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Este projecto tem como principal finalidade juntar e dar a conhecer o que melhor se faz em Portugal nas áreas de software livre, software de código aberto e de software proprietário sem custos monetários para o utilizador, como por exemplo o freeware, careware, postalware, etc... Mas com principal relevância para o Software Livre e software de código aberto.

Atenção: Software Livre, Software de Código Aberto e Software Gratuito não são a mesma coisa.



"Image manipulation the easy way

phMagick can be used to perform image manipulation with the ImageMagick program, wraping ImageMagick complexity in easy to use functions.

It works by issuing system calls to the several ImageMagick binaries."

5DPO Component Library

"The 5dpo Component Library (Sdpo) is a set of components released by the 5dpo Robotic Soccer Team as we are porting our robot's software from Kylix to Lazarus.

This library includes a serial communication component (TSdpoSerial), an IEEE1394 camera component (TSdpoVideo1394), an UVC video driver component (TSdpoVideo4L2), a Gtk form component (TSdpoFastForm) and a Joystick component (TSdpoJoystick)."


"TwitterPHP is a complete and very easy to use Object-Oriented PHP library for the Twitter API. This is opensource software under the Gnu GPL v3 license. So feel free to share it, improve it and distribute. There are many things you can do with this library, including creating your own twitter client or bot."


"Multiple GNU Prolog Engines in a Distributed Environment"

"Tabard provides a way to run multiple GNU Prolog engines in a distributed environment. The environment can be a cluster of networked workstations or a set of workstations wide-spread by the Internet. In fact, these workstations need only to be running Linux and have ssh/rsh access."


"Quinoa is a framework written in PHP for web application development that follows the MVC architectural pattern.

The framework is flexible and scalable, thus allowing for limitless level of complexity.

Quinoa requires PHP 5.x or higher. It uses an object oriented approach and follows PEAR's naming convention for its code.

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