TCC (Tiny C Compiler) is small, fast, unlimited, and safe. You can compile and execute C code everywhere (e.g., on rescue disks). It generates optimized x86 code, and can compile, assemble, and link several times faster than 'gcc -O0'. Any C dynamic library can be used directly. It includes an optional memory and bounds checker, and bounds-checked code can be mixed freely with standard code. C script is also supported--just add '#!/usr/bin/tcc' at the first line of your C source, and execute it directly from the command line.
Tiny Life (tlife) is a simple Game of Life implementation designed to work as a filter for the shell, operating solely through standard input and output, with an emphasis on shell integration rather than pretty visuals. It supports customizable output and board sizes, custom rulesets, and random and user-specified seed values for the starting generation.
The Tiny SRP library is a stripped-down version of srp-1.7.1 and openssl-0.9.6 that contains only what is necessary for secure remote passphrase authentication. No other libraries are required. If you already have libsrp installed on both server and client then you don't need this. Tiny SRP is designed for embedded or mini distributions, and is also a quick and easy way to add secure authentication to small client/server projects. Also included is the TSRP protocol, which reduces socket authentication to one function call on each of the client and server.
TinyCOBOL is an effort to bring a free COBOL compiler to Linux. It generates GNU assembler for the i386 Linux platform. A executable binary is then created using the GNU assembler and linker. The project is approaching the first beta release with many statements already implemented.