ADTPro transfers disks to and from Apple II and Apple /// computers and the modern world using any of these communications methods: serial/USB, UDP via the Uthernet or LANceGS Ethernet cards, or audio via the Apple's cassette ports. ADTPro has comprehensive bootstrapping support for otherwise diskless Apple IIs. The home page includes extensive tutorials for getting started.
Avrora is a set of tools for programs that run on the AVR series of microcontrollers produced by Atmel. It contains a flexible framework for simulating, analyzing, and optimizing assembly programs, and provides a clean Java API and infrastructure for experimentation, profiling, and analysis.
J80 is a Z80 emulator with a standard BIOS for a complete Microcomputer with working CP/M 2.2, CP/M 3.0, and one simple ZX Spectrum 48/128K emulator. The spectrum 128K version emulation is incomplete but working. The goal of this emulator is that the 'hardware' is built on-the-fly, reading the configuration from one file. This makes it very easy to add new peripherals or features.
JMCE a multiple computer emulator, a simulator for 8-bit microprocessors (Intel 8080, Zilog Z80, Intel 8051, etc.) and for many of the computers based over them, such as ZX Spectrum, Altair 8800, and Z80Pack, running their original ROM and operating system. All JMCE computers can be configured programmatically or using XML. For example, it is possible connect the console of a simulated IMSAI 8080 to one TCP server or to one physical serial interface without writing even one line of code. It is also possible to change the memory for the Z80Pack computer from plain to banked memory only by editing a single XML file.
L2J is an alternate game server for Lineage2. The L2 protocol is reimplemented in the server, so you can play with this server without any modifications to the client (except changing the server IP address). The latest USA live client version is always supported, so don't expect this server to work with the PTS/Korean client.
ResCafé is a Swing-based Java utility for reading and extracting resources such as ICONs and MENUs from the Resource Forks of Macintosh files. In particular, it allows Linux users to use nifty Mac-only icons with their favorite desktop, e.g., KDE. It is somewhat similar to ResEdit on MacOS except that it is not an editor; it operates on files in a read-only fashion. The various resource types are parsed by auto-detected plugin handler classes.