masqidentd is an Ident daemon for Linux systems that use IP masquerading. It implements the recommendations in RFC1413. It also has the ability to forward Ident requests from a client to a machine sitting behind the masquerade service. Users also have the ability to override the default Ident response. This program is most useful for people who use IRC using mIRC or Pirch behind IP masquerade. masqidentd is intended for use with ipchains only.
Mass Rename is a simple pair of shell scripts which make it easier to move, rename, or copy multiple files at once. It is intended mainly as an automatic and simple way to rename multiple files with a customizable prefix and a progressive number. It is also possible to modify the rename format simply by editing one of the scripts. It is easy, complete, and efficient, and was written only in sh code.
MathASM (MASM) is a scripting language similar to various (macro) assemblers but somewhat simplified and adjusted to specific tasks. The adjective "mathematical" comes from an early stage of its development, when its task was building simple mathematical scripts which would probably perform some calculations and write them out. As the program developed, more and more instructions were added from the "real" assemblers, so MASM now has a large set of instructions for various applications.