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One-JAR(TM) is a simple solution to a vexing problem in Java: how to distribute an application as a single jar-file, when it depends on multiple other jar-files. One-JAR uses a custom classloader to discover library jar files inside the main jar.
Platform for Annotated Corpora in XML Integrated tool for corpus linguists built on Eclipse, Vex, Subversive, etc. for creating and editing transcriptions and annotations, querying, managing version controlled data, and building a shippable corpus.
A class of simple PHP functions for controlling a VEX robot. RequirementsVEX Controller Running Online Code Programming Cable Serial Port ( chmod to 777 or add apache to uucp group ) PHP Apache ( for running example code )
Jvex-robotics interfaces Java single board computers to the VEX Robotics Robotics Design System Kit. The goal is to free the Java host from low-level device management by delegating these tasks to the VEX Controller that comes with the kit. The result is that a Java host can easily manage real-time VEX devices over a serial protocol. The VEX controller directly manages sensor and motor hardware. Given a decent 'C' compiler, the pair of PIC microprocessors is well suited for offloading low-level,
the Java Vex Driver (JVD) is another method of controlling the Vex robot. Like JVex, it uses Java to control the Vex robot. it is designed to be as simple as possible and requires only that you download the default online code.
The vex-persistence API is a high-level library to work above JPA. The whole API was built with Hibernate implementation of JPA. So, it will be need to add those libraries together on project classpath. It also can be used with others implementations, like Kodo. But that was not tested. Feel free to contribute with this project.
The idea of this project is to create a library to allow Java programmers to have access to the raw Battle.net packets in order to write mods and bots for Diablo 2. In the beginning, this project will use the RedVex Battle.net proxy software, but eventually I hope to implement a pure Java proxy.
GreenVexOpen Source proxy written in Python. Simplifies interacting with Battle.net protocols. Allows the creation of bots and tools for Battle.net by monitoring, sending, and receiving packets. Python is an interpreted language, therefore the source code can be executed without re-compilation (on-the-fly changes). Currently supports: Diablo II. Features a plugin system, and many functions to make bot development easier. Creating, testing, and running plugins is quick and easy. Features a protoc
This project aims to create a set of highly optimized multi-thread DSP routines to be used in DSP applications. This project comes from the need to have a library with functionalities that are similar to the one available in the Apple vDSP Library.