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power-architect

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

The Power*Architect, sponsored by SQL Power Group Inc, is a cross-platform, open-source data modeling tool with a GUI and an embeddable API. For more information, see the Power*Architect web page at http://www.sqlpower.ca/page/architect Power*Architect 0.9.13 Released!Power*Architect 0.9.13 ... [More] has been released! A lot of changes have been made since 0.9.12, so be sure to check out the Release Notes for all the details! Power*Architect 0.9.12 and older releases are still available for download. Bug databaseWe are not currently using the bug database provided by Google Code, because we have a long history already built up in our own Bugzilla instance. Access the Architect's Bugzilla database here: http://trillian.sqlpower.ca/bugzilla Volunteers WelcomeTo get started as a developer i [Less]

450K lines of code

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over 2 years since last commit

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sqlpower-library

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

The SQL Power Library has grown organically over the years to support several applications. The projects that use this library include: SQL Power Architect is an open-source data modeling tool. SQL Power DQguru (formerly known as SQL Power MatchMaker) is an open-source data cleansing and ... [More] de-duping tool. SQL Power Wabit is an open-source Business Intelligence reporting and ad-hoc querying tool. [Less]

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about 2 years since last commit

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ant-googlecode

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

This project currently provides a single Ant task which uploads files to a Google Code project's file space. The typical use case is release automation: The ant script can create release binaries and upload the results to Google Code all in one step. If you are a .net developer using Nant, check ... [More] out Scott Alexander's port of this project: nant-googlecode [Less]

1.41K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 5 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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spectro-edit

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

Spectro-Edit reads in regular PCM audio files (currently, only 16-bit mono WAV is supported), then shows you the audio visually in a time vs. frequency plot. The fun part is, you can "paint out" any part of the visualization and play back the audio subject to your modifications. When you are happy ... [More] with the result, you can save your work back to a WAV file. This could be useful for podcasting (edit out microphone noise, chair squeaks, phones ringing, and other background noise), music (make strange and unusual modifications to the sound for artistic reasons), research (visualize animal calls or noise pollution from nearby industrial activity), and general purpose geekery (which is why I made it). To help get you started, check out the BasicInstructions and UsageExamples. Enjoy! Special ThanksThanks to Piotr Wendykier of Emory University for his JTransforms library, which Spectro-Edit uses for its fast and accurate DCT and IDCT routines. JTransforms is available under a MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0/ LGPL 2.1 tri-license. Spectro-Edit uses it under the terms of LGPL 2.1. Thanks also to Mark James for his Silk icon set. Spectro-Edit uses a mix of original and butchered (by me) icons from this set. The Silk icons are available under the Creative Commons Attribution License 2.5 Screenshot [Less]

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over 8 years since last commit

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wabit

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

SQL Power Wabit, sponsored by SQL Power Group Inc, is a cross-platform, open-source ad-hoc reporting tool with a GUI and an embeddable API. SQL Power Wabit 1.1.1 Released!Noteworthy Changes in 1.1.1 Improvements: Uses the SQLP Library's variable insertion GUI. Relational queries can expose ... [More] variables to other objects. Relational queries can use variables. OLAP queries can expose variables to other objects. Bug fixes: Replacing data source when opening local workspace causes problem with SQL queries Wabit deletes entire workspace file if it encounters an exception during save The stop button on the query text editor is never becoming enabled. Initial creation of report on trial server takes too much time Datasource copy issues between servers and clients SQL Power Wabit 1.1.0 Released!Noteworthy Changes in 1.1.0 Architectural refactoring - Many classes are now part of the SQL Power Library Stability enhancements for SQL Stream queries SQL Power Wabit 1.0.1 Released!Noteworthy Changes in 1.0.1 Bug Fixes Fixes a bug with the server where modifying an image would make all clients crash Fixes a bug with the server where modifying a relational query would make all clients crash Fixes a bug where creating relational queries might corrupt the JCR repository Numerous performance/stability enhancements Ability to create server-side data sources from clients Wabit 1.0.0 Released!Wabit 1.0.0 has been released! Notable changes include: User Interface Added 'Gratuitous Animation' feature to charts SQL Power Wabit Enterprise Server Support Added support for connecting to, and communicating with the SQL Power Wabit Enterprise Server Try it out and give us feedback on our forum! (http://www.sqlpower.ca/forum/forums/show/227.page) SQL Power Wabit Enterprise Edition ReleasedThe Enterprise Edition Server for SQL Power Wabit has been released. Using the server with the SQL Power Wabit client allows: Report scheduling and distribution Live collaboration Fine grained security Thin client web access To try out the Enterprise Edition go to the SQL Power Wabit download page at: http://download.sqlpower.ca/wabit/current.html If you want to use the Enterprise Edition for production use or for support see the product page at: http://www.sqlpower.ca/page/wabit-ep Other ProjectsIf you like the SQL Power Wabit, then you may be interested in other open-source projects sponsored by SQL Power: SQL Power DQguru (formerly known as the SQL Power MatchMaker) is an open-source data cleansing and de-duping tool. SQL Power Architect is an open-source data modeling tool. [Less]

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over 5 years since last commit

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grodbots

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

Build circuits from logic gates (AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR) in a visual editor. If you build your circuit properly, the robot will reach the cake, and everyone will be happy! In addition to the super-fun built in levels, there is a GUI level editor that you can use to build your own set of levels ... [More] , and have fun stumping your friends and enemies. [Less]

12.9K lines of code

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about 7 years since last commit

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power-matchmaker

  Analyzed over 1 year ago

SQL Power DQguru (formerly the SQL Power MatchMaker), sponsored by SQL Power Group Inc, is a cross-platform, open-source data cleansing tool. For more information, see the SQL Power DQguru web page at http://www.sqlpower.ca/page/dqguru SQL Power DQguru 0.9.7 Release now availableThe 0.9.7 ... [More] release includes out-of-the-box support for connecting to SQL Server 2008. A detailed list of changes is available at http://download.sqlpower.ca/dqguru/0.9.7/doc/ReleaseNotes.txt Bug databaseWe are now using the Issues Tracker provided by Google Code (see the Issues tab). If you wish to be notified of changes to issues, you may subscribe to the SQL Power DQguru Issues Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/dqguru-issues/ We still have a long history already built up in our own Bugzilla instance http://bugs.sqlpower.ca, so older issues may still be in there. Other ProjectsIf you like SQL Power DQguru, then you may be interested in other open-source projects sponsored by SQL Power: SQL Power Architect is an open-source data modeling tool. SQL Power Wabit is an open-source Business Intelligence reporting and ad-hoc querying tool. [Less]

337K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 6 years since last commit

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