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Learn OpenKB

About

openKB

openKB is a Markdown Knowledge base application (FAQ) built with Nodejs and ExpressJS. The application uses an embedded database (nedb) by default but can also use a MongoDB server by changing the config (see below). The application is designed to be easy to use and install and based around search rather than nested categories. Simply search for what you want and select from the results.


7 hours

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Basics of Reflex Platform

About

Reflex Platform

reflex-platform is a curated package set and set of tools that let you build Haskell packages so they can run on a variety of platforms. reflex-platform is built on top of the nix package manager. There are five main reasons to use reflex-platform:

  1. It's curated: the core packages in reflex-platform are known to work together and are tested together.
  2. It's cached: the core packages in reflex-platform are cached so you can download prebuilt binaries from the public cache instead of building from scratch.
  3. It's consistent: nix locks down dependencies even outside the Haskell ecosystem (e.g., versions of C libraries that the Haskell code depends on), so you get completely reproducible builds.
  4. It's cross-platform: reflex-platform is designed to target iOS and Android on mobile, JavaScript on the web, and Linux and macOS on desktop. It's Haskell, everywhere.
  5. It's convenient: reflex-platform comes packaged with tools to make development easier, like a hoogle server that you can run locally to look up definitions. To get started with Reflex development, follow the instructions below. Try Reflex lets you set up an environment from which you can use Reflex with GHC or GHCJS.

7 hours

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Learn Uitable

About

uitable

uitable is a go library for representing data as tables for terminal applications. It provides primitives for sizing and wrapping columns to improve readability.

Example Usage

Full source code for the example is available at example/main.go table := uitable.New() table.MaxColWidth = 50 table.AddRow("NAME", "BIRTHDAY", "BIO") for , hacker := range hackers { table.AddRow(hacker.Name, hacker.Birthday, hacker.Bio) } fmt.Println(table) Will render the data as: NAME BIRTHDAY BIO Ada Lovelace December 10, 1815 Ada was a British mathematician and writer, chi... Alan Turing June 23, 1912 Alan was a British pioneering computer scientis... For wrapping in two columns: table = uitable.New() table.MaxColWidth = 80 table.Wrap = true // wrap columns for , hacker := range hackers { table.AddRow("Name:", hacker.Name) table.AddRow("Birthday:", hacker.Birthday) table.AddRow("Bio:", hacker.Bio) table.AddRow("") // blank } fmt.Println(table) Will render the data as: Name: Ada Lovelace Birthday: December 10, 1815 Bio: Ada was a British mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine Name: Alan Turing Birthday: June 23, 1912 Bio: Alan was a British pioneering computer scientist, mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst and theoretical biologist


7 hours

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Learn Module Server

About

Module Server

Module server is a system for efficient serving of CommonJS modules to web browsers. The core feature is that it supports incremental loading of modules and their dependencies with exactly 1 HTTP request per incremental load. This is a reference implementation that has not been battle-tested in production use. See our presentation from JSConf EU 2012 for more details. The serving system implements the following constraints: For many web applications serving all JavaScript in a single compiled binary may be a good enough, simple solution, more complex apps with large JS code bases will profit from only downloading code when it is needed. While AMD loaders such as require.js implement incremental loading as well, they often do so through recursive downloading of dependencies which may significantly degrade latency. Closure compiler supports both compilation of CommonJS and AMD modules. It should thus be possible to use this system as a production frontend for projects that use other systems such as require.js or browserify today.

Source Maps

By default all JS responses support source maps for optimal debugging with Chrome Dev Tools (Don't forget to activate source map support in the Dev Tools settings). We recommend to deactivate this for production use, if you only want to provide clients access to obfuscated JS


7 hours

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Know ORSSerialPort

About

ORSSerialPort

ORSSerialPort is an easy-to-use Objective-C serial port library for macOS. It is useful for programmers writing Objective-C or Swift Mac apps that communicate with external devices through a serial port (most commonly RS-232). You can use ORSSerialPort to write apps that connect to Arduino projects, robots, data acquisition devices, ham radios, and all kinds of other devices. Using ORSSerialPort to open a port and send data can be as simple as this: let serialPort = ORSSerialPort(path: "/dev/cu.KeySerial1") serialPort.baudRate = 4800 serialPort.open() serialPort.send(someData) // someData is an NSData object serialPort.close() // Later, when you're done with the port Or, in Objective-C: ORSSerialPort *serialPort = [ORSSerialPort serialPortWithPath:@"/dev/cu.KeySerial1"]; serialPort.baudRate = @4800;

