Absimpa is a Java class library that provides a recursive decent parser. It is an experiment in abstraction and Java generics. It tries to include only the essentials of what makes out a parser and to leave out, or rather leave free for specification, what is not relevant for the parsing process.
Accelerated-X Summit Series (v2) downloadable drivers is a line of hardware-specific 2D and 3D drivers available for desktops, laptops, and workstations running Linux or Solaris. This series is divided into different editions (broze, silver, gold, platinum) depending on the customer's needs (i.e. features, hardware, budget). This new product line includes a completely re-designed OpenGL pipeline, and cool new features such as Color Magic, true overlay support, and Stereo 3D on most cards.
Accent is a compiler compiler that does not rely on specific subclasses of context-free grammars and that can be used like Yacc. It also cooperates with Lex. Accent supports inherited and synthesized attributes. It allows you to write your grammar in the Extended-Backus-Naur-Form. Semantic actions can be inserted anywhere; there are no restrictions caused by the parser implementation. Accent even allows ambiguous grammars with much less effort than with traditional LALR or LL compiler compilers. An annotation framework has been developed to resolve ambiguities. It is on the abstract level of grammars and does not reflect the parsing algorithm. Moreover, this calculus is complete in the sense that it can handle each ambiguity in any grammar.
Accerciser lets you test all aspects of accessibility on the GNOME desktop. It uses AT-SPI to inspect and control widgets, allowing you to check whether an application is providing correct information to assistive technologies and automated test frameworks. It has a simple plugin framework that you can use to extend and customize the accessibility information displayed. It is written in Python and uses the pyLinAcc component from LSR to interact with AT-SPI using pyORBit. In essence, it is a next generation at-poke tool.
Access Road is a universal simulator of access controls that is intended to improve design and auditing of IT security. It provides simulations of GNU/Linux (components and rights on the file system), MySQL Server (components and privileges), and a generic Role-Based-Access-Control application. It is designed for database, system, and application administrators, IT architects and developers, and auditors. Reliability and the ability to explain the results are the main objectives. Tutorials of 80 pages are provided. A powerful framework allows new simulations to be added.
Access_user Class is an easy to use system for protecting pages and registering users. The main features are user login, user registration, page protection, forgotten password recovery, and email-based account activation. The class is powered by MySQL and PHP sessions. Inside the package are examples for all primary methods.