ConceptRTE is a WYSIWYG editor replacement for fields. This is an alternate version of the original Cross-Browser Rich Text Editor that uses a browser based WYSIWYG interface for the non-HTML user to create content for Web publishing. Multi-language support and the ability to be called from a PHP page are implemented to provide flexibility and simple installation. It is a sub-project of ConceptCMS.
IAM OPML Parser Class parses an OPML file (provided its URL) and returns an array. This array contains, for each of the OPML file's elements, the following attributes: link_url, link_name, link_target, link_description, link_rss, created (date of creation), and type (link type: RSS, HTML, etc.). The class uses file_get_contents() to retrieve the contents of the OPML file, and then the XML extension is used to parse and store the file’s data in an associative array, where each outline element is stored using a different array index.
libcsv_parser++ is a C++ library for parsing text files to extract records and fields. The records can be delimited with any set of characters. It makes the following assumptions: the record terminator is only one character in length; the field terminator is only one character in length; and the fields are enclosed by single characters, if any. The parser can handle documents where fields are always enclosed, not enclosed at all, or optionally enclosed. When fields are strictly all enclosed, there is an assumption that any enclosure characters within the field are escaped by placing a backslash in front of the enclosure character. The software could be ported to Windows with very little effort.
xMarkup is a command line and GUI utility for multipurpose processing of a set of text files. It can be used to generate or edit the navigational cross-references within a set of HTML documents, analyze and convert the structure or content of SGML, XML, HTML, or text documents, split or merge text files with specified rules, analyze and extract data, generate scripts, and more. xMarkup supports a built-in procedural language which may be used to describe rules of the processing. This language is a simple dialect of the Icon programming language.