Money Manager Ex is a cross-platform, easy-to-use personal finance program. It primarily helps organize one's finances and keeps track of where, when, and how the money goes. It is also a great tool to get a bird's eye view of your financial worth. It includes all the basic features that 90% of users would want to see in a personal finance application. The design goals are to concentrate on simplicity and user-friendliness; something one can use everyday. It is a complete rewrite of the original Money Manager .NET. It runs on Windows and Linux, and an experimental build is available for Mac OS X.
The AbsTemplate is an extremely simple and lightweight template engine for PHP. It consists only of one file: the base class. You can set your own custom delimiters for variables to use inside template files, use any type of templates you want (that is, the template files can have any extension you want (be it .php, .inc, .tpl, etc...)), display multiple templates per page, cache templates, and choose to assign the content of a template to a variable and, when appropriate, just display its content.
CCTree is a Vim 7 plugin that displays hierarchical call-trees for functions or files using a cscope database. The functionality is similar to that offered by other IDEs and source-analysis applications, like Kscope, Source Navigator, and Eclipse. CCTree features a symbol dependency tree analyzer for C using a cscope database. It has basic support for functions and macros, and extended support for global variables, macros, enums, and typedefs.
plumb is a shell with focus on pipes: instead of pipelines, it can build large graphs of processes (nodes) and pipes (edges). Pipes are simple unidirectional streams without side effects. Traffic can be controlled by virtual processes (which are nodes just like real processes, but are implemented in plumb for minimal overhead). Virtual processes can split, merge, regex filter/alter, and shape the streams. Timers and starting/stopping processes or even rewiring the script on the fly are also supported. It is portable (using libporty) and behaves exactly the same way on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, many BSD variants, and older UNIX systems.
UniRed is a unicode plain text editor. It supports many charsets (16-bit Unicode, UTF-8, Windows/DOS system charsets, Latin-1, Latin-2, Latin-3, etc., Cyrillic charsets, etc.). It allows you to use HTML-style presentation of Unicode symbols, features syntax highlighting that can emphasize syntax elements by colors and/or text styles, and much more.