sansa:AIFF is a Java package for reading and writing AIF files (Audio Interchange File Format, or, shorter, Audio IFF). It was written for the Sansa Project, a set for sound synthesis tools which uses the Audio IFF as default for sound files. sansa:AIFF is a complete implementation of the Audio Interchange File Format, including markers and loops.
RUE is intended to be used as a general, local or remote, monitoring tool for any Java based server such as Tomcat, Tyrex, Enhydra, JBoss, JOnAS, etc. RUE is written in 100% Java, and features pluggable samplers and sensors, data visualization plug-ins, configurable data history, output of HTML reports, a standard AWT GUI, JNDI-based sensor lookups, and a simple API for pooling, aggregation, and averaging.
ResCafé is a Swing-based Java utility for reading and extracting resources such as ICONs and MENUs from the Resource Forks of Macintosh files. In particular, it allows Linux users to use nifty Mac-only icons with their favorite desktop, e.g., KDE. It is somewhat similar to ResEdit on MacOS except that it is not an editor; it operates on files in a read-only fashion. The various resource types are parsed by auto-detected plugin handler classes.
Q2Java is a game DLL for Quake2 that allows game code to be written in Java instead of C. It currently runs on Win32, Solaris, and Linux platforms. It takes advantange of many Java features including security, cross-platform binary compatibility, internationalization, dynamic classloading, just to name a few things.
PngEncoder is a Java class which takes a Java Image object (based on DirectColorModel) and returns a byte-array in PNG format. This byte-array is suitable for saving as a PNG file or delivery to a client from a servlet. The class optionally encodes alpha information from the Image. PngEncoderB takes a Java BufferedImage object (which may have either a DirectColorModel or IndexColorModel) and returns a byte array in PNG format..
Pnuts is a scripting language totally written in Java. Users can use Pnuts to access the Java environment interactively. This helps developers to test their programs efficiently and easily. An interesting usage for this language is to be used as "glue" for JavaBeans or beween any Java API. Also, it can be embedded in a Java program to make processing more flexible.
PAT is an interpreter for a scheme-like functional language, also named PAT. It is written completely in Java and can run on any Java supported platform. Since the language is Turing-complete, it can be used for any type of computer application. It was originally developed to do performance analysis using list manipulation. However, it has grown into much more than that and can be used for many things, including: interactive testing of code written in Java, reading/writing Java objects from/to XML files, launching applications remotely. Some of the features of PAT are built-in lists and common list procedures such as filter, sort, map, append, and foreach; math primitives for arithmetic, statistics, trigonometry, and random numbers; built-in objects for dates and times; reflection primitives for introspection of Java objects; a table library; and simplified syntax for interactive Java object manipulation. It runs on Linux, All Java Platforms, Windows NT, Windows 2000