ZWM is an SDL-based window manager and widget library intended to be used in cross-platform applications. It features basic widgets like buttons, lists, containers, a file browser, combo-box, and many more. It also features support for mutimedia playback (MPEG, MP3, WAV, MIDI, Ogg, etc.).
T/TCP For Linux is an implementation and integration of T/TCP (Transaction TCP) into Linux kernels. T/TCP is an extension for standard TCP which uses a monotonically increasing variable, CC (Connection Counts), to bypass the 3-way handshake and reduce TIME_WAIT perild. T/TCP greatly decreases the overhead that standard TCP introduces when dealing with transaction-oriented connections. T/TCP for Linux also focuses on the promotion of wide adoption of T/TCP, since it has indisputable performance advantages over standard TCP.
CxxTester is an universal testframe for C++ code. It supports testing a system of libraries, objectfiles with a set of methods, or even a single line C++ source (in fact, everything which has a C++ interface). The interpreter frontend allows you to modify and enlarge the tests without recompilation of code. Tests can be executed batch-oriented with scripts or interactive, supported by graphic output. The tool enables remote testing between different hosts.
QSMP3 is a MP3 Playback component for Delphi and Kylix. It allows you to add full MP3 playback capabilities to your application under both Win32 and Linux. It is a non-visual component, so it should be functional under Linux CLI, X11, Win32 GUI, and Win32 (not DOS) CLI. Supported capabilities include playback, stop, pause, seek-by-time-index,seek-by-byte-indes, automatic position reporting (by event), and position reporting by function call. This component relies on SDL, SMPEG, and the JEDI-SDL translation of the SDL and SMPEG headers to Pascal.
tinyldap is a small (11k uncompressed static binary on x86 Linux) and fast (1000 equal queries for one of 3000 records in less than one second on a 1.3 GHz Athlon, with over 3000 separate TCP connections using tcpserver) read-only LDAP server. No tricks like file descriptor passing, thread pools, or caching are used (aside from the buffer cache from the operating system).