Crabgrass is social networking, group collaboration, and network organizing Web application. It consists of a solid suite of group collaboration tools such as private wikis, task lists, a file repository, and decision making tools. Work is currently being done on a large user interface overhaul, better social networking tools, blogs, and event calendars, as well as better support for collaboration and decision making among independent groups.
Crack is a programming language that aims to provide the ease of development of a scripting language with the performance of a compiled language. The "crack" program is a "script executor" that compiles source to machine code on the fly, though it will cache the code to intermediate formats as appropriate. The crack language itself derives concepts from C++, Java, and Python, incorporating object-oriented programming, operator overloading, and strong typing.
CraftShirt is software for running a Web site that lets users design and buy t-shirts. It features a shopping cart and a powerful online t-shirt designer. This is a turnkey solution for an online t-shirt printing business. It is pure AJAX; no Flash technology is used. It supports multiple payment and shipping plugins. It is built on top of the osCommerce e-commerce engine, which is integrated with a powerful graphics tool that allows advanced image manipulation and overlaying.
The Crate Game Engine is a game engine that is designed to make creating games trivial. The rendering and scripting engines are removed from the game engine to make the specialization of games as easy as possible. Currently, scripting support is implemented to allow a Lua script to be put directly in the game file, which can be validated as XML. Multiplayer text based adventure-style games can be played with the existing console rendering engine.
CreEPS is a collection of C++ classes that provide an easy-to-use interface for generating vector plots from within code. The drawings are stored as Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) files. It features all basic drawing elements, user-configurable fill types, and printf-style text output. Extensive documentation with many examples is included.
Cream is a multilingual customer relationship management (CRM) system for media organizations. The application tracks sales orders, payments, shipments, services, online and print subscriptions, and the effectiveness of promotional campaigns through its easy-to-use reporting and analytical functions. Cream features a powerful module for communication with customers, including incoming and outgoing email, template-based HTML newsletters, and a WYSIWYG editor.