tk75 is a multiplatform control and cloning program for the ICOM IC-R75 shortwave receiver. It lets you control the IC-R75 from a computer and download/upload the radio's memory channels from/to a csv (comma-separated values) file using a graphical user interface. A logging facility records active frequencies, intercept time, and relative signal strength automatically while scanning. A session history window lets you return to a frequency you've monitored using a single mouse click. tk75 affords easy access to radio controls which are buried within the radio's menus (e.g., DSP Noise Reduction level).
NetUP UTM is a universal billing system for internet service providers of any size. Its modern approach to traffic accounting makes the system compatible with all popular platforms and network devices. Its key features include realtime traffic processing, Cisco Netflow and IP Accounting data collection, support for RADIUS authentication, and cross-platform compatibility. The core of the system is a smart and reliable accounting engine working directly with network equipment. It supports up to 100,000 users at a total speed of up to 3 Gbps. A flexible ratings engine and efficient administration tools make UTM a complete solution for IP/VoIP/WiFi/dial-up billing.
oRTP is a library implementing the Real-time Transport Protocol (RFC3550), written in C. It is easy to use and provides a packet scheduler for sending and receiving packets on time, adaptive jitter compensation, automatic sending of RTCP compound packets, and the RTCP parser API. It works with IPv6.
YaBasic Libraries contain routines for creating temporary files, reading values from the MS-Windows registry, retrieving proxy settings from a file or the registry, creating regular expressions for the PHP function preg_replace, conversions from/to octal numbers, recalculating colors from one colorspace to another, gamma correction (including gamma correcting of HTML pages), reading binary files, generating random numbers from the /dev/random device, string replacement, creating SQL commands (inserting binary files into a database), solving linear equations, and encryption with TEA (Tiny Encryption Algorithm).
Tile World is an emulator of "Chip's Challenge", a popular game created for the Atari Lynx and later ported to MS Windows 3.x. "Chip's Challenge" is a tile-based game, demanding complex puzzle-solving and occasionally quick reflexes. Tile World, in addition to bringing the game to modern OSes, provides emulation of the Atari Lynx version in addition to the more well-known Windows version of the game. It also deals with user-created levels intelligently, and provides game-saving features, customization, etc.
XWelltris is a 2.5D Tetris-like game. Imagine that you are looking into a glass from the top. You see four walls and the bottom. Flat 2D figures fall down from the walls one by one. You can move these figures from one wall to another or rotate them. If the figure leaves the wall, then it moves to the bottom while another figure is pushed. You need to form full rows or columns on the bottom. When you form such row it disappears and you receive additional empty space on the bottom and your score increases. Extra points are earned by making more rows disappear at the same time. If you can't place a whole figure on the bottom, then it stays on the wall and you can't place figures on that wall for a while.
Device::ParallelPort is a Perl API that allows low level access to the parallel port of most computers. It does this by using a number of drivers, which can be customized and added to, including Linux (direct and parport), Win32, Script, Dummy, and more. It also contains a number of direct access devices including an example printer and a relay controller card.