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2006-10-24 Utilizing Advanced FPGA Features Byte
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2006-10-24 Seven Best Practices to Achieving Higher Levels of Compliance Byte
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2006-07-10 Malware Responses: What To Do Before, During, And After An Attack Byte
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2006-07-10 Linksys Wireless-G WVC200 PTZ Internet Camera with Audio Byte
2006-07-10 5 Things To Know Before Installing Office 2007 Beta 2 Byte
2006-07-03 Using Supercapacitors to Extend Alkaline Battery Life in Portable Designs Byte
2006-07-03 Six Things You Didn't Know About Linux: A Beginners' Guide Byte
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2006-06-27 Implementing an Open IP Encryption Flow Byte
2006-06-27 Head To Head: Novell SUSE Linux vs. Windows Vista Byte
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2006-06-27 Build a PC-based Home Security System Byte
2006-06-26 Office 2007 Byte
2006-06-19 Now We Know Byte
2006-06-12 FlexGo and a New Form of Literacy Byte
2006-06-11 LinuxWorld Australia: Open Source Education Linux Today
2006-06-05 The Merry Month of May Byte
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2006-05-08 Not Just Yet! Byte
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2006-04-17 VISTA and Pournelle's Law Byte
2006-04-10 Boot Camp Byte
2006-04-05 Converting to C++/CLI Dr. Dobbs
2006-04-03 On the Go Byte
2006-03-30 Source Code Integration Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-28 The Tour de Converter Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-27 Building on eBay Web Services Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-27 Blu-ray, HD DVD, and Sony Bets the Company Byte
2006-03-24 Prototype DBMS Addresses Uncertainty; Proof-Carrying Code Workshop Planned Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-21 Sun Announces New Developer Programs Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-21 Challenges in .NET Functional Equivalence Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-20 The Return of Ma Bell Byte
2006-03-16 Translating .NET to .NET Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-14 Web Service "Amazon S3" Gives Developers Simple Data Storage Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-14 CMP Media Launches New Dr. Dobb's Journal Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-13 No Bye Bye Blackbery Byte
2006-03-07 .NET Convergence or Divergence? Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-06 The Future of Commercial Open Source Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-06 Steve McConnell on Software Estimation Dr. Dobbs
2006-03-06 Smile! A Happy Ending Byte
2006-02-28 Quantum Cryptography Research Advances and IBM Research May Extend Moore's Law Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-28 A Look at AJAX and Web 2.0 Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-27 Google In China Byte
2006-02-23 Computational Biology and Nanotube Ultracapacitors Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-21 VB6 to .NET: A Look Back at the Road Ahead Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-20 Moving Over the Software Byte
2006-02-15 New Ada Standard on the Horizon Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-14 XML and ADO.NET Best Practices Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-14 Web Services and Mobile Devices Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-13 Hall of Fame Inductees and ACM-ICPC World Finals Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-13 Building Alexis Byte
2006-02-08 Infrastructure Management Institute Launched Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-06 Algorithm Accuracy and Artificial Vision Dr. Dobbs
2006-02-05 The New York Camera Store Scam Byte
2006-02-01 Debugging and Full System Simulation Dr. Dobbs
2006-01-30 Tools for Systems Engineers Announced Dr. Dobbs
2006-01-30 Orchids and Onions: Round 4 Byte
2006-01-27 GNU Public License Updated for the First Time in Over a Decade Dr. Dobbs
2006-01-25 SCM Strategies Dr. Dobbs
2006-01-24 Migrating Data Access to .NET Dr. Dobbs
2006-01-23 Orchids and Onions: Round 3 Byte
2006-01-21 Robots Attack Dr. Dobbs
2006-01-21 Orchids and Onions: Round 2 Byte
2006-01-21 Orchids and Onions: Round 1 Byte
