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Fun to Play Open Source Real-Time Strategy Games Fight for Glory
RTS games have a large fan base since their inception. This game genre requires cunning, creativity, and the ability to devise innovative strategies to usurp your opponents. Some of the best known proprietary RTS series are Warcraft, Starcraft, Command & Conquer, and Age of Empires.

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a self contained application bundle of the GNU Image Manipulation Program for OS X


  • pyswarm
    pyswarm is planned to be a holistic set of model-driven software development tools focussed on the easy creation of powerful and business logic enriched applications in the field of Web- and data-centric solutions for industry, public sector and non-profit organizations.
    Radria is a collection of Web-based RAD tools to build Web applications with PHP and JavaScript. It lets you create database driven Web applications directly from a Web browser with drag-and-drop, and point-and-click. It features real WYSIWYG with instant script execution and contextual access to the entire HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP source code. It is fully component oriented with many add-ons and packages. It lets you use and integrate your own scripts and framework.
  • RADWiki
    RADWiki or "Rapid Application Development Wiki" allows you to rapidly create Web applications by using a set of functionality plugins and "gluing" them together in a wiki. The goal of RADWiki is to make design and layout and localization as easy as writing a wiki page.
  • rebXR
    rebXR is a lightweight standard, enabling RPC over HTTP by using XML as a marshaling format.
  • Rounded PHP
    Rounded PHP is an API for creating perfect anti-aliased rounded corner images on the fly. Using the internal GD library in PHP 5+ and a simple set of query variables, a developer will have little need to store many different rounded corner images to use around a Web site.
  • RubyOSA
    RubyOSA is a bridge that connects Ruby to the Apple Event Manager infrastructure, automatically populating the API according to the target application's scriptable definition. In other words, it allows you to do in Ruby whatever you could do in AppleScript.
  • SandWeb
    SandWeb is a web-based Sandbox Management Client. Since we currently only support CVS, it could also be described as a web-based CVS client. It is based off ideas from CVSWeb and CVSWebClient, although our codebase is completely re-designed to be a totally client-side rather than server-side component ( in relation to the VCS server. SandWeb can be run from any web server that supports Perl and CGI, and communicate with the VCS server remotely or locally ).
    SAPIPROCESSOR - is a compact toolkit for processing of documents using XML Sapiens. SAPIPROCESSOR takes XML files with data, XML Sapiens scenarios, environment variables as input parameters. SAPIPROCESSOR returnes parsed page or an XML tree for further format processing.
  • Scriptorium
    Scriptorium is a web-based code library. It's designed for programmers who need to organize, share, and archive the code they've written, regardless of what language or format that code is in.
  • Simple Plain Xml Parser
    spxml is a simple and plain xml parser written in C++. spxml supports pull-model and DOM-model xml parsing.
  • Solex
    Solex is a Web application testing tool built as a plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. It provides functions to record a client session, adjust it according to various parameters and replay it later typically in order to ensure non regression of the application's behaviour.
  • Spindle Plugin
    Spindle is a plug-in that adds IDE support for Tapestry to the Eclipse platform.
  • Stitch
    Stitch lets you keep your templates and pages neatly separated from each other in different files.
  • submitTroughImage
    submitTroughImage is a small but useful spam/flood form submission protection class that uses CAPTCHA. It produces an image with a random string that must be entered before a submission can proceed.
  • SVN::Web
    SVN::Web provides a Web interface to Subversion repositories. You can browse the tree, view the history of a directory or a file, see what's changed in a specific revision, track changes with RSS, view diffs, and check out files.
  • T++
    T++ is a engine for running web applications written in C++, i.e., with C++ code embeded into HTML.
  • Tagneto
    Tagneto is a Web developer tool with JavaScript libraries to aid MVC development of XML user interfaces, primarily for HTML Web applications. The Web developer tool is a view assembly tool written in Java, and the JavaScript libraries help construct the controller and fetch the model from the server.
  • Tesly
    Tesly is a web application written in PHP that helps you create, execute, and report on test plans. Test plans are comprised of test cases, which are made up of step-by-step procedures.
  • tesSpinbox
    tesSpinbox is a DHTML Spinbutton, Spinbox, Spincontrol, UpDown button or whatever you choose to call it. It is used to easily input numbers into forms.
  • Testitool
    Testitool is a web based application for QA test planning containing the following functionality: create a test plan and populate it with test cases, map test cases to functional requirements and generate reports on your test plans.
