Crystal is a programming language with a Ruby-inspired syntax, completely free of type declarations, still providing for static checks, and many modern idioms. It allows to bind and invoke C code directly. With a compiler that produces efficient native code.
GeoToad is a tool for serious geocachers. It lets you make advanced queries to find the perfect caches to hit on your day out, and export them to any imaginable format. Here is what it can do: On-demand queries for geocaches based on several constraints: query type, distance, difficulty, terrain, fav factor, size, type, unfound, trackables, cache age, last found date, title, description, found by, cache creator. Outputs cache listing and details to HTML, GPX, CSV, VCF, Text, Ozi, MXF, Tiger, GP
The youtube_dlhelper is a short tool for download and manage the downloaded files. You are running the program inside the command line with a Youtube URL. Then it aska for a group name or interpreters name. Now it creates a Subfolder inside your Musicdirectory. Then it makes a MP3 from the downloaded file and moves it to the folder.
Tupi is a design and authoring tool for digital artists interested in 2D Animation, offering an interface experience focused on 8-100 years old kids.
FPM is an incomplex software package build tool. It can import distribution files simply from source directories or zips, and generate RPM, DEB, TAR.GZ, Solaris packages, or OSXpkg from there. It also provides unified command line options for defining dependencies or add common meta attributes.
This is a scoring server built using Ruby on Rails by the Military Cyber Professionals Association (MCPA). It is free to use and extend under the MIT license. The goal of this project is to provide a standard generic scoring server that provides an easy way to add and modify problems and track statistics of a Cyber Capture the Flag event.
GitLab is a development collaboration tool and git DVCS frontend. It includes repository management features, code reviews, an issue tracker, activity feeds and wikis. GitLab provides fine-grained access control, user management, 5 permission levels and branch constraints, and can utilize LDAP/AD intranet authorization. Powered by Ruby on Rails it comes as open source package, and as commercial supported enterprise version.
Arcadia is a minimalistic editor (IDE) for the Ruby language written in Ruby using the classic Tcl/Tk GUI toolkit and developed with Arcadia itself. Some features include an editor with source browsing, syntax highlighting, and code completion, debug support, the ability to work on any platform where Ruby and Tcl-Tk work, a highly extensibility architecture, and support for RAD GUI building.
The e-mail server, which is the centerpiece of every company, is an inevitable instrument to communicate. Thanks to posty, you have now a secure and convenient opportunity to administrate all your email accounts. Because of our perfectly designed posty_API core you can link all of your own applications to posty or you just use our posty_Client, posty_webUI applications.
XPM is an experimental branch of fpm (effing package management). Both simplify generating DEB, RPM, OSX, Solaris packages and some language-specific bundle systems. Cross package maker (XPM) adds simpler target building per "-t deb,rpm,ipk" and convenient update filters. It also introduces a Windows EXE target, IPK/Listaller packages, support for PHP Phar archives, Composer bundle to system conversion, and a SRC input filter (for self-contained packaging info in scripting languages). "xpm" is
Ruby is a modern, dynamic, post object-oriented/functional programming language. It blends syntax and features from Perl, Lisp, Eiffel, Ada and Smalltalk, with flexible expressions, dynamic but strict typing, mixins and explicit scoping. It's available in different runtimes, on most platforms, and a complete extension ecosystem.
teeny security bugfix: This release includes the security fix for a OpenSSL extension s hostname
verification vulnerability (CVE-2015-1855) to follow RFC 6125 more strictly.
OpenSSL::Random made available on Windows.
Segfault in parse.y fixed.
Time locale and encoding fixes.
Enable smart chomp for all strings.
File.c (rb_file_identical_p): fix handle leak, ensure to close
the handle of the first argument.
VirtKick is a simple virtual machine and docker container manager. It provides a VPS orchestration web dashboard, based on Ruby Middleman, and a backend with a JSON API to libvirt/KVM. Virtual machines can be run across a local network of servers.
Ruboto is a Ruby development tool chain and framework for generating native Android apps. It's based on JRuby and can utilize any Ruby library or gem, while still facilitating access to Android and Java APIs. Code generators are provided, packaging tools, rake/ant useable, deployment and testing helpers added.
Discourse is a discussion plattform. It provides a more fluent and accessible web interface than common bulletin boards or forum software. Discussions are visualized cohesively through scroll auto-loading, are automatically hypertext-interconnected where related, provide dynamic notifications, and are generally unintrusive and simple to partake. Discourse moreover prefers federated/social logins, encourages creative commons sharing, allows easy media embedding per drag and drop, uses a visual Ma
SQL Relay provides a database proxy connection pool, load balancing, query routing and filtering. It eases replication and scalability. It supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQlite, ODBC, Oracle, Sybase, DB2, Firebird, MS SQL Server and MS Access. There are drop-in MySQL and PostgreSQL libraries to use it without client adaption. A native SQL Relay client API is also available for C, C++, C#, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Java, TCL and Erlang, or drivers for Perls DBI, Pythons DB, Rubys DBI or PHPs PDO and
BenchLab is a framework for realistic benchmarking of web applications. It commands multiple real browser instances, takes WAN connections and CDN latency or load balancing into account, and actually measures the complete page resource loading.
Pretty Good Privacy is already there. With GnuPG we have a great implementation. But the handling is too complicated for many people. They don't understand. That's the reason for pEp – pretty Easy privacy. It automates the usage of GnuPG, it automates keymanagement, it encrypts whenever possible while the user just presses “send”. And it's not only (but also) for E-Mail. It's for Whatsapp, Facebook messages, Jabber, and many more. And the best: when both sides are using a client with the p
OneToFive is a mathematical puzzle game. The aim is to fill up the grid with numbers in the range 1 to 5 according to given combination constraints (one number pair, two pairs, three of a kind, straight, full house, four of a kind, five of a kind).