systeminfo.sh is a system information gathering script for Linux. It is non-intrusive and simply gathers information from commands that are already available. It outputs a single file or generates a menu driven Web page. The information includes hostname, software packages, memory, OS information, process information, kernel modules, network routes, socket ports, ulimits, chkconfig, hardware devices, swap, disks, DNS info, top, processor, meminfo, dmesg, cron jobs, network interfaces, and more.
Slink-e tools is a package of programs and libraries to drive the Slink-e infrared remote control via its serial port from a Linux system. It features an interactive program to talk to the Slink-e and exercise its functions, an editor and learner for the IR code database, a readline-based command interface, a daemon that controls a Slink-e so that multiple other programs can interact with it, and Perl libraries for talking to the Slink-e at various levels. The package also contains complete documentation of the Slink-e device itself.
Visual Paradigm for UML is a Unified Modeling Language (UML) design tool that supports all UML diagrams, SysML diagrams, and entity relationship diagrams. Visual Paradigm for UML provides extensive use case modeling features, including full function UML use case diagram, flow of events editor, use case/actor grid, and activity diagram generation. Visual Paradigm for UML produces system documentation in PDF, HTML, and MS Word formats. A developer can design system documentation with the template designer. A system analyst can estimate the consequences of changes with impact analysis diagrams, such as matrix and analysis diagram. Visual Paradigm for UML generates Java code.
MagicHat is a programmer's research and reference tool. With MagicHat, you can navigate through a Cocoa's application programming interface (API), review the declarations of language elements such as methods, functions, and constants, and retrieve relevant passages from the Cocoa developer documentation. MagicHat helps you unravel unfamiliar code, whether building blocks from the Cocoa software kits, programming examples, or programs written by your own development team.