The Ex-Crawler Project is divided into three subprojects. The main part is the Ex-Crawler daemon server, a highly configurable and flexible Web crawler written in Java. It comes with its own socket server, with which you can manage the server, users, distributed grid/volunteer computing, and much more. Crawled information is stored in a database (Currently MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MSSQL are supported). The second part is a graphical (Java Swing) distributed grid/volunteer computing client, including user computer state detection, based on JADIF Project. The Web search engine is written in PHP. It comes with a Content Management System, user language detection and multi-language support, and templates using Smarty, including an application framework that is partly forked from Joomla 1.5, so that Joomla components can be adapted quickly.
Flaka is an extension for Ant that runs with Ant versions 1.7.x and 1.8.x. A main project goal of Flaka is the simplification of writing a build script. It requires Ant >= 1.7.x and Java >= 1.5. It provides an expression language (Java Unified Expression Language) allowing access to data objects that makes many scripting parts in Ant scripts unnecessary. It provides conditional and repetitive control structures like when, unless, while, for, choose, switch, etc. It provides exception handling. It provides additional types, tasks, and macros. It provides comprehensive documentation.
The Building Information Model server (BIMserver) software enables you to host your own BIMserver to centralize the information of any construction (or other building related) project. The core is based on the open standard IFC and therefore knows how to handle IFC data. The BIMserver is nót a fileserver; IFC data are interpreted by a smart EMF e-core and stored in an underlying key-valuestore database (Berkeley). It’s ideal to support your dynamic collaboration process in the AEC sector.
kongcurrent provides an easy-to use helper to assist debugging issues which cause exceptions under concurrent access. It was inspired by a problem in which a non-thread-safe Map object held by a third party framework was accidentally shared between threads, causing a ConcurrentModificationException. The helper (a "monitor") creates a proxied version of an object implementing some interface. The proxy can track invocations of the objects' methods and can report on potential concurrent access on the object. This can be used to help find code paths which concurrently access the object through its interface methods. By design, the helper is extensible, and can be adapted to more specific needs.
eBook parser library is a Java library designed to handle the epub and fb2 e-book file formats. It retrieves information such as title, author, genre, series title, etc, and can be used to process or organize databases of large numbers of e-books, where speed is essential. To maintain speed, it does not extract all content from the e-book or check the structure for errors.
License4J is a total solution for software product licensing. It provides Java libraries and GUI tools for generating and validating license keys, license text, and floating license files. It is designed to be easy to use and integrate in your application. A License Manager GUI is provided for generating and storing licenses, and a Floating License Server can host and serve created floating licenses. An Online.License4J System allows single or multiple license activations to be defined. It also supports license generation through HTTP post either from a payment processor or a custom script.
Visualization of Protein Ligand Graphs (VPLG) uses a graph-based model to describe the structure of proteins on the super-secondary structure level. A protein-ligand graph is computed from the atomic coordinates in a PDB file and the secondary structure assignments of the DSSP algorithm. In this graph, vertices represent secondary structure elements (SSEs, usually alpha helices and beta strands) or ligand molecules, while the edges model contacts and relative orientations between them. The graphs can be visualized, written to a database, and saved in a text-based file format.