Pycleartool is a Python extension that provides a high-level interface to IBM Rational ClearCase, suitable for scripting solutions. It links directly against ClearCase libraries, preventing you from extra processing usually encountered in scripts that interact with ClearCase, where the creation of a cleartool subprocess is required to handle a ClearCase request.
Arachno Ruby IDE is a development environment with an Emacs-like editor, an integrated very fast GUI debugger, source code browsing, live syntax checking, a local Apache environment for developing/debugging CGIs and integrated FTP, and a GNU diff frontend. The debugger offers an easy way to debug CGI and ERuby Web applications. It runs on Windows 2000 and XP, SuSE Linux 9.1/9.2, and other 2.6 kernel Linux distributions.
IptablesWeb allows a user to inspect iptables logs and to receive email and alerts using a Web browser. It is plugin-based, portable to any database, and supports multiple languages and multiple users. It features the ability to duplicate each plugin in any number of blocks, each with its own characteristics. The update (refresh) time can be set on each block to reduce the CPU load. Blocks can be dragged and dropped to change their display order.
The FiForms Framework is an application development framework for building Web-database applications in XML, powered by MySQL and PHP. AJAX-enhanced forms, sub-forms, custom reports, and dynamically generated menus create a seamless user experience. The FiForms Framework lets you rapidly prototype and develop a Web/database front end using the latest PHP and XML technologies. It currently includes data-entry classes and XML report generation scripts. The libraries utilize the new XML capabilities of PHP 5 to create a framework for developing Web applications completely in XML languages.
AFNIX is a multi-threaded functional writing system with dynamic symbol bindings that support the object oriented paradigm. It has a rich set of features providing runtime compatibility with C++. The engine runs on both 32- and 64-bit platforms, and it is designed to be portable across platforms.
HPLIP (HP Linux Imaging and Printing) is a complete single and multi-function printing device connectivity solution for users of Linux. Supported features include a toolbox with status and maintenance functions, scanning, a CUPS backend that supports bidirectional I/O, and photo card unloading. It includes HPIJS 2.x and supports over 1000 HP printer models including Deskjet, Business Inkjet, Photosmart, Business Inkjet, PSC, Officejet, Mono/Color LaserJet, and LaserJet Multifunction Peripheral (MFP).