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  • Evolution
    Evolution

    Artificial Intelligence class The agents in this world have the primary goal of survival as a whole, however they can each act upon the world individually.The individuality of an agent can be based on both the stochastic nature of the world, as well as their unique genome. The aim of the project is to allow for developers to be able to add plug-in action classes - where the agent can at each iteration, select a given action, and act upon the world, and other surrounding agents.Developer commentsThere is not much to be said about the graphics, or the reporting of what is happening as this is still in a proof-of-concept stage of development, so please be patient.Evolution is written in Python and PyGame. Requirements: · Python · pygame

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  • Popcheck
    Popcheck

    popcheck is a SuperKaramba theme that displayes the most recent 20 e-mails received at a POP account. popcheck is a SuperKaramba theme that displayes the most recent 20 e-mails received at a POP account that are still awaiting download. Queries the POP server once per minute and as new e-mails as they arrive. The sender and the title are displayed. You must configure the hostname and username/password info in the popcheck.py file. You can include a list of substrings, such that if one of them is found in a new mail, an audible alert will sound. This allows you to know when new mail from particular people has arived. The default alert sound is the word "MAIL" in Morse code. You can change this in the popcheck.py file by pointing to a different alert_file, or by replacing the included mail.ogg file with a different sound. Clicking on an e-mail will cause popcheck to download the beginning of the file and display it in a kdialog message box. This way you can look at the start of an e-mail (up to 30 lines) without opening your e-mail client to download the message.Requirements:· SuperKarambaWhat's New in This Release:· Added error checking to handle POP errors or problems with network connectivity.

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  • Snowlist
    Snowlist

    Snowlist generates an RDF (RSS 1.0) document from individual email messages or from a mailing list. Snowlist generates an RDF (RSS 1.0) document from individual email messages or from a mailing list. Rather than producing one news item for each mail message, it will group topics into a single RSS item and present the list in a bulletin board like view.This program generates RSS feeds from mailing lists, because it does not generate the usual one item per mail feeds that are next to useless. Snowlist is written in Perl and uses an SQL database backend. I'd recommend adding a dedicated user on your system that receives all the mailing list mail to make processing easier. I'll assume you're using the user "snowlist" through the rest of this manual.Create the database table now. You can use the included script createdb.DBNAME.sql to create the table Snowlist uses, or you can use the script as a reference and create the table manually. Either way, in the end you must have a table that looks like in the sql example file and a user that can access it.Before running the script edit it and change $YOUR_DB_USER to the desired value!If you make it work on a database other than the included creation scripts it would be nice if you could send me a createdb.DBNAME.sql script. Right now there are scripts for: PostgreSQL.Put the three scripts 'snowlistDB', 'snowlistOutput' and 'SnowlistConfig.pm' into ~snowlist/bin (or wherever you want them). Create a config directory snowlist/.snowlist/ and create the main config file, named 'config' there. See the included file 'config.example' how this should look like. The section names do not have any meaning to snowlist.compressoutput generated feeds will be compressed with gzip. Useful to lower server load and bandwidth consumption. Value is "yes" or "no".compressionlevel zlib compression level: 0 (fastest) - 8 (highest)dbusername username for database logindbpassword password for database loginmaxthread maximum number of threads the RSS feed will containmaxitemsperthread maximum number of mails per threadmsg_expire maximum age of messages kept. See section Database cleanup below.If you have created this file you can start to add your first mailing list. I'd recommend to subscribe to the list, before you actually set up everything so you'll get the sent mails delivered to the user snowlist's standard mailbox and can verify that everything works well.I assume that the mailinglist now forwards mails to the user snowlist and everything works fine.Create a config for the list in ~snowlist/.snowlist/. You will need to choose a name for it that you need to use in various places from now on. Iwill call this ListID. We choose the name "testlist" for now. Create a file named 'testlist.config'. See the included file 'examplefeed.config' to get an idea how it should look like. title the title of the resulting feedlink the homepage of this feed. You can set this to the mailing list's home page for example.description description of this feed the RSS reader will showoutputfile where to write the resulting feed. This location must be writable to the user "snowlist" (or whatever user you chose).maxthreads (optional) You can override the default settingsmaxitemsperthreas in the main configuration for this specific feed.You now need to redirect the list mail to the script 'snowlistDB'. The most convenient way to do this is procmail I would say. Add a .forward file for the user "snowlist" and put "|/path/to/procmail" in there. Add a .procmailrc that contains a filter for the mailing list you subscribed. This filter must pipe its mail to "~snowlist/bin/snowlistDB testfeed". The first (and only) argument given to "snowlistDB" must be the ListID of this feed. It's the same as the name of the config file for this feed. If you mix them up it will not work!If you did everything right, mail that will arrive at snowlist@your.domain will now be written into the database. You can now generate the RSS feed.Run "~snowlist/bin/snowlistOutput testfeed" (once again the first and only argument is the ListID) and the script will write the feed to the location you gave in the config file "testfeed.config".You should add the last command to the user's crontab to regenerate the feed hourly or in a desired interval. If you specify "-" as the outputfile in the config "snowlistOutput" will write the feed to standard output for further processing with other programs.That should be all that is needed to get everything running. Please read the next section! It contains various things to consider before running a publicly accessable feed. Requirements: · Snowlist requires an SQL database and a number of Perl modules to work properly. It currently only support PostgreSQL as a database backend and is intended to be installed on a server rather than a desktop system. Installation instructions can be found in

