Stuff not big enough to warrant an individual page:
mp2d.c -- routine for converting multiple-precision whole numbers to ascii format (following pattern of Numerical Recipes' mp2dfr.c, chapter 20)
mctable.c -- data table for Watt and Watt's marching cubes implementation in their Advanced Animation and Rendering Techniques Theory and Practice (Addison-Wesley/ACM Press, 1992): easily the most concise version of this algorithm of the three I have seen (P3D and vtk being the other two). This does not take into account the bug in the MC algorithm pointed out by Durst in "Letters: Additional Reference to Marching Cubes" (Computer Graphics, Volume 22, Number 2, April 1988), nor the fix proposed in Nielson and Hamann, "The Asymptotic Decider: Resolving the Ambiguity in Marching Cubes" (IEEE Visualization, 1991), because of the added implementation complexity. NOTE: I think I reversed the inside/outside definition of the vertices, so if you get backfacing polygons, just reverse the order of the triangle indices.
BasicHashtable.h -- a simple wrapper for SGI's STL hashtable which makes the typical case much easier; it gets rid of the EqualFunc and ExtractKeyFunc template arguments by wrapping keys and values in pairs and storing those in an internal hash table. It assumes operator == for key types. It's also incomplete (doesn't have insert methods taking iterators). Use it however you'd like. I didn't test all of it, but what I did seems to work.
vcdiff workaround for emacs on Windows NT. Compile to vcdiff.exe using "nmake /f vcdiff.mak CFG=Release", or use the executable below. Rename the original vcdiff script to vcdiff.sh. Place both in the same directory (e.g., "C:\emacs\bin\"). sh.exe must be able to be found in $PATH. Requires no further modifications to vc.el.
f16.tar: Port of Prof. Richard Murray's public domain F16 dynamics model (from the Caltech Aerospace Models Archive) to the JavaTM programming language. (As with the original sources, public domain.)
DirectBufferCleanup.zip: Provides generic mechanism for receiving callback when a java.nio direct buffer requiring some sort of cleanup action (such as closing a graphics device) becomes unreachable. Public domain.