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
libtst is an implementation of a ternary search trie, based on description in Algorithms in C (3rd Edition) by Sedgewick. It is useful for associating a C string with a void pointer, as a string database or symbol table. Original sources are included in CWEB form as well as straight C sources.
PilotBean is a package that provides a Java interface to the 3Com PalmPilot (TM) device via Pilot Desktop application. PilotBean's classes allow user Java applications to work with Pilot Desktop's data files, i.e. Memopad and Datebook. Datebook's and Memopad's entries can be added, edited and listed. Datebook and Memopad can also be "listened to" to detect new or updated entries.
Reliable Multicast SDK (aka Remade) is a set of Java-based APIs intended for the creation of reliable multicast delivery applications. A reliable multicast transport protocol is implemented and serves as the basis for Remade. The toolkit provides a high-level intuitive interface to the protocol. One can simply call "transmit file" function at the head-end server, "receive file" function at the end-user client, and not to worry about multicast address allocation, reliability repair mechanism, or other details.