Just4Log is a library to dynamically enhance the performance of various Java logging systems inside a Java application. The source code in Java is not modified, but the optimization occurs on the compiled bytecode files. It optimizes bytecode from Log4j, Apache Commons, and JDK 1.4 java.util.logging. It can also automatically add "enter" and "exit" logs at every exit and entry point of methods. An Ant task offers integration in Ant scripts.
NekoPull is an XML document parsing API that extends the Xerces Native Interface (XNI) to provide pull parsing functionality. The pull parsing paradigm is different from tree-based APIs like the Document Object Model (DOM) and event stream APIs like the Simple API for XML (SAX) in that the application controls the parsing of documents. NekoPull is similar to lex in that the application requests, or pulls, the document information one piece at a time instead of having document information pushed to the application.
State is a suite of tools for monitoring a network of machines. You tell State how your network looks and should behave, and State warns you when things start to deviate from that rhythm. Many different aspects of a network can be monitored, from disk space and load average to machine connectivity and service availability.
mod_sphinx is an Apache module which intercepts output bound for the client, whether it be from files served by the same Web server, files sent via reverse proxying, or files delivered by transparent forward proxying (outbound proxying, as in your browser's proxy setting). It opens the text and replaces a word with another word or phrase. When in regular proxy mode, it cannot modify SSL content since Apache cannot decrypt that (it would be a protocol violation).
Jestr is an extensible framework for converting arbitrary Java objects into strings for display and logging. The style of string conversion is defined in a properties file, and can be adjusted at runtime either application-wide or just for specific classes, class hierarchies, and package hierarchies.