Antmod is a build management, release management, and repository management tool. Its implementation is an Ant-based extensible engine for retrieving, versioning, building, and deploying code to and from Subversion or CVS. It standardizes build files for Java projects and provides build plugins for various tasks. It also standardizes tagging and branching for both CVS and Subversion, and its module and repository management can also be used for non-Java projects. It greatly speeds up Java software development, promotes reuse of Java software, and standardizes the build-test- release cycle.
EPIC is a Perl IDE based on the Eclipse platform. Features supported are syntax highlighting, on-the-fly syntax checking, content assistance, Perldoc support, a source formatter, templating support, and a Perl debugger. A regular expression plugin and support for the eSpell spellchecker are also available.
Feed'n Read (FnR) is a newsfeed reader. It supports all current formats (RSS 0.90, 0.91, 0.92, 0.93, 0.94, 1.00, 2.00, ATOM 0.30 and 1.00). It features multi-tab style reading, tree based favorite management, newsfeed retrieval and updating, newsfeed aggregation, scheduling for automatic newsfeed retrieval, easy news filtering, easy favorite filtering, archive support, newsfeed caching support, RSS enclosure support, podcast support, system tray support, an internal Web browser, OPML import, OPML export, and much more.
DAPL (Direct Access Provider Library) is a transport-independent, platform-independent, high-performance API for using the remote direct memory access (RDMA) capabilities of modern interconnect technologies such as InfiniBand, the Virtual Interface Architecture, and iWARP. This is the reference implementation of that specification by the DAT Collaborative who maintain the DAPL API.
Logsmith is an extendable framework for processing and editing small text files. It can be seen as a combined (but stripped down) version of UN*X tools like awk, sed, and grep with a graphical user interface. The intent is to give users the powers such tools provide without having to train them in their use. In order to archive this goal, logsmith can easily be customized through a plugin architecture to perform the commons tasks that a specific user base might require.
CMME (Content Management Made Easy) is a Web content management system that aims to be easy to use, doesn't have many requirements, and is still reasonably flexible. It doesn't need a database, doesn't have extensive administrative needs, and works more or less like a wiki. New pages can be made on the fly, rather than through an administrative page.