OpenLDev is a development environment that provides a graphical front-end to Linux compilers such as gcc. It includes the basic essentials needed by a Linux programmer. It is a graphical interface to the collection of command line programming tools available for Linux and Unix systems.
guinstaller simplifies the process of installing and uninstalling Linux source code. All you need to do is to download the gzipped program that you wish to install and then run guinstaller and open the file. After some configuration (where to put the files, etc.) the program is compiled and installed.
Glib Binding properties is a system that allows developers to bind properties of GLib and GTK+ objects (Ada95 bindings are also available). This makes it possible to synchronize the properties of several objects, so that when one property changes the properties bound with it automatically change accordingly. This often eliminates the need to write callbacks watching for changes of properties. It supports one-way and mutual bindings and bindings with transformation functions.
DWI, Data With Interaction, is an Object-to-Relational Mapping (ORM)-based RAD (Rapid Application Development) system for rapidly creating data-driven desktop GUI applications. It maps SQL tables into several object systems, including QOF, GLib GObjects, and GTK/GNOME. It can be used with the Glade GUI designer. It supports multiple databases through ODBC and libdbi.
GTK ADI Library is a library containing GTK ADI widgets. ADI stands from Advanced Document Interface, and is an MDI (Multiple Document Interface) implementation. It contains a common MDI interface widget and several MDI representations (views). There are currently two views available: a "classical for GTK" tabbed MDI view, and an aligned MDI view. The aligned MDI view can have all child windows visible on the same parent screen, but without wasted space between them as can usually happen when a traditional MDI widget is used. Further development will include a window MDI view, where all the child windows are represented by the standard GTK windows or dialogs.
The JScrollDesktopPane Swing component for Java provides a virtual desktop replete with dynamic scroll bars, dynamic menus, and dynamic button shortcuts. The JScrollDesktopPane class surmounts the limitations of the original JDesktopPane Swing component, offering a solution to the clipping and overlap problems inherit to said component, and mimics the interface of the original JDesktopPane to provide an easy upgrade path. It provides a scrolling MDI desktop, one of the most requested features to the Java JDK.