foldroid is a mail folder selection tool. For people who use mutt or a similar text mode mail reader, foldroid is a convenient tool to navigate through your mail folders. It shows how many messages are in each folder and how many of them are new. This, combined with a tool like procmail to sort mail messages of mailing lists into separate folders, makes selecting the right folder to read easy. Foldroid works best when you run it in a screen session, because it then starts every instance of mutt in its own screen.
UBoat Code Navigator allows you to browse through and do manual reviews of your source code with just a Web browser. It works completely offline; there is no server or configuration required. UBoat Browse-Packs enable everybody to browse through, comment on, and review your code without any IDE, platform, or build dependencies. It lets you share your codebase with ease and also view code complexity metrics like LoC and nesting.
The Neptuner codebase management tool suite includes programs for: code browsing, review, complexity analysis, and code reformatting. Share your codebase easily as browse-packs. UBoat Browse-Packs allow others to browse through, comment on, and review your code with just a Web browser.
GPlates offers a novel combination of interactive plate-tectonic reconstructions, geographic information system (GIS) functionality, and raster data visualization. GPlates enables both the visualization and the manipulation of plate-tectonic reconstructions and associated geological, geophysical, and paleo-geographic data through geological time.
Deva is a programming language that is small, dynamic, and has some similarities to C and Python. It is designed for embedding in C++ applications, and is also suitable for basic programming tasks. It is written to be as simple as possible, but no simpler. Deva is a multi-paradigm language: it is essentially procedural and imperative, but with support for basic functional and object-oriented idioms.
NNDB is a C++ library that provides in-memory data storage and retrieval using syntax that is intended to feel natural for C++/STL, but which also might feel slightly like SQL if you squint and pound the top of your head with a seminal programming textbook. Columns types are fixed at compile-time and checked by the compiler.