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Java implementation of Swedish identities as defined by the Swedish Tax Agency (sv. Skatteverket). The project contains implementations of the following identities: Personal Identity Number (sv. Personnummer) (SKV 704) Organization Number (sv. Organisationsnummer) (SKV 709) Co-ordination Number (sv. Samordningsnummer) (SKV 707) -- Daniel Oskarsson (2010-05-29)
sv is no longer being maintained. If you can, use git. If you are using subversion have a look at git-svn. sv is a wrapper around subversion to simplify the task of branching and merging Specifically, it is a command line tool written in Python that treats branches and tags as first-class names/identifiers so you can operate on them directly without worrying about starting revisions, URLs, and project paths. Here are some reasons why sv might help you work with subversion: sv is optimized for ma
For starters, we will use this project to maintain the sources for our implementation of the web site for this user group at sv-gtug.org. Over time, we may have other sources to maintain related to other projects of this Google Technology User Group (GTUG).
An Extension of Ruby-VPI library for SystemVerilog IEEE P1800-2009 VPI standard Ruby-VPI is a library that lets Ruby programs access the entire IEEE 1364-2005 Verilog VPI interface supported by major Verilog simulators today. Nowadays SystemVerilog has been used as both hardware description and function verification language. There are many SystemVerilog VPI features support in the IEEE P1800-2009 standard. However, the Ruby-VPI is using IEEE 1364-2005 VPI only. In this extension, Ruby-SV-VPI is
This is a discrete event simulator developed to evaluate several algorithms ensuring the version consistency of dynamic reconfiguration of component-based distributed systems. The paper describing the algorithms will appear on ESEC/FSE 2011. To download and run the simulator, one should: Be sure JDK 1.6, Eclipse and Subclipse (Eclipse SVN plugin) are properly installed Start Eclipse and switch to SV NRepositoryExploring perspective Add a new location with the following URL: http://vcsim.googleco