nessus-xmlrpc is a Ruby library for the Nessus XML-RPC interface. You can use it to start, stop, pause, and resume scans. It lets you watch progress and status of scans, download reports, etc. It comes with an example command line program that shows how easy it is to interact with the Nessus scanner.
XMLPublication is a set of tools to generate Web pages from (possibly large) desktop documents or other structured documents, such as books with paragraphs, or tabular data. It cuts documents into Web pages, and creates customizable multi-indices. All this is done through a repeatable process in which data is separated from presentation and user settings. It uses XML techniques, particularly XSLT and Ant.
IDX-DocBook2LaTeX is a stylesheet which translates DocBook documents into LaTeX. It is written in Perl, using the XML::XPathScript package from AxKit. It features the ability to handle tables, indices, figures, footnotes, and more. The XSLT-like templating philosophy built into XPathScript makes it easy to extend.
Floreant POS is a point of sales application that can benefit restaurant businesses by simplifying order management, automation of the kitchen, and keeping control of cash. It features touch screen order managment, table allocation, and carry out support. Manager facilities include drawer pull, drawer bleed, tip payment by credit card, and POS printer reports. Kitchen receipts can be printed for faster processing of orders. It can run either on a single PC system or in a client-server mode.
JaxMeXS is a parser for XML Schema, written in Java. Unlike Xerces or similar parsers, this one isn't written for validation of conforming instances, but for schema authors who like to use the schema information or extend the XML Schema language with private data. An excellent example is JAXB, the Java/XML binding specification.
This C code module gives the Apache 1.3.x HTTP server the ability to correctly negotiate content types for XHTML documents. Currently these are sent as text/HTML for most Web sites. This gives maximum compatibility among older Web clients, but is not recommended practice according to the W3C.