ComicMaster is a CBR/CBZ reader for comic archives. It is able to open CBR and CBZ archives and display image contents. It allows you to add and remove single images, reorder images, and rename images in archives. It has some functionality to verify archives, and provides means to conveniently sort archives in a different folder. Those features are fairly well tested. It allows you to load a database plugin to manage comics in a PostgreSQL database, and it allows you to add meta-information in XML format to archives. The implementation of these features is currently sketchy at best.
Common Lisp Hypertext Preprocessor combines the ease of PHP with the joys of Common Lisp. It allows Common Lisp code to be embedded in HTML or XML using XML processing instructions. It consists of two packages, CL- CGI, which provides a small package to aid in writing CGI programs in Lisp, and CLHP, the full package, which depends on CL-CGI.
Coq au Vin is a blogging engine written in Chicken Scheme. It is designed to appeal to users who have basic Web development skills (i.e., who know HTML and CSS), are able to install their own server-side software, and would rather edit a template than press 105 buttons to customize their sites.
Crossfire is a Firefly Media Server client written for the Apple iPhone and the iPod touch. It has support for streaming, browsing, and searching music content. It supports both Mobile Safari and FireFox, but can be configured for various other devices such as Windows Mobile, Symbian, etc.
Cura is a mobile phone application bundle of remote server administration tools. It provides a personalized terminal emulator, a syslog module that allows for reading logs directly from a server, a SysMonitor module that visually graphs CPU and RAM usage percentages, access to Nmap, and Server Stats will offer general server information like its Vitals, Hardware information, Memory information, processes, and so on. A security feature allows you to have Cura's database wiped when you send the compromised phone a secret pattern of your choosing. (e.g. send an SMS message containing "phone has been stolen!" to your Android phone to wipe Cura's database and receive the location of the compromised phone as an SMS to your emergency phone number or as an e-mail to your emergency email address).
NekoDTD is a configuration that parses Document Type Definition (DTD) files and converts the information into an XML document. This representation can then be processed using standard XML processors and applications to perform grammar analysis, convert the DTD into other grammar formats, etc. The current version of NekoDTD can expose DTD information using DOM or SAX, has the ability to "flatten" DTD files, and can convert existing DTD grammars to XML Schema and Relax NG.
NekoHTML is a simple HTML scanner and tag balancer that enables Java application programmers to parse HTML documents and access the information using standard XML interfaces. The parser can scan HTML files and "fix up" many common mistakes that human (and computer) authors make in writing HTML documents. NekoHTML is written using the Xerces Native Interface (XNI) that is the foundation of the Xerces2 implementation. This enables application programmers to use the NekoHTML parser with existing XNI tools without modification or rewriting code.
NekoPull is an XML document parsing API that extends the Xerces Native Interface (XNI) to provide pull parsing functionality. The pull parsing paradigm is different from tree-based APIs like the Document Object Model (DOM) and event stream APIs like the Simple API for XML (SAX) in that the application controls the parsing of documents. NekoPull is similar to lex in that the application requests, or pulls, the document information one piece at a time instead of having document information pushed to the application.