ORSSerialPort is released under an MIT license, meaning you're free to use it in both closed and open source projects. However, even in a closed source project, you must include a publicly-accessible copy of ORSSerialPort's copyright notice, which you can find in the LICENSE file. 


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Explore Merchant.js

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Merchant.js

Merchant is a system for creating programs that manage changing numbers over time. It's especially useful for creating idle games (sometimes called incremental games), but could potentially be used in other games or programs. If you're not sure what an idle game is, click here to find out. Note: If you're trying to be productive right now, that link may not be for you. Merchant works well with Redux, but doesn't require it. Functions return copies and don't modify state. Since Merchant is built on immutable, most of it's key concepts are stored as immutable objects. To be frank, Merchant is really just a collection of patterns with some helpful functions. It's fairly minimalistic but also gives you a good amount of power without sacrificing efficiency.


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Discover PSWinReporting

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PSWinReporting

PSWinReporting is a little PowerShell module that solves the problem of monitoring and reading Windows Events. It allows you to set up monitoring of Domain Controllers (and from 2.X any other servers) for events that happen on them. By default, it comes with built-in Active Directory events supports, but since 2.0 you can configure it to monitor anything. You can set up reporting on any types of events and have emails delivered with a summary of hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly changes. It also supports sending notifications to Microsoft Teams, Slack, and Discord. Make sure to go thru related articles as they have all the KNOW HOW which is quite useful if you want to get everything from this module. The full project description is available on my website - Full project description. Currently, there are 2 branches of PSWinReporting. I've decided that both PowerShell modules can coexist together, especially for scenarios for people who want to switch, but don't want to do it right away. This way, you can keep using old version as is, and slowly fix your other stuff, or use new Find-Events command. I've slightly renamed the commands for V2 release.

PSWinReportingV2 - Master Edition

Master edition is a complete rewrite and a new beginning. It provides the same functionality as Legacy 1.X version and then some more.

Changelog

At this moment there is no documentation for PSWinReportingV2 except for those articles below. Feel free to explore Examples if you're eager to try the new version otherwise fallback to PSWinReporting Legacy Edition.

Built-in Active Directory Reports

PSWinReporting comes with predefined, built-in reports. Those are for Find-Events. Those also come defined in example configuration script which you can use straight away after verifying everything is as per your requirement.

Built-in Reporting Times

PSWinReporting comes with predefined report times. This means you can use True/False to enable/disable period. In case of Find-Events, you can use defined times (checked only) from DatesRange parameter. Of course, you can also define DateFrom, DateTo parameters for custom use when using Find-Events command.

PSWinReporting - Legacy Edition

Legacy edition will continue it's life as 1.X.X. If you want to keep on using it, feel free, but it's highly encouraged to use 2.x.x when it's fully functional with all features. Code is available as Legacy Branch. Following links can help in understanding how it works and how to set it up: Following AD Events are supported: Features:

Example - Script running

Example - Email Report

Example - Microsoft Teams

Example - Slack


7 hours

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Discover Etch

About

Etch is a library for writing HTML-based user interface components that provides the convenience of a virtual DOM, while at the same time striving to be minimal, interoperable, and explicit. Etch can be used anywhere, but it was specifically designed with Atom packages and Electron applications in mind.

