TeXcount is a Perl script for counting words in LaTeX documents. It parses valid LaTeX documents counting words, headers, formulae (mathematics), and floats/begin-end groups. To run the script, you can either download it and run it on your own computer, or you can use the Web interface. TeXcount is included in the CTAN TeX/LaTeX archive, and thus included in several TeX distributions. If you have TeX installed, chances are you may already have TeXcount.
JS Diff Viewer is a library that can find and view the difference between two text strings. It takes two text strings, uses the diff algorithm to find the differences between them, and returns a list of changes to patch the original string to become the final string. The patch list shows which characters are added or removed to change one string into the other. The difference between the text strings may be computed in three modes: by character, by word or by line. The object can also format the strings to view them as HTML, showing which characters are added and removed with special insertion and deleted styles. The example page works as a tool to interactively view the changes as the user changes the texts before and after the changes are applied.
The ABOUT tool and ABOUT files provide a simple way to document the provenance (origin and license) and other important or interesting information about third-party software components that you use in your project. The tool is a command line based utility. The ABOUT tool helps automate OSS compliance that is needed throughout the software lifecycle.
phpilelist is a file listing script that you can upload to a directory on your Web server. There's just one file to upload, and the script will list all files with extensions you specify and make them available for download. If you add, remove, or rename files, the listing will automatically update. If the directory contains a file named 'readme.txt', the script will show this file's contents above the download links.
SyncServer is a Firefox sync server written in Perl. Mozilla's Firefox sync server, which is written in Python, has many dependencies and is quite tricky to install on enterprise distributions which don't ship with all those requirements. This syncserver implements the syncserver user API and storage API as an fcgi application. It is entirely written in Perl.