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Download Website Updated 29 Sep 2001 NanoXML

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NanoXML is a very small XML parser for Java. It is non-validating (the DTD is ignored in version 1.6) and the interface is optimized to easily pull data from and write back to XML data. There is also a SAX1-compliant adapter for release 1.6.

Download Website Updated 08 Mar 2001 MiniMTA

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MiniMTA is a simple class that acts as a tiny MTA to relay messages via SMTP. The message is taken from standard input, and transmitted to the server given on the command line. It is based loosely on nbsmtp.

Download Website Updated 13 Aug 2002 stdnet2

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stdnet2 aims to simplify networking and multithreaded application development in C++. It has a Java-like class hierarchy supporting single inheritance from an Object, abstract classes, reference counting with automatically destroyed objects.

No download No website Updated 23 Jan 2014 OGDL

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OGDL (Ordered Graph Data Language) is a structured textual format for representing graphs of information. Its grammar is very simple, allowing for very compact parsers. It is a readable substitute for XML in data applications (such as configuration files).

Download Website Updated 09 Jan 2005 dydoc

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dydoc is a toolkit for generating API documentation from compiled Java classes.

Download Website Updated 04 Feb 2009 XSLT syntax highlighting

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XSLT syntax highlighting is an implementation of syntax highlighting as an extension module for Java based XSLT processors (such as Xalan or Saxon). For example, if you have an article about programming written in DocBook, code examples can be automatically syntax highlighted during the XSLT processing phase.

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Lynis

A security audit and hardening tool.

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Barcode Writer in Pure Postscript

A generator of all major barcode formats entirely within Postscript.