Ldapconf is a linuxconf module providing dialogs and tools to be used for LDAP directory management, configuration, operation, etc. on GNU/Linux systems. It depends on OpenLDAP binaries to do the actual LDAP operations, and includes support for keeping multiple form/config/access profiles, for easy access to directories of various types. The forms and profiles may also be used for managment of remote directories on other servers.
Le Sursis is a set of Common Lisp packages to facilitate CGI programming. It contains a package to retrieve and format CGI queries (currently supports only GET), and one to help generate HTML in a Lisp-friendly manner. It currently supports only CLISP, but porting to other Common Lisp systems is trivial.
LeanWeb is a tool for removing user-defined parts from Web pages. It works as a HTTP proxy, as such can be combined with other proxies, and runs on the same platforms as Junkbuster (i.e. Unix and Win32). LeanWeb is mainly intended for users of handheld devices who want to view Web pages without having to scroll through all the unnecessary clutter present on modern Web pages, but can also be used to customize frequently visited Web pages.
Learning Logic is a highly-interactive, computerized mathematics program currently used to teach Algebra I (Pre-algebra and Algebra II on a limited basis). It presents lessons which are self-paced, is easily adapted to individual students, and generates homework and tests which are graded by the computer and are based on the material covered by each individual student.
Leetnux is a Linux distribution specifically designed for Linux users who want maximum configuratibility. Therefore, the installation is quite hard and absolutely nothing is done "automagically" as in modern Linux distributions, but the user has total control over installation and configuration.
The Lemon program is an LALR(1) parser generator. It takes a context free grammar and converts it into a subroutine that will parse a file using that grammar. Lemon is similar to the much more famous programs "YACC" and "BISON". But lemon is not compatible with either yacc or bison. There are several important differences: Lemon uses a different grammar syntax which is less prone to programming errors. The parser generated by Lemon is both re-entrant and thread-safe. Lemon includes the concept of a non-terminal destructor, which makes it much easier to write a parser that does not leak memory.