gphoto2 2.5.15

gPhoto (GNU Photo) is a command line tool for previewing, retrieving, and capturing imaggPhoto (GNU Photo) is a command line tool for previewing, retrieving, and capturing images from a range of supported digital cameras to your local hard drive. It does not support digital cameras based on the USB storage protocol, because those can be mounted by Linux directly. Find the list of supported cameras at the following URL: http://gphoto.org/proj/libgphoto2/support.php or by running gphoto2 --list

libgphoto2 2.5.15

libgphoto2 is a set of libraries for previewing, retrieving, and capturing images from a range of supported digital cameras to your local hard drive. It does not support digital cameras based on the USB storage protocol, those can be mounted by Linux directly. The list of current cameras can be found on: http://gphoto.org/proj/libgphoto2/support.php or by running gphoto2 --list-cameras

Q Light Controller Plus 4.11.0

QLC+ is a tool to control DMX and analog lighting systems. It can orchestrate moving heads, dimmers, scanners etc. It's a fork of QLC with new features comparable to commercial control systems.

4diac 1.8.4

The general aim of the 4DIAC initiative is to provide an open, free, IEC 61499 standard compliant automation and control environment. The following open source projects are in the focus of the 4DIAC initiative: * FORTE (4DIAC-RTE): Modular IEC 61499 compliant Runtime Environment for small embedded devices (16/32 Bit), implemented in C++ * 4DIAC-IDE: Modular IEC 61499 compliant Integrated Engineering Environment based on the Eclipse open tool framework * 4DIAC-LIB: Library of function block

SCCS 5.08

SCCS is an implementation of the POSIX standard Source Code Control System. It is based on the original UNIX SCCS code provided by Sun as part of OpenSolaris and was made portable to other platforms. This version is a major enhancement on the original code.