PrecisionID MICR E13B Fonts contains one multi-purpose MICR E-13B font and 10 additional variations of this font that include light, bold, wide, and narrow versions. All of these fonts are provided in both TrueType and PostScript format. It also provides placement instructions and a MICR calibration tool, which can be used to determine if you need to implement one of the variations of this font. A setup file is supplied to ease installation.
RationalPlan Project Server is a project management platform capable of handling multiple interrelated projects and concurrent user modifications. It is a project management software solution for those that need to work as a team on common tasks and projects. It provides a centralized management solution for a company's projects while offering concurrent/controlled access for different users.
Telecom Web Services Toolkit Preview is an integrated development environment for creating telecom-enabled applications through Web Services for WSAD. This enables any ISV or Web developer without specialized telecom knowledge to easily build telecom-enabled applications. It includes an integrated simulator that provides an end-to-end solution for developing and testing telecom applications that use Parlay X APIs. Parlay X Standards are a set of simplified telecom APIs based on Web services published by the Parlay Group and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).
Choerbaerts Suche nach dem Rönk (Choerbaerts search for the Rönk, or CSNDR for short) is the name of a 2d adventure. Its code is based on SDL and OpenGL. It is written in C++. At the moment, it is still under heavy development. There are playable releases available, but they are mainly for testing purposes without any story elements.
Pymultitool is a Python extension that provides a high-level interface to IBM Rational ClearCase MultiSite, suitable for scripting solutions. Pymultitool links directly against ClearCase libraries, saving you from the extra processing usually encountered in scripts that interact with ClearCase MultiSite, where the creation of a multitool subprocess is required to handle a request.