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The QLST Project is a collection point for open source downloads and other materials specifically associated with the Qualcomm's Location Servers.
Qualcomm Open Source Technology Group License Identifier tool scans source code and identifies the license and the license text region using known license templates. This tool utilizes a bag of the words approach. Instead of using just one word at a time (unigram), it uses bigram and trigram as one "word". Then, a distribution of such unigram, bigram and trigram is computed, and is used for detecting the license type. When detecting license text regions, this tool employees edit distance metrics to find the optimal start and end position of the identified license text.
- Craig Northway: cnorthway at codeaurora dot org
- Rashmi Chitrakar: rashmic at codeaurora dot org
Provide capabilities for Linux networking bridge to change its bridging behavior according to the port attribute. For example, when there are multiple ports to the same destination, use source MAC address to select the forwarding port, etc.
This project implements QCA65x4 combo chipset WLAN/BT function on Linux platform. It includes patches of some open source components to ensure the expected functions can work.
- Huajie Wu | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Derek Shen | email@example.com
- Jiang Li | firstname.lastname@example.org
A Qualcomm Reference Design Dual SIM Dual Active CDMA + GSM project that allows the end user to have two subscriptions: one on CDMA and another on GSM, and lets the user have simultaneous calls on both subscriptions.
The Code Aurora Forum Simulation and Performance Analysis meta-project mirrorsupstream project repositories and provides staging areas for changes submittedback to upstream projects. For more information about a particular projectplease refer to its upstream website.
This project will streamline the work flow so the community will always have access to the supported open source software code for various development platforms featuring the SnapdragonTM processor by Qualcomm. SnapdragonTM Development platforms include a range of products in different form factors. One device is called an Mobile Development Platform (MDP) and includes either a SnapdragonTM S3 or S4 processor by Qualcomm. These platforms are perfect for Application developers due to the form factor and ability for early access to the latest SnapdragonTM processor by Qualcomm.
Snapdragon Performance Visualizer is a collection of performance tools, scripts, utilities, and kernel modules designed to simplify the configuration and use of Linux performance or analysis tools in conjunction with the debug or performance analysis of Linux systems based on Qualcomm silicon products.
This software is Linux BSP for APQ8064 with Linux Kernel 3.4. This package provides hardware accelerated multimedia processing for Audio,Video and Camera applications