C/BOOKS consists of nine easy-to-use, fully-integrated accounting software modules that provide tools for working with accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger, order entry, inventory control, payroll, fixed assets, job costing, and purchase orders. It features an interactive visually-driven system with a consistent user interface. Online help is available for every input to explain the function keys and fields on the screen. It can be customized to meet a company's needs with the C/BASE 4GL application generation system, with which you can change file structures, report formats/layouts, and data input screens. Also, new applications created with C/BASE 4GL or C code can be linked to C/BOOKS accounting modules.
The "dpkg" suite contains the programs which handle Debian (.deb) packages. It was developed on Debian GNU/Linux but can be used on all Linux distributions and most Unix systems. The "dpkg" command can be used to install, remove and manage .deb binary packages, and it maintains a package database which gets updated on changes. It is also a front-end to the low-level "dpkg-deb" tool, which is oriented towards manipulating archives. However, the primary interface to dpkg is the "dselect" program, which is used to get and display packages for the user to select for (de)installation.
Duke Nukem Forever is part four in a series of PC games featuring Duke Nukem as the hero. Parts one (Duke Nukem) and two (Duke Nukem 2) were sidescrollers/platform games, and part three, Duke Nukem 3D, was an FPS. Duke Nukem 3D became one of the top-selling games of all time, and is a very important part of FPS gaming history; it is one of the few "legendary" titles, together with Quake and Doom. The game is one of the most sophisticated FPS games ever. It features everything the Unreal engine has, but also features things like LOD, skeletal animation, and motion capture, for an optimal playing experience.
FlagShip is a database development and porting system for moving xBase-based languages to Unix. It is a highly-optimized 4GL language, syntactically compatible to other xBase dialects like dBase, Clipper, Fox, etc. It is object oriented, but you don't need any OOP knowledge to use it. It supports the same code for DOS and Unix. It allows you to add C sources externally or inline in the program source, but does not require any C knowledge.
@UR6LAD So why didn't you click the "Submit a release" link right next to this?
@coffeecat Do you mean you've forked the code? If so, you should try submitting your new version to the current maintainers, then updating the record here once it's available on the projec...
@kidphoton Thanks, I updated our license tags for this project. Sincerely, Jeff
@bll69: Thanks, I fixed the announcement.