The Systems Management Framework for Distributed Environments is a multi-platform custom-coded Java framework that provides a single point for executing system management tasks in a distributed WebSphere environment. It uses XML files as the basic customizable configuration objects. and is easy to extend by providing a new XML file and writing a single Java injector class.
tmk is a tool that combines the functionality of GNU make with the power of the Tcl scripting language. It also provides higher levels of abstractions than make does by supporting more platform-independent commands and modules, as well as allowing users to set up system-wide tmk settings.
The WBI Developer Kit provides a convenient and flexible API for programming intermediaries on the web. In simple terms, an intermediary is a programmable proxy. More precisely, intermediaries are computational entities that lie along the HTTP stream and are programmed to tailor, customize, personalize, or otherwise enhance data as they flow along the stream. A caching web proxy is a simple example of an HTTP intermediary. Intermediary-based programming is particularly useful if you want to add functionality to a system but cannot modify the data producer (e.g., server or database) or the data consumer (e.g., browser). WBI is a way to quickly and easily build intermediary applications.
The phptags utility makes a tags file from the specified PHP sources. A tags file gives the locations of specified objects in a group of files. Each line of the tags file contains the object name, the file in which it is defined, and a search pattern for the object definition, separated by whitespace. Using the tags file, many editors (ex(1), vim(1), emacs(1), etc.) can quickly locate these object definitions.