Scrupp is a 2D engine that uses OpenGL for hardware-accelerated visualization. All of its functionality is exported to the Lua programming language. Using Scrupp means writing Lua scripts. It features support for movies and networking and enables run-time image creation using Cairo.
BuddyServ IRC Services are a set of integrated IRC services for torrent networks. They integrate with a Torrent site database and provide support for using a Web site's account database, new torrent announcements, new user, reports, and helpdesk staff notifications, syslog reporting, many user management tools, including the ability to disable/enable accounts, RRD graphs for IRC activity, channel management, default vhosts based on user class and custom vhosts, OPERWALL error reporting, a !next command for next TV show viewing times, an InterMail system for reading and sending site messages on IRC, NickServ, ChanServ, OperServ, MemoServ, UserBot, and monitor services, and more.
MileTrak makes tracking your mileage easy. Just input your starting point and your destination, and the route distance will be grabbed from Google maps. The route will even be displayed, allowing you to verify it. All your routes are stored to a database; you can then export this information to the clipboard, allowing it to be copied into another application such as a spreadsheet.
DXF2papercraft converts a polygonal 3D model stored as a DXF file into a plain drawing in the form of a 2D DXF file. This requires the program to "unfold" the 3D model. The result is a flattened pattern of connected polygons. All edges of a polygon which are unconnected get a so-called glue tab in addition. This pattern is called a papercraft model, and it can be used to build a shape that resembles the original 3D model from paper or cardboard. After all pairs of tabs have been glued together, the paper model corresponds to the 3D object. The final model can be reinforced by fiber glass and resin to obtain a rigid, resilient structure.
FBAC-LSM is a security mechanism for Linux which retricts applications based on the features they provide, such as "Web Browser" or "Image Editor". By restricting the actions of applications, the damage which can be caused by malware or software vulnerabilities can be significantly reduced. Reusable policy abstractions, known as functionalities, can be used to grant the authority to perform high level features (for example using the Web_Browser functionality) or lower level features (such as using the HTTP_Client functionality) or to grant privileges to access any specified resources. Functionalities are parameterized, which allows them to be adapted to the needs of specific applications. Functionalities are also hierarchical; that is, functionalities can contain other functionalities.