  • The Epeios XML preprocessor
    The "expp" tool (the Epeios XML preprocessor) reads an XML file to transform it to another XML file. It simplifies the writing of XML files by allowing the handling of macros, the definition and testing of variables, the inclusion of files, and more. This is done by writing, directly in the source XML file, predefined tags owned by a given namespace, tags which are then recognized and handled by the "expp" tool.
  • The Zope Shell
    manipulate the Zope Object DataBase with Unix shell like commands
  • UDAT
    UDAT is a data format, offering a generic basis for data storage and transmission, while being both easily readable by humans and easily readable by machines. It is comparable to formats like XML or YAML, but due to simplicity it is much more easy to parse.
  • UMLSpeed
    UMLSpeed is a compiler for a C-style language of UML notation. It can produce SVG UML diagrams and XMI documents and generate source code in various languages.
  • USVN
    Userfriendly SVN is based on a web interface and allows you to configure your subversion repositories. This interface allows you to create new projects without the command line interface, this means without a priviliged access on the server.
  • ViewMTN
    ViewMTN is a web interface to the Monotone distributed version control system. It currently supports: listing all branches and tags, and showing a revision.
  • WAusers
    WAusers is one component of the WAhelper Web accessibility testing suite. WAusers serves for managing Web accessibility testing sites where users can register, create their own Web accessibility testing projects, and log into all their projects using a single global password.
  • WebApplicationBuilder
    WebApplicationBuilder is a JBuilder 4 opentool extension that helps you to generate thin client web applications rapidly.
  • WebMake
    WebMake is a simple web site management system, allowing an entire site to be created from a single WebMake file, and an optional set of additional content files and data sources.
  • WebSpike Ruby
    WebSpike Ruby is a document rendering engine designed for web server. It is a technical solution to the all too common problem of building a web page from subcomponents.
  • WebTst
    WebTst is an open-source test management tool aimed at creating and managing user-centric testing.
  • WiXer
    WiXer is a wiki compiler that uses a fully-specified grammar with a git repository for versioning and an Ajax interface. It is designed for those who know nothing about Servlets, and sits easily behind a static content Web server.
  • wscltest
    wscltest is an easy-to-use tool to test Web services. It's a command line tool that you execute from a folder that contains a configuration file along with some SOAP request messages.
  • Wsmake
    Wsmake is a make tool written in C/C++ for website development and maintenance. It features tag substitution, page ordering, and 'make'-like dependency checking.
  • WyCode
    WyCode is a code analyzer that parses PHP code to extract all the queries from scripts (logically grouped in product(s) and modules) and identifies, for each module and script, the required DB privileges. It lists the tables from a database in either a simple way or with the association to scripts and privileges.
  • Xalan-Java
    Xalan-Java is an XSLT processor for transforming XML documents into HTML, text, or other XML document types.
  • Xineo
    Xineo offers an alternative to traditional methods for XML document parsing. It parses large XML documents and streams efficiently while offering a convenient way to handle parsed data in an object-oriented way, allowing clean design and encouraging code-reuse.
  • XML Object Transport
    XML Object Transport is an XML-based distributed object platform for object oriented programming in a distributed, heterogeneous environment.
  • XML Publication
    XML Publication is a set of tools to generate Web pages from desktop documents or other structured documents.
  • xml-g
    xml-g splits an XML file into the components of a pure TextArray and the XML markup information, which allows users to examine the text further with simple PCRE matching and easy memorization of results in the XML tree.
  • XML_PullParser
    XML_PullParser moves the API of the PHP XML facility from an event-based model to a token-based model. Instead of processing data as it is passed from the parser to callbacks, a script using PullParser requests "tokens" from XML_PullParser_getToken() and a number of helper functions.
  • XMLFoundation
    XMLFoundation provides a foundation for XML support in an application.
  • xsd
    xsd is a W3C XML Schema to C++ translator. Given an XML instance description (XML Schema), it generates C++ classes that represent the given vocabulary as well as parsing and serialization code (collectively called a mapping or binding).
  • XSD/e
    CodeSynthesis XSD/e is an open-source XML parser generator for mobile and embedded systems. It provides event-driven, stream-oriented XML parsing, XML Schema validation, and C++ data binding while maintaining a small footprint and portability.

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