Howl is a cross platform implementation of the Zeroconf zero configuration networking standard. It includes daemons and a client side SDK for registering, browsing, and resolving network services, and assigning link local IP addresses without a DHCP server. On Windows 2000/XP, it includes a sidebar in Internet Explorer that allows users to browse zeroconf-enabled Web and FTP servers.
mxml2man is a modified version of Apple's xml2man script that creates man pages starting from XML files. It not only supports all the XML files that are supported by xml2man, but extends the format to support more feature for advanced man page generation. The build process is done with autotools instead of using the provided makefile from Apple.