Jarin's purpose is to integrate Java libraries into non-Java environments providing a very thin wrapper around Java classes, exposing them in the form of non-Java platform- specific library. The main difference from the other solutions with a similar goal are that Jarin neither retranslates nor recompiles the original Java library nor replaces the Java Virtual Machine hosting it. Instead, an existing JVM of your choice is used to host the original Java implementation, which functionality is used then by external calls made by the Java Native Interface (JNI).
libcurl.mono is an object-oriented binding for the libcurl Internet client API. It supports rapid-development of powerful Internet clients in C# that can run within the mono runtime. With libcurl.mono, for example, you can develop FTP and HTTP clients without having to code down at the socket level. There are a number of sample applications to get you started.
Indexator.NET is an application written in C# that is able to index directories and store information about the files found in a MySQL database, associating it with labels (so it can be used as a CD cataloguer). The information can be consulted in several ways: a console client, a graphical client (GTK#), asp.net Web, an asp.net service, or using remoting. It has two main objectives: to be used as a CD-ROM cataloguer, and to be used as a way to explain the possibities of Mono (and .NET) in educational environments.
The Trinisys Data Entry System is a complete solution that enables companies to rapidly enter data from document images. The system features On-Image Entry(TM), a technology that merges image viewing and data entry into a single, seamless user interface. It also features an intuitive Template Editor that allows new documents to be rapidly authored and deployed. The Data Entry Server, a J2EE application, publishes the entered data directly to your existing data store. The Data Entry Server can be deployed on UNIX (Solaris, AIX, HP, etc.), Microsoft Windows, and Linux, and supports a variety of databases including Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, and MySQL.
cstor is a cross-reference compiler and reverse engineering tool. It compiles one text file (database) from multiple source modules (currently reads C, C++, and Perl). The tool combines reverse engineering capabilities, code validation, and an HTML documentation generator. The database can then be reused from own scripts and programs, e.g. to implement cross-compilers, validate coding conventions, build statistics etc. The builtin documentation generators are actually an application of the database.