FusionCharts for Flex is a charting component for Adobe Flex solutions. It offers over 45 chart types spanning both 2D and 3D charts, including standard charts like column, bar, line, pie, doughnut, and area, multi-series charts, stacked charts, and combination charts with support for dual axes, funnel and pyramid charts, bubble and XY plot (scatter charts), charts with logarithmic axes, spline and spline area charts, and true 3D charts. It works with Flex Builder 2 and 3, mxmlc, or any other Flex compiler.
Injcode attaches to the target process using ptrace(). It then copies code and data into the memory space of the process and runs that. Then it cleans up as if it had never been there. It includes the ability to: move a program from one TTY to another; close fd; and close fd and reopen another file in its place.
The Middleman System (mdm) is a set of utilities that help you parallelize your shell scripts. Its design is based on ideas from superscalar computer processors: it fetches commands as your script is running, detects potential interference between commands on the fly, and issues commands for execution in parallel as appropriate.
The eLesson Markup Language (eLML) is an XML framework for creating structured eLessons using XML. For easier lesson authoring, the Web-based WYSIWYG Firedocs eLML Editor is available, and to create eLML template layouts without any XSLT knowledge, you can use the Template Builder.
geoCtools manipulates geo-data in CSV or KML files. It generates KML files for Google map/earth. Polygons can be merged, locations (icons) added with user data in the balloons, and selected via FIPS code. It uses libxml2. It is command-line driven. It contains data for US states down to the county level. It has optional data for PC(USA) denomination.
JLearnIt is a thematic dictionary that allows you to learn vocabulary with a questionnaire. You can also translate text (word by word), search for incomplete words, sort the languages in alphabetical order, rearrange the order of the languages, save your score, save as HTML, and show only the languages you're interested in. Each word is rated according to frequency of use. You can choose to see only the words of a certain range of frequencies or to be asked for words of that level. You can also add and delete your vocabulary and categories, and cut/copy/paste between a spreadsheet program and JLearnIt. You can change the language and the skin of JLearnIt. You can get more information about the word on the Internet and save your configuration. JLearnIt won't ask you the same word if you know the word. It won't ask you for the word that starts with the same letters as the translation. You can edit words and set properties for this word.