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Boost provides free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries. The emphasis is on libraries that work well with the C++ Standard Library. One goal is to establish "existing practice" and provide reference implementations so that the Boost libraries are suitable for eventual standardization. Some of the libraries have already been proposed for inclusion in the C++ Standards Committee's upcoming C++ Standard Library Technical Report.

Although Boost was begun by members of the C++ Standards Committee Library Working Group, membership has expanded to include thousands of members of the C++ community at large.

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This Project contains several packages which might be interesting for educational use.

This Project contains several packages which might be interesting for educational use.

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Aqsis is a cross-platform photorealistic 3D rendering solution, adhering to the RenderMan interface standard defined by Pixar Animation Studios.

Focusing on stability and production usage, features include constructive solid geometry, depth-of-field, extensible shading engine (DSOs), instancing, level-of-detail, motion blur, NURBS, procedural plugins, programmable shading, subdivision surfaces, subpixel displacements and more.

Aqsis is an open source project licensed under the GPL, with some parts under the LGPL.

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Ouch. Accidentally deleted my old project!@!!!!!

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ALGLIB is a project aimed at creating a convenient and efficient
multilingual scientific software library. This package contains the
interpolation routines.

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This directory, bibextract, contains UNIX shell and awk programs for
extracting citation tags from LaTeX source and .aux files, and for
using those tags to extract bibliography entries from a list of BibTeX
.bib files.

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Jean-Luc Vinot, an interface designer at CENA, has a background i
n the graphics arts and typography. He has produced a series of fonts designed f
or ATC displays: the Orly fonts. These fonts were volunteered by CENA under the
LGPL license.

The newer Bleriot Fonts are a replacement to the Orly fonts.

Please note: the Orly fonts are screen fonts for radar displays. They are not su
itable for typesetting documents nor for multi-purpose applications.

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FlightGear Multiplayer server

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Note: old version 2!
A matrix operations library.

This is old version 2, long past its due date, only for keeping old projects alive, not for new development!

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The Virtual-Reality Peripheral Network (VRPN) is a set of classes
within a library and a set of servers that are designed to implement a
network-transparent interface between application programs and the set
of physical devices (tracker, etc.) used in a virtual-reality (VR)
system. The idea is to have a PC or other host at each VR station that
controls the peripherals (tracker, button device, haptic device,
analog inputs, sound, etc). VRPN provides connections between the
application and all of the devices using the appropriate
class-of-service for each type of device sharing this link. The
application remains unaware of the network topology. Note that it is
possible to use VRPN with devices that are directly connected to the
machine that the application is running on, either using separate
control programs or running all as a single program.

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