SDB (show database) is a utility to manage a collection of tradeable live shows. It features a browseable list of shows, and the ability to compile special interest lists and import or export from/to various formats, including plain text, CSV, HTML, and PDF. XML files are used to store all data. Future goals include the implementation of some BitTorrent features, especially the creation of torrent files, and some network features to share information about a recorded show.
Nennius is an object-oriented application engine. Although initially intended to be a time and expense tracking tool, it has since been improved upon to support a wide array of data types and relationships. It offers the ability to run multiple, concurrent Web applications from a single Nennius engine. Each Web application is fully customizable and can easily be modified to fit almost any existing business model.
This PHP class sorts two- or multidimensional arrays by one or multiple columns. The assumed array format is always [row][column]([property]). Sorting works ascending as well as descending. There are no limits to either the dimensions of the array or the columns it's sorted by. All the user has to supply to the class is the array to be sorted and a sort string specifying how the array is to be sorted. This sort string is checked for syntactic and semantic errors. Should either occur an appropriate error message is returned.
cerberus is a modular and robust network operator and drone monitoring service designed to protect IRC networks from common threats that plague the community. It uses a BIND9-style configuration file with a mix of Perl syntax. It includes a map module that displays a server map along with basic information, stats/protocol for core protocol support, sql, an interface to DBI, modcontrol for controlling modules in use via IRC, login, operlist for displaying a list of all operators on the network, and more. It was designed for use with pure TS6 networks such as ircd-ratbox and ircd-hybrid.
The XDS product line facilitates software development in the Modula-2 and Oberon-2 languages. It includes native compilers for Intel x86 and "via C" cross-compilers that produce ANSI C source, allowing you to target virtually any platform. The TopSpeed Compatibility Pack add-on aids porting programs written in the TopSpeed Modula-2 dialect to XDS.