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Chess in a Few Bytes
Linux has a good range of extremely strong chess engines such as Stockfish, Critter, Togo II, Crafty, GNU Chess, and Komodo. The chess engines featured in this article offer no match to a good chess engine, but they show how much can be achieved with a minuscule codebase.

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Penguin Command
Penguin Command is a clone of the classic Missile Command game, but it has more advanced graphics and sound. The gameplay has also been slightly modified. Read more


  • TyVIS
    TyVIS is a VHDL simulation kernel which has been implemented on top of WARPED, a general purpose Time Warp simulation kernel. This combination provides parallel VHDL simulation capability as WARPED allows sequential and parallel simulation.
  • V2000
    The aim of the V2000 project is to circumvent the politics of the EDA vendors and OVI/IEEE committees and implement a Verilog-AMS (and VHDL) simulator system without the bugs and semantic problems that those committees have failed to fix.
  • VBS
    Verilog Behavioral Simulation is a simple implementation of a Verilog simulator
  • VDT
    VHDL Developer's Toolkit is developed to support fast and easy development and integration of VHDL application tools. It provides a library of versatile routines and several utilities for developers of VHDL application.
  • VGUI
    VGUI is a free graphical tool for capturing, drawing, editing, and navigating hierarchical block-diagrams, and for producing corresponding structural VHDL code. The VGUI tool is easy to learn-and-use, with a style based on popular web-browser, word-processor/drawing tools.
  • ViPEC
    ViPEC is a powerful tool for the analysis of high frequency, linear electrical networks. It takes a text based description of the electrical network and an analysis is performed in the frequency domain. The output is in the form of 2-port parameters (S, Y or Z) with results presented on a user defined grid and Smithchart.
  • VIS
    Verification Interacting with Synthesis: a system for formal verification, synthesis, and simulation of finite state systems
  • Voyeur
    Voyeur is a visualization tool that displays a circuit schematic on the screen. It works in conjunction with external layout tools, including VCG, and Dot. Voyeur also comes with some perl scripts which will derive a visualization layout from information provided by Carafe.
    VSTGL is intended to improve the overall design flow for people who are often working with Signal Transition Graphs (STG).
  • WREC
    WREC Reforms Electrolytic Capacitors: automates this process using serial ports to control SCPI-programmable power supplies. WREC will ramp the voltage, at each step setting an appropriate current limit, and waiting for the leakage current to drop to an acceptable level
  • XCircuit
    XCircuit is a program for drawing publishable-quality electrical circuit schematic diagrams and related figures, and produce circuit netlists through schematic capture. XCircuit regards circuits as inherently hierarchical, and writes both hierarchical PostScript output and hierarchical SPICE netlists. Circuit components are saved in and retrieved from libraries which are fully editable. XCircuit does not separate artistic expression from circuit drawing; it maintains flexiblity in style without compromising the power of schematic capture.
  • XRoadMaker
    XRoadMaker is a GNOME pcb. It support equipotentials, multiwidth and distributed tracks.

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