Pride combines bash scripts, zenity, ant, ImageMagick, and the Android tools to create a fast and simple POSIX alternative for Android development. It provides all the basic commands (clean, build, release, etc.) of other Android IDEs. But it is primarily a robust and simple injection framework. Injections from methods to clusters of activities are easily created from existing code and can then be injected into any project. Pride can also be used to batch build, load, or release multiple projects and can update class and resource files among projects that use the same objects or resources.
Converseen is an image converter and resizer written in C++ with the powerful Qt4 libraries. Thanks to the Magick++ image libraries, it supports more than 100 image formats like DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, TIFF, and many others. Converseen allows you to convert, resize, rotate, and automatically flip an unlimited number of images. It can save you time because it can process more than one image with one mouse click. It features a very simple user interface without strange options.
codemiscs is a collection of exciting, creative, amusing, and innovative commands. It is intended to be fun and useful. It includes a command wrapper (cmd), project generator (mkproject), human language translator (tw), feed reader (rf), images wizard (imgs), colorizer (colorize), slowed down echoer (typewriter), and shell show (show).
GTKRawGallery is a workflow-oriented photo retouching program with the necessary tools to quickly process camera raw images. It brings together Dcraw, Imagemagick, and Exiftool. Important features include an image browser and manager for popular formats, a full-featured Dcraw GUI for fine-tuned raw image pre-processing, image modification tools for 16-bit/channel post-processing, batch conversion with single workflow applicable, a batch processor to speed up the workflow, fast tagging, an advanced metadata editor with EXIF, IPTC, and XMP write support, color management, and print support, Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa Web Albums publishers, and a Dropbox uploader.
CBR Server is a light-weight HTTP server allowing you to view Comic Book Archives: CBR, CBZ, PDF, etc. It has purposely been designed to be used with a wireless tablet PC and is highly configurable. XML file-based configuration capabilities. A multi-threaded HTTP server based on JDoc Web Server. Multi-threaded CBR/CBZ/RAR/ZIP extraction. Support for a user-selected splash screen. Customizable HTML/CSS pages. Text-based search capabilities. Displays CBR, CBZ, RAR, ZIp, and PDF-based documents. FMEO (For my eyes only) support. A thumbnail rendition of the cover pages of the query results. A thumbnail rendition of the entire comic book. Zoom in, zoom out, and full size support. 270 degree rotation (a.k.a. iPad emulation). A remember me function (cookie-based). A file explorer interface that enables you to navigate through the directories comprising Comic Books. Multi-language support (i18n). End-users language extension support. Enhanced out of the box HTML forms. Uses ImageMagick and 7-Zip. Icons from www.everaldo.com/crystal. Enhanced navigation capabilities.
OpenXL is a multiple purpose C open engine. It is a proceduralization library. It can be seen as the artist, the designer, or even the programmer of your project. It is designed so that it has some function power that could turn into any task (performing a texture, a pixel art image, a mesh, a model, a level, a song, etc.). The idea is to play the part of the missing components on your team.
phundament is a Yii module for implementing content management. It includes a widget manager for content management, CKeditor 3 with a custom file manager, an interface that can be customized with jQueryUI themes, user registration, widgets for HTML content, blog postings, submenus, and more. It is easy and efficient.
Publish is a relatively simple bash script for reducing the workload in the tasks related to publishing an image into a user's ~/public_html elsewhere via scp. Optionally, the script prints out the URL (preformatted for Web BBS use if so desired) coupled with most relevant EXIF information, does conversion operations, and adds an copyright notice.
Resize Image Nautilus Script is a Bash script extending Nautilus, the GNOME file manager, to easily resize images using ImageMagick, e.g. to create files suitable for sending by email. The script resizes selected files to the given pixel width/height and saves them with the same file name in a new sub folder (e.g. "1024px"). Existing files in the resize target sub-folder will not be overwritten. Different sizes can be directly chosen in the Scripts sub-menu of a file's context menu.