Bookling is a simple eBook manager designed to make reading fun. It allows you to store, manage, and read your eBook collection on a desktop computer. It features multiple views for your library, multiple bookmarks, customisable fonts and colors for your book's text, and the ability to store your book collection in your choice of directory. Its back end is cleanly separated from the front end, allowing developers to easily port it to other platforms with a native GTK+ or WPF interface.
Brockman is an information radiator for monitoring Ant builds. It is useful for Agile software teams that practice continuous integration. Brockman consists of an Ant listener written in Java that outputs that status of your build in XML, a Freemarker template that specifies the format of the output XML file, and an AJAX front end that renders the XML file.
BullDoc is a Web application for documentation building. It is generally desgined for projects developed with PHP and which use SVN or another source control system. It stores the documentation sources in the same repository as the code. The sources should be text files, so SVN can track changes and allow BullDoc to always extract a documentation version appropriate to the code. It makes it convenient to view the result of authoring by opening a page in a Web browser, without additional compiling. It also allows you to edit text directly in the Web browser.
ByteName is a tool that for each byte of the input prints a line consisting of the byte offset, the byte in hex, octal, binary, and decimal, and its description in a selected single-byte encoding. A command line flag suppresses printing of lines corresponding to ASCII characters, which is useful for locating stray non-ASCII codes. It can also generate a chart for a specified encoding or, for a specified codepoint, generate descriptions in all known encodings.
The Machine Objects class library allows the creation of state machines based on the "State" design pattern in straight C++. It extends the pattern with the option to create hierarchical state machines, making it possible to convert the popular UML statechart notation to working code in a straightforward way. Other features are entry and exit actions, state histories, and state variables.
C++ Resources Compiler is a tool that will generate a C++ source file (along with the corresponding header file) that embeds any given data file and provides a Resource class which gives access to this data. The Resource class can be created in two flavors: one using STL streams, the other using WxWidgets streams. Its function is similar to that of the "qtrc" tool from the Qt toolkit.
C-Pluff is a plug-in framework for C programs. It has been strongly inspired by the Java plug-in framework in Eclipse. C-Pluff focuses on providing core services for plug-in interaction and plug-in management. It aims to be platform neutral and supports dynamic changes to plug-in configuration without stopping the whole application or framework. It does not yet provide special facilities for distribution such as signed plug-in packages or remote plug-in repositories, but it is possible to build such features on top of the current framework.