jbootstrap is a tool that bootstraps your Java application without complex CLASSPATH settings. As long as your JAR dependencies are under one directory, jbootstrap will pick up the JARs, create an appropriate classloader, and fire up your application without requiring CLASSPATH adjustments.
Processdsn consumes RFC 3464 delivery status notification email messages, writing a summary of the notification to a SQL database. Notifications may indicate successful delivery, a delay in delivery, or delivery failure. The database is designed to be exposed restfully by the mod_processdsn module for Apache httpd, but can queried directly if necessary.
SPindent (Server Page Indenter) is a JSP/PHP structural validator and indenter. It performs structural compatibility check of inner HTML generated from "parallel" branches of process flow statements such as if/else. It allows for those HTML branches to have different entry and exit HTML stack points, as far as the branches are compatible. This allows for verification and proper indentation of handy workarounds, as well as rusty pyramids. It is based on MixedCC (Mixed Compiler Compiler).
BitNami Spree Stack greatly simplifies the deployment of Spree and its required dependencies. It can be deployed using a native installer, as a virtual machine, in the cloud, or as a module over an already installed infrastructure stack. Spree is a very powerful and flexible e-commerce platform written for the Ruby on Rails framework.
xml-test checks that an XML document is included in another document. It is handy when testing an application's output against a document where element order is different (GData and Atom are examples of specifications where element order is unimportant). It has a relaxed notion of containment: element order is ignored, whitespace is trimmed, comments are ignored, specific elements can be ignored by passing XPath-like paths on the command line, and text nodes (element and attribute content) can be ignored by passing '-notext' on the command line.
jniThreadCPUUsage is a Java library to get the amount of user and system CPU time used per thread. This is done via JNI, which calls getrusage() on the system. getrusage() is only available on Linux 2.6.26 or later and Solaris. One useful application of this is measuring the amount of CPU time used for a servlet request. getrusage() CPU time reporting is better than using the real time clock because it measures actual CPU time used and disregards times when the thread is idle or waiting (such as when it is waiting for network I/O).