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.
Hippojump is an alert management application that allows you to track RSS, XML, HTML, and Web services with specific keywords, and deliver the results to devices such as desktop, email, and SMS. It is an Eclipse-based RCP application, and is extensible via plugins. Examples of alerts include notification of movies with reviews of greater than 70%, of news that match certain keywords, of travel deals that relate to a cruise in a particular place, and of good deals on tickets to shows or famous destinations.
NUTSS (NAT, URIs, Tunnels, SIP, and STUNT) is a network architecture that combines data-decoupled signaling and data-coupled signaling to establish Internet flows. The goal is to enable intermediary systems like firewalls and NATs, which can intercept the signals, to discover the intent of a network connection. The intermediaries can then facilitate the connection setup or enforce other policies.
Raggier is a plugin-based raytracer that supports XML format scenefiles, POV-Ray, and Polyray scenefiles. Other facilities planned include Lindermayer Systems (L-Systems), AVI/OGM (Ogg Vorbis)/Matroska animations, and a Perl/PHP Web interface. Raggier uses the Libtrace library, modified with various fixes to get it to compile using gcc 3.x and to improve the results. The modified version is called LibTraceMod and is available in the CVS.
nCore is an efficient and portable C++ library for developers. It includes a set of several satellite C++ classes to perform threading, file I/O (with endian-awareness), networking (TCP, UDP, IPv4, and IPv6), high-perf timing, easy logging with pluggable sinks, memory allocation debugging, hashing (MD5, string, CRC32, CRC16, and CRC8), loading of dynamic libraries (shared objects), dog-tagging (your final application/library binary file(s)), handling wide string manipulation methods through a single class (StringA), and more. Each of those features can be turned off at compile-time to make the final binary file smaller.