GNU/Liberty Basic Compiler Collection (GLBCC) is a suite of tools that allow Liberty Basic source code to be compiled directly to executable programs. It leverages greatly off of the GNU Compiler Collection, which allows it to run both on Windows and Linux, while also having the ability to generate both Linux and Windows executables on Linux via the Mingw cross compiler. The suite also includes a frontend program that has both a GUI and CLI to provide a simple environment to compile Liberty Basic code.
Lemick is a programming language similar to traditional Basic implementations but with all the attributes of the modern programming tool. Major design features include a source to bytecode compiler and bytecode to object code compiler, platform-independence of the compiled code (through the use of VM bytecode), native support of concurrent and distributed programming (multi- threading and distributed multi-threading), rendezvous for message passing, replicas and ultra-weak consistency model for shared memory simulation, advanced exception handling mechanism including distributed version, weak typing, mixed style of procedural and object-oriented programming (relaxed OO), and high performance.
OOoReport is a report writing tool for OpenOffice.org. With an easy-to-use AutoPilot/"Wizard" approach, OOoReport will read data from any OpenOffice.org data source and turn it into a formatted Calc worksheet in a variety of formats. Using Calc commands, you can then preview the report, print it, or export it to a PDF file, or use any of the other features of Calc. OOoReport is packaged as a standard OpenOffice.org "Add-On" and does not require a Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
Quarters is a strategy game for two players. Although its rules are relatively simple, it still offers some of the same opportunities for skill as in chess. This program was originally conceived in the summer of 1986 during a study of the mini-max algorithm for chess playing computers, and was thus designed to offer some of the same type of strategies. The game was originally written in BASIC, then ported to Turbo Pascal, then to C, and finally to Java. The Java version is not necessarily object oriented, since it is a crude port from the C version.