maki is a Web-serving framework built on Python and XML. It allows a Web developer to send an XML input document through any number of steps, where each step is either a stylesheet transformation or a custom process. A processor that evaluates embedded Python code is included. The output of each step is passed as the input to the next step (similar to a Unix pipe). Additionally, the output of each processor step can be cached for a user-specified time period. All configuration is done in XML files that allow you to specify rules based on matching paths against Unix-style wildcard patterns or regular expressions.
PyChecker is a tool for finding common bugs in Python source code. It finds problems that are typically caught by a compiler (or lint) for less dynamic languages, like C and C++. Common errors that can be found include forgetting to import a module, misspelling a variable, passing the wrong number of parameters to a function/method, and not using a module/variable.
This program examines the current buffer and determines the indent style in use, then sets vim tabstop/shiftwidth/etc to work correctly with that style, and creates a syntax match to highlight any indentation in the file that does not match the selected style. It can be set up to auto-detect when opening files.
Teddy is an OpenGL-based 3D graphics library written in C++. Its main features are simple scene graph and windowing system-enabling multiple cameras, camera windows, and scenes. It focuses on easy and flexible manipulation of models and model materials in the scene graph. It contains a number of primitive objects like sphere, box, and cone, and it can load LightWave object and scene files.
rimric interactive offers complete intranet/Internet databasing and collaboration solutions for any sized business or project. You can maintain invoices, purchase orders, contacts, investment groups, securities, and other data sets, or establish a Wiki based on standards, all using the fastest technologies available.
OpenAI is a project which is centred around the advancement of Artificial Intelligence. The project itself is geared toward developing specifications for AI and a default implementation for a set of well known AI tools. This is OpenAI's Neural Network release. The software is written in Java and is built in a modular fashion so that new algorithms and learning rules can be created. Configuration and persistence will be done through XML and a CORBA interface is provided for applications that wish to incorporate the technology.
NetStereo is a server which runs on a computer with a sound card and plays music, primarily MP3s. What makes the NetStereo server special is that it accepts commands from remote clients. The server is written in Java, and it features the ability to plug in various methods of playing songs (currently mpg123 and the Java Media Framework) and various methods of communication (currently network and serial port). Currently available clients include a Java client which uses the Swing toolkit and a Palm client.