t2t can convert any delimited text file to an HTML table. It supports all attributes for the various table-related tags. It can read its input either from stdin, a file, or a whole directory. when t2t is passed in a directory, it will process all the files (except those with either .html or .htm extension), and all the files in all the sub-directories. It works on any system with Perl.
This is a generic HTML table wrapper base class. It provides basic functionality to generate the output of any HTML component that may be layed out in a table. It features XHTML compliant output and built-in control of table, row and cell color, width, alignment, and border width. Cell contents are fully definable in subclasses by iterating over the class functions to define the data of the rows and their cells.
tClick is a set of PHP scripts designed to provide tracking of click-throughs of links on a Web site for those who don't have access to their site logs or don't want to bother with complex log analysis programs. The system's backend is provided by a MySQL database, and support is included for addition, deletion, and viewing of link statistics through a Web interface as both individual links and by categories.
The Table Driven Assembler (TDASM) is a portable cross assembler for any kind of assembly language. It should be possible to use it as a compiler to any target microprocessor using a table that defines the compilation process. The development of the project has been terminated. Anyone who would like to continue with development is welcomed, but there is only czech documentation available.