The Simple Vector Library (SVL) provides vector and matrix classes, as well as a number of functions for performing vector arithmetic with them. Equation-like syntax is supported via class operators. Both generic (arbitrarily-sized), and fixed-size (2, 3, and 4 element) vectors and matrices are supported. The latter are provided for the efficient manipulation of vectors or points in 2D or 3D space, and make heavy use of inlining for frequently-used operations.
NetCharts Pro is the chart generation solution of choice for Java programmers. It can be used to chart-enable Java based web applications and stand-alone applications. It can create images of charts in Web formats such as PNG, JPG, and WBMP, making it ideally suited for server-side use in chart enabling servlets or JSP pages. NetCharts Pro applications can also be implemented as applets.
When you want to format multiple Java source in Eclipse, the only way is to open each and every file, right click in the editor window, select the "Format" option, and save the formatted file. This plugin allows you to select one or more packages in the Java Package Explorer and format all .java files in those packages. You can also choose to select just the specific Java source files you wish to format, or even the whole source directory.
diary2002 is an online journal or diary script. You may also call it a blogger or Weblog. You can write, read, search, and delete your own articles or stories from your browser. diary2002.cgi is designed for easy setup, use, and maintenance. Your articles will be stored in text file format, so no database is needed.
No-install Unix Tools for Windows is a collection of 18 of the most useful Cygwin tools packaged into a single 1.1MB (floppy sized) EXE file that runs without any installation process. Simply running the executable instantly creates a Unix environment for Windows, without making any persistent changes to the underlying system. It includes bash, less, gzip, grep, find, df, du, ls, cat, cp, mv, ps, rmdir, mkdir, rm, pwd, and tar.
reversible hexdump is a hexdump/hex2bin-toolkit that dumps to a special readable and reversible hexadecimal byte-dump, where you can not only change bytes, but also insert or delete bytes. It has a flush-switch, where it will output hexbytes for each single char it reads. This is especially useful (imho) for watching output from slow devices (e.g., serial devices like mice). The hex2bin-utility (the reverse-hexdump) not only accepts hexbytes for input, but also double-quoted strings with most of the escape-chars known from C and makes good attempts at undumping even hexdumps with repetition-lines (a "*" on its own line). It's written in ANSI C.