Escale is a Newton Connection Utility for Mac OS X. It features AddressBook synchronization, package installation, and the use of the Mac Keyboard to echo letters on the Newton. It can connect to a Newton via the serial line, AppleTalk, and TCP/IP with Rendezvous. Escale comes with the full source code of the Desktop Connection Library (DCL).
tk10 is open source, multi-platform software for configuring the ICOM IC-R10 portable receiver. It lets you read a memory image from the receiver or a file, view and change settings using a graphical interface, and sort memory channels by frequency or by label. Users can import and export memory channel data from CSV files. tk10 can then write the image from the computer back to the radio.
4W WebMerge generates static HTML pages from any database or spreadsheet, including Microsoft Access, FileMaker Pro, and Excel. An HTML editor can be used to design custom templates for your index and details pages, and generated pages can be uploaded to any server without requiring dedicated database hosting. It also provides options for automation.
JDiskReport enables you to understand how much space the files and directories consume on your disk drives, and it helps you find obsolete files and folders. The tool analyses your disk drives and collects several statistics which you can view as overview charts and details tables.
Report Magic is an add-on for Analog, a Web site logfile analysis program. Generated reports include a description with tabulated, graphed, and summarized results. All colors, fonts, and background images are completely customizable to help make resulting reports fit the theme of your Web site. Report Magic has translations for several languages. It runs on any platform that will run Perl and pre-compiled versions are available for Win32 and Mac.
py-xmlrpc is an extremely fast implementation of the xmlrpc spec for Python (written in C). It supports both blocking and non-blocking clients and servers on Windows and POSIX platforms. Version 0.8.1 is 100% compliant with the xmlrpc validator found at http://validator.xmlrpc.com.