valiases mimics the sendmail behavior of evaluating aliases for mail sent to one or more virtual mail addresses. It checks whether any of the (visibly) addressed mail accounts of an email message matches one of the configured aliases, and resends mail to the alias replacement. If you don't have access to /etc/aliases but you need it, this program is for you.
oil2xsd is a collection of XSLT stylesheets converting an ontology written in OIL to an XML Schema. The input must be provided as an RDFS file extended by the Standard OIL tags. The stylesheets are applied to the input or the output of the previous transformation, respectively, and are accompanied by a small shell script which applies them one after another. While some stylesheets provide basic transformations that are always necessary, other stylesheets may be applied as wanted or may be replaced by customized versions to accomplish special tasks. The result is a XML Schema which may be used to define document structures. Not all features of OIL are transformed into the resulting XML Schema. However, an interesting subset is supported.
MakeModules (mamo) consists of a collection of Makefile snippets called modules. Each module defines features for a single or some related common tasks. For instance, the module "C" defines features for generating object files from C sources, the module "Pod" defines features to generate documentation from pod sources, and the module "Install" defines features for installing files in various ways locally or on a remote host. The important module "Subdirectory" defines recursive operation in a directory tree. In no way are tasks limited to programming. For instance, mamo can be used to maintain a Web site.
make3_80-sh is a compatibility layer for GNU make 3.80. Starting with 3.81, GNU make treats backslash newlines in commands in a POSIX-compatible way. This breaks older Makefiles. make3_80-sh is a compatibility layer to use old Makefiles with GNU make 3.81. It also aids migration of such Makefiles.