iterate simply takes a command line with an inserted dollar sign, $, and substitutes $ with entries from a list. Each such inserted command line is executed sequentially. The list can either be specified in the command line or in a file. iterate is particularly useful in sending commands to clusters of nodes. It was written with SSH/plink in mind.
itrans is a package for printing texts in Indian languages. It uses English-encoded text for input, and it supports Devanagari, Gujarati, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Tamil, Punjabi, and Romanized Sanskrit. Input files can be in TeX, LaTeX, HTML, or PostScript format, and Unicode output is supported.
ivata groupware is a groupware/intranet portal system based around J2EE standards. It provides an enterprise-ready solution. It is a great tool to enable teams to find contacts in team and private address books, to share documents, to post articles and notes, to comment on articles, to receive notifications via email, to plan meetings and other events in the calendar, and to access email via the Web.
ivata masks is a library of routines developed in Java/JSP/Struts that automatically create masks and lists based on Java reflection and settings specified in XML, which saves a huge amount of time. Rather than developing input screens and lists for each value object class, you need to define just two screens - one for lists, the other for input masks. An XML file defines which fields should be displayed or filtered out in each, and the library automatically interrogates the value object classes to discover which fields are available for display. Struts messages automate the field labels based on the field name as a key.
jAscom is a wrapper around the JACOB (JAva-COM Bridge) libraries for easy access to the ASCOM Platform 3.0 using Java. It provides all functionality (methods and properties) of the ASCOM Telescope API version 2. It also includes the Focuser and Dome API. This means easy and fast coding of Java applications for all sorts of telescope controlling problems, using a widely accepted standard.
The jBixbe debugger lets you debug Java applications on the conceptual level of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) at which they are designed and makes it possible to find not only simple bugs but also weaknesses and inefficiencies in application design. It shows the big picture of your application so you can recognize classes and objects, and their relationships and interaction. Different view levels support top-down debugging and simplify debugging of multi-threaded applications. Source code debugging has been fully integrated into the object-oriented visualization.
jBoom is a program for remote storage and management of browser bookmarks and mail addresses. It allows accessing a central set of bookmarks and addresse from any system connected to the Internet. It is browser, mailer, and system independent, not bound to a dedicated server, and doesn't require a special Web service. The bookmarks are kept in an XML file on the remote system. A local copy can be stored on the client. The program may be started from the client or over the Internet from an HTTP server. Entries can be activated from the main window or the system tray.