Controlix is a control theory based operating system. It abstracts the complete abstraction hierarchy of computer systems principles, from basic signal-on-wire all the way up to abstract libraries and interface linkage. It is written in the VHDL language and is designed to be modular, synchronous, and retargetable.
Crawdad provides HTML generation and CGI response support to Python programs. With Crawdad, a Python program builds a DOM-like, in-memory tree that represents an HTML document. Tree nodes represent tagged HTML elements, and subtrees represent the contents of those tags. Crawdad generates HTML by walking the tree. Its action/response CGI framework supports common actions needed to maintain database records (list, add, update, delete, etc.) and can be extended to support application-specific actions.
CryptNET Passgen (passgen) is a password generator. It generates a list of password candidates for the user to choose from by mapping operating system sources of pseudo-randomness into printable character arrays using a mod operation. A number of available command line options gives it a great deal of flexibility. It is capable of generating passwords composed of printable characters, alphanumeric characters, alphabetic characters, or only numeric characters.
Cultivation explores the social interactions within a gardening community. You lead one family of gardeners, starting with a single individual, and wise choices can keep your genetic line from extinction. While breeding plants, eating, and mating, your actions impact your neighbors, and the social balance sways between conflict and compromise. Cultivation features dynamic graphics that are procedurally-generated using genetic representations and cross-breeding. In other words, game objects are "grown" in real-time instead of being hand-painted or hard-coded. Each plant and gardener in the game is unique in terms of both its appearance and behavior.
Cardfile is a curses-based cardfile program compatible with the files produced by Microsoft Cardfile for Windows. It has been tested on Solaris (SysV curses), Linux (ncurses), and Mac OS X (ncurses). It includes reverse-engineered documentation and Microsoft-supplied documentation on all three CRD formats. The release is endian clean and there are no known bugs. It allows maintaining Windows address books without having to boot up Virtual PC.