16882 projects tagged "POSIX"

Download Website Updated 26 Sep 2002 Yehia

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The Yehia Framework provides plugin management for C++ programs. You can conveniently incorporate both compiled and interpreted-language plugins into C++ programs. The use of several scripting languages in a single program is possible, and each scripting language runs either in the main thread of the program or in a separate thread.

Download Website Updated 02 Feb 2010 WebNews news reader

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WebNews is a CGI-based NNTP newsreader written in Perl, designed for ease of use (minimal configuration required) and multiple concurrent user accesses.

Download Website Updated 08 May 2013 VMIPS

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vmips is a virtual machine simulator based around a MIPS R3000 RISC CPU core. It is an open-source project written in GNU C++.

Download Website Updated 28 Oct 2013 IMAPFilter

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IMAPFilter is a mail filtering utility. It connects to remote mail servers using the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), sends searching queries to the server, and processes mailboxes based on the results.

Download Website Updated 28 Aug 2002 phpCalender

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phpCalender is a PHP3 application that allows you to easily include a web calender into your web site. phpCalender's features include monthly calender browsing, adding appointments and administration tools to modify or delete appointments. It's also provides an email-based reminder service.

Download Website Updated 08 Feb 2009 MailScanner

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MailScanner is an email virus scanner, vulnerability protector, and spam tagger. It supports the Postfix, Sendmail, Exim, Qmail, and ZMailer MTAs, and the Sophos, McAfee, F-Prot, F-Secure, CommandAV, InoculateIT, Inoculan, eTrust, Kaspersky, Nod32, AntiVir, BitDefender, RAV, Panda, DrWeb, ClamAV, and other anti-virus scanners. It uses SpamAssassin for highly successful spam identification, and is designed to handle denial of service attacks. It will detect password-protected zip files and apply filename checking to their contents. It is very easy to install, requires no changes at all to your sendmail.cf file, is designed to be lightweight, and won't grind your mail system to a halt with its load. It can be integrated into any email system, regardless of the software in use.

Download Website Updated 05 Sep 2001 gVRflash

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gVRflash is a graphical frontend for the standard flash utility supplied with the Agenda VR3 (vrflash). It uses a GUI-independent backend to handle vrflash, so it is very easy to implement another frontend.

Download Website Updated 12 Sep 2007 Kwest

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Kwest is an interpreter for Infocom and other Z-machine interactive fiction games. It is based on Frotz and tries to comply with standard 1.0 of Graham Nelson's Z-machine specification. Features include a fairly complete Z-machine interpreter, support for zblorb files and bibliographic information, support for color, styles, and timed input (sound and V6 pictures are not yet supported), input-editing facilities such as command history and tab completion (like Frotz), and more.

Download Website Updated 27 Jul 2003 jMax

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jMax is a visual programming environment for building interactive real-time musical and multimedia applications by allowing the user to interactively design dataflow circuits. The basic data types that can go through are integers, symbols, lists, etc. It is an event-driven system and has been used for MIDI processing. A second part of the system (DSP) allows a continuous signal to flow through a circuit, which is most useful for PCM sound (ie. microphone, sound files, etc.). The system is extensible by using shared libraries, you may add data processor types, data types, GUI elements, device types, and more. Data processors may also be designed as circuits and reused.

Download Website Updated 23 Apr 2012 renameutils

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The file renaming utilities (renameutils for short) are a set of programs designed to make renaming of files faster and less cumbersome. qmv ("quick move") allows file names to be edited in a text editor. The names of all files in a directory are written to a text file, which is then edited by the user. The text file is read and parsed, and the changes are applied to the files. qcp copies files instead of renaming them. imv ("interactive move"), is trivial but useful when you are too lazy to type (or even complete) the name of the file to rename twice. It allows a file name to be edited in the terminal using the GNU Readline library. Similarly, icp copies files instead of renaming them.

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SQLObject

A object-relational mapper.

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Lynis

A security audit and hardening tool.