Spam Rule is a shell script that is designed to act as a filter for incoming mail on a qmail system. It runs between qmail-smtpd and qmail-queue, and can be used for any kind of filtering, although it was originally designed to block mail based on DNS blacklists (i.e. "RBLs"). Spam Rule is based upon the need to use different filtering rules based on who is receiving the message.
The aim of ADF MAGE-ML Tool is to provide a module for converting ADF files (a tab delimited file representing microarray design layout) into MAGE-ML format, and for generating an ADF from an array design described in MAGE-ML format. The module is build upon the ADF specifications and using MAGE-Stk APIs (Java). MIAME-compliance checking, a logging system, and integration of LifeScience Identifier (LSID) specifications are key components of the module. The module can be used via the command line or a graphical user interface.
Genrd is a bash shell script frontend to Robodoc and Robodoc-DB which greatly simplifies Robodoc's use with multiple files. Robodoc-DB (also included) is a version of Robodoc which has been modified to produce Docbook SGML. It generates source code documentation from almost any language (including PHP, C, HTML, and others), producing a variety of formats, including PDF, HTML, text, and RTF.
The print_filter package contains a simple print filter which handles several file formats. Print_filter is designed to be as simple as possible, allowing one to easily modify or expand the source code. print_filter was originally written out of frustration with Red Hat's print filter, which is difficult to modify without using its GUI tools. print_filter is easy to work with on a console system.
mkmed is a set of tools for maintaining software packages. The mkmed program automatically generates system- and configuration-independent intermediate files of a package, including build scripts. Unlike make, mkmed works bottom-up, so it can infer information you would otherwise have to express. mkmed-version creates a new distributable version of a package, and mkmed-tar creates a tarball of a distributable version.