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This library is a .NET wrapper for Lglcd library, used to communicate with Logitech keyboards provided with a display, they are also called G-Series devices. It actually supports all 160x43 black and white devices (G13, G15,...) and 320x240 Colored (QVGA (BGRA)) devices (G19,...
libmylcd is a frame amp; font rendering library and toolkit designed to provide low level access to 2D hardware via a video framebuffer. Supported devices include SED133x, T6963C, PCD8544, S1D15G10, USBD480, PCF8833, PCF8814, USB13700, S1D15G14.
cryptlib is a powerful security toolkit that allows even inexperienced crypto programmers to easily add encryption and authentication services to their software. It provides support for S/MIME and PGP/OpenPGP secure enveloping, SSL/TLS and SSH secure sessions, CA services such as CMP, SCEP, RTCS, and OCSP, and other security operations such as secure timestamping.
Possibility of multiple file uploads in backend as well as frontend using a flex uploader. The component gives administrators features to manage permissions based on Joomla-ACL and filetypes as well as several folders (e.g. per user). Native J.v1.5
Zune LCD is an applet to display all important informations from the Microsoft Zune Software on the Logitech Monochrome or QVGA display (e.g. the display used with the Logitech G15/G19 Keyboard or the Logitech G13 and Z10 devices). It also lets you control the Zune Software.
Announcement1/6/12 The code license has been changed from Apache 2.0 to to GNU GPL v2. See http://code.google.com/p/gwt-g3d/issues/detail?id=8 for the reason why this is necessary. 3/29/11 Version 0.07 is released. This release compatibility issue with GWT 2.2. 10/20/10 Version 0.06 is released. This release includes some bug fixes for the previous releases. There is no major interface change. 8/6/10 Version 0.05 is released. This release updates the API to match the current specification, so so
I wanted a simple command-line tool to be able to grab real-time stats from memcache (memcached, I know, I know), and output it in a view something like top. I couldn't find anything like it, so I wrote one myself in perl. When writing it, I tried to keep it simple, portable, and lightweight. (No memcached perl modules required! I tried to keep it to modules I thought would be preinstalled on almost any modern system. It's also fairly polite - non-critical modules get checked, and if they aren't