Config4*, pronounced "config for star", is a family of configuration-file parsers. It currently provides C++ and Java implementations. It offers an incredibly flexible and user-friendly syntax and an API with powerful features not available in other configuration technologies such as XML, JSON, Java properties, or the Windows Registry. The comprehensive and easy-to-read documentation includes a getting started guide, expert tips, API reference manuals, and a maintenance guide.
YAJOGLB (Yet Another Java OpenGL Binding) allows Java programmers to access their native OpenGL library. The library is implemented using Java's JAWT to access the native windowing system, along with JNI calls to OpenGL. Programs using the binding must use the shared library provided, since this is not a pure Java library.
XMail Queue Manager gives you control over an XMail Server's multi-level nested mail queue. You can use it to track messages in their different states (sending, resending, and frozen). Statistics tell you about the number of spooled messages. You can sort entries by any column header field, and can start and stop the server directly. The cross platform remote control feature allows you to manage queues on remote servers without a GUI.
A-OK! The Wings of Mercury is a realistic simulation of the Mercury spacecraft. It features 3D graphics, fully functional control panels, networked simulations, and a complete manual. It uses the actual checklists used by the astronauts. Orbital and Sub-Orbital missions can be simulated. Orbital missions and a Mission Control Center simulator are available to registered users.
XpoLog is a log management and analysis tool for optimizing application quality. It maps application problems in testing labs and production, enables quick navigation, and presents a summary of problems. It automates problem discovery, compares error maps between testing and production, helps to measure development progress, and generates production usage reports to increase testing focus. In addition, XpoLog is integrated with various testing tools and bug tracking systems.
Blyte is a program for writing movie screenplays. Compared to a normal word processor, it is easier, faster, and more efficient for writing scripts, since it knows how scripts are put together. It can thus predict what you want to do next, automatically find errors, format the script correctly, and much more.