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World's #1 Open Source ERP, Accounting, CRM for SMBs. Mac, Windows, Linux and Mobile. Rich API to connect third-party apps. FREE user registration, demos and trial offers, plus commercial editions and add-ons at http://www.xTuple.com.
Graphical SQL report writer, designer and rendering engine, optimized for PostgreSQL. WYSIWYG display, GUI built with Qt, runs on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X. Reports can be saved as XML, either as files or in a database.
Polyester is a tuple space framework based on the lighTS project, with extensions to support asynchronous and decoupled interaction of agents. The provided example application is a (toy) library of XML documents that can be queried using XPath.
Pangool is a framework on top of Hadoop that implements Tuple MapReduce. It supports secondary sorting, Built-in reduce-side joining capabilities, Built-in serialization support for Thrift and ProtoStuff and lot more.
PostBooks is a full-featured, fully-integrated business management system, the core of the award winning xTuple ERP Suite. It supports Accounting, Sales, CRM, Purchasing, Inventory, Work orders, Reporting and lot more. It supports multi currency, multi lingual and multiple tax structure.
FastTuple is a library that provides generic tuples to Java programs. It offers several different varieties of tuple classes including serializable and comparable tuples. In addition, it includes tuple classes that permit or forbid nullable elements. Finally, FastTuple provides facilities for parallel iteration, similar to the zip function in Python or the loop macro in Common Lisp.
TeenyLime is a middleware simplifying the development of wireless sensor networks applications. The foundation for TeenyLime is the notion of tuple space, a repository of elementary sequences of typed fields, called tuples.