp nanosecs. Many other bugfixes and minor improvements were made.
ImgView is a simple image viewer for Unix-like systems. It is free from menus and other GUI gadgets, and controlled primarily by the keyboard. It supports the following image file formats: XBM, PBM/PGM/PPM, GIF, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and PCX. It supports RGB, Gray, and CMYK ICC profiles in JPEG, RGB and Gray ICC profiles in TIFF and PNG, and RGB ICC profiles in GIF.
Release Notes: It is now recommended to install libpng, lib tiff, and libungif in $HOME/imgview, in order to avoid possible clashes with other versions of these libraries, should they already be installed in your $HOME. The Makefile has been updated to include $HOME/imgview in the compiler and linker search paths.
PhenoTips is a tool for collecting and analyzing phenotypic information for patients with genetic disorders. It combines an easy-to-use interface, compatible with any device which runs a Web browser, with a standardized database backend. The PhenoTips user interface closely mirrors clinician workflows, to facilitate the recording of observations made during the patient encounter. By collecting, classifying, and analyzing phenotypic information during the patient encounter, PhenoTips allows streamlining of clinic workflow, efficient data entry, improved diagnosis, standardization of collected patient phenotypes, and sharing of anonymized patient phenotype data for the study of rare disorders.
Release Notes: The highlights of this release are an improved patient report UI, support for pushing patient records to other instances, a specificity metric widget, better gene list UI, a default list of ethnicities, pedigree improvements, a new RPM package, and many other UI improvements.
Griffon IDE is an IDE for HTML, Bash, Perl, PHP, C, etc. It allows the generation of source code in a few clicks, avoiding traps. It features auto completion, an integrated terminal, project management for C, SFTP mounting (mounting a directory via an ssh key), automatic replacement of text, and a session management tab.
Release Notes: This new version improves the system popup for HTML preview and added features including code folding.
sg3_utils is a package of utilities for accessing devices that use SCSI command sets. Most utilities issue a single command and display the response, while some work at a slightly higher level. There are utilities for fetching INQUIRY data and VPD, mode, and log pages. There is support for modern SCSI transports such as SAS and FCP. The package is written for Linux and has been ported to FreeBSD, Solaris, Tru64, and Windows. There is an earlier version of this package for Linux 2.2 series kernels called sg_utils.
Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes and code cleanups, with some small extensions. It tracks changes made by www.t10.org since October 2013. sg_xcopy now sends the xcopy(lid1) command to the destination device by default.