2006-01-21 Dual-Core Software Development and the Macintosh Dr. Dobbs
2005-12-26 Firefox! Byte
2005-12-19 Last Minute Christmas Chaos Byte
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2005-12-11 Programming for Reliability Dr. Dobbs
2005-12-05 More Christmas Chaos Byte
2005-11-28 Christmas Chaos Byte
2005-11-21 Sony and the Future of Copyright Byte
2005-11-14 Don't Steal This Column Byte
2005-11-07 Of Mice and DVD Drives Byte
2005-11-04 Dr. Dobbs
2005-10-31 Pod People Byte
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2005-10-26 The Beat Goes On Byte
2005-10-26 In Defense of Microsoft Byte
2005-10-24 .NET Cast: VB6 to VB.NET Upgrade Metrics Dr. Dobbs
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2005-10-17 Digital Life Conference: A Report Dr. Dobbs
2005-10-17 Dr. Dobbs
2005-10-16 tDiary -- A Web-based diary system (like weblog) written in Ruby . It is able to add comments by readers. Currently supported Japanese and English. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 rubyzip -- rubyzip is a ruby module for reading and writing zip files Sourceforge
2005-10-16 eXtensible PERl scripTable MUD client -- A MUD-Client for Windows (Win32) and KDE, featuring perl, python and ruby scripting, as well as multi-window output. The main focus is a very strong scripting engine (nearly everything is accessible from a script) while trying to stay user friendly. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 YAML.rb: YAML for Ruby -- YAML.rb is a YAML processor for the Ruby language, coded in pure Ruby . Its implementation is simple and small, designed to be used in place of PStore. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 WideStudio -- WideStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for building window applications in C++, Ruby , Python an Perl for Windows, MacOSX, Linux, FreeBSD, SOLARIS and other unix and BTRON and T-Engine. This is open and free (under MIT/X Consortiun Lice Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Web C Plus Plus (webcpp) -- Webcpp converts Ada95, ASP, Assembler, Basic, C, C#, C++, Cg, CLIPS, Fortran, Haskell, Java, Markup, Modula2, Objective C, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python, Renderman, Ruby , SQL, Tcl, Unix shell, UnrealScript & VHDL into HTML with syntax highlighting and themes Sourceforge
2005-10-16 The FreeMovie library -- The FreeMovie is an SWF generator library written in PHP and ported to Ruby . FreeMovie can be used to develop Web and desktop aplications. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Stanford Team Wins DARPA Grand Challenge Dr. Dobbs
2005-10-16 SpecTcl -- SpecTcl is a WYSIWYG GUI-Builder for Tcl/Tk, with sibblings for generating code in Perl, Java, Python & Ruby . It runs on all platforms where Tcl/Tk runs. It is simple and quick to use, yet still powerful when you know your Tcl/Tk. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 SWIG -- SWIG is a software development tool that reads C/C++ header files and generates wrapper code to make C/C++ code accessible from other languages including Perl, Python, Tcl, Ruby , PHP, Java, Ocaml, Lua, C#, Modula-3 and various Scheme and Lisp variants. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ruby Windows Installer -- The Ruby Installer for Windows project has moved to RubyForge. Please go to http://rubyinstaller.rubyforge.org/ Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ruby Development Tool -- The Ruby Development Tool is a Ruby IDE, composed of Ruby aware features/plugins for the Eclipse platform. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ruby DBI -- IMPORTANT: Ruby /DBI moved to http://rubyforge.org/projects/ ruby -dbi. ruby -dbi provides a DBI interface to databases for the Ruby programming language: databases access made simple. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ruby /FLTK -- Ruby /FLTK is a Ruby extension library for the FLTK GUI Toolkit library. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ruby -GNOME Language Bindings -- This project is a set of Ruby language bindings for the various application development libraries included with the GNOME environment, most importantly the GTK+ widget toolkit. This project has been obsolete. See Ruby -GNOME2 project instead. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ruby -GNOME 2 -- This project is a set of Ruby language bindings for the various application development libraries included with the GNOME/GTK+ environment. This project is for GTK+2.0 or later. