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Daabli

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  Analyzed 6 months ago

Daabli is a simple cross-platform serialization framework for C++. It is designed to be as easy to use as possible and works with a 'C' style human editable format. If your application needs to load objects and data from human readable text files, then Daabli could be useful to you. For a full ... [More] list of features and how to get started, please refer to Daabli's project page here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/daabli/ [Less]

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constructionassistant

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Lightweight web application for managing customer, employee and procurement data in a small construction company.

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Coat

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

This module was inspired by the excellent Moose meta class which provides enhanced object creation for Perl5. Moose is great, but has huge dependencies which makes it difficult to use in restricted environments. This module implements the basic goodness of Moose, namely accessors automagic ... [More] , hook modifiers and inheritance facilities. It is not Moose but the small bunch of features provided are Moose-compatible. That means you can start with Coat and, if later you get to the point where you can or want to upgrade to Moose, your code won't have to change : every features provided by Coat exist in the Moose's API. You can consider Coat as an attempt to provide a self-dependent, Mini-Moose module. [Less]

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Xfce Task Manager

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Claimed by Xfce Desktop Environment Analyzed about 5 hours ago

Easy to use task manager.

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chameleon-theme

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A clean and lightweight WordPress theme from Alkivia. This theme has moved to their own page at Alkivia Site The project is now hosted at the WordPress themes pages Subverion repository in this page is not used anymore.

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+

lua-LIVR

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  Analyzed 3 days ago

lightweight Lua validator supporting Language Independent Validation Rules Specification 2.0 (LIVR)

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2 months since last commit

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webkitnavigo

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Small and light web browser using QT4 and his Webkit backend for rendering. Code is in Python2.5, with use of PyQt4.

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Swiftlet

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  Analyzed 4 days ago

Swiftlet is quite possibly the smallest MVC framework you'll ever use.

740 lines of code

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liteslide-engine

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Liteslide Engine is a light slideshow engine, not only in weight, but also in functionality. It takes little funny business to start up; Liteslide just takes an array of images objects and cycles them in an image box in the page itself. www.janahanzel.com is one site to use this engine, and the ... [More] first one to be implemented with the new V2B version of Liteslide. Liteslide features many changeable variables that can be dynamically modified, slideshow controls (nothing fancy, just play, pause, next and previous), fullsize display, descriptions for each image and a pre-load fail-safe. Documentation will be included in a future release, but I've tried to comment the code as much as possible, but it shouldn't be too much trouble to decipher it (if you understand JS). Liteslide is tested in Firefox 2, 3, IE 6 and 7. Opera, Safari, and Camino should work, as they have a very similar JS engine. I've not yet tested it on Chrome. This is why I need volunteers to test the project. If you're interested, you should have, or can simulate: Low bandwidth Slow processor speed Old browser (IE 6 and lower, Firefox 1, etc.), or one of the browsers specified above. Feel free to make modifications, distribute it, just make sure you don't 'accidentally' call it your own or 'forget' to leave credit if you use it. Thanks! [Less]

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Shiny: C/C++/Lua Profiler

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  Analyzed about 1 month ago

Shiny is a lightning fast, fully documented & by-far-easiest-to-use C/C++/Lua profiler with no extensive surgery. Results are smoothed & shown in run-time as a call-tree or sorted-by-time. Output also renderable as graphs in Ogre3D or your custom engine

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Licenses: MIT