libalinga-java is a Java native interface to libalinga. It provides C++ and Java wrappers, as well as Java classes. It also provides control files to generate them from the libalinga interface using the program swig. The major and minor versions of this JNI will track that of libalinga, but its bugfixes are independent of libalinga bugfixes.
libalinga is a C++ implementation of a multi-stream codec for the ALingA (Aligned Linguistic Annotation) format. It makes use of libogg++. Each ALingA stream holds at least one stream of annotation data, which is in the LingA format. It may also interleave the signal stream(s) against which the LingA streams are aligned, or it may simply reference such streams. It also provides metadata about the underlying manifold for the signals and the annotations. The metadata is ordered for runtime parsing of the number and type of signal and LingA codecs to enable decoding of the multiple logical streams in one pass.
GNU Interactive Tools (GNUIT) is a set of interactive tools. It contains an extensible file system browser, an ASCII/hex file viewer, a process viewer/killer, and some other related utilities and shell scripts. It can be used to increase the speed and efficiency of most of the daily tasks such as copying and moving files and directories, invoking editors, compressing and uncompressing files, creating and expanding archives, compiling programs, sending mail, etc. It looks nice, has colors (if the standard ANSI color sequences are supported), and is user-friendly.
Logger is a log queueing and optimization utility. It can completely replace sys/klogd, handle logs larger than 2GB, perform automatic nightly log rotation without affecting services, and transfer logs between machines via TCP connections. Any application that writes a text log can be maintained by Logger. It is light, small, and fast, emphasizes security, and reduces drive usage through memory queueing.
libogg++java is a Java native interface to libogg++. It provides C++ and Java wrappers, as well as Java classes. It also provides control files to generate them from the libogg++ interface using SWIG. The major and minor versions of this JNI will track that of libogg++, but its bugfixes are independent of libogg++ bugfixes.
ICPLD (Internet Connection Performance Logging Daemon) is a connection monitor that sends ICMP requests to IP addresses of your choice and monitors if your machine has a working network connection. It logs failed attempts to reach the hosts, and will stamp a log as soon as a reply is received. It keeps track of when and for how long the connection was unavailable and records both total down time and each occasion of interrupted connection. It supports IPv6 and can execute a command whenever a connection goes up or down, which is useful for alerting users.