Latte, the Language for Transforming Text, is a simple and powerful text markup language. It has all the same markup tags as HTML but is much clearer. Latte is also a fully general programming language that lets you place oft-used constructs into user-defined functions and give them descriptive names. Functions also serve to separate content from layout. Latte documents are translated into high-quality HTML by the Latte interpreter, making it a better language for writing World Wide Web documents.
Kmy-regex is an regular expression library for Java. It can compile a regular expression into bytecode and then load it into JVM on the fly. In the environments where class loading is not an option (such as applets) it can produce an interpreted (but slower) form of the regular expression.
Java HTML generator is a very simple, yet incredibly versatile HTML generator package for Java. It allows you to easily manipulate complex, nested HTML tags. This package is intended to be used with Java Servlets in conjunction with complex dynamic pages (such as large tables). It is based on the new Java 2 container classes.
incant is a dict(ionary) service client with both command line and GUI versions. incant features multiple-word string searches and attempts to pattern match when a search fails. The GUI version supports browsing, dictionary selection, and intuitive keybindings. incant should work with most versions of tcl/tk, however it has only been tested with TCL/TK 8.0. incant is platform independant (within reason, clearly incant for cmdline doesn't work on MacOS).
Hodie prints the current date and time to stdout in Roman numerals, with grammatically correct Latin. Complete with Id., Kal., Non., pridie, postridie, bis, and all the other nice annoyances. As an option, it even provides you with current date according to Roman calendar -- that is 'ab urbe condita'; after Rome was built.