PHP 2D/3D Pie Chart and Graph is a PHP script that provides a very easy way to embed dynamically generated pie chart and graphs to PHP applications and HTML Web pages. The graphing software is very easy to use and it's perfectly possible to add professional quality real time graphing to Web pages and applications within minutes.
Autodl2 is a simple to manage and extensible file transfer system that can be configured simply using a configuration file. The system is designed to be lightweight and handle multiple file transfer protocols. Currently only SFTP is supported, though other systems can be added via a plugin system.
Standard GUI Framework for C is a framework for building GUI applications in ANSI/ISO standard C in a platform independent (i.e. portable) manner. The framework currently only targets X11, but there are plans to target both Microsoft Windows (Win32) and Apple Mac OS X (Carbon) after the initial release is done.
Originating from GDB/Armulator, the SkyEye project aims to provide an integrated simulation environment in Linux and Windows. It can currently simulate several popular embedded systems such as Atmel AT91 boards (from ARM7TDMI to ARM920T processors), ARM720T boards, StrongARM (SA1100/SA1110), and Xscale boards. It can run several operating systems such as ARM Linux, uClinux, and uc/OS-II (ucos-ii), and analyse or debug them at source level.
wxOptParse is a Python program that brings up a graphical representation of the command line options of a Python program, if it happens to use the standard optparse module. What this means is that if if you have a program that uses optparse you can optionally click on checkboxes, edit boxes, combo boxes, etc. instead of using the command line.
GIPSpin is a graphical interface programming system which allows code to be visualized and which can generate threaded code. The user constructs code segments using visual boxes. The program flow is represented as links between the boxes. Complex elements such as threader boxes are available to implement threading. Currently, simple C code can be automatically parsed and visualized. The user can also start with the GUI to construct code segments which are turned into C++ code.
DUMA (Detect Unintended Memory Access) stops your program on the exact instruction that overruns (or underruns) a malloc() memory buffer. GDB will then display the source-code line that causes the bug. It works by using the virtual-memory hardware to create a red-zone at the border of each buffer: touch that, and your program stops. It can catch formerly impossible-to-catch overrun bugs. DUMA is a fork of Bruce Perens' Electric Fence library.