libxspf brings XSPF playlist reading and writing support to your C++ application. Both version 0 and 1 are supported. libxspf uses Expat for XML parsing and CppTest for unit testing. libxspf is the official reference implementation for XSPF of the Xiph.Org Foundation.
Dolt provides a drop-in replacement for libtool that significantly decreases compile times on the platforms it supports. Rather than the libtool approach of running a large script for every compile that repeatedly figures out how to build libraries on the platform, dolt figures out those details at
... [More] configure time and writes out a minimal doltcompile script containing only the commands needed to build a library on the current platform.
If you use automake, autoconf, and libtool, then using dolt just requires two steps:
1. add DOLT after the call to LT_INIT, AC_PATH_LIBTOOL, or AM_PATH_LIBTOOL in your configure.ac or configure.in script, and
2. append dolt.m4 to your project's acinclude.m4.
For any platform Dolt does not support, it will transparently fall back to libtool. [Less]
This is a no-op service using Facebook's Thrift framework. The intent is to use this as a base for new projects. The skeleton is intended to give service writers a build/test/release template to ease the pain of dealing with all the autoconf stuff.
InfinityCore is a fork off MaNGOS, focusing on stability and working features. It merges from various other projects, namely, TrinityCore and ScriptDev2. Please see the IC Constitution at the forums for further info.
OpenWoW is a free, Open Source implementation of a game server compatible with the World of Warcraft game client.
"OpenWoW continued" continues where original OpenWoW stopped, and tries to support WoW client of the 1.2.x branch in order to create a functional server.