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  • phpFormGenerator
    phpFormGenerator

    phpFormGenerator is an easy to use tool to create reliable and efficient forms. phpFormGenerator is an easy-to-use tool to create reliable and efficient web forms. No programming of any sort is required.It has the ability to create up to 100 form fields, and to add a variety of field types including text boxes, drop down selection menus, check boxes, radio buttons, and freeform text areas. All field types are highly customizable.The form data can be sent to a provided email address, or stored in a database table (currently MySQL). Here are some key features of "phpFormGenerator": · Ability to create up to 100 form fields · Ability to add a variety of field types including Text Boxes, Passwords, Drop Down Selection menus, Check Boxes, Radio Buttons, free form Text Areas, and File Uploads · All field types are highly customizable (for example you can specify the sizes, options, etc) · Ability to have the form data emailed to a provided email address · Ability to store the form data in a database table (currently supporting MySQL) · Ability to create a file based database to store form data for those who don't have access to a MySQL database server · Administration portal to manage your stored form data

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  • SQLiteFKTG4SA
    SQLiteFKTG4SA

    SQLite Foreign Key Trigger Generator for SQLAlchemy The SQLiteFKTG4SA project exists because SQLite parses fk column constraints but does not enforce them. You can read more about the problem and its solution if you are interested. The gist of it all is that triggers can be used in SQLite to enforce fk column constraints. I had previously created a project to do this in PHP but have recently been trying to move to Python. Since I am using SQLAlchemy, I really desired to generate the FKs automatically, and this project was born.Installation: * download the zip package * unzip contents to somewhere on your python path o /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages or o c:Python25Libsite-packages * you should end up with something like c:Python25Libsite-packagessqlitefktg4sa... Stability: * currently only tested on windows. If you have problems on non-windows system, feel free to put in a bug report and I will fix quickly. * Even though we are only at 0.1, the code is very simple and there is a small test suite covering the obvious use cases. Therefore, it should be pretty stable and any errors should be obvious up front. Example:Download the package and look in the tests directory for a full example. Its really simple to use:import * from sqlalchamyfrom sqlitefktg4sa import SqliteFkTriggerGenerator, auto_assign# define tables using Sqlalchemy...# set some tables manually to have FK generation happenmytable1.append_ddl_listener('after-create', SqliteFkTriggerGenerator)mytable2.append_ddl_listener('after-create', SqliteFkTriggerGenerator)# OR, assign it automatically for all tables in your metadataauto_assign(metadata)#create tables and triggersmetadata.create_all() Here are some key features of "SQLiteFKTG4SA": Currently supports: · insert · update · delete · delete cascade Requirements: · Python

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  • Database Bean Generator
    Database Bean Generator

