CFL (Compressed File Library) is meant for the save-files used by games, and other sorts of data files. Its features include pluggable class factories, easy CFL file creation at runtime, and the ability to have multiple separate CFL objects in memory at the same time. The package also includes a CFL testing tool to make it easier to port the library and to create additional plug-in compressors, preprocessors, and ciphers. It also includes a makecfl utility, which makes it easy to create ini files.
Roap is a text file processor. It scans a text file, extracts regions that match specified patterns, and processes these regions sequentially using specifed executables. Each executable reads the region as stdin, and their combined stdouts are written as the stdout of Roap. Patterns and executables are specified using XML.
ocicpplib is a C++ library to communicate with Oracle RDBMS through OCI. It features a JDBC-like interface to Oracle. The goal of the OCI C++ Library is to provide a simple interface to Oracle. It features support for Oracle 8 and 8i, BLOB/CLOB support, ROWID, REFCursor's and Nested Tables.
mtail is a small tail workalike that performs output coloring using ANSI escape sequences (although the sequences are overridable, so you could cause it to output something else, e.g., HTML font tags). It is written in python, is fairly small, and should be relatively platform-independent.
0verkill is a client-server 2D deathmatch-like game in ASCII art. It supports free connecting/disconnecting during the game, and runs well on modem lines. Graphics are in 16-color ASCII art with elaborate hero animations. 0verkill features 4 different weapons, grenades, invisibility, and armor. The package also contains reaperbot clients, a simple graphics editor, and a level editor.
CDSA stands for Common Data Security Architecture. It provides a security framework that includes cryptographically signed modules to present an abstracted unified API to the application developer to perform cryptographic and security related operations. It also includes hardware support for cryptographic tokens and biometric devices, such as thumbprint scanners. Intel has implemented the CDSA 2 specification and released it as open source.