Multi-Dimensional Clustering (MDC) Table Size Estimator for DB2 is an application that can be used to optimally estimate space requirements based on table statistics and MDC parameters. It has the ability to use one or more clustering dimensions, which speeds up the query process and frees users from the burdens of converting a table to MDC on AIX and Windows.
Icecream is based on ideas and code from distcc. Like distcc, it takes compilation jobs from your (KDE) build and distributes it to remote machines, allowing a parallel build on several machines. Unlike distcc, Icecream uses a central server that schedules the compilation jobs to the fastest free server dynamically.
rootpretender is a system that enables special file operations such as the creation of block special and character special device nodes and unlimited chown()ing of files for non-root users of Unix systems. It does this by faking special file operations. For example, chown() is not executed, and mknod() creates regular files instead of device nodes. These operations are remembered, so next time a process under rootpretender's control examines an affected file with stat() or a similar system call, the fake information is returned. It uses LD_PRELOAD and includes patches for rsync 2.6.6 and rsync 2.6.9 for use on systems without LD_PRELOAD support. These make it possible to copy file ownership and device nodes even if root access is not available on the target.
Open Site Builder Tools populates a predefined page template with information from content files, and generates the target Web site documents. It allows configuring menus and navigation bars on a per-directory or per-page basis. This approach lets you separate page layout development from content creation, and eliminates the need for an additional template rendering engine at runtime, thus saving your site processing power on each page served. Features include entities and macros substitution, automatic sitemap generation, a smart FTP uploader, and a build logs analyzer. The project site contains extensive documentation including a tutorial, a commands reference, and a sample site configuration.
LinCE is a programming environment that is simple, pluggable, multiplatform, and multilanguage. LinCE allows you to create and load Ant projects, compile them, and browse errors line by line. It also allows you to execute PMD on Java projects. PMD is a tool that statically checks Java code, looking for potential problems. LinCE generates configuration GUIs from configuration Java objects. It has Apache Ant scripts for plugin development. LinCE provides technical documentation in Spanish.