Kaveri is an Eclipse plug-in front-end for the Indus Java slicer. It utilizes the Indus program slicer to calculate slices of Java programs and displays the results visually in the editor. The purpose of this project is to create an effective tool for simplifying program understanding, program analysis, program debugging, and testing.
The TeXlipse plugin adds LaTeX editing support to the Eclipse IDE. It provides both LaTeX and BibTeX editors, a project creation wizard, and a complete user manual of the editor functions. Additional features include syntax highlighting, document outline, section folding, command completion, cite and ref completion, templates, builder integration, viewer integration with inverse search, and more. The plugin makes it possible for LaTeX documents to be edited and built like normal projects in an IDE, and the viewer support makes it easy to check the outcome.
Hippojump is an alert management application that allows you to track RSS, XML, HTML, and Web services with specific keywords, and deliver the results to devices such as desktop, email, and SMS. It is an Eclipse-based RCP application, and is extensible via plugins. Examples of alerts include notification of movies with reviews of greater than 70%, of news that match certain keywords, of travel deals that relate to a cruise in a particular place, and of good deals on tickets to shows or famous destinations.
Systemtap is a GUI to assist in the development of Systemtap scripts and to graph the return values of those scripts. It is intended to ease the use of the Systemtap tool for Linux. It is both an IDE for the scripting language and a data visualization and analysis tool. The GUI is targeted at system administrators who want to get information out of their system using Systemtap, as well as developers who wish to write new scripts. It is an Eclipse-based application.
The ZDT (Zhongwen Development Tool) is a program written to help users study Mandarin Chinese. Users can create their own word lists and quiz themselves using three different flashcard modes. There is also a dictionary that can be used to search through the built in CEDICT (and optional Adso) databases. Users can input Chinese characters and get the associated pinyin and English definitions through the Annotation function. This makes it convenient to read blocks of Chinese text. The program is built on top of the Eclipse RCP platform, which allows it to be extendable through its plugin architecture. It runs on Linux, OS X, and Windows platforms.