XSockets is an open, lightweight, and highly portable library of universal and extensible super sockets for point-to-point communication. It provides a unified API for many communication methods between programs and devices. Currently, many methods of point-to-point communication are well established, like TCP/IP sockets, serial links, named pipes, infrared, or Bluetooth connections. XSockets is meant to provide a single API that can be used for of these methods and more.
Alienbuild is a multi-threaded cross-platform build system written in Python with the intent to outperform all other build systems in speed. Smart methods for dependency checking were used in the creation of Alienbuild for the fastest and most optimal build times. A major goal is to support large projects and asset building pipelines.
Pork is a C++ parsing and rewriting tool chain. Its primary purpose is to perform automated refactoring of large C++ codebases. The core of Pork is a C++ parser that provides exact character positions for the start and end of every AST node, as well as the set of macro expansions that contain any location. This information allows C++ to be automatically rewritten in a precise way. It could be used as a backend to support Eclipse-style refactoring of C++ code.
AfterLogic XMail Server is an email server. It supports ESMTP, TLS/SSL secure connections, SMTP authentication, account and domain aliasing, anti-spam features (IP-based and email address based), mailing lists, logging, remote administration, the Finger protocol, filters, and custom mail processing. AfterLogic XMail Server is based on the XMail server, but features simultaneous multi-user access to a POP3 mailbox, the ability to configure port numbers via a configuration file, a Windows installer, and a Web administration tool with an AJAX interface.
K-Robots is an independent Linux implementation of the AT-Robots 2 programming game, where different robot tanks that run assembly-type programs supplied by the players compete in an arena to be the last one standing. Robots may scan for each other's presence, shoot, lay mines, and drive around the arena to evade or seek out opponents, all depending on what program the robot runs.