OPush is an implement of the Exchange ActiveSync protocol supporting versions 2.5 and 12.1 of the protocol (Exchange 2003 and 2007). It is implemented with Eclipse and OSGi technologies and allows customized data providers. A default data provider implementation is available for the OBM groupware solution.
KMid2 plays MIDI and karaoke files to hardware MIDI devices or software synthesizers. It supports playlists, MIDI mappers, tempo (speed) control, volume and pitch (transpose) controls, and configurable character encoding, font, and color for lyrics. The graphic views include a rhythm view (visual metronome), a channels window with solo/muting controls and instrument selectors, and a piano player window (pianola).
D'Enfent Engine is a library that contains high-level classes to access OpenGL functions. It contains classes that may be very useful in game development: GUI components, sprite classes, and classes to handle mouse/keyboard events. It has a full API reference, as well as lessons to help you start working with the library.
Bart is a puzzle-style game. In a maze, there is a human and several monsters. The human wants to escape (reach the "exit" point). The monsters, as you may have already guessed, want to eat him for breakfast. The human is in a panic, and you cannot control him at all! He runs in a straight line until reaching a wall, and then turns in a random direction and runs again or explores the maze. One way exists to help the human: you may rotate walls.
perl-depends is a tool that roughly determines the modules a Perl program uses. Perl evaluates "use" commands at compile time and stores the loaded module information into the %INC variable. By examining the loaded modules and comparing them against the standard Perl modules, the external module dependencies can be roughly estimated.