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Rockit -- Rockit - the Ruby Object-oriented Compiler construction toolKIT. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Redland RDF Application Framework -- Redland is a set of object based, modular and portable C RDF libraries providing RDF APIs for the graph, storage, RDF/XML parsing and serializing (Raptor)., RDF querying (Rasqal). Language APIs in C#, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 RUDL, Ruby and SDL -- RUDL interfaces the Simple Directmedia Library to the Ruby language, giving it high speed graphics, sound, and input capabilities. Its model focuses on looking like other Ruby libraries, instead of directly mapping the SDL library to C-like Ruby calls. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 RDoc: No longer see. See Ruby 1.8.2 -- This project is now part of the Ruby core, and is being maintained in the main Ruby CVS tree. No more Sourceforge releases are planned. RDoc comes with Ruby 1.8.2 or later, and is no longer available as a separate project. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 RDE( Ruby Development Environment) -- RDE is the IDE for the script language Ruby . It is made in Delphi. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Ming - an SWF output library -- Ming is an SWF ( " Flash " ) file format output library. It is written in C, with wrappers for C++, Python, and PHP, plus rudimentary support for Ruby and Perl. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Mesh Networks and the Connected Home Dr. Dobbs
2005-10-16 Kahakai Window Manager -- Continuation of Waimea window manager with planned support for extensibility with Python (initially) and Ruby /Perl further down the road. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 JRuby -- JRuby is the effort to recreate the Ruby interpreter in Java. JRuby is tightly integrated with Java to allow both to script any Java class and to embed the interpreter into any Java application. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 GetPot -- Powerful command line and configuration file parsing for C++, Python, Ruby and Java (others to come). This tool provides many features, such as separate treatment for options, variables, and flags, unrecognized object detection, prefixes and much more. Sourceforge
2005-10-16 EthernalQuest EQ Emulator -- EthernalQuest EQ Emulator provide a way to play EverQuest on your local computer without connecting to the internet. You will be able to invite your friend and enjoy this game in private environment. It is even possible to customize it using Ruby scriptin Sourceforge
2005-10-16 Dr. Dobbs
2004-12-30 Kwartz -- Kwartz - a template system for Ruby /PHP/Java which realized the concepot of `Separation of Presentation Logic from Presentation Data (SoPL/PD)'. Sourceforge
2004-12-26 XDCC-Fetch -- XDCC-Fetch, written entirely in ruby , is a platform independent tool for collecting, searching and downloading broadcasted XDCC announcements within IRC channels. XDCC-Fetch supports, amoung other features, multiple IRC Servers and search on typing. Sourceforge
2004-12-25 rbot -- rbot is an IRC bot written in Ruby . It's similar to an infobot, with a lot extra features. It has a dynamic plugin architecture and an OO plugin API, making plugin writing fast and easy. Sourceforge
2004-12-24 JRIDE -- Java- Ruby -IDE Sourceforge
2004-12-11 Tinker for RubyWebDialogs -- rwdtinker is a framework for applications that are written in Ruby and is used with the RubyWebDialogs GUI interface. This project includes the core applications and numberous applets that can be installed and removed on Linux, XP and Mac platforms. Sourceforge
2004-11-28 RubyCocoa - A Ruby /Objective-C Bridge fo -- RubyCocoa is a Mac OS X framework that allows Cocoa programming in the object-oriented scripting language Ruby . Sourceforge
2004-10-28 Tar2RubyScript -- Tar2RubyScript generates a standalone Ruby script from an existing TAR archive or directory, which contains a Ruby application. You might think of it as the Ruby version of Java's JAR... Let's call it an RBA ( Ruby Archive). Sourceforge
2004-10-23 ruby -sphere -- ruby -sphere is a set of libraries and user interfaces written in Ruby to calculate apparent positions of stars with a moderate accuracy. Its goal is to provide an easy way to plan astronomical observations. Sourceforge
