liberror is a library for C and C++ that addresses the allegedly simply task of printing messages. It is essentially a feature-rich substitute for fprintf. Features include colours via ANSI mark-up, multiple error streams, report files, automatic error number assignment, filtering by number, subsystems, and groups, buffering with manual filtering and re-issuing, callbacks, error counters, time stamping, and message styles.
Clean Programming Language is a general purpose, state-of-the-art, pure and lazy functional programming language designed for making real-world applications. Its unique typing system makes it possible to incorporate destructive updates of arbitrary data structures (including arrays) in a pure functional language and to make direct interfaces to the outside imperative world.
ADM (Asterisk Desktop Manager) aims to integrate your desktop with the Asterisk PBX and hardware IP phone by providing some useful features such as automatic on-call volume reduction, one click dialing (from the clipboard), CRM integration via a browser popup, BlueTooth presence detection and automatic call redirection when you walk out of the office, and transfer of the current call from the desktop.
Panwa is a framework based on the Qt toolkit for writing platform independent applications with high quality graphical user interfaces. Panwa applications are meant as a complementary approach to Web applications, and the framework makes it possible to create applications that combine the flexibility of Web applications with the usability advantages of native applications. Therefore, you can see it as an implementation of a "rich thin client".
Urwid is a Python library for making text console applications. It has many features including fluid interface resizing, support for UTF-8 and CJK encodings, standard and custom text layout modes, simple markup for setting text attributes, and a powerful, dynamic list box that handles a mix of widget types. It is flexible, modular, and leaves the developer in control.
The Asbru Website Manager is a ready-to-use cross-browser/cross-platform tool that enables non-technical users to edit, add, and delete HTML pages, images, and other files on their Web server through a Web browser. Users can browse their way to the Web pages they want to change and edit directly in a WYSIWYG HTML editor with a familiar word processor like user interface.
The Lit Window Library is a C++ library which provides "reflections" (extended runtime type information), adds "rules" to the "methods, properties, events" GUI coding paradigm, and contains a collection of frequent UI patterns. The goal of this library is to speed up GUI coding by a factor of 10. It does so by greatly reducing the amount of source code necessary to implement common, day-to-day user interface requirements. This is not just another "better widgets" library. The library introduces two new, different concepts to UI coding: a data abstraction layer (reflections) and rule-based programming.
Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is a powerful, small, fast, efficient, framework of visual components that provides a rich set of customizable, flexible user interface components. There are versions for J2SE/J2ME Personal Profile, J2ME MIDP, .NET, and SWT. This provides a unified GUI framework for different platforms that provides the same API, the same concepts, and the same look and feel.