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CMOC is a 6809-generating cross-compiler for a subset of the C language. It produces assembler code for the Motorola 6809 processor in the Intel HEX format, for the Color Computer .BIN format and for the Vectrex game console. It runs under GNU/Linux and probably also other Unix-like environments.
ErmineSI is a platform that allows custom syscall handling. No need to kernel module, everything done in user space.
Insomnia is a beautiful cross-platform application for organizing, running, and debugging HTTP requests.
µBlock is an efficient and general-purpose web filter plugin for browsers. It's primarily used for ad blocking of course. Runs in Firefox, Chrome, Opera Blink, Safari, Fennec, and other Chromium-based browsers. It automatically uses EasyList, EasyPrivacy and Malware Domain filter lists, but also supports hpHosts, MVPS HOSTS, Spam404 and many other curated block lists. µBlock is speedier and more memory conservative than other ad blockers, and is completely open source, does not undermine filtering like ADPs sponsored ads.
Poppler is librarified PDF rendering toolkit derived from the Xpdf 3.0 code base. It can utilize X11-independent rendering backends like Cairo, Splash, or Qt4 Arthur. It's not designed for platform-agnosticy, but proper BSD/Linux integration; is used by various PDF applications (Evince, Okular, TeXStudio, pdftotext, Zathura, Xournal, Inkscape), and comes with a set of command-line tools of its own.
Raccoon - Google Play desktop client
With Raccoon, you can download apps from Google Play to your desktop computer instead of your phone tablet. Raccoon is intended for users who: * Don't want to use the official app because of privacy concerns. * Prefer to keep a backup of their apps (e.g. to roll back to older versions). * Install/Deinstall often and don't want to waste time/bandwidth on downloading.
BizHawk is a an emulator for multiple game system home computers. It's written in C#, provides full-screen viewing, joypad and joystick support, as well as development and debugging features for all emulated CPUs and hardware platforms. It supports NES, SNES, N64, Gameboy/Color/Advance, Sega Master System, Genesis, Saturn, SG-1000, Game Gear, PC-Engine (TGfx-16), Atari 2600/7200, SuperGrafx, ColecoVision, TI-82, Wonderswan, PSP, PSX, and C64.
youtube-dl is a small command-line tool to download videos. While it originally and still is used for YouTube.com, it supports many other video hosters like Anitube, Appletrailers, Archive.org, ARD, Arte, Blinkx, Bloomberg, CBS, clipfish, CollegeHumor, ComedyCentral, Discovery, dropbox, eHow, flickr, FranceTV, Google+, GorillaVid, Internet Video Archive, justintv, KhanAcademy, liveleak, MTV, MyVideo, NBC, Newstube, novamov Slideshare, SoundCloud, Southpark, Steam, SyFy, Veoh and Vimeo. It can save video MP4s and other provided formats or just extract audio tracks.
QuiteRSS is a desktop news feeds (RSS/Atom) reader with a Qt interface. It's both fast and convenient to use, embeds a WebKit view, allows searching, bookmarking and filtering feed items or users. QuiteRSS also includes ad blocking, proxy support, feed update timers, a tree-grouped feed list, sound and visual notifications, OPML imports, and is fully portable.
ExifTool is a Perl library and command-line tool for reading and updating common meta data information in various file formats. Foremost it works on image files, EXIF, PNG, GPS, IPTC, XMP, JFIF/JPEG, GeoTIFF, ICC Profile, Photoshop IRB, FlashPix, AFCP, AIFF, DJVU, Postscript, GZIP, OpenDocument, PDF, SVG, OGG and ID3. It can also edit maker notes of digital (RAW) camera files from Canon, Casio, FLIR, FujiFilm, GE, HP, JVC/Victor, Kodak, Leaf, Minolta/Konica-Minolta, Nikon, Nintendo, Olympus/Epson, Panasonic/Leica, Pentax/Asahi, Phase One, Reconyx, Ricoh, Samsung, Sanyo, Sigma/Foveon and Sony.
Open source can also help the telecom industry save money. Proprietary solutions typically require the installation of expensive hardware. Open software, on the other hand, is usually free. Telecom operators can download the software without the
While the open-source delivery model has emerged as a highly popular success, the problem remains that free downloadable software does not usually lead to revenue. But a growing number of cloud network entrepreneurs are becoming convinced that
Either that or you have to pay a subscription fee (such as Microsoft Office 365 or Adobe CC). But there are free equivalents to just about every paid-for program, from Word and Excel to Photoshop, antivirus and games. Here is the best free Windows
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Of course, the open source software is free, but the people who can work with open source tools may be more expensive than those who are capable with proprietary technologies. The change in analytics technologies has been rapid and broad. There's no
Documentation is hard, and most developers can't be bothered.and more »
Our Verdict. A brilliant free ebook reader designed with usability in mind, but if your ebook collection originated on the Kindle store you'll need to stick with Amazon's own software. ... You don't need a dedicated device to enjoy ebooks. There are
While they offer specs that are reasonably competitive with 2016-era Windows laptops, these are custom machines that ship with free and open source software including the GNU/Linux-based PureOS operating system and the Coreboot bootloader.and more »
Many open-source software projects are hosted on GitHub (a service it offers them for free). The company thinks of its internal operations as open-source for employees, allowing anyone to see and contribute (through a pull request) to projects such as
Bleachbit is another free and open source disk wiping software that's available for Windows, Linux, and MacOS. You can also use a free drive eraser tool called CBL Data Shredder if you don't have any problem with making a bootable USB and taking a long
Today's world runs on open source software. The web, smartphones, the Amazon Echo, your car—everything high-tech depends on open source these days. Where free, collaborative software projects were once the flags flown by indie developers bucking