Overview

Etch components are ordinary JavaScript objects that conform to a minimal interface. Instead of inheriting from a superclass or building your component with a factory method, you access Etch's functionality by passing your component to Etch's library functions at specific points of your component's lifecycle. A typical component is structured as follows: /* @jsx etch.dom / const etch = require('etch') class MyComponent { // Required: Define an ordinary constructor to initialize your component. constructor (props, children) { // perform custom initialization here... // then call etch.initialize: etch.initialize(this) } // Required: The render method returns a virtual DOM tree representing the // current state of the component. Etch will call render to build and update // the component's associated DOM element. Babel is instructed to call the // etch.dom helper in compiled JSX expressions by the @jsx pragma above. render () { return } // Required: Update the component with new properties and children. update (props, children) { // perform custom update logic here... // then call etch.update, which is async and returns a promise return etch.update(this) } // Optional: Destroy the component. Async/await syntax is pretty but optional. async destroy () { // call etch.destroy to remove the element and destroy child components await etch.destroy(this) // then perform custom teardown logic here... } } The component defined above could be used as follows: // build a component instance in a standard way... let component = new MyComponent({foo: 1, bar: 2}) // use the component's associated DOM element however you wish... document.body.appendChild(component.element) // update the component as needed... await component.update({bar: 2}) // destroy the component when done... await component.destroy() Note that using an Etch component does not require a reference to the Etch library. Etch is an implementation detail, and from the outside the component is just an ordinary object with a simple interface and an .element property. You can also take a more declarative approach by embedding Etch components directly within other Etch components, which we'll cover later in this document.

Etch Lifecycle Functions


7 hours

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Know Typhon

About

Typhon

Typhon is a wrapper around Go's [net/http] library that we use at Monzo to build RPC servers and clients in [our microservices platform][platform blog post]. It provides a number of conveniences and tries to promote safety wherever possible. Here's a short list of interesting features in Typhon:

  • No need to close body.Close() in clients
    Forgetting to body.Close() in a client when the body has been dealt with is a common source of resource leaks in Go programs in our experience. Typhon ensures that unless you're doing something really weird with the body it will be closed automatically.
  • Middleware "filters"
    Filters are decorators around Services; in Typhon servers and clients share common functionality by composing it functionally.
  • Body encoding and decoding
    Marshalling and unmarshalling request bodies to structs is such a common operation that our Request and Response objects support them directly. If the operations fail, the errors are propagated automatically since that's nearly always what a server will want.
  • Propagation of cancellation
    When a server has done handling a request, the request's context is automatically cancelled, and these cancellations are propagated through the distributed call stack. This lets downstream servers conserve work producing responses that are no longer needed.
  • Error propagation
    Responses have an inbuilt Error attribute, and serialisation/deserialisation of these errors into HTTP errors is taken care of automatically. We recommend using this in conjunction with [monzo/terrors].
  • Full HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2.0 support
    Applications implemented using Typhon can communicate over HTTP/1.1 or HTTP/2.0. Typhon has support for full duplex communication under HTTP/2.0, and [h2c] (HTTP/2.0 over TCP, ie. without TLS) is also supported if required.

7 hours

$1,990

Know Tsschecker

About

tsschecker

tsschecker is a powerful tool to check TSS signing status of various devices and iOS/iPadOS/tvOS/watchOS versions. 

Features

  • Allows you to get lists of all devices and all iOS/OTA versions for a specific device.
  • Can check signing status for default iOS versions and beta ipsws (by specifying a BuildManifest.plist)
  • Works without specifying any device relevant values to check signing status, but can be used to save blobs when given an ECID and the option --print-tss-response (although there are better tools to do this). tsschecker is not only meant to be used to check firmware signing status, but also to explore Apple's TSS servers. By using all of its customization possibilities, you might discover a combination of devices and iOS versions that is now getting signed but wasn't getting signed before.

    About nonces:

    default generators for saving tickets:

  • 0xbd34a880be0b53f3 // used on Electra & Chimera jailbreaks
  • 0x1111111111111111 // used on unc0ver jailbreak Nonce collision method isn't needed anymore, because we've checkm8 low-level exploit.

    Dependencies

  • Bundled libs

    Those don't need to be installed manually

    • tss
  • External libs

    Make sure these are installed

    • libcurl
    • libplist
    • libfragmentzip
    • openssl or commonCrypto on macOS/OS X;
    • libirecovery;
  • Submodules

    Make sure these projects compile on your system

    • jssy

7 hours

$1,990

Discover Pyprind

About

PyPrind (Python Progress Indicator)

The PyPrind (Python Progress Indicator) module provides a progress bar and a percentage indicator object that let you track the progress of a loop structure or other iterative computation.

