Hunny MIME++ is a cross-platform C++ class library for parsing, generating, and modifying MIME messages. MIME++ has many features, including support for popular character encodings and HTML email. One of MIME++'s unique features is its document object model for MIME. MIME++ has been actively developed since 1997, making it reliable, secure, intuitive, and well documented.
Obix is an object-oriented, portable, open-source programming language, specifically designed to increase the reliability, productivity, and simplicity in software development projects. The aim is to achieve these three important goals through a unique combination of proven and innovative concepts supporting the "Fail fast!" principle.
AnyStock is a flexible Flash-based solution to create interactive and attractive stock and financial charts. It supports large datasets and provides great scrolling options. It features built-in technical indicators (SMA, EMA, MCAD, Bollinger Bands, etc.), drawings (lines, shapes, Fibonacci tools), and localization support. It is driven by an XML/JSON interface and is easily used. All scripting languages (ASP, PHP, Ruby, Perl, etc.) are supported.
IfcOpenShell is a software library that helps users and software developers to work with the IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) file format. The IFC file format can be used to describe building and construction data. The format is commonly used for building information modelling. IfcOpenShell uses Open CASCADE to convert the implicit geometry in IFC files into explicit geometry. At the time of writing, IfcOpenShell provides an importer for Autodesk 3ds Max, an importer for Blender, and a stand-alone application to convert an IFC file into a Wavefront .obj file. Furthermore, software developers are explicitly encouraged to use the IfcOpenShell library in their own applications.
h5tools provides third-party tools for working with data where the underlying storage object is HDF5. The toolkit currently has two utilities in it: The HDF5 NeXus writer API is a set of functions which allows writing data in the NeXus data format, using only HDF5 function calls. H5merge will merge any two HDF5 or NetCDF4 files.