2004-10-23 Winamp ML Scripting Interface -- ml_script provides a scripting interface for Winamp 5 media library. Currently, interfaces are available for Perl, Python and Ruby . More interfaces are on the way. Sourceforge
2004-10-12 Aggregating with Atom Linux Journal
2004-10-07 OpenWAMP -- This software allows to build easily an installation package for Apache (maybe Tomcat), PHP/MySQL, Perl, Python, Ruby , Firebird, PostgreSQL with own software so the users can easily deploy their products under Windows OS. Sourceforge
2004-09-28 Furry Coder -- FurCoderCXX is an application for creating/decrypting the " Code of the Furries " . This is the C++ version of a previous release written with Ruby : FurCoder. Using the " native language " of the FOX GUI toolkit makes for a faster, more responsive app. Sourceforge
2004-09-20 Ruby -ToDo-list -- r2do is a ncurses-based program written in Ruby which provides a ToDo-list. One can add and remove entries easily and can assign (higher or lower) priorities to certain items. Sourceforge
2004-09-16 Ruby Locale -- Provide an extension to the Ruby intepreter to support locales Sourceforge
2004-09-13 How to Use ZenTest with Ruby Linux Journal
2004-09-12 Torrent Workflow Library -- Torrent is a library for designing workflows in RUBY . A workflow is a set of jobs which depend on each others SUCCESS, FAILURE, TIMEOUT, etc. Workflows can be extremely useful in the representation of complex interdependent tasks. Sourceforge
2004-09-06 rdbBot -- IRC Bot written in Ruby utilizing a postgresql backend and pl/ ruby for stored proceedures. Intended for high performance database applications. Included modules support channel activity monitoring and statistics, a trivia game, and channel management. Sourceforge
2004-08-27 AsWiki -- AsWiki is WikiWikiWeb clone (Wiki Engine) written in Ruby . WikiWikiWeb is web base collaboration tool. AsWiki provide web-site which anyone can create and edit page. It has features easy customize its publish html and RCS base version log. Sourceforge
2004-08-21 Ruby in PHP -- Ruby in PHP is a PHP extension allowing to execute Ruby scripts from PHP scripts and manipulate Ruby objects. Sourceforge
2004-08-20 GrailPortal -- GrailPortal is a small and simple Content Management System written in Ruby Sourceforge
2004-08-12 germaine -- Germaine is a distributed e-commerce system designed for small to medium sized fulfillment services. Germaine is written in C++ with Ruby used for administrative tools. All transactions are logged using XML. Sourceforge
2004-08-05 ThunderFox -- ThunderFox is the lightweight mailclient for Windows, Linux and all other plattforms which support fltk and ruby . Sourceforge
2004-08-01 Lakeshore -- Lakeshore is a Java based web component framework. It is heavily influenced by the Seaside 2 smalltalk framework and the Borges ruby framework. Sourceforge
2004-07-30 AllInOneRuby -- AllInOneRuby creates an executable that includes both the Ruby interpreter and the runtime libraries. Why? Because it's sometimes not easy, or possible, or desirable, or allowed to do a complete Ruby installation. That's where AllInOneRuby comes in. Sourceforge
2004-07-29 Canny -- A Smarty-like template library for Ruby . Sourceforge
2004-07-28 Can GNU ever be Unix? Newsforge
2004-07-23 Open source winning in federal government, slowly Newsforge
2004-07-22 RGL: Ruby Graph Library -- RGL is a framework for graph datastructures and algorithms implemented in Ruby . Sourceforge
2004-07-22 Ottawa Linux symposium offers insight into kernel changes Newsforge
2004-07-20 Choosing an open source license Newsforge
2004-07-20 'Creative destruction' and the future of the software industry Newsforge
2004-07-19 Surviving in a world full of software patents Newsforge
2004-07-15 Ruby /EB -- This is a ruby extension library for " EB Library " to read EB/EPWING CD-ROMs. You can read these CD-ROMs using your ruby script with this. Sourceforge
2004-07-13 The downlow on Mono Newsforge
2004-07-13 Distributed Caching with Memcached Linux Journal
2004-07-09 Ruby /FLTK -- Ruby /FLTK is a Ruby extension library for the FLTK GUI Toolkit library. Sourceforge
2004-07-01 TourneyBot2 -- Originally written by Matija Kejzar (http://rubyforge.org/projects/tourneybot), TourneyBot is an automated tourney management system for FIBS. It schedules tourneys, signs up players, draws match-ups, keeps statistics, registers results and announces win Sourceforge
