codstats.tcl is an eggdrop Tcl script that communicates with a Call Of Duty (COD) server to allow interaction between the game and an IRC channel. It can accept commands on an IRC channel to display statistics from the COD server. It can mirror in-game speech in an IRC channel and vice versa. It can also display server joins/parts on an IRC channel and periodically announce the number of players on the server.
Pre-Book is a PC bookings and reservation system consisting of a Linux based server, and Windows and Linux client management software. Pre-book enables you to enforce equitable time usage of your desktop computers by limiting users to a set amount of time per day, and has numerous advanced features such as advance reservations, grace periods, no-show penalties, holiday hours, PAM authentication, etc. It is appropriate for libraries, schools, Internet cafes, university labs, and similar. The client software is available for Windows as well as Userful Desktop, a locked-down multiseat desktop Linux distribution for public computers.
TK10 is a GUI for the Bottlerocket program. It provides a graphical interface for controlling X10 modules that come with the X10 Firecracker kit. TK10 is designed to mimic the look and functionality of the HR12A controller unit that comes with the X10 Firecracker kit. If you are familiar with the HR12A, then you will find TK10 very easy to use. The on/off/dim buttons, device letter dial, and device number range switch work just like in the HR12A, and you can also edit the device labels.
The QConsole class is a custom widget that implements a basic console, written in C++ and relying on Qt. It implements several features and is intended to be inherited from in order to have a "real" console for a specific scripting language, shell, etc. Example implementations for TCL and Python are included.
Tamil Converters is a collection of programs for converting among a variety of encodings and transliterations of Tamil, including: Unicode, ISCII, TSCII, ITRANS, the International Phonetic Alphabet, the Koln, Penn, and Colloquial Tamil romanizations, ISO-15919 transliteration, and Unicode character names enclosed in angle brackets (as in POSIX locale source files).