Production BASIC is an Open-Source, Multi-user Business Basic compiler/interpreter and run-time environment. This system is intended to be an alternative to commercially available systems, such as Basic/Four, Thoroughbred, and others that have evolved from the original Basic/Four system. It creates meta-code object modules, and uses a run-time interpreter under Linux. The system is under development, and assistance is being solicited.
Prototype Makefiles allows for very fast project startups; often no editing of Makefiles is needed at all. It is a collection of shared Makefiles and Makefile templates. The shared Makefiles contain the rules for building a project, cleaning it and making dependencies etc. The Makefile templates contain the data that is specific for each project. This separation avoids duplication of code in Makefiles and is therefore extremely easy to maintain and extend.
PRP is the dynamic pages generator. It is similar to Zope and many others, but it has additional features. PRP enables you to integrate HTML templates and scripting language code. PRP provides an import/export feature. All data (both HTML and scripts) for your site are stored in an SQL database. All code is compiled into bytecode, which is parsed by a special server engine, written in mod_perl and running under Apache. The front page (interface) is built using PHP.
Using popchecker you can log onto a popserver to see a list of all messages that you have on there, with sender, subject and size for each message. With an ncurses interface that easily lets you scroll through them, and optionally deleting messages without ever downloading them. This can be useful when you've received big mails that you don't really want to download.
popexec is a program for Unix/Linux which checks a POP e-mail account and then runs a program whenever new e-mail arrives. It can also optionally run a program when it sees that you no longer have new e-mail in your POP box. Examples are included which show you how to: Write "You have mail" or "You have X new messages" to a terminal, make a terminal beep, play an audio file, pop an X window onto the screen, make your keyboard LEDs blink, change your desktop background.
POSSL (Panther Open Source Software for Linux) is a rapid application development environment that simplifies the building of transactional, component-based Web applications. Its framework removes the technical complexity of building distributed applications by providing visual tools, an object repository and application building blocks. With POSSL you can create EJBs using logic written in C++ and build distributed applications managed by IBM WebSphere. You are able to develop one application for multiple deployment interfaces, such as the Web, Motif or character-based. POSSL supports Oracle, Interbase, DB2, and ODBC.
Postilion is a mail user agent based upon the popular TkRat program. The main changes to TkRat are in the user interface portion, so all of the underlying functionality of TkRat remains. This includes MIME support, Virtual folders, PGP support, support for unix mail files, MH folders, POP and IMAP.