2004-07-01 Oasis -- Oasis, originally developed and dropped by bad_camel, now has new maintainers with specific goals. Oasis is a game engine that combines scripting( LUA/ Ruby ), openAL, ODE, and OGRE to allow for quick production and prototyping of future games. Sourceforge
2004-06-28 OpenRJ -- Platform-independent C-API library implementing the Record-JAR file format, with mappings to other languages, including C++, D and Ruby . Sourceforge
2004-06-21 CCMail -- CCMail is a webmail utility that will be probably based on IMP, made in PHP (and maybe Ruby ) that implements Google(TM)'s Gmail utilities (like labels) featuring: * AnyBrowser attempt * Free Software Development * JavaScript only when necessary Sourceforge
2004-06-10 XChat- Ruby Plugin -- A plugin for XChat2 (http://www.xchat.org) allowing Ruby scripts to be used as XChat plugins. Sourceforge
2004-06-09 Slash Linux Journal
2004-05-25 RADIUS Library and Client in Ruby -- Radius client library and command line program for testing radius servers. Sourceforge
2004-05-13 RUBY CONstructor -- RubyCon is a library layered on ruby -SDL and intended to make educational games easy to write, and includes (at least) two real progams built with it, RubyCon.Spell and RubyCon.Sum. Sourceforge
2004-05-10 Vermell -- Research project towards a compiler and a VM for the Ruby programming language. Sourceforge
2004-05-01 RubyWebDialogs -- RubyWebDialogs is a platform independent graphical user interface for Ruby applications. It generates HTML and serves it with the internal HTTP server, so you can use your favorite web browser as the front end for your Ruby application. Sourceforge
2004-04-16 Fur Coder -- Code of the Furries: Generate/decrypt a Furry Code with the FurCoder. Written with FXRuby toolkit, and Ruby . This version developed for Linux. X11 application. Sourceforge
2004-04-12 Letters Linux Journal
2004-04-07 bmconverter.rb -- bmconverter.rb converting bookmarks of different browsers using a Ruby -script. The script is ment to be easily extended to support other bookmark formats. Already done are Opera Hotlist v2 and FireFox v0.8. It tries to convert as much as possible: per Sourceforge
2004-04-01 PalmSync/ Ruby -- "PalmSync/ Ruby " is a Ruby library for syncing your PalmPilot with DBMS(MySQL or others). It can also read/modify/create records in your PalmPilot and it can read pdb/prc files. This is using pilot-link's library. Sourceforge
2004-04-01 Madeleine - Ruby Object Prevalence -- Transparent object persistence (prevalence) for Ruby , based on Prevayler. Sourceforge
2004-04-01 AspectR -- Aspect-Oriented Programming framework in and for Ruby . Includes useful aspects implemented in AOP, such as profiler, logger etc. Sourceforge
2004-03-26 VisualuRuby -- This is a GUI library for Ruby just only on MS Windows. It needs no other prepared libraries such as VCL,Tk,Gtk and so on. This project will provide you easy GUI scripting on Windows with Ruby . Sourceforge
2004-03-24 Piggy -- Application and scripting support for building webpages which contain thumbnail image tables. Graphical User Interface written in FXRuby. Gallery generation written in Ruby . Image processing itself is done by an external programm (currently nconvert). Sourceforge
2004-03-22 ruby -gsl: Ruby wrapper for GSL -- ruby -gsl is a port of the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) to the Ruby programming language. The GNU Scientific Library is a collection of routines for numerical computing. Ruby is an interpreted scripting language for quick and easy object-oriented programm Sourceforge
2004-03-21 ZenTest - Ruby Unit Testing Utility -- ZenTest scans your target and unit-test code and writes your missing code based on simple naming rules, enabling XP at a much quicker pace. ZenTest only works with Ruby and Test::Unit. Sourceforge
2004-03-21 The MUES Game Engine -- The Multi-User Environment Server game engine is a multithreaded event-driven internet game environment server written in Ruby and C. Sourceforge
2004-03-21 Kideia -- Kideia is a simple source code style checker written in Ruby which helps developers to avoid common coding style mistakes. Kideia is primary writen to check C source code but it is designed to be easily extendable. Sourceforge
