XScoop provides the ability to quickly determine which underlying X libraries were statically linked into an application, even when the source is not available. XScoop parses an executable, looking for matches on a subset of sample keywords that may identify the library being used. It does not produce absolute results, and instead supplies a report with key-hits which represent the likelihood that a particular library is present in the binary.
Xscorch is a clone of the classic DOS game "Scorched Earth". The basic goal is to annihilate enemy tanks using overpowered guns. Players can purchase weapons and accessories to defend their tank, and they can attack enemy tanks by adjusting the angle of the tank's turret and the firing power. Xscorch supports gameplay with humans and computer AIs, and network gameplay is in development.
Xsel is a quick hack to give access to the X selection from the command-line. You can then copy stuff between stdin/stdout and the X selection buffer. For example, 'echo puppa | xsel -c' makes "puppa" the current X selection. 'xsel -p | less' pastes the current X selection to less.
xstress is a small yet powerful tool to stress test SMTP mail servers. xstress creates multiple threads and sends mail messages with varying subjects, "to" addresses, and body texts. Mail attachments are supported. All the parameters are highly configurable. For example, you can configure the number of threads xstress creates, SMTP timeout, attachment files, "to" address, "from" address, etc.
xsysguard is a resource-friendly system monitor based on Imlib2. The main features include a powerful configuration file format, full alpha channel support, configurable widgets, and many data sources implemented as modules. For example, the daemon module allows you to monitor remote machines, and the file module can parse files with scanf or regular expressions.