- SCons Erlang
- Scons Erlang is an add on for SCons, a make/autotools replacement, to compile Erlang projects. This package is outdated and no longer maintained.
- Serlvers is a set of Erlang modules designed to help in the implementation of IP services (i.e. TCP/IP or Internet servers). Serlvers consists of a set of behaviours to abstract the internals of each protocol, and other modules to help with the infrastructure. The goal is that when making a server, you only need worry about how to store, handle, process, etc. the information instead of the internals of each protocol (to save countless hours of RFC reading). This package is outdated and no longer maintained.
- Wings 3D is a simple to use but very powerful free and open source polygon mesh modeller inspired by Nendo from Nichimen/Izware. It can import Nendo (.ndo), 3D Studio (.3ds) and Wavefront (.obj) Files. It can export Nendo (.ndo), 3D Studio (.3ds), Wavefront (.obj), RenderMan (.rib) and VRML97 (.wrl) Files
- Wings 3D is an advanced subdivision modeler that is both powerful and easy to use. Wings 3D offers a wide range of modeling tools, a customizable interface, support for lights and materials, and a built-in AutoUV mapping facility. There is no support in Wings for animation.
- Yaws is a high performance, light-weight, threaded HTTP 1.1 Web server targeted for the generation of dynamic content. It is written in Erlang, and the server side dynamic content is generated by Erlang code embedded in the HTML code. It is able to ship several thousands of dynamically generated pages per second.
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