KBasic is a programming language related to VB.NET, Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Applications, and Java. It combines the best features of those tools and comes with built-in backward-compatibility support for VB, VBA, and QBasic. It also comes with support for VB.NET syntax, functions, and similar objects and classes. It allows developers with an installed base of VB applications to start developing for a mixed-platform environment. KBasic comprises a compiler, an interpreter, and an integrated development environment.
The GRIA Command Line Client interface has several advantages over the standard graphical interface. It provides the ability to automate various common actions through easy to write and use batch or shell scripts. Actions can be performed automatically without the need for interaction with the user, and chained together to form pipelines. In addition, the command line client uses less resources than the graphical interface.
The XE Toolkit is a multi-platform, network-aware, secure performance monitoring solution for tactical analysis of enterprise computing systems. It uses Java and provides an API in the form of Java jar files that contain the programmatic interfaces needed to craft custom tools. It remains a toolkit, perhaps more complex than the SE Toolkit, but also far more versatile.
Archive Games is a project to distribute games via the Internet in an easy-to-use compact interface. It allows users to browse, download, update, and launch games. Game authors can autonomously release patches to their users, who may update their installations with a single button click.
The Epeios MIDI to XML converter makes it possible to convert binary MIDI files to a format that allows them to be handled effectively with tools like CVS. If you put, using your favorite MIDI sequencer, the CVS '$Id$' tag (or other CVS tags) in the comment tag of the MIDI file, the changes made to this tag by CVS are propagated into the MIDI file.
DRLX is a DR-DOS application and Linux kernel that loads a fully functional Linux kernel from DR-DOS. It preserves DR- DOS in memory and on disk so that when Linux has completed execution, control is returned to DR-DOS. DRLX allows the ability to load and run Linux applications from native FAT32 (or FAT16) filesystems.