Opdis is a wrapper for the libopcodes disassembler library distributed as part of GNU binutils. It extends the libopcodes library by offering linear and control-flow disassembly algorithms, instruction and operand objects that are suitable for analysis, and a command-line utility to perform disassembly on arbitrary locations in a file. The Opdis project consists of the libopdis library and the opdis command-line utility. There is a Ruby gem providing access to libopdis, and a supporting gem providing access to libbfd.
Tracks is a Web-based application that enables one to cleanly implement the "Getting Things Done" methodology for time and task management. It sports an elegant AJAX interface yielding the feel of a desktop application with the power of a Web app. It supports multiple users, a RESTful API, tagging, and many options for syndication of content. As a JumpBox, Tracks comes bundled with the application software, dependencies, and data in a single virtual application that deploys locally or hosted to major computing, virtualization, and cloud computing platforms. Swiftly deploy on Windows, Mac, and Linux systems to virtualization platforms like VMware, Xen, Parallels, Virtual Iron, Microsoft Virtualization, and Amazon EC2.