2004-03-13 RDDC -- Ruby DynDns Client. RDDC is a full featured DynDns client written in Ruby . Our goal is to provide an easy to use, yet powerfull client, that can easily be used in scripts. Sourceforge
2004-03-09 ruby -netutils -- ruby -netutils is a collection of Ruby modules that provide some functionality that belongs under the "Net" module (namespace). Sourceforge
2004-03-03 NARF -- better web libraries for Ruby -- NARF is an attempt to create a ruby web framework that escapes the weighty thud that one usually associates with web frameworks. Sourceforge
2004-02-29 February Mini Book Reviews Linux Journal
2004-02-23 A signature program for email and news Newsforge
2004-02-09 Manipulating OOo Documents with Ruby Linux Journal
2004-02-03 Ruby Script2Exe -- Ruby Script2Exe transforms your Ruby script into a standalone Windows executable. Sourceforge
2004-01-30 sIRCB -- sIRCB is a highly advanced Ruby based IRC bot. It features (among others) a trivia game, a quoting system, nick and host based in-server administration, whois checking, linking two or more bots in a botnet, and a PHP based web administration interface. Sourceforge
2004-01-26 ModuleBuilder -- A package configuration, management and installation utility for ruby . Sourceforge
2004-01-20 NQXML -- NQXML is a pure Ruby implementation of a non-validating XML processor. It includes an XML tokenizer, a SAX-style streaming XML parser, a DOM-style tree parser, an XML writer, and a context-sensitive callback mechanism. Sourceforge
2004-01-19 SimpleScript -- SimpleScript is a simple programming tool for scripting languages (Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby , TCL) written in Obj-C/Cocoa. It can be used by experienced developers to write and test on the fly small routines, and is a good solution for educational purposes. Sourceforge
2004-01-17 Yet Another Windows Environment Editor -- A small tool developed in Ruby (using FOX GUI toolkit) that helps changing environment variables in windows; It presents the user with a more confortable interface than found in Control Panel - System. Yet Another Windows Environment Editor. Sourceforge
2004-01-16 Advertise with Us O'Reilly Network
2004-01-14 Rockit -- Rockit - the Ruby Object-oriented Compiler construction toolKIT. Sourceforge
2004-01-09 SQLite/ Ruby Module -- A Ruby interface for the SQLite database engine. Sourceforge
2004-01-06 Ruby Inline -- Ruby Inline is my quick attempt to create an analog to Perl's Inline::C. The ruby version isn't near as feature-full as the perl version, but it is neat! I use a perforce server, not CVS, but developers are welcome. Sourceforge
2004-01-05 Web C Plus Plus (webcpp) -- Webcpp converts Ada95, ASP, Assembler, Basic, C, C#, C++, Cg, CLIPS, Fortran, Haskell, Java, Markup, Modula2, Objective C, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python, Renderman, Ruby , SQL, Tcl, Unix shell, UnrealScript & VHDL into HTML with syntax highlighting and themes Sourceforge
2003-12-15 tDiary -- A Web-based diary system (like weblog) written in Ruby . It is able to add comments by readers. Currently supported Japanese and English. Sourceforge
2003-12-15 Ruby 9i -- Ruby 9i is a Ruby library that provides access to Oracle9i using the Oracle Call Interface. It is planned to support all major Oracle9i datatypes and object-relational features. If desired, its features can be accessed through a Ruby DBI-compatible API. Sourceforge
2003-12-10 Miscellaneous Ruby Utility Modules -- The purpose of this project is to create a series of modules for the Ruby programming language that don't necessarily belong in the same category, but which provide useful functionality in and of themselves. Sourceforge
2003-12-09 The IRC Simulator -- The IRC Simulator project is a project which offers a simple IRC simulator in several object oriented languages, such as C++, C#, Java, Python and Ruby . Sourceforge
2003-12-07 Xml Serialization for Ruby -- Xml Serialization for Ruby allows Ruby classes to be marshalled to and from XML, with an emphasis on concise, human readable and editable XML. Sourceforge
2003-12-07 Ruby Spreadsheet -- A cross-platform, pure- Ruby module to generate and parse MS Excel files. Sourceforge
2003-12-07 ECal -- A light-weight, web-based event information tracking application implemented in Java and Ruby . Development is done using Extreme Programming (XP) practices and includes both jUnit & FitNesse testing. Sourceforge
