aspectj is an aspect-oriented extension to Java that enables the clean modularization of crosscutting concerns such as error checking and handling, synchronization, context-sensitive behavior, performance optimizations, monitoring and logging, debugging support, and multi-object protocols.
Nexus is an infrastructure for component-based application development, similar to other such projects like Bonobo, KOM, and XPCOM. But in contrast to these projects which are intended to solve the component-based issues on top of architectures like CORBA and/or COM/DCOM, the Nexus design starts at deeper level. In fact, Nexus uses the very basic COM specification and builds up its own core facilities (from core to services up to components), so you can perceive Nexus as a COM- based CORBA sibling.
IBAccess is an Interbase client application that allows users or administrators the use of a graphical interface to Interbase database servers and Interbase database files and objects. You can easily create and alter tables, enter new data, create stored procedures, etc. It is available for Linux and Windows.
JSlib is intended to reduce the current amount of redundancy among Mozilla application developers who are trying to do similar things in different applications. By creating libraries of common useful routines, application developers can focus on creating original functionality for their own applications instead of dealing with messy XPConnect JS objects and worrying about which IDL methods do what and which are implemented on what platforms.
Code Librarian is a Web frontend to CVS repositories, conceptually a merge of Bonsai and ViewCVS/cvsweb. It allows browsing recent commits to the repositories monitored by date as well as browsing the repository by path as a tree of files and their revisions. Colored unidiffs are shown in popup layers one click away from any browse view, and the interface tries to be both clean and powerful, without scaring away the novice user.