OpenCD is a directory changer. It will change your current directory to the specified partial or complete directory name. The directory is changed to the best matching directory name found, regardless of the directory depth. It also features cyclic directory changing via multiple calls of OCD. For speed purposes, OpenCD uses its own database of directories which has to be updated by the user with a command-line switch.
The OpenGL Class Library is intented to be a set of C++ classes, available through static and dynamic libraries, that will allow the developer to create OpenGL applications using C++ quickly. This includes the ability to create multiple windows and assign individual events to them. In addition, other useful functionality will be included that will allow images (.bmp, .raw, .tga, etc.) and 3d object format files (.3ds, .asc, .dxf, etc.) to be loaded in a platform-independant way.
OpenGL Performer is a high-performance 3D rendering toolkit for developers of realtime visual simulations and other interactive graphics applications. It dramatically simplifies development of complex applications such as those for visual simulation, simulation-based design, virtual reality, interactive entertainment, broadcast video, CAD, and architectural walk-through. It is built atop the industry-standard OpenGL graphics library, includes both ANSI C and C++ bindings, and is available for both the IRIX operating system and GNU/Linux.
ODS (Open Digital Support) is a library and utility program for cameras such as the Kodak DC-290 that run Flashpoint's Digita operating system. The library is a UNIX implementation of the Digita Host Interface Specification, intended for embedding Digita support in other products such as gPhoto. The utility is a simple command-line program for standalone downloading of photos from the cameras.