Kernel Analyzer monitors system activity by recording information about task preemptions and interruptions. The data generated is intended for real-time developers and is useful for analyzing driver timing issues and scheduling efficiency. It can also help by giving an overview of a system.
Transparency is a small, specialized tool for transparent PNG processing on the command line. It focuses on typical tasks for Web design. In the spirit of ImageMagick, it provides special extensions such as conversion of white to transparency, and the preparation of transparent PNGs for perfect GIF export (i.e., "partial" application of the alpha channel).
TFORMer is a versatile barcode label printing and reporting program. It provides a uniform solution for creating all types of documents like labels, forms, serial letters, lists, and reports. TFORMer is used on workstations, as a server-based output system or as a report generator SDK. Documents are created with the graphical layout editor TFORMer Designer. For printing purposes, data is entered manually or imported from databases or files. Templates for compliance labeling (e.g. AIAG, VDA, DHL, GS1, etc.) reduce design efforts significantly. For software developers, the output functionality is available with TFORMer Runtime. This cross-platform reporting SDK supports all types of barcodes, direct printing, PostScript, HTML, ZPL-II, and image and PDF creation. It integrates perfectly into client and server solutions. APIs are available for .NET, DLL, COM, and Java.
Intelligent Filesystem Guard is a tool that monitors information about changes in files and directories. This program can be used either for the detection of changes in important files (as an intrusion detection system guarding data against viruses and Trojan horses) or for guarding user data. A large emphasis is put on monitoring files. One of the functions of this system is to tell what happened with the file according to a user query. The system is able to warn of any sort of change, such as modification, creation, erasure, or movement.
Quality Objects (QuO) is a framework for providing quality of service (QoS) in network-centric distributed applications. These applications range from embedded applications to wide area network applications, including many military and commercial applications. QuO bridges the gap between the socket-level QoS being specified, researched, and provided by a number of organizations and the distributed object level where many distributed applications are best written. QuO adds QoS to CORBA and Java RMI in a manner which is appropriate for creating applications that can adapt to environments that are unpredictable or have strict resource constraints.
The Template Numerical Toolkit (TNT) is a collection of interfaces and reference implementations of numerical objects useful for scientific computing in C++. The toolkit defines interfaces for basic data structures, such as multidimensional arrays and sparse matrices, commonly used in numerical applications. The goal of this package is to provide reusable software components that address many of the portability and maintenance problems with C++ code.
FerrisSambaModule is a VFS module for Samba 3.x which allows it to provide shares which use libferris as a data source. Thus, anything libferris can access can be shared as a filesystem via Samba, including LDAP, PostgreSQL, XML files, sleepycat dbXML database, evolution mail client, and queries against libferris' various indexes.
a2b is an abstract train game where you guide trains to their destination without letting them collide with each other. Each game is played on a set of tracks on which trains run at regular intervals. You pick a train and accelerate, brake, or stop as necessary to safely guide it to its destination. Since trains are continously being launched, more than 1 train will want to use the same section of a track, potentially leading to a collision. You must resolve this by making a train wait while you rush another train. As a last resort, you can send a train back to its base.
KBoincSpy is a KDE monitor and control utility for the BOINC distributed client. It displays a lot of useful information about the computation of work units, such as the percent of work done, estimates of the completion time, and credits granted. For some projects, it also reports interesting data about the content and signifiance of each work unit being analyzed. Through KDE's IO mechanism, KBoincSpy is able to monitor remote BOINC clients, and its plugin-based architecture offers support for a virtually unlimited number of projects.