jac is a command line CD player that allows you to play your CDs in any order with looping features (on track, playlist, or the entire CD), random playing, backwards playing, exclude from playing, crazy-playing, and many other features. It supports the Italian and English languages, CDDB, and CDIndex.
JNapster is a Napster client implemented in Java. It allows you to download MP3s over the Internet. It provides a GUI similar to that of the Napster Windows client and has some handy features the original doesn't have: It gets server lists directly from napigator.com and logs you into as many Napster servers as you want, which you can query in parallel.
Java PictDraw is a set of Java classes to display Quickdraw images (Macintosh Pict files). Quickdraw is a meta/vector format that supports lines, circles, arcs, boxes, polygon, styled text, bitmap-based regions, and compressed bitmaps (RLE and JPEG). This package contains all the classes needed to parse a Quickdraw file, and to display into a Java AWT port. Features include the ability to make the text regions of the picture clickable.
javashout is a program for shouting mp3s to a shoutcast server. It runs on any system, takes very little cpu time and has some nifty features. You can remotely connect to it via telnet and change options while it's running. You can also attach another shout to the back of javashout, allowing you to alternate between using a playlist and manually choosing songs painlessly without skips or jerks in the sound.
IIF is a 32-bit animated lossless image compression software. Everything is supported except the alpha. It compresses using an advanced compression algorithm that typically beats out GIF/PNG/TIFF (unless LZW is used). The encoding allows for multiple kinds of encoding options to be used while encoding and on different parts of the image.
icontact is a highly-configurable Perl script that takes a bunch of image files and creates contact sheets. icontact determines the file format by the file name extension of the input files, and then uses internal tables to look up the commands it needs to execute in order to convert the images to the PPM format. Once they're converted, icontact uses various pbmplus commands to create contact sheets. icontact is particularly useful if you have lots of image files in all sorts of different formats and you want to create an index of all of them without converting them all to a common format first. This package also includes a filter to convert xv's .xvpics files into PPM format.
HyperHelp is a feature-rich on-line help development kit for UNIX and OpenVMS. It lets you easily add a powerful hypertext system to your application. HyperHelp provides all the features you expect from an on-line help system. HyperHelp 5.2 features a free demonstration version of the HyperHelp viewer and online versions of various manuals. This demonstration will enable customers to view pre-compiled help files on Linux, as reference materials.
Hyperplay is a GTK+ multimedia authoring engine designed for graphical adventure-style games. It plays a pre-compiled script that is made of several scenes, and can keep its state in a save file. Hyperplay uses the PNG format for graphical images that can be layed on the frame window.