bttvgrab is a program for grabbing video sequences using a bt848-based frame grabber card (e.g. Hauppauge WinTV, Miro PCTV...). The goal of bttvgrab is to provide high-quality grabbing suitable for video recording. Currently, this is accomplished by trying hard not to leave out a single frame, and to catch temproary delays by buffering several frames. In the future, synchronized sound will be part of it. Then you can create mpeg movies using mpeg2enc, the output files will be prepared for that, so that the conversion can be done by a simple shell script.
Fl_Editor is a word-wrapping text editor widget for the FLTK toolkit. It supports CUA-style editing keys, automatic scrollbar display, load and save to file or buffer, and more. Fl_Editor includes subclasses with status and position display, find and replace, a couple of utility widgets, a status panel and a progress bar that can be used independent of any of the editors.
SDLmm is a C++ glue library for SDL, or the Simple DirectMedia Layer, which is a generic API that provides low level access to audio, keyboard, joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL, and 2D framebuffer across multiple platforms. SDLmm aims to stay as close as possible to the C API while taking advantage of native C++ features like object orientation. It also aims to be as platform independent as possible.
libffi is a library that really only provides the lowest, machine dependent layer of a fully featured foreign function interface. A layer must exist above libffi that handles type conversions for values passed between the two languages. ffi stands for Foreign Function Interface. A foreign function interface is the popular name for the interface that allows code written in one language to call code written in another language.
SigLab is a calculator designed for working on signals. You can use it to load, save, or generate signals, and do various operations on and between signals (addition, log, abs, sin, filtering, convolution, fft, correlation, etc.). Signal parts are constantly displayed. SigLab was designed to be able to handle the results of simulations or measurements. It can handle signals with millions of points, keeping in memory a small piece of each signal. To keep good performance, it caches in memory signal portions. SigLab was specifically designed for Ptolemy users. It will start at the end of a simulation and show all asked signals.
The SFL (Standard Function Library) is written in ANSI C and has been ported to MS-DOS, Windows, OS/2, Linux and other Unix systems (IBM AIX, SunOS, HP/UX, Solaris, NetBSD, FreeBSD, SCO OpenServer, Digital UNIX), and Digital OpenVMS. It provides about 450 functions that cover these areas: compression, encryption, and encoding, datatype conversion and formatting, dates, times, and calendars, directory and environment access, user and process groups, inverted bitmap indices, symbol tables, error message files, configuration files, string manipulation and searching, file access, Internet socket access, Internet programming (MIME, CGI), SMTP (e-mail) access, server (batch) programming, and program tracing.
The EJBWizard is a graphical tool written in Java to assist in the rapid prototyping on Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) and JavaServer Pages (JSPs) that manipulate them. Originally designed to work with the JOnAS EJB server system, the EJBWizard has been expanded to create beans suitable for use with virtually any EJB server system.