Typical applications include the processing of large data sets to provide an intuitive estimate at runtime about the progress of the computation.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • Progress Bars and Percentage Generators

  • While-loops

  • Advanced Tracking

  • Choose Your Favorite Bar Style


4 hours

$1,137

Know Fusesoc

About

FuseSoC

Introduction FuseSoC is an award-winning package manager and a set of build tools for HDL (Hardware Description Language) code. Its main purpose is to increase reuse of IP (Intellectual Property) cores and be an aid for creating, building and simulating SoC solutions. FuseSoC makes it easier to FuseSoC is non-intrusive Most existing designs doesn't need any changes to work with FuseSoC. Any FuseSoC-specific patches can be applied on the fly during implementation or simulation FuseSoC is modular It can be used as an end-to-end flow, to create initial project files for an EDA tool or integrate with your custom workflow FuseSoC is extendable Latest release support simulating with GHDL, Icarus Verilog, Isim, ModelSim, Verilator and Xsim. It also supports building FPGA images with Altera Quartus, project IceStorm, Xilinx ISE and Xilinx Vivado. Support for a new EDA tool requires ~100 new lines of code and new tools are added continuously FuseSoC is standard-compliant Much effort has gone into leveraging existing standards such as IP-XACT and vendor-specific core formats where applicable. FuseSoC is resourceful The standard core library currently consisting of over 100 cores including CPUs, peripheral controllers, interconnects, complete SoCs and utility libraries. Other core libraries exist as well and can be added to complement the standard library FuseSoC is free software It puts however no restrictions on the cores and can be used to manage your company's internal proprietary core collections as well as public open source projects FuseSoC is battle-proven It has been used to successfully build or simulate projects such as Nyuzi, Pulpino, VScale, various OpenRISC SoCs, picorv32, osvvm and more. Read more in the online_ documentation, or get straight into business with the quick start.


7 hours

$1,990

Learn Bem Constructor

About

BEM Constructor

BEM Constructor is a Sass library for building immutable and namespaced BEM-style CSS objects. By enforcing a consistent and programatic way of defining objects (blocks, elements and modifiers) it ensures a more structured, robust and secure object codebase that is easy to understand and maintain. Objects defined using the constructor are impossible to modify and reassign by mistake or omission. Jump to :hamburger: The Burger Example to see the mixins in action.

Key ideas

The key ideas behind this library are well explained by Harry Roberts in his articles Immutable CSS, More Transparent UI Code with Namespaces and MindBEMding getting your head round BEM syntax,

1. Immutability

Some CSS objects in your project shouldn't be able to change (mutate). They have a very specific role and you need to make sure they're not reassigned somewhere else in your codebase. In order to ensure immutability you'll need three things: a way of defining those objects, a way of recognising them and a way to guarantee you won't be able to modify them later on. By constructing objects programatically you can be confident that they are assigned once and just once.

2. Namespacing

Objects have a clear function. Whether they are components, utilities, or dirty hacks, we need a consistent way of telling them apart. By namespacing objects, our UI code becomes more transparent and understandable. BEM Constructor supports the following object types: Read Harry's post on namespaces to get a deep look at why and how they are used.

3. BEM structure

BEM objects are composed of a block and any number of elements and/or modifiers. Using the BEM syntax for naming classes you'll produce structured code that helps you and other developers understand at a glance the relationship between those classes. The BEM constructor takes care of generating bem-compliant selectors.

4. Responsive suffixes

With responsive suffixes you are able to denote conditional states or breakpoints where permutations to an object may occur. This is specially useful when dealing with media queries that modify the base values of a given UI element.


