eacc is a bash script that allows a group of people to share an encrypted, revision controlled file on a shared filesystem. Rather than store an encrypted file in RCS, eacc encrypts the RCS file and handles the decryption, check-out, check-in, and encryption steps automatically. The repository is encrypted using GPG's multi-recipient support, which allows each member of the group to use their own unique password. A typical use case would be to securely store sensitive information, such as password lists or account information, that is shared by a team.
JsonRpcPhp is a class that sends HTTP requests to a given JSON RPC server to call a specified function, passing any additional parameters. It can also send multiple JSON RPC requests and return the results of all calls. Another class can process server requests by registering a given object of service class and dispatching requests to be handled by that object.
PinaCMS is a batch Web site launcher. Use it as a content management system for a Web site chain or build your own SaaS CMS solution. It allows you to easily create, manage, and replicate common components, control each site individually or apply updates to all of them simultaneously, offer your clients a quick and easy way to create and manage their Web sites, and enjoy easy administration and a flexible mechanism for access control.
MonoDevelop is a GNOME IDE primarily designed for C# and other .NET languages. intelligent code completion attempts to complete type, method, and field names as you're typing. The IDE automatically gets the class information from your source code files and from the libraries referenced in your project. A class viewer allows you to list the classes in your project, their methods, and properties. Your namespaces are also tracked to keep the classes separated. A powerful add-in engine, a modular API, and a complete set of extension points provides a seamless platform upon which to build your own development tools.
The primary aim of the Gtk+2 panel project is to provide a panel that reuses whatever is available (if it is not overkill) in the obvious way, such as subclassing GtkWidget instead of implementing applets, or by using a GtkBuilder file instead of defining a new format to customize the panel. This approach gives some additional advantages for free: you can use common tools in uncommon ways. Above all, you can use Glade to design your own panel. All the dependencies apart from GTK+ are (and hopefully will be) optional.