CGI::SHTML is a perl module for parsing Apache SSI directives within a CGI script, without going through Apache itself. It was specifically designed to operate like start_html() and end_html() within CGI.pm while including the same SSI headers and footers that the main Web site parses. While it is not ready for deployment on large production Web sites, it has served well for several years on a mid-sized academic site.
Spoink is an output plugin for snort that works by blocking access to attackers using OpenBSD's pf API. Spoink uses a pf table and a blocking rule to stop "attackers" from accessing your system. To protect from false negatives you must have a whitelist full of IP addresses. It only blocks attacks defined in snort rules.
File Selection Language is a descriptive language for file selection. It is used to selectively pick files from a directory structure. FSL uses glob patterns as the basic building block. For fine-tuning the selection, inclusion and exclusion rule combinations and conditional expressions are available. File size and modification date can be used in expressions.
pkg_db.pl generates a pretty-printed HTML list and statistics of packages installed via NetBSD pkgsrc. It creates 3 HTML files: one index, containing a list of all installed packages with short descriptions, one with the detailed description of the package, and one with a list of installed files. It requires pkg_info.
Grider is a PHP class that can be used to visually create and edit HTML tables in the Web browser. The class generates a Web-based user interface for adding and removing table cells, as well increasing and decreasing the number of rows or columns that each cell takes. The user interface is generated using a set of templates that can be customized to satisfy different developer preferences.