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The GNU C Library, glibc, provides the standard C library interface for GNU/Linux and other Free Software operating systems.
Checkstyle is a development tool to help programmers write Java code that adheres to a coding standard. Its purpose is to automate the process of checking Java code, and to spare humans of this task.
The Eclipse Checkstyle plug-in integrates the Checkstyle Java code auditor into the Eclipse IDE. The plug-in provides real-time feedback to the user about violations of rules that check for coding style and possible error prone code constructs.
The OCaml Batteries Included project provides a rich programming environment for beginners and advanced users. Its developers find strength in the extensive libraries of modern industrial languages (Java/.Net). We take the best from these languages for the benefit of OCaml users, providing a ... [More]
Acceleo is an implementation of the Object Management Group (OMG) MOF Model to Text Language (MTL) standard. This component is an entirely new development of the OMG MOF Model to Text (Mof2Text) language. The implementation will be compliant with the core feature compliance level of the ... [More]
Apache Harmony is the Java SE project of the Apache Software Foundation. The aim of the project is to produce a large and healthy community of those interested in runtime platforms tasked with creation of: - a compatible, independent implementation of Java SE under the Apache License v2 - a ... [More]
musl, pronounced like “mussel” or “muscle”, is a “libc”, an implementation of the standard library functionality described in the ISO C and POSIX standards, plus common extensions, intended for use on Linux-based systems. It is lightweight, fast, simple, free, and aims to be correct in the sense of standards-conformance and safety.
OpenAstronomyLog is a free and open XML schema definition for all kinds of astronomical observations. The schema is released under the APACHE Software License 2.0 and is currently supported in both open source and commercial software. The Schema was developed by the German "Fachgruppe für ... [More]
Eventually a minimal but fully ISO/IEC 9899:1989 / 1999 / 2011 and ISO/IEC 14882:1997 / 2011 compliant C standard library framework in the Public Domain, with clean OS interfaces, usable on a variety of platforms and particularly suited for use as the C library on new platforms.