Glypha III is a Mac OS X port of the classic arcade game in which you are placed inside an Egyptian temple and forced to do battle with Sphinxes in order to gain the honour of a place in the High Scores. The game is based on Joust and features sound and animated graphics from the original Mac version.
This project intends to provide C++ programmers with an easy interface to logging facilities such as stderr, log files, syslog, and others that might come in handy later on. The interface is provided by global std::ostream objects similar to cout and cerr, allowing programmers to easily port programs to this library. One of it's main features is the ability to define debug levels, for which only inferior levels would be output. This project came from the need to have a really simple interface for debugging that required very few changes to existing code that uses cout and cerr.
smalloc (Static memory buffer malloc) is simple malloc-like memory allocator library. It can be embedded in any existing C project, since it has no external dependencies. When given a big memory buffer, it will handle allocations from that buffer. You can also add new buffers to the allocator after it has been initialized, and smalloc will auto-merge adjacent buffers if possible. It was designed to be used in kernel-side RTLinux and RTAI modules.
Classfile Reader & Writer is a Java package that makes it easy to read and write Java class files. It does not provide any help with displaying the contents of a class file (besides debug output) or disassembe the byte codes, but can read "obfuscated" class files such as those generated by Crema.
IDABench is a Web interface to many intrusion analysis tools. By the use of simple plug-ins, it allows an analyst to twist and turn hourly packet logs through such utilities as tcpdump, ngrep, tethereal, etc. Output is textual web pages, gnuplot graphs, and downloadable composite binary dumpfiles. Based on the US Navy's SHADOW intrusion detection system, IDABench simplifies the writing of tcpdump filters, allows regular- expression context matching, and through a simple plugin API, can be extended to include other libpcap- based analysis tools, such as Snort, p0f, etc.