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Last updated: October 7, 2015
|Raytheon BBN Technologies||avro-golang-compiler||This repository contains a modification of the Avro Java compiler to generate golang code that uses the Avro C bindings to actually parse serialized Avro containers. (Java, C, Golang)||Data Formatting||ALv2|
|Raytheon BBN Technologies||avro-golang-compiler||avro-golang-compiler is a fork of the Avro Java object compiler. It generates Golang code from Avro AVDL files that can be used to serialize/deserialize Avro objects. (Golang, Java)||Data Serialization||https://github.com/BBN-D/avro-golang-compiler.git||ALv2|
|Raytheon BBN Technologies||poi-visio||poi-visio is a Java library that loads Visio OOXML (vsdx) files and creates an in memory data structure that allows full access to the contents of the document. There is built-in support for easily traversing the content of the document in a structured way, and can render pages to simplified PNG files, or other backends supported by Java AWT. It is built using the Apache POI library which operates on other Microsoft OOXML documents (docx, pptx, xlsx). Currently the library only operates in read-only mode, but its design does not exclude being able to modify existing documents or creating new documents. (Java)||Microsoft Office, Text Extraction||https://github.com/BBN-D/poi-visio.git||ALv2|
|Raytheon BBN Technologies||poi-visio-graph||poi-visio-graph is a Java library that loads Visio OOXML (vsdx) files using the poi-visio library and creates an in-memory graph structure from the objects present on the page. Not only does it utilize user-specified connection points, but it performs analysis to infer logical visual connection points between the objects on each page. One possible use of this library is to create a Network diagram from a Visio document. (Java)||Microsoft Office, Graph, Semantic Analysis||https://github.com/BBN-D/poi-visio-graph.git||ALv2|
|Domain-specific languages team||Mistral Compiler||Mistral is an experimental language and compiler for highly concurrent, distributed programming, with an emphasis on the specification and maintenance of a virtual overlay network and communication over that network. The current Mistral compiler supports the first generation of Mistral, so not all features we architected for the language are supported at present. This open source package includes our compiler and an interpreter. Use of Mistral for running programs on distributed systems requires a run-time system not included in this package. Thus this Mistral package allows only for experimentation with the language.||Compiler||https://github.com/GaloisInc/mistral||BSD3|
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|Galua is an embeddable debugger for the Lua programming language. It makes it possible to inspect the execution of Lua scripts while a host program is executing without additional modifications to the host program. Galua achieves significant compatibility with the reference implementation by reusing standard Lua libraries and implementing the documented C API.||Development, Testing, Visualization||https://github.com/GaloisInc/galua, https://github.com/GaloisInc/lua-bc, https://github.com/GaloisInc/config-value-getopt||MIT|
|Galois, Inc.||Galua||The PolarBN library is a big number library for use in cryptographic applications. PolarBN is a Lua wrapper for the bignum library in PolarSSL. The wrapper is written in C, using the standard Lua headers. Compared to the two standard Lua big number libraries, PolarBN is substantially faster than lbc, and does not require openssl-dev, as does lbn.||Library||https://github.com/GaloisInc/polarbn||MIT|