2003-12-06 Ruby /LDAP -- Ruby /LDAP is an extension module for ruby , it provides the interface to some LDAP libraries (for example, OpenLDAP, UMich LDAP, Netscape SDK, ActiveDirectory). The common API for application developments is described in RFC1823, Most of libraries comply w Sourceforge
2003-12-03 Ruby -LCD -- Ruby -LCD is a client library (lcd.rb) and a small-but-growing collection of fairly useful clients (such as an XMMS display client and an IMAP mail check client) for the LCDProc system for small serial/USB LCD screens. Sourceforge
2003-12-03 Redland RDF Application Framework -- Redland is an object based, modular and portable C RDF library. It provides RDF model manipulation, storage, RDF/XML parsing and serializing. APIs in Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl. Sourceforge
2003-12-03 Red Turnip -- A modular irc bot written in Ruby Sourceforge
2003-11-29 ruby zip -- ruby zip is a ruby module for reading and writing zip files Sourceforge
2003-11-29 Gnuplot for Ruby -- A pure Ruby wrapper around the Gnuplot application which brings the full power of gnuplot into Ruby . Sourceforge
2003-11-28 GetPot -- Powerful command line and configuration file parsing for C++, Python, Ruby and Java (others to come). This tool provides many features, such as separate treatment for options, variables, and flags, unrecognized object detection, prefixes and much more. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 www project -- " border="0"> Savannah
2003-11-27 ruby 2shoes -- ruby 2shoes helps you write screenplays and TV scripts with Open Source free software Sourceforge
2003-11-27 ruby -sysutils -- A series of Ruby modules that provide an interface to various operating system functions. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 ruby -sumo -- Installer for some major Ruby softwares/libraries. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 eXtensible PERl scripTable MUD client -- A MUD-Client for Windows (Win32) and KDE, featuring perl, python and ruby scripting, as well as multi-window output. The main focus is a very strong scripting engine (nearly everything is accessible from a script) while trying to stay user friendly. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 YAML.rb: YAML for Ruby -- YAML.rb is a YAML processor for the Ruby language, coded in pure Ruby . Its implementation is simple and small, designed to be used in place of PStore. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 XMLTP/L, XMLTP Light Linux Journal
2003-11-27 WideStudio -- WideStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for building window applications in C++, Ruby , Python an Perl for Windows, MacOSX, Linux, FreeBSD, SOLARIS and other unix. This is open and free (under MIT/X Consortiun Licence). Sourceforge
2003-11-27 WANDER: a Portable Linux Data-Collection System Linux Journal
2003-11-27 UpFRONT Linux Journal
2003-11-27 UNIX under the Desktop Linux Journal
2003-11-27 The Language Battle Linux Journal
2003-11-27 The FreeMovie library -- The FreeMovie is an SWF generator library written in PHP and ported to Ruby . FreeMovie can be used to develop Web and desktop aplications. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Still More Mini Book Reviews Linux Journal
2003-11-27 SpecTcl -- SpecTcl is a WYSIWYG GUI-Builder for Tcl/Tk, with sibblings for generating code in Perl, Java, Python & Ruby . It runs on all platforms where Tcl/Tk runs. It is simple and quick to use, yet still powerful when you know your Tcl/Tk. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 SWIG -- SWIG is compiler that connects C and C++ with a variety of scripting languages including Perl, Python, Tcl, Guile, and Ruby . People often use it to create scripting language extensions or to create interpreted environments for existing software. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby: Productive Programming Language Linux Journal
