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- Elektra is a configuration management framework, it mounts configuration files into global keys database creating sort of virtual file system for easier access, changing and locating the configuration parameters. A wide range of plugins is available used to specify format (JSON, INI, XML and others), default settings , validation, etc. Use High-level API to elektrify your application for easier maintenance and generate type-safe configuration access code based on same specification used for validation. The core is the library implemented in C, bindings to another languages are provided.
- The game tells the story of a world destroyed by a conflict between robots and their human masters. Play as Tux in a quest to save the world from the murderous rebel bots who know no mercy. You get to choose which path you wish to follow, and freedom of choice is everywhere in the game. FreedroidRPG features a real time combat system with melee and ranged weapons, fairly similar to the proprietary game Diablo. There is an innovative system of programs that can be run in order to take control of enemy robots, alter their behavior, or improve one's characteristics. You can use over 50 different kinds of items and fight countless enemies on your way to your destiny. An advanced dialog system provides story background and immersive role playing situations. The game is complete, fully playable, and can provide about 10 hours of fun. It is still being actively developed, and help is welcome in many areas. People having - or trying to acquire - programming, map editing, or writing skills will find FreedroidRPG to be an exciting, fast-moving project in which they can fully express their creativity.
- Fugio (pronounced foo-gee-oh) is an open visual programming system for building digital art and creative projects quickly, with no programming experience required.
- IUP is a multi-platform toolkit for building graphical user interfaces (GUIs). It offers a simple API in three basic languages: C, Lua and LED. IUP's purpose is to allow a program source code to be compiled in different systems without any modification. Its main advantages are: high performance, due to the fact that it uses native interface elements; and fast learning by the user, due to the simplicity of its API. More details at: http://webserver2.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/en/prod.html
- KOReader is a document viewer application, originally created for Kindle e-ink readers. It currently runs on Kindle, Kobo, PocketBook, Ubuntu Touch and Android devices. Developers can also run a KOReader emulator for development purposes on desktop PCs with GNU/Linux, Windows and Mac OSX.
- A game engine for 2D games of any genre. Uses the Lua programming language.
- Luacheck is a static analyzer and also a linter for the Lua programming language. You can customize and configure the program to your likings the syntax supports Lua 5.1, Lua 5.2, Lua 5.3, Lua 5.4 and LuaJIT. The program is written in Lua too.
- An Libre voxel game engine. Play one of our many games, mod a game to your liking, make your own game, or play on a multiplayer server. Game Example: MineClone. MineClone is a Minecraft / Infiniminer inspired game, currently under active development. It is a “sandbox” game in which players explore an expansive world made of harvestable blocks. There are mountains, dungeons and very deep caves to mine from. Harvested blocks can be crafted into tools or objects, and/or attached to other blocks in the world. There is also a multi-player mode with a number of active servers. Minetest has a server-side Lua modding API, which makes it possible to add and modify content in easy-to-write mods.
- Neovim is a next-generation vim editor.
- Nmap ("Network Mapper") is a network discovery and security auditing tool. It is also useful for tasks such as network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime. It also provides an advanced netcat implementation (ncat), a utility for comparing scan results (ndiff), and a packet generation and response analysis tool (nping).
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