csv2png and csv2jpeg use the GD library to plot time series data from a CSV file to either a PNG or a JPEG graphic. The program is deliberately simple, and is targeted at CGI applications. Originally written for RISC OS as csv2gif (see Acorn User, issue 215) the latest distribution builds on Linux as well.
ctDSM is the distributed shared memory related modules of the Coral Tree Library Set. This includes: DSS (Distributed Shared memory System), A library-based distributed shared memory system implemented using TCP as the underlying transport. KM (KeyMaster), A shared resource management system obsolesced by NRM except for the fact that DSS is dependent on KM. NCS (Network Chunk Sysytem), A library-based distributed shared memory system implemented using reliable IP Multicast as the underlying transport. NRM (Network Resource Manager), A network shared resource manager.
ctGUI is the window system abstraction and associated widget sets in the Coral Tree Library Set. The window system abstraction currently supports X/OpenGL, X/Xlib, Win32/OpenGL, and Win32/GDI (window & event system/drawing mechanism). ctGUI (aka LEWDS and EW/WDS/IWS) provides yet another approach in addition to the approaches taken by Qt, gtk, MFC, etc.
ctk-nettools provides functions to deal with templates in Perl. It also provides other functions to do log, to get value from db-file (Btree or Hash), and to get the date. The principle of the templates handling is to use an HTTP server to serve the templates. There's also a cache handling to speed up templates loading and to have a copy in case of a crash of the templates server.