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The TAS Movie Editor (tas-editor) provides a GUI frontend and intuitive frame input editing facilities for Tool-Assisted Speedruns. Currently, Snes9x (SMV), Gens (GMV), FCE Ultra (FCM), Famtasia (FMV) and VisualBoyAdvance (VBM) movie files are supported.
EPIC is Perl IDE (including editor and debugger) based on the Eclipse platform, compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Whether you are into CGI scripting or full-fledged Perl projects with hundreds of modules, EPIC is the most feature-rich and extensible free Perl IDE available today.
gmuck assists you in generating valid (X)HTML by examining the source code that generates it. It is not a replacement for real validation tools, but is handy in quick checks and in situations where validation of the actual markup is troublesome.
AppleJack is a user friendly troubleshooting assistant for Mac OS X. With AppleJack you can troubleshoot a computer even if you can`t load the GUI, or don`t have a startup CD handy. AppleJack runs in Single User Mode and is menu-based for ease of use
MyJabberAssistant is a multi-platform XMPP/Jabber personal assistant built with Java. It works as an IM to Email or IM to SMS program. This program is compatible with Mac OS X, Linux, and Win XP (most likely vista too). You need at least version 1_5 (Java 5) in order to run this program. Run MyJabberAssistant at the same time you run your regular client (Pidgin,google talk, etc). The client with highest priority will be the one that receives all new conversations. When you want MyJabberAssistant
software for analyzing and visualization of the results of deep amplicon sequencing cite: STUGLIK, M. T., RADWAN, J. and BABIK, W. (2011), jMHC: software assistant for multilocus genotyping of gene families using next-generation amplicon sequencing. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11: no. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.02997.x http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.02997.x