VDK is an easy to use C++ wrapper of Gtk+ GUI library for X. VDK is implemented thinking to moderns RAD tools. It supports properties and an automatic signal/event dispatching feature with a hierarchy visiting pattern. Moreover makes using Gtk+ widgets an easy job to do. The development of a VDK based RAD tool like Borland C++ Builder is in progress.
twz1jdbcForMysql (aka tjFM) is a type 4 JDBC driver for TcX's MySQL database. It has numerous initialization options settable by URL parameter, passed Properties or a properties file (for applications). It can cache query results to memory (default), disk (applications only) or not cache at all at the user's option. It handles insertion (through PreparedStatement) and retrieval of binary objects (blobs) and is delivered with source.
The ubiqx library is a set of utility modules written in C using an object-oriented style. These modules include Splay and AVL trees, Sparse Arrays, a simple caching system, and the obligatory linked lists. The code has lots of comments, and some documentation is included, as well as a few examples. Compiles on Linux, *BSD, AmigaOS, and lots of others.
UDB consists of a library and some simple utilities for creating and maintaining a persistant shared-memory database associating users with IP addresses, or users with established TCP connections. The library is meant for proxies (e.g. HTTP filters or IRC proxies) which could benefit from knowing what user to associate with a dynamic IP address, or would need to pass user information on to a modified ident daemon.
TOM is a compiled object-oriented programming language that advocates unplanned reuse of code. To this effect, in TOM a class is defined by its main definition plus any extensions; an extension can add methods, variables, and superclasses to a class, while the class' source is not needed and does not need recompilation, nor is recompilation required for any client code or subclasses. Extensions can even be loaded at run time.
Smartcard technology is becoming a basic keystone of the modern information age. Towitoko produces one of the best low-cost smartcard terminals available for PCs. This package supports I2C memory cards and will include a CT-API for T=0 and T=1 later. Please visit our homepage for more details and future plans.
TreeDoc demonstrates a novel way to display hypertext and view documents, and provides free code for beginners to easily create such displays in HTML. The live demo at TreeDoc.org shows a "tree-control document," in which links are opened and closed in the middle of the calling page, right below the link, instead of on a new page. This lets you open a document's sections, subsections, definitions, etc. just as you would open subfolders in a "tree control." The pages are still 99% HTML, but with a couple encapsulated PHP functions (similar to link tags), so TreeDocs are as easy to create as ordinary Web pages.