7 hours

$1,990

Basics of Znc Push

About

ZNC Push

Overview ZNC Push is a module for [ZNC][] that will send notifications to multiple push notification services, or SMS for any private message or channel highlight that matches a configurable set of conditions. ZNC Push current supports the following services:

  • [Boxcar][]
  • [Boxcar 2][]
  • [Pushover][]
  • [Pushsafer][]
  • [Prowl][]
  • [Supertoasty][]
  • [PushBullet][]
  • [Faast][]
  • [Nexmo][]
  • [Pushalot][]
  • [Pushjet][]
  • [Telegram][]
  • [Slack][]
  • [Discord][]
  • Custom URL GET requests This project is still a Work In Progress, but should be functional enough and stable enough for everyday usage. Users are more than welcome to submit feature requests or patches for discussion or inclusion. Bug reports and feature requests can be submitted to For full functionality, this module requires ZNC version 0.090 or newer, but should compile and run with a reduced feature set on versions as old as 0.078, the current version used by Ubuntu. However, development and testing is done exclusively against the latest source distribution, so feedback on older releases of ZNC is needed to continue supporting them. If you want to use ZNC versions before 1.0 (0.206 or older), you will need to check out the "legacy" branch in order to compile it correctly. ZNC Push was created by John Reese and designed to fill a personal need. It may not fit your use cases, but any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated. Dependencies If you have installed ZNC from a Linux distribution's repository, you will most likely need to install the development package before building this module. On Ubuntu, this can be installed with: $ sudo aptitude install znc-dev In order for this plugin to properly work, you will need to ensure you have the ca-certificates package on Ubuntu based systems. This is required for push to properly verify the certificate of the service it's sending your message to. $ sudo aptitude install ca-certificates Optionally, if you want to use libcurl for http requests, you also need to install cURL development header files. On Ubuntu, development headers can be installed by installing libcurl3-dev or libcurl4-openssl-dev package: $ sudo aptitude install libcurl4-openssl-dev Compiling If you have make installed, you can compile the module with: $ make Otherwise, run the full command: $ znc-buildmod push.cpp

    Advanced

    If you would like to compile ZNC Push using libcurl for http requests, you must use: $ make curl=yes If libcurl is not in the default system library paths, you will need to populate $CXXFLAGS with the appropriate GCC flags so that it can find and link ZNC Push with libcurl. Note: You are strongly encouraged to use libcurl transport. The reason for that is, that the default CSocket transport doesn't verify server's SSL certificate which leaves you vulnerable to MITM attacks. However, use of libcurl will block the main ZNC thread at every push notification; for installations with many users, libcurl is not yet ideal, even with the above security concerns in mind.


7 hours

$1,990

Learn OpenFB

About

OpenFB

OpenFB is a Micro-Library for Facebook integration in JavaScript apps running in the browser and in Cordova. OpenFB has no dependency: You don't need the Facebook plugin when running in Cordova. You also don't need the Facebook SDK. OpenFB allows you to login to Facebook and execute any Facebook Graph API request. Here are a few code examples... Login using Facebook: openFB.login(callback, {scope: 'email,read_stream,publish_actions'}); Get the user's list of friends: openFB.api({path: '/me/friends', success: successHandler, error: errorHandler}); Post on the user's feed: openFB.api( { method: 'POST', path: '/me/feed', params: { message: 'Testing the Facebook Graph API' }, success: successHandler, error: errorHandler }); The approach used in OpenFB (plain OAuth + direct requests to Graph API endpoints) is simple and lightweight, but it is definitely not perfect. Pros: Cons:

Browser and Cordova Apps

The library works for both browser-based apps and Cordova/PhoneGap apps. When running in a browser, the OAuth URL redirection workflow happens in a popup window. When running in Cordova, it happens inside an "In-App Browser".


7 hours

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Learn Auto Mouse Clicker AMC

About

The program to simulate mouse clicks

PayPal: Auto Mouse Clicker (AMC) is an automatic mouse clicker that allows for a random time to perform the clicks. You can also specify an exact time. It also allows you to specify the exact location or click to set a random place for clicks in a given area (drawing a square with your mouse). The program supports setting different sequences for clicks.


7 hours

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Know DivFix

About

DivFix++ is yours AVI video repair and preview software. It designed for repair and preview files which are on download from ed2k(emule), torrent, gnutella, ftp. web or any other source on the internet. It can repair AVI and DivX files (for now.)


