Dwarf is a modular Java framework for developing network server applications based on Internet standards. While focused on building service-based applications like Web servers, mail servers, and messaging services, it can also be used for other applications. The core consists of several packages, which provide a multithreaded kernel, security based on the standard Java 2 Platform Security architecture and the JAAS, logging, configuration, and a management system. Modularity and a fine-grained API allow one to extend the server, to reuse the existing services for a new application, or even create new services based on the existing ones.
Fastcm is a simple Web content management system. It allows the same content to be shared throughout an entire site or several different sites. It is an individual tool for a Webmaster rather than a collaborative system. Fastcm content typically consists of HTML fragments which are meant to be assembled.
shmux is a program for executing the same command on many hosts in parallel. For each target, a child process is spawned by shmux, and a shell on the target obtained one of the supported methods: rsh, ssh, or sh. The output produced by the children is received by shmux and either output in turn to the user in an easy to read format, or written to files for later processing, making it well suited for use in scripts.
NMM (Network-Integrated Multimedia Middleware) is a flow graph based multimedia framework. NMM allows a programmer to create distributed multimedia applications: local and remote multimedia devices or software components can be controlled transparently and integrated into a common multimedia processing flow graph. NMM is a set of cross-platform libraries and applications. A software development kit (SDK) is also provided.
Xmake is a console application for building C/C++ projects. It uses XML syntax to describe the necessary files required to build a project and is much easier to explain than make. It is based on a project with one or more "configurations", thus allowing a single file to build across multiple platforms/compilers. Each of the specified source files can belong to one or more of the configurations. The program will automatically do dependency checking for consecutive builds. There are pre- and post-build steps that allow you execute commands to the shell. The pre/post-build steps are also linked to the configuration, so you can be platform specific per configuration.
Jacksum is a platform-independent utility for computing and verifying checksums, CRCs, and message digests, as well as timestamps of files. It supports most common checksum algorithms. The format of the output is fully customizable. The program is large-file-aware, and recursive file processing as well as platform-independent file verification are supported.