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- DiVinE is an extensible system for distributed formal verification of concurrent systems. DiVinE as such can be viewed from two very different points of view: as a tool for distributed state space analysis and LTL model-checking, and as a development and fast prototyping environment.
- Dia is a program for creating diagrams of all kinds. It can create many types of diagrams, including UML, network and flowchart diagrams. The engine is very flexible and dynamically loads diagram-types from disk. Dia can also print diagrams and export tham to a number pf formats including EPS, SVG and PNG.
- Docmenta is a Java Web-application for creating publications that need to be published for the Web and print.
Supported output formats are PDF, HTML, Web-Help, EPUB (eBook) and DocBook. Main features are:
- Distributed authoring
- WYSIWYG editing
- Link management
- Approval workflow
- Translation support
- Table of Contents and index generation
- Image gallery
- Listing support (line numbering, syntax highlighting)
- Applicability filtering and more.
- Are you drowning in information, but starving for knowledge? Where do you keep your private remarks like ideas, personal plans, gift tips, how-tos, dreams, business vision, finance strategy, auto coaching notes? Loads of documents, sketches and remarks spread around the file system, cloud, web and Post-it notes? Are you affraid of your knowledge privacy? Are you able to find then once you create them? Do you know how are they mutually related when you read or write them? No? MindForger is open, free, well performing Markdown IDE which respects your privacy and enables security. MindForger is actually more than an editor or IDE - it's human mind inspired personal knowledge management tool.
- Namecheck is a tool for static checking of symbol names using configurable rules for C and C++ code. It is currently a gcc plugin.
- OpenProofPower is a specification and proof tool based on an implementation of Higher Order Logic (HOL), following the LCF paradigm, in Standard ML. OpenProofPower provides support for specification and proof in Z using a semantic embedding of Z into HOL.
- This is an implementation of ASN.1 types and codecs in Python programming language. It has been first written to support particular protocol (SNMP) but then generalized to be suitable for a wide range of protocols based on ASN.1 specification.
- The Jaza Animator
- Jaza is an `Animator' for the Z formal specification language. It is intended to help you:
- evaluate Z expressions;
- test Z schemas against example data values;
- execute some Z specifications.
- This provides a way for Python scripts to attest that a variable has a given type, according to Python PEP 0484.
- XML Boiler
- I wrote a specification (congratulate me with great work) for automatic transformation of XML documents based on namespaces, written a software (XML Boiler) to implement these transformations. Written a short tutorial for XML Boiler.
There was no automatic way to transform between XML files of different formats previously. This new way is a technological revolution.
Most of the specification was implemented in Python programming language, resulting in this free software.
The most important current project goal (as of Apr 2019) is to rewrite the entire project in D programming language (because Python was found too slow and also not enough reliable).
Additional project purpose: Develop some general purpose libraries for D programming language.
The benefits of the project include:
- freely intermix tag sets of different sets of tag semantics (using XML namespaces), without disturbing each other (such as by name clash) in the global world
- add your new tags to HTML (and other XML-based formats)
- get rid of using HTML in future Web, switch it to proper semantic XML formats
- make XSL-format based browsers with automatic generation of XSL from other XML formats
- make automatic coloring of source listings (for example)
- add macroses and include (such as by XInclude) other files in XML
- intermix different XML formats, with intelligent automatic processing of the mix
- embed one XML format in another one
- automatically choose the order of different XML converters applied to your mixed XML file
- make browsers to show your XML in arbitrary format
- make processing XML intelligent (with your custom scripts)
- integrating together XML conversion and validation scripts written in multiple programming languages
- associating semantics (such as relations with other namespaces and validation rules) to a namespace
- semantics can be described as an RDF resource at a namespace URL (or a related URL)
- many more opportunities
- integrate all of the above in single command
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