|27th September 2016
|ExTra: The Expenses Tracker
ExTra is our mobile expenses tracking app, aimed
at small to medium-sized businesses. It allows users to capture expenses on
the go, in any currency, and to attach a picture of the receipt. At the end of
the month an expense sheet can be generated to corporate standards and emailed
in along with the recipts. No more forgotten expenses and no more missing
|11th February 2016
Babbage is a fully integrated extension to CA
Harvest Software Change Manager Workbench which adds the ability to compare the
structure of individual project lifecycles. Lifecycles can be compared with one
another, or with templates. For enterprises with multiple brokers, lifecycles
can also be compared across brokers. Babbage is our first commercial product.
|22nd August 2014
Solitaire Compendium is our first mobile
phone application. Just the ticket for whiling away long flights.
Other apps are in the pipeline and will be released in due course.
|5th July 2003
Cycle is a new programming language for Cybot, the self-build robot from
Ultimate Real Robots. It is based on Java/C++ syntax and is more powerful than
the graphical programming "language" supplied on the Real Robots CDs. The
first release of the Cycle Compiler is now
available for both Win32 and Cygwin. The compiler is provided under the GNU
General Public License (GPL) and is free to download.
Please note: Cycle and Taurus Software are in no way connected with
Ultimate Real Robots. If you have any queries about Cycle, please address them
to Taurus Software and not to Eaglemoss.
|22nd July 2004
The Taurus JavaVM now supports Unicode
character sets and both JDK 1.1 and J2SDK 1.4. Version 1.10 is available for
Win32, Linux, Cygwin and Acorn RISC OS. A version for EPOC32 is under
JavaVM is a clean-room implementation of Sun's Java™ Virtual Machine
Specification and has been made Open Source and released under the terms of the
GNU General Public License (GPL) and as a result, the sources can now be
downloaded for free.
Version 0.16a of JavaVM for SIBO & DOS is still available for
|6th March 2003
Version 1.1.0 of Taurus CalendarMaker is now
available for download.
CalendarMaker is a new product for creating your own personalized calendars.
CalendarMaker is an easy to use Java 2 application featuring a perpetual
calendar and the ability to customize templates to a degree not possible in
other calendar applications.
As with the majority of Taurus software, it is Open Source and available under
the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL), so it is totally free and
you get the source code too!
|24th September 2002
Release 1.1.2 of Taurus FamilyTree is now
This neat little Java application lets you read, display and browse
Genealogical information stored in FTML and Gedcom formats. It also includes
the ability to plot trees and timelines. It now also includes
internationalization support with English and Finnish displays.
|4th April 2000
The Taurus Opl2Java Translator lets you
run your old OPL programs on your desktop computer as Java applets or