This is a port of a recently announced 2D sound spatialization library to Linux/X11 platform. The resulting binary acts as a sound "filter" between a 44.1khz mono source and outputs 44.1khz stereo spatialized sound. The UI uses low-level Xlib calls and does not require any GUI toolkit. Examples are provided to play MP3 files through this filter controlling the sound source position.
This HOWTO explains how to extract embedded bitmaps (sbits) out of CJK TrueType fonts, generating high quality bit-mapped fonts for X11. Included are several encoding maps for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean encodings. Most CJK TrueType fonts include embedded bitmaps for 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 point sizes.
Digicam is a simple and easy-to-use command-line utility to take, retrieve, and delete pictures from a Kodak DC21x camera. While the code is based on gphoto kodak_dc21x library, it fixes many annoying bug fixes in gphoto implementation, and allows for more options. Since digicam requires no user interaction and takes all the parameters from command line, it can be used in webcam-like scripts and for automatic image capture.
The mpg123+eq patch adds a -Q option to mpg123 0.59r, which displays a 16 band graphical equalizer. EQ can be toggled on or off, and if on during exit, parameters are saved to ~/.eq for restoring the next time mpg123 is started. It also displays Artist and Title on an LCD-like display.
Raw Image Loader is a GIMP 1.1 plug-in which allows loading arbitrary bit-mapped data into the GIMP. It supports 24-bit RGB, Planar RGB, RGBA, and indexed data. Two types of indexed palettes are supported (standard RGB style and the BGRX palette used by Windows bitmaps). Latest versions also allow saving to raw RGB, Planar RGB, and indexed formats.
tcsysmon is a dock app that monitors Mem/Swap/DiskIO/Uptime and displays blinky lights for your interrupts and page in/outs. Its goal is to display as many real-time system statistics as possible with a minimum of CPU usage. It includes MMX routines for faster updates on newer CPUs.
WMixer is a complete OSS mixer solution in dockapp form factor. All channels are supported, stereo channels balance can be adjusted, and main recording source can be set. Volume can also be adjusted using the mousewheel on newer mice, the mixer automatically updates if another program changes mixer channels, and it uses very little CPU time. There is also an "On-Screen-Display" feature to visualize current volume using a TV-like volume bar.
WMLmMon is a system health monitoring applet for WindowMaker, which uses a kernel module to read the status of lm78/75 chips on most current motherboards. WMLmMon displays current CPU and motherboard temperature on systems equipped with such sensors. It has been successfully tested on the Supermicro p6dls board.
WMAcpi is a dockapp-style battery meter for 2.4.x kernels compiled with ACPI support. It provides information such as battery time remaining, battery percentage, battery status (such as charging, discharging, etc), and a "timer" mode to keep track of how long the system is "on battery". There is also support for standard APM BIOS, as a compile-time option.
wow, why would I trust my project to these guys, they can't even afford to pay for a valid security certificate.
And, how does that place plan to make money?
And look at that horrible web design.
tables are so 1998.
> Python is already included on most/all
I've never seen python installed on any machines that *I* use.
> If you had spent 5 seconds to check
> instead of just &quot;wondering&quot;
> (aka trolling), you would have found out
> that the checksumming is done in C modules
> that are called by cfv.
Really? So reading byte by byte and calling CRC32 functions on that is "not slower" than for example, mmap()'ing the file and running CRC32 on the entire file? Oh, did I mention we are using Python here?
> Maybe I did pick the right language for the job, eh?
Python? Get real. Nobody used Python for anything other than random hacks or things that nobody will ever want to maintain.