The Chemistry Development Kit (CDK) is a library of Java classes for chemo-, bioinformatics, computational chemistry, and chemometrics. It provides important algorithms like substructure search, SMILES, Gasteiger charges, QSAR descriptor calculation, 3D structure generation, 2D layout and rendering, many IO formats, atom typing, and more.
tif22pnm is a command line utility that converts between TIFF sampled images and PNM images (both directions), using the libtiff library, but not using NetPBM. tif22pnm is similar to the tifftopnm utility in the NetPBM distribution, but tif22pnm handles a wider range of TIFF files and is able to output the alpha channel as a PBM or PGM file. png22pnm, a converter from PNG to PNM, is also bundled into the distribution.
BitLife is an implementation of life using boolean operations (AND, OR, XOR), computing each new cell from 9 bits (itself & neighbours). It's performed in parallel on the whole image by bitblit operations (with hardware accelearation where possible). This also allows many parallel life games to run in each bitplane of the screen, giving a translucent blending effect. A proof-of-concept Python (pygame/Numeric) implementation and an xscreensaver hack are included.
VCDMeta is a Perl script which makes creating an easy-to-navigate VCD extremely simple. It takes in a simplified XML document which simply contains a list of the Videos you want to include and how you want them to be arranged. From that it will output a XML document suitable for use with vcdimager complete with easy to navigate menus. A text file "0VCDINDX.TXT" is also created which contains the complete contents of the CD for easy navigations when reading the VCD on a computer without VCD menu support. If images are not provided for the menus it will create the menus for you. When the supplied patch is applied to VCDImager, VCDMeta can generate special easy-to-use MPEG files for use on a computer complete with an HTML index.