dsmtk is PC-side software for programming Dallas Semiconductor's Ultra-High-Speed Flash Microcontrollers DS89C420/430/440/450 using ISP. It is a terminal program that gives access to boot-ROM functions in programming mode. It also provides support for loading or verifying flash memory, encrypting vector and external memory, and grabbing the microcontroller's output to a file. This project is not related to the Dallas Semiconductor company.
IBM Real-Time Class Analysis Tool for Java lets developers deploy their Java applications without manually defining classes that should be preloaded. It scans the Java bytecode and the classes that it uses, generating a Java source that preloads and pre-compiles all of these classes.
JGrit is a program that converts images from common formats (e.g. GIF, JPEG, BMP, and PNG) to source code that can be used to render the image on either the Game Boy Advance (GBA) or the Nintendo DS (NDS) system. There are already programs that do this, but none that play nicely with both Windows and Linux. It uses the grit command line tool as a backend.
Quila (from Portuguese: "Quila é um Interpretador para Linguagem Algoritmica") is an interpreter for a simple Pascal-like programming language whose keywords and command names are all in Portuguese. It can help novice programmers that speak Portuguese to learn computer programming, because it is easier to learn than a programming language with English keywords and command names.
givertcap is a small Linux application that is used to give other applications real-time capabilities. With the aid of givertcap, you can run real-time applications (audio and video -processing apps for example) with high priority, without running the application as root. Your application does get collection capabilities that allow it to run at very high priority.