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Biosig4c++ false
Library for processing of biomedical signals.
Birdfont false
vector font editor
Bison true
General-purpose parser generator.
Bisonc++ false
LALR1 parser generator generating C++ code
Bisq false
A decentralized cryptocurrency exchange
Bitcask false
Log-Structured Hash Table for Fast Key/Value Data
Bitpacket false
Python representation for bit field structures.
Bitstring false
Simple construction, analysis and modification of binary data.
Bitten false
a simple distributed continuous integration system.
Bkchem false
Chemical drawing program.
Black-widow false
Offensive penetration testing tool
Blade false
A lightweight and portable language that allows you to develop complex applications quickly
Blame false
RCS equivalent of CVS's "annotate" command
Blender false
3D creation suite
Bless false
A fast and customizable hex editor.
Blind false
A collection of command line video editing utilities.
Blindsend false
End-to-end encrypted file exchange
Blob-polyfill false
Blob Polyfill serves Blob.js over npm.
BlockSignal false
Secure Messaging Application
Blockly false
Blockly is a web-based, graphical programming editor.
Bloom false
A creative 2D platformer game
BlueSpice false
Enterprise distribution of the famous Wikipedia software MediaWiki.
Bluefish false
GTK+ programmers editor
Blueman false
GTK+ Bluetooth Manager
Blwm false
Window manager.
Bmrblib false
The Biological Magnetic Resonance Data Bank (BioMagResBank or BMRB) library
Board-tnk false
Discussion board
Bobcat false
run-time (shared) Bobcat library
Bochs false
IA32 (x86) PC emulator
Bochs-Tools false
Scripts and programs to be used with the Bochs-emulator
Boehm garbage collector false
Conservative garbage collector for C and C++
Bongo false
Media player for Emacs.
Bonsai false
Performs queries on the contents of a CVS archive
Bookworm false
A simple user centric eBook reader which displays multiple eBooks formats uniformly
Bool true
Utility for matching boolean queries in text.
Booleano false
an interpreter of boolean expressions, a library to define and run filters available as text (e.g., in a natural language) or in Python code.
Boost false
Portable C++ source libraries.
Bootstrap false
Mobile-first, responsive Web front-end framework
Bootswatch false
Free themes for Bootstrap
Bosco false
Rewrite of Bugzilla in PHP
Bosh false
The Browsable-Output SHell.
Bottle false
a fast and simple WSGI web-framework for Python.
Bpel2owfn true
Translate web service expressed in BPEL to oWFN.
Brackets false
Code editor for the Web
Braille Scrabble false
A text-based implementation of TuxWordSmith for use in terminal.
Braze false
A scripted MIDI patch bay manager for ALSA
Breach false
Modular and lightweight Web browser
Brightway2 false
Life cycle assessment framework
Brinance false
Lightweight personal finance program
Brother ql false
A software package to facilitate printing labels on Brother’s QL-Series label printers
Browser-history-viewer false
A tool to view Web browser history information.
Browsersync false
Real-time browser synchronization for Web development
Bspwm false
A tiling window manager based on binary space partitioning
Bubblemon false
Graphic display of CPU and memory load.
Budgie false
A feature-rich and modern desktop environment
Bug-A-Boo false
Web-based bug tracking system
Bug-buddy false
GNOME bug-reporting utility
BugPort false
QA system for software development
Bugdar false
Is a bug tracking system.
Bugs false
Dynamic private key encryption algorithm and applications
Bugtrack false
Bug tracking system
BuildBot false
Automates the compile/test cycle of software development
Buildtool false
Portable build infrastructure
Buildutils false
Distutils extensions for developing Python libraries and applications.
Bullet dodger false
A fun and challenging mouse game where you must dodge bullets
Bundler false
a tool that manages gem dependencies for your ruby application.
Bunny the Fuzzer false
closed loop, high-performance, general purpose protocol-blind fuzzer
Burn false
command-line tool for writing optical media
Burn 360 false
Burn 360 - VCD ripping, Encoding and Creation GUI written in perl-Gtk2
Bustd false
bustd is a lightweight process killer daemon for out-of-memory scenarios for Linux!
Busted false
busted is a tool for gathering and reporting information about a broken gem.
Busybox false
Set of common utilities built as single binary
Butter false
Play shareable videos from various places
Bwa false
Burrows-Wheeler Aligner.
Bwstats false
bandwidth utilization diagram generator
BzrPublish false
Eases publishing releases of software developed in bzr.
C ElementTree false
an add-on to the standard ElementTree package.
C to C++ converter false
Converts C sources or whole project into C++
C++ Annotations false
An extensive C++ tutorial/textbook
C-graph true
Visualize convolution and demonstrate convolution theorem.
C2hs false
Simplifies the development of Haskell bindings to C libraries
C2lib false
Perl/STL-like library of tools for C programming
C3.js false
D3-based reusable chart JavaScript visualization library
CDimgtools false
inspect and manipulate disc images
CFFI false
Foreign Function Interface for Python calling C code
CHEAT false
C Unit testing framework
CIA false
Realtime project tracking system
CImg false
Template Image Processing Toolkit.
CMDln false
An improved cmd.py for writing multi-command scripts and shells.
CMUCL false
Free implementation of Common Lisp
CMake false
Build system
CONSUL false
Open Government
CP: Cerebral Procreation false
A BF (BrainF***) interpreter and compiler.
CPG false
Specifies language grammars and computes, generates, and simulates the corresponding automatons
CRCmod false
a CRC generator
CSS-parser false
Ruby CSS Parser.
CSSPool false
a CSS SAC parser and by default will output a DOM Level 2 style tree.
CUPS false
Portable printing layer
CUnit false
A unit testing library for the C language
CVAssistant false
World's most advanced job application software


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