Leaky can help you track down memory leaks and some kinds of memory corruption. It also has entry pointers for logging addref / release calls. The key thing that leaky does is this: it logs all calls to malloc / free / realloc / new / delete into a log file. The logging data includes information about size and address, as well as the call stack of the operation. The leaky program then can translate the call stack data from addresses into symbols and then dump the data out.
LAPLib (Linear Algebra Performance Library) is an object-oriented software library which provides an elegant interface to access the optimized performance of these old-style libraries. LAPLib transparently handles all low-level details concerned with invocation of BLAS and LAPACK functions. Using LAPLib, developers can write expressions in a C++ object-oriented fashion and greatly reduce the complexity associated with using BLAS and LAPACK routines while maintaining excellent performance.
The goal of the Linux WLAN project is to develop a complete, standards based, wireless LAN system using the GNU/Linux operating system. What differentiates this project from the Linux wireless extensions and other Linux wireless projects is that it is basing everything on the IEEE 802.11 standard.
LiquidMaya is a Maya to Renderman plug-in that handles full Renderman output support with a focus on speed, efficiency, and extensibility. Its features include procedural rib generation, full network rendering support, segmented rib files, a shader assignment interface, and much more. Along with the ability to write full C++ plug-ins, it is incredibly easy to script Liquid with Mel. Liquid was used for the visual effects of the "Lord of the Rings" movie.
Litmus is an integrated testcase management and QA tool. It was designed to improve workflow, visibility, and turnaround time in the Mozilla QA process. Its goal is to allow users to enter software tests, run them, and view and manage the results. Along the way, users can expect to be able to do queries and reports and have access all the usual features they expect from a first-class Web application.
MC4J provides a rich management interface to Java Management Extensions (JMX) based servers. It displays a tree structure of the managed components and provides the ability to view, alter, and graph attributes of live state. It currently supports JBoss, WebLogic, WebSphere, and Tomcat application servers as well as those based on JSR 160, MX4J, or JMX Reference Implementation services.