Alfanous is a Quranic search engine that provides simple and advanced search services in the diverse information of the Holy Quran. It is built on the foundations of modern search engines to ensure high stability and high-speed searching. It has features to help the user search like highlighting and suggestions. Alfanous is necessarily focused on searching in the Arabic language, and so it provides Arabic morphological analysis to allow users more liberty in the formulation of queries and also to increase the accuracy of the research and its comprehensiveness.
Quake 2 Map Info is a command line utility that parses a Quake 2 map file and reports how many entities and textures are being used. It is useful for spotting extra items to improve gameplay balance and/or reducing extra textures to increase map speed. Most map editors do not provide a detailed breakdown of what is inside a map. It is compatible with any Quake 2 (ID Tech 2) game engine if the map file format has not be altered. If a game has a different map format, you can modify the source code to reflect the new format.
RX@Etersoft is a terminal server. It allows Linux and Windows applications to be executed on a server while users interact with the applications' interfaces at their workstations. RX@Etersoft is a system based on the NX protocol. It enables running remote X11 sessions even through network channels with low capacity. The RX@Etersoft client can be run on Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and Windows. Advantages of RX@Etersoft over a common Linux server connection include simplicity of administration, acceleration of applications which actively use network data transfer, safe remote Internet connection, connection with office equipment (like printers and scanners), the ability to connect from both Linux and Windows, effective compression of the X traffic, a caching mechanism for the repeated use of data transmitted between server and client, acceleration of X calls, and a "lazy" coding algorithm for delayed screen update.
mi is a Linux command line utility that can identify potential deadlocks in multi-threaded applications. It can also collect statistics such as number of successful and failed mutex operations, time spent acquiring mutex locks, etc. It can also show call stacks for all mutex operations. It is able to identify the following conditions: the order of locking two mutexes in one thread is opposite to the order of locking the same mutexes in another thread; unlocking a mutex that was not locked earlier; a mutex is left locked after an application has finished; the order of unlocking mutexes does not correspond to the reverse order of locking these mutexes; and unlocking a mutex that was locked earlier in another thread.
exJello is a JavaMail provider that connects to a Microsoft Exchange server (actually, it uses the WebDAV interface exposed by Outlook Web Access). It is designed as a drop-in replacement for the standard POP3 and SMTP providers. This allows you to send and receive messages through your Exchange server in situations where a POP3/SMTP interface is not available (through a restrictive firewall, for example, or if your administrator simply does not provide a POP3 or SMTP gateway).