Vunsy is a very easy content management system and a dynamic Web site designer that entirely removes the need for a Web design program. Its purpose is to enable the user to make a site quickly by using widgets and layouts. It allows you to assign permissions to every piece of content. These permissions can control such things as viewing and deleting the content.
mach allows you to set up clean roots from scratch for any distribution or distribution variation supported. Currently, this is limited to RPM-based distributions. This clean build root can be used for making clean packages, running jailed services, testing builds, or making disk images of clean roots.
TagSoup is a SAX-compliant parser written in Java that, instead of parsing well-formed or valid XML, parses HTML as it is found in the wild: poor, nasty, and brutish, though quite often far from short. TagSoup is designed for people who have to process this stuff using some semblance of a rational application design. By providing a SAX interface, it allows standard XML tools to be applied to even the worst HTML. TagSoup also includes a command line processor that reads HTML files, and can generate either clean HTML or well-formed XML that is a close approximation to XHTML.
Perthon converts Python source code to human- readable Perl 5.x source code. It makes use of Damian Conway's Parse::RecDescent for parsing, and aims to reimplement the Python language as specified in the Python Reference Manual and BNF grammar. Perthon is similar to Jython (www.jython.org), which reimplements Python on the JVM, except that Perthon works at the source code (not byte code) level. Perthon does the reverse of Bridgekeeper (http://www.crazy-compilers.com/bridgekeeper/), which attempts to solve the (much harder) problem of Perl-to-Python source code machine translation.