CCCC (C and C++ Code Counter) is a simple command line tool which parses files in the supported languages and builds a set of reports in HTML of numeric measurements (metrics) on those files. Metrics are divided into three groups. Procedural metrics include lines of code, lines of comment and McCabe's cyclomatic complexity. Metrics of OO design (proposed by Chidamber and Kemerer) include depth of inheritance tree, number of children, coupling between objects, and weighted methods per class. Structural metrics (based on the work of Henry and Kafura), include fan-in, fan-out and information flow.
CCMATH is a mathematics library, coded in C, that contains functions for linear algebra, numerical integration, geometry and trigonometry, curve fitting, roots and optimization, Fourier analysis, simulation generation, statistics, special functions, sorts and searches, time series models, complex arithmetic, and high precision computations.
GNU ccScript offers a class extensible threaded embedded scripting engine for use with the Common C++ GNU package. This engine is also used in Bayonne (the GNU telephony server), and in TOSI (FreeBSD and GNU/Linux PBX integration servers). This engine differs from traditional scripting systems in that it is used to script near real-time state-event systems through deterministic callback step execution rather than the linear and non-deterministic fashion of embedded script libraries such as tcl, and libguile.
cdb is a fast, reliable, lightweight package for creating and reading constant databases. It features fast lookups, low overhead, no random limits, fast atomic database replacement, and fast database dumps. cdb is designed to be used in mission-critical applications like email. Database replacement is safe against system crashes. Readers don't have to pause during a rewrite.
The CDDB/CDDB_get Perl module gets the CDDB info for an audio CD. The included script was intended as a demo for CDDB_get, but over time it has gained powerful features like the ability to write to a database, offline mode, HTTP mode (including proxy), saving in standard XMCD format, and writing 'lame' commands.
Cervisia is a KDE graphical frontend for the CVS client. It features checking out a module from a repository, updating or retrieving the status of a working directory or single files, common operations like add, remove and commit, diff against the repository and between different revisions, annotated view of a file, view of the log messages in tree and list form as well as resolving of conflicts in a file.
cexcept (pronounced "see except" in English) is a package providing a Try/Catch/Throw exception handling interface for ANSI C (C89 and subsequent ISO standards). It does not attempt to handle "real" exceptions like floating-point exceptions or addressing exceptions; it is intended as an enhanced user-friendly alternative to setjmp() and longjmp().
CfgTie is a package of Perl modules and tools. These make it easier to configure and maintain Unix computers. The idea is that just about everything in your machines environment can be operable through a single consistent interface. This is a set of tools that make many of the various configuration subsystem in your machine appear to be Perl variables of some sort.