230 projects tagged "MIT"

No download No website Updated 05 Sep 2013 st project

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st is a script that provides basic functions used in descriptive statistics: mean, variance, standard deviation, sum, min, max, median, percentile, and quantile.

No download No website Updated 10 Nov 2009 superpy

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Superpy distributes Python programs across a cluster of machines or across multiple processors on a single machine. Superpy lets you send tasks to remote servers or to the same machine via XML RPC call. It has a GUI to launch, monitor, and kill remote tasks. It works on both Linux and Windows and can run as a Windows service with submitted jobs running as the service user or the submitting user via password authentication.

No download Website Updated 31 Dec 2010 udiskie

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udiskie is a simple automounting daemon that uses udisks as the backend.

Download Website Updated 29 Jun 2012 vu8

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vu8 is a project that allows one to give JavaScript access to C++ classes and methods. The binding library is a header-only library that uses template metaprogramming extensively to make binding as easy as possible for the library user. vu8 also provides a library to add "vu8.load" to the v8 JavaScript context, which is a system for loading C++ plugins from shared libraries. Cmake modules are provided to make it easy to build C++ modules for use with "vu8.load". A binary is also provided for running JavaScript files in a context which has vu8 module loading functions provided.

No download Website Updated 18 Oct 2010 vxlog

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vxlog is a C++ library for writing messages to log files. Its main feature is a printf-like syntax. Messages can be output to file, the console, and using syslog. Output messages and journal modules can be filtered. The library is thread-safe.

Download No website Updated 06 Nov 2010 vxref

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vxref provides integration of the xref tool into vim. The xref tool is a cross referencing and refactoring tool with a free version available that parses C and Java code, and a paid version that parses C++. vxref brings solid auto-completion (as opposed to all sorts of flakey varieties such as omni-complete) and accurate code browsing with scope information to vim.

Download Website Updated 23 Jun 2013 wallpaperd

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wallpaperd is a wallpaper setting daemon that supports setting the wallpaper using a set of different strategies. Wallpapers can be changed based on workspace number, workspace name, on a timed interval, or using Gnome .xml background lists.

Download Website Updated 15 Jul 2013 wayland

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Wayland is a protocol for a compositor to talk to its clients, as well as a C library implementation of that protocol. The compositor can be a standalone display server running on Linux kernel modesetting and evdev input devices, an X application, or a wayland client itself. The clients can be traditional applications, X servers (rootless or fullscreen), or other display servers.

Download Website Updated 08 Sep 2012 webmanner

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webmanner is a man page-to-HTML converter.

Download Website Updated 20 Dec 2011 xplain2sql

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xplain2sql converts files from Xplain to SQL. It supports a very large subset of Xplain, and it can convert from Xplain to Microsoft SQL Server, DB/2, Inprise InterBase, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MySQL 5, SQLite 3 or ANSI-92 SQL. It can also generate an XML description of the generated SQL. This XML description can be used to create low-level middle-tier code. Example stylesheets for Eiffel/ECLI and Delphi/ADO are included. The C source code release should compile on any platform with an ANSI C compiler. There are binary releases for FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris x86, and Windows 2000.

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PostGIS

GIS extensions to the PostgreSQL relational database server.

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etmTk

An event and task manager.