MapIt! is a simple Web-mapping application implemented in Python that lets you navigate raster maps through your Web browser. It lets you zoom in and out, and select objects and object classes that are highlighted on the map. MapIt! can be integrated with an existing Web server in several ways: as a CGI script, Fast-CGI, or in Apache with mod_python. It can also serve GIS results over the Web.
Initinf processes the .inf modem driver files that most modem manufacturers ship for Microsoft operating systems. It outputs the AT initialization strings for each modem from each manufacturer listed in the file. This allows users of non-MS operating systems to find the init string for their modem or external ISDN TA.
Using nothing more than a web browser, developers can implement dynamic data-driven storefronts with an integrated shopping basket, catalog, hierarchical categories, boolean product search, and order processing. Your eShop's architecture lets developers prepare and market specialized look and feel, payment processing, and shipping modules.
Berkeley DB is a programmatic toolkit that provides high-performance built-in database support for desktop and server applications. The Berkeley DB access methods include B+tree, Extended Linear Hashing, Fixed and Variable-length records, and Queues. Berkeley DB provides full transactional support, database recovery, online backups, multi- threaded and multi-process access, etc. The Python wrappers allow you to store Python string objects of any length, keyed either by strings or integers depending on the database access method. With the use of another module in the package standard shelve-like functionality is provided allowing you to store any picklable Python object!
Jsh is a Java shell or a Java launcher, a program with a prompt that allows you to type a sequence of commands. For example, you can use it to start a Java program simply by typing its main class. All applications you run in jsh are managed by the same JVM. Jsh also supports Java webstart (jnlp) applications.
tcpxd is a TCP/IP relay or proxy, allowing a connection to a port on a system to be forwarded to another port on any other system. It is useful for firewalls and service relocations, and is small, simple, and fast. It's also easier to learn than netcat and supports TCP_NODELAY, alternate local ports, partial connection closures, and non-blocking connects.