The Xitnalta Content Management System (xcms) provides a virtual filesystem library to deal with content from different sources (a real filesystem, a database, etc.) and in different formats. Its goal is to provide yet another way to access and manage data both locally and over the Internet.
xlHtml converts an Excel spreadsheet file (.xls) into highly-optimized HTML. It includes scripts to allow it to be used as a Netscape or mutt plugin and as a xls handler for Apache. The program currently supports string, blank, boolean, error, integer, floating point, hyperlinks, and formula cells. It can also output in XML, tab delimited, or comma separated values (CSV).
xmlizer configurator/server is a client/server approach for custom database to XML mapping. The configurator is used to set up projects and the server delivers the processed requests on demand (like a Web server) according to the mapping rules made with the configurator, which includes a drag and drop GUI. One module is for dumping databases (or parts of it) in a fixed format and the other module can build XML instances satisfying a specified XML Schema (or DTD).
xmlrpc-c is a programming library for writing an XML-RPC server or client in C or C++. XML-RPC is a standard network protocol to allow a client program to make a simple remote procedure call (RPC) type request of a server. It's like SOAP or CORBA, but much simpler. This library speaks the same XML-RPC as similar libraries for lots of other programming languages, with most of the popular extensions. The client library uses either w3c libwww or Curl for HTTP. The server library contains a complete lightweight HTTP (Web) server and also facilities for running with CGI under any Web server.
xmlrpcserver is a simple to use but fairly complete XML-RPC server module for Python, implemented on top of the standard module xmlrpclib. This module may, for example, be used in CGIs, inside application servers or within an application, or even standalone as an HTTP server waiting for XML-RPC requests. xmlrpcserver is completely written in Python and has no dependencies other than standard modules.
xmltvdb creates a database from a set of xmltv listings and then provides a Web interface to view the TV listings in a grid format similar to many Web-based listings providers, but with user customization and no advertising. It supports explicit and bayesian classification of shows to highlight items you like and de-emphasize ones you don't.