HickUP is a small multi-platform system for managing applications for a user or project environment. The user can, through a GUI or command line tool, choose which applications and versions they want to use. The project manager can specify allowed applications and versions of these the project members can select. The user can then select one of multiple environments to use at login or within a specific shell.
The aim of SCEW is to provide an easy interface around the XML Expat parser, as well as a simple interface for creating new XML documents. It provides functions to load and access XML elements without the need to create Expat event handling routines every time you want to load a new XML document. It uses a DOM-like object model for new or parsed XML documents, supports loading concatenated XML documents, can copy and compare full XML documents, elements, or attributes, writes XML documents to multiple outputs, and allows adding new I/O sources easily. It supports UTF-8, ISO-8859-1, and US-ASCII encoding (and UTF-16 in Windows).
Open Tool Kit (Otk) is a portable widget library for making graphical user interfaces for C programs. It emphasizes simplicity for the application programmer without eliminating capability. Based on OpenGL, Otk supports Linux, Unix, and other OSs neutrally and efficiently. It is simple and compact, and it strives for easy compilation and linking to other applications. In seeking to address several issues associated with earlier graphics APIs, Otk explores some interesting methods, such as window-relative layout instead of pixel-based layout.
Mapnik is a toolkit for developing GIS applications. At the core is a C++ shared library providing algorithms/patterns for spatial data access and visualization. Essentially a collection of geographic objects (map, layer, datasource, feature, and geometry), the library doesn't rely on "windowing systems" and can be deployed in any server environment. It is intended to play fair in a multi-threaded environment and is aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at Web-based development. High-level Python bindings (boost.python) facilitate rapid application development, targeting zope3, django, etc.
Qanava is a C++ library designed to display graphs on a Qt canvas. Qanava provide classes to generate various layouts of directed graphs and visualize their nodes with custom styles on a graphic canvas. Qanava is designed for applications with basic graph visualization needs such as Gantt charts, social networks, and document or network modelling applications. It is not meant for a complex interactive visualization of very large data sets.
InteLib is a library of C++ classes that lets you do Lisp/Scheme programming within your C++ programs, even without any additional preprocessing, without all those calling conventions. You can write code that is accepted by a C++ compiler while thinking in a "Lisp/Scheme mode", and the code you write will look much like Lisp/Scheme code, although it will be pure C++.
liboping is a C library for measuring network latency using ICMP echo requests. It can send to and receive packets from multiple hosts in parallel, which is nice for monitoring applications. Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported transparently for the programmer and user. A program called oping is included to show the simplicity and potential of the library and provide the functionality at the command line.
Mathomatic is a portable, general-purpose computer algebra system (CAS) that can solve, differentiate, simplify, combine, and compare algebraic equations, perform standard, complex number, modular, and polynomial arithmetic, etc. It does some calculus and is very easy to compile/install, learn, and use. The symbolic math application with a simple command-line interface is designed to be a colorful algebra calculator that is reliable, responsive, and convenient to use. The symbolic math library is lightweight and easy to include in other software, due to being written entirely in C with no additional dependencies.
Xmldego provides XML parsing and/or transformation by binding callbacks to XML parsing events in the context of an XML element. While SAX, for example, calls your callbacks on every start tag, Xmldego will do so only for the child axis path you request. Xmldego is particularly useful when only smaller bits of a much larger XML file need to be processed, because only interest in the relevant bits need to be coded. In contrast to a DOM parser, much larger XML files can be processed, because the whole file is not loaded into memory.