Mono is a monophonic synth with real-time audio output and a GUI. It includes a square/sawtooth oscillator, a 4-pole (all-pole) low-pass filter, an ADR envelope generator, and a 16-step pattern sequencer. The GUI features controls modelled after a TB-303, including waveform select, oscillator tuning, filter cutoff frequency, filter resonance, envelope modulation amount, envelope decay time, and accent amount controls.
The Mithral Client Server Software Development Kit (part of the Cosm project) allows developers to quickly and easily write large scale client-server applications including "distributed computing" and peer-to-peer types. Examples of what this will allow you to build with this technology are distributed.net, SETI@Home, Napster, Gnutella, etc.
Mktclapp is a tool for combining C/C++ code with Tcl/Tk to build a standalone executable that will run on machines without Tcl/Tk installed. Developers can use C/C++ for speed-critical code and Tcl/Tk for the user interface. The resulting sources will compile without change on both Unix and Windows98/NT. Embedded Tcl/Tk scripts can be shrouded so that they are unreadable by end users.