Serendipity ICCtool is a simple but useful tool that can be used to check how ICC profile combinations perform for particular sets of input values. The ICC transformations are carried out by Serendipity Software's ICC engine, the same engine used in Serendipity Blackmagic and Serendipity Megarip. Measurement of colours using spectrophotometers from Gretag and Xrite are also supported. By measuring a colour, the Lab, RGB, and CMYK values are given for any combination of input and output ICC profiles.
VAdmind (Virtual Administrator Daemon) is set of Perl scripts and modules which can help with remote server management. It uses XML input/otput, and can be run by (x)inetd. It can receive multiple commands to execute, and it has been built to provide support for a scalable system administration environment. Since it takes XML, clients can be developed in a different set of environments with easy integration into the server.
MassTrans is a complex project to build an application with a Web interface which finds the quickest path using a mass transportation system. It contains Perl fetching and parsing scripts, SQL and PL scripts for maintaining the database, PHP and HTML scripts for the Web GUI, and C++ files for the core application.
OraRep is a PL/SQL snippet (embedded in a shell script) which creates a well-formatted HTML report on a given database instance, providing you with an overview on your instance(s), some hints for performance tuning, and more. It has been tested with Oracle 8.1.7, 9.0.1, and 9.2. The script easily fits into a cron task to be run on a regular basis. Sample output (HTML) is included. OSPRep does the same job for Oracle StatsPack Reports based on SnapShot Levels up to 7, and provides additional "plugins" for more detailed reporting on special issues. It also optionally creates a separate page with charts to visualize the results and more.
Enhanced cd (ecd) combines the functinionality of several builtin shell commands for changing the current directory. It has all the features of cd, pushd, and popd, while adding some additional features. It can automatically execute certain scripts when entering or leaving a directory, and it maintains a menu-driven history list to assist in changing to prior directories. Since it is implemented as a shell function, it resides in the shell's memory and executes with no visible delay. And since functions do not fork a subprocess, all executed commands are able to affect the current shell.
QicsTable is designed to provide a high performance and more functional alternative to the QTable object included in the Enterprise and GPL versions of Qt. It is built around an MVC architecture and implemented with the philosophy that common operations (setting fonts, alignment, etc.) should be directly supported and not require additional subclasses. It is offered under two licenses: the GPL for open source efforts, and commercial for companies requiring the ability to develop proprietary applications.