||A 3D maze (screenshot)
in which to walk around, by John Jensen. Uses TOM/Gtk.
||The new TOM compiler under development,
written in TOM.
||Meta TOM (with a reversed acronym since mt
is the magnetic tape handler) extracts documentation from TOM
files in any imaginable format, be it html, texinfo or what else;
it is based on mu.
||Parser generator. It includes a library
and is therefore listed under libraries (see
||Illustrate It! has its
||The Apache TOM Module (aka mod_TOM) allows
the Apache HTTP daemon to be
extended in TOM, in a way similar to mod_PERL.
||TOM bindings for the Gtk+ toolkit. It includes working
examples, which are
translations of existing Gtk examples in C and Python. Read about
using TOM/Gtk. There are
no TOM/Gtk screenshots, since they would be identical to the Gtk
As with most packages, a development snapshot of
TOM/Gtk is available from this location.
At the moment (Mon May 31 1999), TOM/Gtk is up to date with
Gtk+ 1.2.2 and Gnome 1.0.8.
||An LL(1) parser generator for TOM (version
0.5 of Oct 19 1999). GP generates recursive descent
parsers; each parser is an instance of the generated parser class.
Included is the |
gps unit, which provides a skeleton
for gp-generated parsers. See also the documentation, TOM gp - gp generates parsers.
||The Meta Unit (version 1.0 of Oct 19 1999), containing a TOM/unit lexer, gp-based TOM and unit parsers
and other stuff for processing TOM files.
||TOM DataBase Connectivity.
TOM wrapper for various database access libraries, similar to the
Database API and Java JDBC.
Currently available as a developer shapshot which only provides PostgreSQL access.
||The TOM Abstract GUI has its own page.
||TOM Glue Project. TOM libraries that wrap
popular C libraries. Currently this wraps the GNU Readline and