Chit is a template based generator for textual data, such as program code, configuration data, or anything else you can imagine. It gathers its input from data in a relational database. This means that the output text is generated from a template according to a given SQL statement. This tool's original purpose was to generate configuration files for Nagios from a local PostgreSQL database.
Caffeine is a free high-performance interoperability solution between the Java platform and the .NET framework, with special emphasis on the enterprise variants of such platforms. It makes software originally written for .NET available to the Java platform. It promotes library reuse between Java and .NET by transferring APIs across environments, and allows code written for one platform to run on the other platform with minimal performance degradation. It is powered by Mono, and runs on Alpha, Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, HPPA, SPARC, and s390 systems.
cproto generates function prototypes for functions defined in the specified C source files to the standard output. The function definitions may be in K&R or ANSI C style, or in the lint library form. cproto can also convert function definitions in the specified files from the K&R style to the ANSI C style.
retainCounter is an application that converts a simple [object release] into a NSLog(@"object retainCount: %i",[object retainCount]); [object release]; command. This is sometimes useful if developers wish to know the current count of an object before it is released, which makes it easier to detect memory leaks.
JStubGen generates empty implementations of methods based on the method signatures. This allows a bunch of empty *.java or *.class files to be distributed to third parties without the fear of decompilation. These empty implementations are called "stubs". In this context, "stubs" don't have anything to do with "stubs" in other contexts (such as RMI). Clients would use these stubs to allow compilation of their very own applications against some API, even if the real API implementation is hidden in some embedded device.
COID is an object-oriented networking library with a tool that automatically generates a lightweight communication layer directly from a C++ class declaration. The coidgen tool automatically extracts designated classes and methods from specified header files and generates a corresponding client class and host dispatcher. The server library manages networked and local connections and provides various services to running objects. The communication layer establishes either remote connection through TCP or direct (vtable) connection between the client and the server (if they reside in the same process).
Happy is a parser generator system for Haskell, similar to the tool 'yacc' for C. Like yacc, it takes a file containing an annotated BNF specification of a grammar and produces a Haskell module containing a parser for the grammar. It is flexible: you can have several Happy parsers in the same program, and several entry points to a single grammar. It can work in conjunction with a lexical analyser supplied by the user (either hand-written or generated by another program), or it can parse a stream of characters directly (but this isn't practical in most cases).
MX Kart is a tool for creating e-commerce software quickly and easily. Unlike other shopping cart systems, it is easy to use and extensible. It uses the tNG core to allow developers to customize the e-commerce application logic directly from Dreamweaver MX or MX 2004. It features component-based configuration, an advanced cart recordset, support for multiple properties per product, powerful commands and server behaviors, built-in multiple payment gateways integration, shipping and taxes support, ImpAKT2 compatibility, and tight integration with Dreamweaver MX.