Agendaroids is a game where you maneuver a space ship in a field of asteroids, and shoot at them to break them into smaller pieces. It uses vector-based graphics with fixed-point trigonometry, so it runs well even on the FPU-less VR3, but it also runs on any other Xlib-based system.
The CODE:NEO Application Server is a Web server extension that bridges the gap between web interfaces and compiled code. It allows the user to build "Joints" with .CnBin extensions, which can be called through the Web server and operate at ultra-fast speeds. CODE:NEO also comes with two API libraries (CnUtil and CnServer) that provide many convenient rapid development tools.
AppLogger is a library that allows an application programmer to provide run-time customizable output from an application. It includes a function, applogger_log(), with calling semantics analogous to the standard C library's printf(), but with extra arguments to specify a classification for the output message. Calls to applogger_log() thus specify the classification and text of a message; calls to other functions in the AppLogger library determine the real-time policy applogger_log() applies to messages of a given classification: print to file, send over a network socket, ignore the message, etc. In short, AppLogger allows for the separation of message content and message output policy in an application.
The Database Primitives Library contains a number of function suites intended to facilitate the design and building of in-memory databases. Originally created with IRC servers in mind, the library provides simple linked lists with arbitrary ordering, hash tables which can optionally be automatically resized, memory-efficient sparse matrices based on the linked lists and hash tables, and an implementation of red-black trees. Other database primitives may be added in the future, if needed.