clo++ is a command line option parser generator. Given an XML file that contains a description of your program and its options, clo++ can generate code to parse its command line. In addition to code generation, clo++ can also generate man pages. Other languages and output formats can easily be added because clo++ generates its output using templates.
Phormation is a set of PHP functions which provide a framework for developing any HTML form connected to a database backend (currently PostgreSQL, MySQL, and ODBC are supported). It allows you to write and make use of reusable widgets so you can develop Web sites more quickly. Phormation has more than 10 widgets including text field, date, file upload, and foreign key select, and is easily extensible. It has good documentation.
the MS-TNEF degenerator is a Web frontend for a command line program called tnef. It accepts a "winmail.dat" file sent by Outlook users, decodes its contents, and lets the user download them. This is meant for users who keep getting Outlook attachments they can't read but don't want to use the command line.
phpDVD is a simple PHP script to keep track of your DVD collection. The information is stored in a MySQL database and an interface is provided to add, edit and delete entries. Customizable fields allow you to display the details of importance to you; the default fields are: Title, Studio, Year, Aspect Ratio and Audio Format. You can optionally link each title to its corresponding page at the Internet Movie Database, or to a URL of your choice. The look and feel is fully customizable through header/footer/style sheet templates.
Jython is a Java implementation of the Python programming language. It allows users to compile Python source code to Java byte codes, and run the resulting bytecodes on any Java Virtual Machine. It is a very seamless and smooth integration with Java: from Python you have complete access to all Java libraries, can build applets, can integrate with Java beans, and can subclass Java classes in Python and vice versa. Like Python, and unlike Java, Jython can also be used interactively: just type some Jython code at the prompt and see the results immediately.