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JSmooth is a Java Executable Wrapper. It creates native Windows launchers (standard .exe) for your java applications. It makes java deployment much smoother and user-friendly, as it is able to find any installed Java VM by itself. When no VM is available, the wrapper can automatically download ... [More]
IntroductionTracking/Issues have moved to LightHouse: http://baseapp.lighthouseapp.com Source: http://github.com/ariejan/baseapp
PackmolThis page contains the version history of Packmol. You can download packmol from this page, but give preference to the official Packmol page, for which the link is provided here. What is PackmolPackmol creates an initial point for molecular dynamics simulations by packing molecules in ... [More]
Startup Manager is a program that provides you the possibility to manage the Windows startup procedure. It offers you the possibility to control which programs automatically start up and more.
Ease Is A Next Generation Computer Program Which Simulates A Computer Programming Language. This Is Targeted Towards Children And Begginers So That They Can Get A Feel Of A Computer Programming While Programming In A Good Graphical Environmet. It Is A Powerful IDE As Well, As It Can Recognize ... [More]
Simple and customizable script that automatically creates and configures a new django project with user's own preferences. Designed for developers that create many django projects with the same structure. It is also good for Django newbies, because after execution there is a working Django ... [More]
Django StartA starting Django application integrating popular 3rd party applications. For each included application all the basic views are provided. The project is including a script to sync all the repositories of Django and its pluggable applications at fixed revisions, in that way all the API ... [More]
ENThe goal of this project is to create a minimum application that goes beyond the Django tutorial and shows you how to use some of the normal practises you could find in a real application. Some of the examples are also part of a blog post at http://trespams.com, my blog about Python and Django. ... [More]