    Generator is a command line application to facilitate the construction of small applications that need some database objects. Generator is an command line application written in java that have the goal to make easy the construction of little applications that needs some database objects stuff.Database Bean Generator isn't a replacement of complex object persistence solutions, like hibernate or TopLink but it covers a different target. The little java web applications that dont' use sofisticated persistence options.Generator invocation is simple, just type: java -jar generator.jar -xml (config-file.xml)where config-file is a xml config file with the definitions to connect to the database and generate the bean classes. Here are some key features of "Database Bean Generator": · Generates classes to access via custom connection resources to database tables. · Configuration files are in clear xml format and can be embedded or separate. · Supports individual or global field updates. · Supports custom set of Exceptions. · Provides toXML function for each entity generated. · Provides automatic generation of finders coonfigured in the xml configuration file. · Provides some utility static methods via the BdUtils.java class generation. · Generates an xml file with the database structure. · Supports configuration of the methods that produces XML (String as CDATA, data as attributes or values, ...) · Initial support for MySQL and Oracle (Oracle support is in initial stage at this moment). · Provides an ant task for automatic integration builds. · Supports transparent renaming of the generated class individual fields. · Supports normal or CDATA output in individual fields. · Supports utilization in all database methods with your own external connection. · Preliminar support of a pluggable logging system (The goal is use log4j integration) · Support for SEQUENCES in Oracle and AUTOINCREMENT in MySQL · Support arbitrary raw code and imports from configuration file · Correct treatment for NULL values of the fields in the generated class

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  • Password Generator
    Password Generator

    Password Generator is a Superkaramba theme for generating passwords. Password Generator is a Superkaramba theme for generating passwords. The last five passwords are stored in the pw.txt file in your homedirectory. If you want to change the location of your pw.txt file you have to rename the .skz file into .zip and open the .theme file in an editor of your choice and change every path in the file. Be careful that you don't forget one because than it wont work anymore. Then you can repack it in a .zip file and rename it in .skz or you can just use the .theme. The password is updated every minute.Requirements:· SuperkarambaWhat's New in This Release:· Now you can click on the them and the showed password gets copied into the clipboard. The last 5 passwords are also stored.

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  • OtroMonitorMas
    OtroMonitorMas

    OtroMonitorMas is a Superkaramba theme based on the Sysmalon widget. OtroMonitorMas is a Superkaramba theme based on the Sysmalon widget.Here are some key features of "OtroMonitorMas":· Alarm high temperatures / Fans (Visual&Sound)· monitor port connections & listen ports (with "click zone")Note. If dont run "click zones", edit OtroMonitorMas.theme and change the correct theme's folderRequirements:· KDE 3.5.x· SuperkarambaWhat's New in This Release:· added num.total connections· added new background· added English translation

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  • todo theme
    todo theme

    todo theme is a SuperKaramba theme for todo management. todo theme is a SuperKaramba theme for todo management.I was trying to find a karamba theme to allow me to put some reminders on my desktop in a nice simple way. I couldn't find one so I created this. Basically theres three text files Urgent Soon and Nice that it reads and displays in different colors depending on which file its in.Theres also a bit of a sys monitor at the top, pretty basic, but theres a bit of output from the top command that I quite like that I haven't seen on any of the others (the three short lines are the top three processes for CPU usage, the number is the % of CPU time they are using). Double clicking on the text under the TO DO heading will open it up to edit it in kwrite (if you want to use a different editor, just edit the .theme file). The one dodgy thing about it is you will need a .to_do directory in your home directory for it to work along with some text files, these are included in the tar ball (remember though its a . file so you will have to use ls -a to see it) if you just copy the whole .to_do directory into your home directory once its extracted (or alternativly extract it in your home directory and copy the .theme file to where you want it). Requirements: · SuperKaramba

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  • Sensors
    Sensors

    Sensors is a SuperKaramba theme for motherboard sensors monitoring. Sensors is a SuperKaramba theme for motherboard sensors monitoring.This is my first upload on to KDE-look its a very basic sensor Karamba theme. Since I like to know what my computer is doing all the time.Sensors theme uses LM-sensors and this must be installed before this theme will work. Also you may need to edit the .theme file to fit your computers layout. any problems, thoughts concerns or even pointers would be greatly appreciated. Requirements: · SuperKaramba · lm-sensors

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