Embedded GLIBC (EGLIBC) is a variant of the GNU C Library (GLIBC) which is designed to work well on embedded systems. It strives to be source- and binary-compatible with GLIBC. EGLIBC's goals include a reduced footprint, configurable components, and better support for cross-compilation and cross-testing.
CSS Compressor is a Java library and utility for reducing the size of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It uses many approaches for reducing CSS files: whitespace and comment stripping, merging selectors with identical rules, using short-hand color representations, omitting semi-colons and units where unnecessary, short-hand box-model properties, and many other small tweaks.
Porte is a framework designed to save time and to simplify the development of relational database applications written in PHP. It saves you from writing repetitive SQL to interact between your objects and the database. It can retrieve, search, and save objects without a single line of SQL.
Zym is an application level PHP5 framework that streamlines the development of applications in a consistent manner using a set of defined conventions and patterns. It is based off of Zend Framework and therefore inherits ZF's loose-coupled "use-at-will" architecture. Zym becomes the "glue" for bringing Zend Framework's components together to simulate a "full-stack" framework without the restrictions of one.
pg_greentrunk provides fundamental components of GreenTrunk, an interface protocol (API) for using a PostgreSQL database with Python. It provides an interface for implementations to use, and provides documentation in the form of Python modules to allow immediate access to object descriptions, even when inside a Python console.
pg_pqueue is a Python package that provides low-level PQ protocol classes for interacting with a PostgreSQL database. It supports version 3.0 of the protocol. The package also provides a basic protocol transaction class. This class keeps the state of the protocol in an interrupt safe manner, and validates the integrity of the communication as messages are received. In general, you probably will never use this package directly, unless you are writing a driver.