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  Software titles : 101-117 of  117 found.
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101 - Useful Java Application Components (0.9.25)
UJAC provides a collection of JAVA components which may be useful in some projects.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  6/14/2007 Download Now
102 - GNU Make (3.81)
GNU Make is a tool that controls the generation of executables and other non-source files.
License: Freeware    OS: Unix    Size: 1.1 MB
  9/11/2005 Download Now
103 - BScript (0.3)
BScript is a (yet another) BASIC interpreter. It is free software and open-sourced, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later. You can use BScript to teach BASIC to your students, write understandable shell scripts (good bye, spaghetti code!), automate simple tasks, or even write a game!
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  3/14/2007 Download Now
104 - aplus (4.20)
A+ is a powerful and efficient programming language. It is freely available under the GNU General Public License.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  10/20/2007 Download Now
105 - ghli (0.0.2)
ghli is GPMI's Highlevel Language Interpreter, developed to operate under GPMI, though it works as a standalone script interpreter as well.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  2/30/2007 Download Now
106 - mkpkg (0.0.3)
This is a small toolkit for automagically building slackware of OpenLab packages.
License: Freeware    OS: Unix    Size: 109 KB
  10/21/2005 Download Now
107 - The Sleep Scripting Project (2.0)
Sleep is a perl inspired embed-able scripting language for Java applications.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  2/22/2007 Download Now
108 - JamVM (1.3.1)
JamVM project is a new Java Virtual Machine which conforms to the JVM specification version 2 (blue book). In comparison to most other VM's (free and commercial) it is extremely small, with a stripped executable on PowerPC of only ~130K, and Intel 100K.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  9/13/2007 Download Now
109 - WebComp (0.10)
WebComp is an experiment on how to compose and configure web-sites from various existing components (static HTML, Java Servlets, Java server pages and other), by scripting. It includes a scripting language, a component model/framework and a set of basic pluggable components to use with it.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  7/2/2007 Download Now
110 - Prothon (0.1.2)
Prothon is a new dynamic object-oriented language that improves upon the excellent language Python. While not compatible with Python, Prothon is close enough for Python code to be easily ported to Prothon.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  5/5/2007 Download Now
111 - Kdevelop (3.2.0)
Kdevelop is a new C++ development environment for UNIX and KDE.
License: Freeware    OS: Unix    Size: 8 MB
  11/26/2005 Download Now
112 - JTree (
Tree-structured Java Menu Applet
License: Shareware    OS: Mac OS    Size: 307 KB
  9/13/2005 Download Now
113 - The Frink Language (2005-09-12)
Frink is a practical calculating tool and programming language designed to help us all to better understand the world around us, to help us get calculations right without getting bogged down in the mechanics, and to make a tool that's really useful in the real world.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  5/14/2007 Download Now
114 - Argh! (0.2.3)
Argh! is an esoteric programming language in the spirit of Befunge, Brainfuck, and friends. Argh! project is a nice and simple language with two dimensional code-flow, a combined code/data array, an infinite stack, regular characters for all instructions, no strange braces or symbols, no unnecessary arithmetic operators (add and sub are all you need), and countless other features it doesn't have.
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  9/5/2007 Download Now
115 - Component Designer (2.2)
Easily run robotics, expert systems, custom scripts, neural networks, artificial intelligence...
License: Shareware    OS: Unix    Size: 1.1 MB
  8/13/2005 Download Now
116 - Q (6.0)
Thus, a Q program or "script" is simply a collection of equations which are used to evaluate expressions in a symbolic fashion. The equations establish algebraic identities and are interpreted as rewriting rules in order to reduce expressions to "normal forms". For instance, here is how you define a function sqr which squares its argument by multiplying it with itself:
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  1/20/2007 Download Now
117 - wsdebug (0.1)
wsdebug is a debugger for the more or less famous whitespace programming language, coming along with a rather fast interpreter (wsi).
License: Shareware    OS: Unix
  5/29/2007 Download Now

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