lmadl automates the downloading of shows and the subsequent processing of the audio files from the live music archive at www.archive.org/audio. lmadl takes as its argument the URL of the Live Music Archive index page for a show, finds the available files, and asks the user which format to download or to quit. When lossless formats (shn or FLAC) are downloaded, it will run shn2make on the resulting files to facilitate creation of audio CDs, archive CDRs, or encoding to lossy formats. It supports interruption and restarting of downloads.
loadcsv is a small utility to load data from CSV files into a database. It gets the names of the columns from the first row of the CSV file. It supports MySQL, PostgresSQL, and sqlite, but can be used with other SQL databases by using the utility to generate SQL statements and sending them to the database.
Log4php is a PHP port of Log4j, the most popular Java logging framework. It supports configuration through XML and properties files (with the same structure as log4j) and custom Configurators. File, RollingFile, DailyFile, Echo, Console, Mail, PEAR::Db, PHP error, Syslog or NT events, and socket appenders are supported. Simple, TTCC, Pattern, Html, and Xml Layouts are supported. It also supports Filters, custom Levels, and Loggers. Internal debugging can be switched on and off. Log4php can be used inside a class or inside a main/sub function.
Login controller is a PHP class that can be used to manage registration and authentication of site users. It requires PHP 5 and MySQL. It can redirect the users to pages that present forms to let the users register and log into a site. It can also process the the forms and execute several types of actions that manage user records stored in a MySQL database. For instance, it can create new user records, validate user registration and login forms, reset user passwords, and change the user password.
logmine.pl parses a Common Log Format (CLF) log file from a Web server and generates a report of the relationships between the countries, IP addresses, and URLs that were visited. Specific URLs and patterns may be specially excluded from the report. It also supports listing only hits from certain geographical locations.