SVNChecker is a framework for Subversion pre-commit hooks in order to implement checks of the to-be-committed files before they are committed. For example, you can check for the code style or unit tests. The output of the checks can be send by mail, written to a file, or simply printed to the console.
SWTBot is a Java-based functional testing tool for testing SWT and Eclipse based applications. It provides APIs that are simple to read and write and hide the complexities involved with SWT and Eclipse. This makes it suitable for functional testing by everyone. A set of assertions that are useful for SWT are provided, and you can also use your own assertion framework. A recorder and driver are provided for recording and playing back tests along with Ant tasks so that you can run your builds from within CruiseControl or other CI tools.
SableCC is a parser generator that generates fully featured object-oriented frameworks for building compilers, interpreters, and other text parsers. In particular, generated frameworks include intuitive strictly-typed abstract syntax trees and tree walkers. SableCC also keeps a clean separation between machine-generated code and user-written code, which leads to a shorter development cycle.
Salsa is a collection of Swing add-ons. It includes new widgets such as auto-complete textboxes or tree tables, new data models such as XML tree models, UI tree models, or Java Bean table models, new common dialogs such as a font chooser, new convenience methods such as center frame on screen, and much more.
Salvation Focus is an application that encourages a group of people to pray for others they know who do not know Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. Salvation Focus is a small Flash application that can be included on pretty much any Web site. There is also an administrative interface for adding people to pray for, the people that asked for prayer, and some contact info.
Sambuca is a Java HTTP server framework that allows developers to embed an HTTP server directly in their applications with custom HTTP request handlers, so that their application can directly process incoming HTTP requests and easily send back HTTP formatted responses to the requesting client. Applications can host standalone HTTP services such as Web Services without having to deploy and integrate with a full application server such as Tomcat, JBoss, or WebLogic.