FEST JavaFX Compiler Maven Plug-in is a Maven plug-in for compiling JavaFX sources. It compiles JavaFX source and test files. It does not require the JavaFX distribution to be in a Maven repository (since, according to its license, only Oracle can distribute JavaFX). It does not require you to list all JavaFX libraries as dependencies in your pom.xml.
Hoplax is a power user tool to store bookmarks in text files and manage them efficiently. Bookmarks stored in Hoplax are easy to edit and search with normal Unix tools and editors. They are easy to synchronize with git/svn/darcs/etc. Bookmarks can be categorized easily into files, and you can choose to not synchronize a file to a computer, e.g. confidential company bookmarks to home computers. The filtering is smarter than the browser's location bar. Keyword bookmarks with multiple parameters and auto-completion are supported.
Mr.Java is a Java IDE that is one step above a command line interface, but not quite as confusing as an IDE. It will compile for you, add libraries to your class path, and run the whole thing, with three simple buttons. Drag a library or Java source file over the window, and it will be put in the right folder. When running programs, the stout is written to a file cleverly named “stdout”, and the std err is cleverly written to file named - you guessed - stderr.
Jetspeed-2 is a full implementation of the Java Portlet API. It is fully compliant with the Portlet Specification 1.0 (JSR-168). It has passed the TCK (Test Compatibility Kit) suite and is fully CERTIFIED to the Java Portlet Standard. Notable features include security components backed by LDAP and database implementations, and some robust administration interfaces. Custom portals can be built and deployed using the Jetspeed plugin for Maven. Developers can use the Jetspeed PSML language to assemble portlets, and the Apache Portals Bridges project to 'bridge' portals with existing technologies including Struts, JSF, PHP, and Perl. For GUI designers, Jetspeed comes with several built-in templates used to decorate portals and portlets.
treap.py is a treap implementation for Python. A treap is a hybrid of a binary tree and a binary heap that is self-balancing and is O(nlog2(n)) for most operations, including deleting a value, inserting a value, finding the least value, and finding the greatest value. This particular treap implementation looks like a dictionary to the caller, but it also supports getting an ordered list (forward or reverse) in O(n) time. The code is available as pure Python (should run on about any Python implementation supporting generators, but was tested on CPython 2.6) or as part Python and part Cython for performance. The version with Cython should run on CPython or Unladen Swallow, but was only tested on CPython 2.6.