CGI_UTILS is a set of three C++ classes: CGI, Template, and Session. CGI wraps the CGI protocol. Template provides an easy way to use templates in your CGI applications. It knows about variables and datasets (tables). Session provides the ability to pass data between your programs through shared memory.
CGIcast is a small collection of scripts designed to give users the ability to broadcast live audio, in either MP3 or Ogg Vorbis formats, using only a Web server. This is intended for users who have access to a Web hosting account which permits them to run CGI scripts, but not to run live streaming daemons like Icecast. This allows cheap hosting of Internet radio shows without having to spend more on specialist streaming providers.
CHEOPS (CHEss OPponent Simulator) is a fully-functional AI chess program capable of human vs. human, human vs. computer, and computer vs. computer play. It uses a 64-square linear array board representation. The game tree search is alpha-beta, and the static evaluation function considers material, mobility, and motif features. CHEOPS comes with extensive documentation on the program internals, aimed at students or programmers wishing to understand or extend the system.
CHI provides a unified caching API for Perl, designed to assist a developer in persisting data for a specified period of time. The CHI interface is implemented by driver classes that support fetching, storing, and clearing of data. Driver classes exist or will exist for the gamut of storage backends available to Perl, such as memory, plain files, memory mapped files, memcached, and DBI. CHI is intended as an evolution of DeWitt Clinton's Cache::Cache package, adhering to the basic Cache API but adding new features and addressing limitations in the Cache::Cache implementation.
CHIRP is a tool for automating the creation of configuration trees for Cricket. It supports a plugin architecture for adding drivers which produce Cricket configuration files and supports automatic detection of device types. When a network device is identified, CHIRP dynamically associates a driver with it to produce the configuration file.
CI-Eye is a powerful continuous integration build radiator requiring no installation and almost no set-up. CI-Eye talks to many different CI servers through their REST APIs (so no plug-ins are required). Currently, support is offered for Hudson, Jenkins, and TeamCity. CI-Eye runs as a standalone Web application.
CI-Link is an object-oriented scripting language dedicated to building dynamic Web pages. It offers a structured and uniform approach to the concepts used to develop Web applications. Several gateways enable CI-link to interact with Java, .NET, COM, or XML applications. CI-Link also offers a strict approach to the notion of project that eases access to the different components and ressources of a project: classes, persistant objects, XML sheets, and so on.