Bayesian Pattern Filtering Library is a general purpose library designed for building Bayesian Filters. Its primary purpose is to provide an easy-to-use interface to allow the building of Bayesian filters regardless of the data being analyzed. A user will only need to provide a tokenizer, hash function, and comparison function in order to build a Filter.
TorrentParse is a PHP script that parses Bittorrent torrent files using the BDecode and BEncode libraries. The information it outputs is useful for visitors visiting the site because it displays information about the torrent files. TorrentParse GTK is aimed to be a cross-platform program similar to TorrentSpy (Windows-only). It can do most things that TorrentSpy can, except make torrents and check completed downloads.
CommuniGate Pro is a high-end, industry strength Internet Mail server. It supports over 24 different operating systems including Linux/LinuxPPC,Solaris, MacOS X, FreeBSD, WindowsNT, BSDi, AIX, AS/400, HP/UX, Tru64, BeOS, IRIX, and S/390 for Linux. The CommuniGate Pro server takes full advantage of modern multi-threaded and multi-processor environments, and includes anti-spam protection, administration via the web, extensive multi-domain support, dial-up capabilities, cluster support, and unique IMAP multi-mailbox features. As a commercial product, it is distributed as keyware. The Free trial version is not time- or feature- limited.
aggregate takes a list of prefixes in conventional format on stdin, and performs two optimisations to reduce the length of the prefix list. It removes any supplied prefixes which are supurfluous because they are already included in another supplied prefix (e.g., 184.108.40.206/24 would be removed if 220.127.116.11/17 was also supplied), and identifies adjacent prefixes that can be combined under a single, shorter-length prefix (e.g., 18.104.22.168/24 and 22.214.171.124/24 can be combined into the single prefix 126.96.36.199/23).
This is a simple command line Perl script written in order to migrate a Netscape address book to GnomeCard. It takes an LDIF file, as exported from Netscape, and writes out a VCard file. Currently the first name, last name, work, home, cell phone numbers, and email address are written. The input file may be either DOS or Unix text format.