SchemaCrawler is a Java API which makes working with database metadata as easy as working with ordinary Java objects. It is also a database schema discovery and comprehension and schema documentation tool. You can search for database schema objects using regular expressions, output the schema and data in a readable text format, and find potential design issues with lint . The output is designed to be diff-ed against other database schemas. SchemaCrawler supports almost any database which has a JDBC driver, but for convenience is bundled with drivers for some commonly-used RDBMS systems. SchemaCrawler works with any operating system which supports Java.
Release Notes: The SchemaCrawler API has changed from 8.x versions. All API calls now return collections instead of arrays. Schemas are no longer containers, but tags for database objects. Tables and routines (that is, stored procedures and functions) are available directly on the database, and there are new finders to search by schema. SchemaCrawler now allows queries to be specified on the commandline. The -procedures switch has been renamed -routines. There are shorter and more standard (or Unix-like) synonyms, such as -u (for -user), -c (for -command), and -o (for -output).
Spack is a standalone package manager with its own CPIO-based package format but aiming to keep total compatibility with Slackware Linux. Written in POSIX shell as much as it makes sense, it attempts to provide a fairly complete toolkit to build, install, remove, list, retrieve, and arrange your packages. It can be used as an alternative to Slackware's pkgtools, just to independently and properly manage your local software on any distribution, or as the main package manager of the distribution you build yourself.
Release Notes: This release fixes two little bugs. The first caused spackedit to fail when a package was given with a relative path. The other caused spackfind to not match the absolute paths when "^" was omitted in the beginning of the requests.
Private Logistics is a partial personal information management (PIM) suite some highly useful tools such as a scratchpad, a calendar, and an option-rich todo list. All are designed to be sensitive to privacy and to keep your private data just where it belongs.
Release Notes: This release adds debugging and enhanced/added features like in-place editing and more options for repeating events after dogfooding.
xc is a simple and handy substitute for sudo. It parses the /etc/xc.conf file, containing a list of identifiers, accesses, and commands. If an identifier (given as an argument to xc) matches the corresponding access (i.e., user or group), the related command is executed. The user can only see the identifiers he can execute, and the real command attached to the identifier remains invisible to him.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs, adds ssu, and adds a better installation process.
webmanner is a man page-to-HTML converter.
Release Notes: webmanner is now mostly functional, has a bunch of interesting options, and recognizes formatting under OS X/Darwin. It cannot recognise the formatting for Linux yet, however, but can generate pages anyway.
Mathomatic is a portable, general-purpose computer algebra system (CAS) that can solve, differentiate, simplify, combine, and compare algebraic equations, perform standard, complex number, modular, and polynomial arithmetic, etc. It does some calculus and is very easy to compile/install, learn, and use. The symbolic math application with a simple command-line interface is designed to be a colorful algebra calculator that is reliable, responsive, and convenient to use. The symbolic math library is lightweight and easy to include in other software, due to being written entirely in C with no additional dependencies.
Release Notes: This release adds many set command option changes and improvements, and they should all be backwards compatible. Integer type variables simplify better now. The read command now lets you set and get the contents of the current directory, for convenience. "Repeat approximate" is now similar to the calculate command. There are no plans to add the calculate command to the symbolic math library. Repeated warnings are suppressed.
Napata CMS is a CMS for sites that are biased towards sharing information, primarily with text. It is a little wiki-like, but not a wiki. The CMS's frontpage almost resembles a blog's homepage.The script has three dedicated variants depending on the syntax in use: Mediawiki-like Markup variant, Markdown variant, and WYSIWYM variant. It incorporates a simple revision system that saves a copy of any post/article that is edited. It is easy to install using an intuitive Web installer.
Release Notes: This release included changes to the word limit on the homepage's teaser, changes to the home page's title, minor changes to editing, some major bugfixes, and more.
Cinelerra is a complete audio and video production environment for Linux. It is designed to be useful and fast, representing the most used features from 15 years of editing.
Release Notes: Faster startup and responsiveness, an audio oscilloscope, histogram updates, audio gap removal, better recording from webcams, better live audio processing, and a Bright theme for outdoor use.
rrd-merge merges RRD (round robin database) files together, including the files used by Ganglia, Cacti, and other rrdtool-based software.
Release Notes: Initial release.
TheSSS (The Smallest Server Suite) is a lightweight server suite distributed as a live CD. It is designed for system administrators who need a small (less than 30MB) set of server software for small local area networks. The supported servers are FTP, HTTP, SFTP, SSH, and Telnet. A proxy server (Polipo) with the Tor anonymizer is also included. The main security components are a 4MLinux Firewall (based on iptables) and Clam AntiVirus.
Release Notes: This is an initial release based on 4MLinux 4.0 Server Edition.
PowerTop is tool that detects which Linux programs and kernel tunables are resulting in the largest power consumption and use of battery time. By fixing (or closing) these applications or processes, you can immediately see the power savings in the tool. You'll also see the estimated time left for battery power if you are running a laptop.
Release Notes: Transifex project integration was added. The UI was localized, with 9 languages in progress and active. Support for cores without P-states and for Intel GPU statistics was added. A manual page was added. An option to specify workload to run during measurement was added, along with an option to suppress output to the terminal. More ARM support assets were added. The Traceevent library was synced from the kernel tree for better event parsing. There were bugfixes and clean-ups.
Clonezilla is a partition or disk cloning tool similar to Symantec Ghost. It saves and restores only blocks in use on the hard drive if the file system is supported. For unsupported file systems, dd is used instead. It has been used to clone a 5 GB system to 40 clients in about 10 minutes.
Release Notes: The underlying GNU/Linux operating system was upgraded. This release is based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2012/Sep/8). A KMS mode was added to the boot menu. drbl-run-parts is used instead of run-parts, as it is more straightforward. A bug that caused locales to not be set in /etc/ocs/ocs-live.conf when vga=normal was fixed.
Phoebetria lets you take control of your BitFenix Recon fan controller on more operating systems than the official software. It offers all of the same features as the official software, with the exception of remote access, and has been tested on Windows, Linux, and OS X.
Release Notes: Although a "point release", many changes have occurred. From a user perspective, the GUI is more responsive and polished, and many bugs have been fixed. When setting a manual RPM using the RPM sliders, the sliders now 'lock' to the user-defined RPM; if the reported RPM is not equivalent to the manual RPM an indicator below the slider changes to yellow. Minimise to tray has been implemented. User profiles have been improved. This release is a milestone: from this point onward, features that the OEM software does not provide will be added.
0 A.D. (pronounced "zero ey-dee") is a cross-platform real-time strategy (RTS) game of ancient warfare. It's a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of ancient civilizations, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess.
Release Notes: This alpha features new Celtic factions, many improvements to the graphics, functional gates, a new sound system, improved AI, and more.
log4cplus is a simple to use C++ logging API providing thread-safe, flexible, and arbitrarily granular control over log management and configuration. It is modeled after the Java log4j API.
Release Notes: Log4jUdpAppender compatibility with Chainsaw was improved. Bugs with TLS and VS 2005 were fixed. An initial .cygport definition was provided. Private symbol hiding was improved. Various compilation issues were fixed.