7 hours

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Know Stellarium

About

A planetarium software that shows a 3D simulation of the night sky

Stellarium renders 3D photo-realistic skies in real time with OpenGL. It displays stars, constellations, planets, nebulae and others things like ground, landscape, atmosphere, etc.


7 hours

$1,990

Discover Free Auto Clicker

About

Mouse Auto Clicker V1.0.2 is a useful free auto clicker tool.

Mouse auto clicker is a free auto clicker, free mouse clicker and free auto post. Running on MS Windows with.NET framework support. Definitely, This is free auto clicker tool. How to get FREE ACTIVATION KEY: - CASE Firs time use: +Go to home page + Enter First Name, Last Name, Email(Key will send to) + Download + Finish, The activation key will send to your email - CASE Renew when current key was expired(FREE): + Go to home page + Click "Free Activation Code" on the main menu bar + Fill the current email using for Mouse Auto Clicker before + "Get new code" + Finish, The new activation key will send to your email.


7 hours

$1,990

Work around with Verve General Purpose Agents

About

General purpose agents using reinforcement learning. Combines radial basis functions, temporal difference learning, planning, uncertainty estimations, and curiosity. Intended to be an out-of-the-box solution for roboticists and game developers.


7 hours

$1,990

Work around with Wiremod

About

Wiremod is an add-on, written in Lua, for the game Garry's Mod. It allows users to wire up components in order to make more elaborate automatic and user-controlled contraptions. It also comes with several scripting languages.


7 hours

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Learn life plus

About

life plus is based on Conway's game of life... but with much more.

life plus is python based, but runs at a reasonable speed for enjoyment. The number of neighbors determines a cell's color in next generation. Very interesting growth patterns can be created with tiny centered seeds or randomly. Conway's Game of Life is easily implemented (see suggestions). With multiple generations (up to 6 different sets of rules), the number of various other possible ecosystems are practically infinite. And it all looks neat! (lifeplus linux app added, see files) Some suggestions included on Intro (or cleared run).


7 hours

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Explore nainoniero

About

a speed-dreams robot

A speed-dreams/TORCS robot, implements racing and pit stops, it also learns a little with some parameters that are changed automatically by the program.


7 hours

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Learn MapItemEdit

About

View, edit, paint on and create Minecraft map items

A program written in C# .net that can view and edit minecraft map item files. You can also import your own pictures into the map, which can then be used in minecraft.


7 hours

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Explore SwitchWithIt Ver 1 7 10 4

About

Model Railroad Shipment Based Operations Program

Version 1.7.10.4 UPDATED 04/14/21 Model Railroad shipment based operations program. Generates switchlists for freight, unit, mixed, and passenger trains. Trains can begin or end in Towns, Yards (Normal and Staging), or Industries. Also included is an exportable inventory function with image field . The program is portable. It can be loaded on a thumb drive or other memory device and run from any Windows based computer (not phone). Works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10.


7 hours

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Basics of Groovy Arcade Linux

About

Groovy Arcade Linux is an up to date GNU/Linux system, in 64 or 32 bit liveCD versions. It can be installed from the LiveCD onto the hard drive and work is being done to make it work from a USB pen/stick/flash drive too.


7 hours

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Work around with gLife

About

An artificial life (a field in artificial intelligence) implementation using GNOME as its front end. It uses some principals of Cellular Automata. It's like "Conway's Game of Life' but with a totally different ruleset. It's a fun simulation - check it out


7 hours

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Learn Sims3 Tools

About

Tools using the s3pi library and other related works

sims3tools provides a set of tools for the Sims3 modder, based around the s3pi library. It includes: a package editor (s3pe), which allows most useful resources to be edited; an Object / CAS Part cloner (s3oc) for creating a base for modifications; a sims3pack packer/unpacker (s3su), which simplifies handling the content of these files; a string table editor (s3se) for allowing string table resources to be efficiently edited; plus a number of additional utilities. 


7 hours

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Work around with Open Dynamics Engine

About

A free, industrial quality library for simulating articulated rigid body dynamics - for example ground vehicles, legged creatures, and moving objects in VR environments. It's fast, flexible & robust. Built-in collision detection.


7 hours

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