DtSQL is a universal database query and editor tool for developers and database administrators. It supports Cache, DB2, Derby, Firebird, FrontBase, H2, HSQLDB, Informix, Ingres, JDatastore, MaxDB, Mckoi, Mimer, MySQL, Oracle, PointBase, PostgresSQL, Solid, SQLite, SQL Server, SQL Anywhere, and Sybase (ASE). It allows you to browse schemas, tables, columns, primary and foreign keys, constraints, views, indexes, triggers, stored procedures, functions, and sequences. You can create, alter, view, and drop tables, views, indexes, constraints, stored procedures, functions, triggers, and sequences, and edit table data including binary/BLOB and CLOB data types.
OZvm is principally a hardware emulation of the Cambridge Z88 portable computer, a Z80 CPU system with 4Mb addressable memory, a monochrome 640x64 LCD, and RS-232 serial port. It allows you to install any ROM or application card binary that also runs on a real Z88 portable. OZvm is also a versatile Z80 assembler debugging environment with a command line, screen activity recording, and Z80 instruction logging. It assists the developer in testing Z80 assembler programming of the Z88 operating system or 3rd party applications.
Teamspark is a clean and simple project/task management tool. It helps to record every piece of information related to your project, let people discuss and share ideas freely within the team, let everyone in the team know everything about the projects within the team, and enable realtime collaboration.
Booktype makes it easier for people and organizations to collate, organize, edit, and publish books. Delivering frictionlessly to print, lulu.com, and almost any ereader, Booktype facilitates collaborative production processes, with no more lost manuscripts, overwritten Word files, awkward wikis, or cumbersome CMSes.
CrashMail II is a Fidonet tosser/scanner with a built-in AreaFix implementation, support for Binkley style outbound (BSO), and message filtering capabilities. It is a fork of Johan Billing's original CrashMail II distribution that introduces a number of fixes (primarily support for running under 64-bit Linux) and a few new features.
Flawless traps exceptions and then uses git blame to send an email to the developer who wrote the buggy code. Even if a particular line of code causes thousands of exceptions, only one email will be sent. It uses git-blame to figure out which developer is responsible for a particular exception, and will only email that developer. If you set report_only_after_minimum_date, then Flawless will only report exceptions caused by code modified after report_only_after_minimum_date. You can mark certain files/functions as library code, and when an exception originates in those files/functions, the caller will be blamed for the error instead of the library code.