Config4*, pronounced "config for star", is a family of configuration-file parsers. It currently provides C++ and Java implementations. It offers an incredibly flexible and user-friendly syntax and an API with powerful features not available in other configuration technologies such as XML, JSON, Java properties, or the Windows Registry. The comprehensive and easy-to-read documentation includes a getting started guide, expert tips, API reference manuals, and a maintenance guide.
The FReakSHell aims to be a sh-compatible shell and command language interpreter that has some advanced features that can not be found in other shells. It aims towards POSIX compliance by trying to implement the IEEE POSIX Shell and Tools specification (IEEE Working Group 1003.2). Advanced features include advanced job control (i.e. job exchange between different processes, dynamic repiping) and built-in auto-completion.
Java Inherited Annotations is a library of inherited annotations for developers solving the annotation inheritance task. The annotations being inherited are of classes, interfaces, or their methods. It uses the consistent inheritance model: inheritance proceeds only if the same annotation is not present on the same element (class, interface, or method) within superclasses or superinterfaces. Annotations can be overridden within descendants.