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A developmental branch of the Linux/m68k port, supporting older Macintoshes with a Motorola 68020, 030, or 040 CPU and an MMU. This includes most II/LC/Centris/Quadra/Performa-class machines. Check the status page on the project web site for details.
This tool allows to boot linux-m68k from a floppy on a macintosh motorola 68K based. With it, you can create rescue disk, or remove the MacOS partition (needed by the legacy penguin booter) from your HD.
The project comprises numerous binaries, supporting 68k, Classic PPC, Carbon/Cocoa PPC and Cocoa on Intel. It supports dynamically loaded CFM or MachO plug-ins to edit resources, and is easily extendible by third parties.
Welcome to PERMMPERMM is a Python-based Environment for Reaction Mechanisms/Mathematics. Simply put, PERMM helps you detangle the complex relationships in reaction mechanisms. Reaction mechanisms, as shown in our logo, often have complex and recursive relationships that when combined with 4-dimensional rate data... can get frizzy. PERMM starts with a reaction mechanism, applies n-dimensional rate data, and then provides an interface for chemical analysis. PERMM lets you: define chemical species
FeaturesCode as you normally would in Processing, just ray-trace render the result. The library reads what's on Processing's display, and returns the exact same view, only rendered. It uses an external render template (an SC file), so all of Sunflow's functionalities just work, which means you can render inside Processing: Textures Light sources Depth-of-field External file objects .. among other things The library works with all the latest versions of Processing. Changes Log02/Nov/2010 v0.70 im