2003-11-27 Ruby Windows Installer -- All-in-one distribution of the Ruby programming language for Windows platforms. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby Development Tool -- The Ruby Development Tool is a Ruby resource aware plugin for the Eclipse platform. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby DBI -- ruby -dbi provides a DBI interface to databases for the Ruby programming language: databases access made simple. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby -GNOME Language Bindings -- This project is a set of Ruby language bindings for the various application development libraries included with the GNOME environment, most importantly the GTK+ widget toolkit. This project has been obsolete. See Ruby -GNOME2 project instead. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby -GNOME 2 -- This project is a set of Ruby language bindings for the various application development libraries included with the GNOME/GTK+ environment. This project is for GTK+2.0 or later. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby (exact match) -- The Ruby programming language, a pure and very powerful object-oriented scripting language. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Ruby Linux Journal
2003-11-27 RUDL, Ruby and SDL -- RUDL interfaces the Simple Directmedia Library to the language Ruby , giving it high speed graphics, sound, and input capabilities. Its model focuses on looking like other Ruby libraries, instead of directly mapping the SDL C library to Ruby C-like calls. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 RDoc: JavaDoc-like tool for Ruby -- RDoc generates documentation from Ruby source files. It understands enough Ruby syntax to extract class, module, method, and attribute definitions, and can associate comment text with them. It will eventually support a variety of output formats. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 RDE( Ruby Development Environment) -- RDE is the IDE for the script language Ruby . It is made in Delphi. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Programming under GNUstep--An Introduction Linux Journal
2003-11-27 Programming Ruby: A Book Review Linux Journal
2003-11-27 Privacy Policy O'Reilly Network
2003-11-27 Objective-C: the More Flexible C++ Linux Journal
2003-11-27 New Year, New Language Linux Journal
2003-11-27 New Products Linux Journal
2003-11-27 Ming - an SWF output library -- Ming is an SWF ("Flash") file format output library. It is written in C, with wrappers for C++, Python, and PHP, plus rudimentary support for Ruby and Perl. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Media Kit O'Reilly Network
2003-11-27 Log4r - Logging system written in Ruby -- Log4r is an extremely flexible logging library for Ruby . Features include a heiarchial logging system of any number of levels and names, multiple output destinations, logger inheritance, custom formatting and more. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Koha: a Gift to Libraries from New Zealand Linux Journal
2003-11-27 Kahakai Window Manager -- Continuation of Waimea window manager with planned support for extensibility with Python (initially) and Ruby /Perl further down the road. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 J Ruby -- J Ruby is the effort to recreate the Ruby interpreter in Java. J Ruby is tightly integrated with Java to allow both to script any Java class and to embed the interpreter into any Java application. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Import This: the Tenth International Python Conference Linux Journal
2003-11-27 GNU Task List -- " border="0"> Savannah
2003-11-27 FX Ruby -- FX Ruby is an extension module for Ruby that provides an interface to the FOX GUI toolkit. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 EthernalQuest EQ Emulator -- EthernalQuest EQ Emulator provide a way to play EverQuest on your local computer without connecting to the internet. You will be able to invite your friend and enjoy this game in private environment. It is even possible to customize it using Ruby scriptin Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Embedding an SQL Database with SQLite Linux Journal
2003-11-27 Echo 3D RPG Game Engine / Suite -- A 3D RPG game engine written in C# using Managed DirectX 9. Will incorporate a ruby /java scripting engine, game development tools, and compressed game-data format. Sourceforge
2003-11-27 Building with Blogs Linux Journal
2003-11-27 "Hey SCO, Sue Me": What's Next? Linux Journal
2003-07-11 Open Asia: Japan and Korea embrace open source Newsforge
2003-07-11 Open Asia: Japan and Korea embrace open source Newsforge
2002-04-17 The purposes of programming languages: An introduction Newsforge
2002-04-17 The purposes of programming languages: An introduction Newsforge
2002-03-21 Ruby: a productive programming language linux.com
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