FEDES is a Finite Element Data Exchange System for mapping finite element analysis data between different FE solvers and meshes with different element types and densities. Six commercial FE solvers are supported (ABAQUS, ANSYS, DEFORM, MARC, MORFEO, and VULCAN). The FEA data output can be visualized with ParaView.
TAP4Pascal is an easy-to-use but powerful unit testing suite for Pascal (FreePascal, Turbo Pascal, et al.), conforming to the Test-Anything Protocol (TAP) specification, originally developed for testing Perl, and lightweight enough to work on any platform since it is entirely text-based. It comes with its own test harness for running and summarizing the results of multiple test sets. It aims to be straightforward and to make test building easy and quick for developers, and to help software work better for everyone.
Enrollix manages enrollment of people to associations, communities, groups, classes, teams, magazines, and events like meetings, parties, etc. It collects detailed personal data of members and of their enrollments (with a possible fee), selects them according to any kind of filter, and produces a balance of the revenues which can be saved in a CSV (comma separated value) file. This file can be opened with a spreadsheet like Calc or Excel. It is possible to prepare different models of certificates (like a receipt or a certificate of membership) within the software and print them with the data of any member, with a possible progressive number (like a protocol) within it. It can print labels of addresses or lists of payments of the selected (filtered) members, and it's possible to save their postal addresses or all their personal data in a CSV file, or to copy their email addresses to the clipboard, to paste them into the recipient field of a new message. The personal data of each member may contain a picture, which is saved in a directory with the same name and path of the file in use. It is possible to export selected members from the file in use to another Enrollix file, or to import all the members from it. Each member and his or her enrollments are internally identified by a unique mark (a UID number).
Emaigos imports Google contacts and calendars into Emacs. Contacts are stored in a Big Brother Database (BBDB) file, which makes them usable with many Emacs email packages, like Gnus. Google calendars are stored as a single Org-mode file, so events may be viewed as a structured document and possibly shown within an Agenda view. With Emaigos, it's possible to use Google as a contacts and calendars manager, while having all the same data available within Emacs. The original Google contacts and calendars are not modified in any way by Emaigos. The name "Emaigos" is an acronym for "EMAcs Importer for GOogle Stuff".
Coin Catalog can be used to look up the value of a coin and/or to save your coin collection. It features a Belgian Coin Catalog (including Belgian Congo, Offical Medals, ECU-coins, Food-jetons, Austrain Netherlands), British Coin Catalog (including Maundy Money), Canadian Coin Catalog, Coins from the Netherlands, Search for a coin, Make your own Collections, Add pictures to your collection, Make a list of coins that you search or you want to exchange, Print your Collection, Show difference between Grades, Lookup Dealers, Lookup Clubs & meetings, Make use of Currency ($, £, €, and Y), Make use of the Gold Price, Update Catalogs online, and more.