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is an open source Ada graphical toolkit.
- AMIGA Assembler WWW Page
- C++ Draft
- Computer Languages by Chris Browne is full of
info on all sorts of languages.
Programming Languages is a fabulous resource, a subtree of
the Open Directory Project .
CVS the Concurrent Versions
System is the home site of that indispensible software
Bubbles includes the CVS FAQ-O-Matic.
- CVSSearch is open
source software which lets you search CVS for code
fragments using CVS comments.
- DevGuy has
plenty of advice about CVS!
Source Development with CVS is a good book about using
CVS on projects.
- WinCvs.org offers
graphical user interfaces for CVS.
- cvs2cl is
a Perl script which generates neat change logs from CVS log
System of Structured Documention by Prof. Donald Knuth
- Cygwin is a Unix
environment running on top of Windows. Cygwin comes complete
with the XWindows
- Go is Google's new
- Haskell "is a general
purpose, purely functional programming language. Haskell
compilers are freely available for almost any computer."
- HTML Code Tutorial is very
- HTTP Hypertext
Transfer Protocol Overview
- Jam is a
Operating Systems Handbook gives you working
knowledge of Unix, OpenVMS, OS/400, VM and MVS. Formerly in
print, now a series of freely downloadable PDF's. Great!
- Ruby , an
object-oriented scripting language from Japan.
- SGMLS is the
SGML parser used by many tools and for some reason isn't well
referenced on the Net, hence this link.
SNOBOL the ancient string language by Griswold is still
- FluffyCat also has
- SubVersion is
the new configuration management tool slowly edging out the
Resources , lots of 'em.
- ADSL French
is a Java-based next-generation replacement for the 'make'
Baker 's Archive of Research Papers has
many interesting comp-sci papers by various authors.
64 Encoding Algorithm used by Mime and others.
Guides include guides to various aspects of programming,
- Big Nose Bird has
HTTP/SSI/CGI tricks and techniques
Brown 's Files has a great x86 interrupt
list and other low-level PC programming stuff.
- ChipDir.org lets you search worldwide for that
silicon component you're looking for.
- CoSource puts
together proposals and funding committments for open source
- Crucial Technology
has helpful pages to find memory types for various
generates HTML docs from C++ code.
Archive has a huge (>5*10^6) silicon components (CPU,
chip, etc.) datasheet collection in PDF format.
- DaVinci World
home site of Royal's DaVinci
hand-held computer .
- Devil's IT
Dictionary is a Bierce-like or Kelly-Bootle-like satire of
modern IT. Some great links, too!
Programming Languages Ring
- Diana Mertz
Hsieh's Definitions of Logical
Guide to the Logical Fallacies
- FourmiLab is
Autodesk founder Jack Walker's site. Interesting stuff on a
wide range of sci/comp-sci.
Format has info and tools regarding
hundreds of file formats for word processing, palmtops,
- Sharky's Netscape Frames Tutorial
is a friendly, five-lesson tutorial in frames programming.
ICQ Registration & Java
- GAIM is a
nice ICQ client.
The IEEE Computer Society
Prof. Jose Emilio
Labra Gayo maintains two pages of
- GLOBAL is a
powerful source-browsing system that can generate HTML from
- Midnight Commander
is a two-panel text-mode file browser and F-key driven command
environment which I find useful.
- Monty Kamath's
Goodstart is a great site about the
programming language Smalltalk.
Hacker's Dictionary is both historically
informative and hysterically funny!
- Hobbiton points you to
secure Telnet-SSH for Win32.
Kinder, Gentler HTML Validator
Developer Works and AlphaWorks are the main
pages for tons of open-source software, as well tools and
Catalog of Free Compilers is not complete, but is pretty
- LEO - Link Everything
Online where "everything" includes quite a bit of free
Recipes Books On-Line presents the two classics, Numerical
Recipes in Fortran and Numerical Recipes in C.
- OpenCores is open
source licensed hardware designs.
- Open P2P is an O'Reilly -sponsored exploration of
modern Peer-to-Peer computing.
- Open Source
Institute is Eric S. Raymond's &al.'s site supporting
the concept of open source software.
Systems focusses on, you guessed it, all kinds of operating
OS Ring takes you to sites focussing on the creation and
development of operating systems.
Programming Site has assembly-oriented tools for writing
your own protected mode x86 OS.
- Pen Computing
PLM2C PL/M to C Translator
Page is about self-reproducing programs.
Database Search to locate any Request For Comment
(effectively, international standards).
- RFC2795 is the
Infinite Monkey Protocol Suite (IMPS). You need to read
this now :-)
- Spread is a
reasonably-open-source cross-platform message bus.
- Standard for
Robot Exclusion is about Web 'bots, not
physical world automatons.
- Active Media
Robotics has robots for your home.
- SGML Tools
Lite is free software for handling Structured Generalized
Markup Language documents & source.
- SNMP &
- San Diego Supercomputing
- W. Richard
Stevens Home Page is the site maintained
posthumously for the noted Unix and TCP/IP author.
- Tidy is a neat
- Tucows is a shareware
downloading site. I'd normally ignore this sort of thing, but
they have good Windows data recovery utilities.
Twelve Networking Truths is a pseudo-RFC
which presents witty "laws" of networking.
- U.S. Internet
Council makes recommendations on 'net policy to state
Terminal and Emulator Information is a great resource for
those weird terminals you don't know anything about!
- VMWare Virtual
Platform allows multiple virtual operating systems running
simultaneously on your PC.
- Web Robots Pages
Programmer's Editor is one of the greatest
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