Pagex is designed to be a barebones content management system. It was originally built as a time saving precursor to new web development projects. It is a completely functioning "bolt-on" solution aimed at SEO workers, Web developers, and the like. It works purely from the URL used to request a page, simplifying any number of dynamic Web address issues caused when using mod rewrite and allowing you to set a range of variables depending on the URL.
ParaTools is a set of Perl modules for the handling of document references. It includes three citation parsers, two document parsers, OpenURL support, Web service examples, and detailed documentation. The toolkit has been designed to be easily expandable. The parsing functionality in ParaTools is already in use in the ParaCite system.
Parsec is a monadic parser combinator library for Haskell. It can parse context-sensitive, infinite look-ahead grammars but performs best on predictive (LL) grammars. The parser definition is in the same language as the rest of the program, so it benefits from type checking and existing development tools. Parsers are first-class values within the language and it is easy to extend the set of parsers with custom-made ones.
Passepartout is a GTK-based Desktop Publishing application. It features layout templates, an XML- based typesetting engine called xml2ps, user- defined text formatting with XSLT stylesheets, support for importing EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) files and almost any raster images, text running around image (or text) frames, and printing to PostScript and EPS.
Pipe helps you write, test, and debug shell scripts quickly while using your favorite text editor. You can filter text through your scripts and see the script source, input, and output simultaneously. Pipe also provides a system-wide service so you can feed text from any application through your scripts.