Pride combines bash scripts, zenity, ant, ImageMagick, and the Android tools to create a fast and simple POSIX alternative for Android development. It provides all the basic commands (clean, build, release, etc.) of other Android IDEs. But it is primarily a robust and simple injection framework. Injections from methods to clusters of activities are easily created from existing code and can then be injected into any project. Pride can also be used to batch build, load, or release multiple projects and can update class and resource files among projects that use the same objects or resources.
AntTask-GenerateXML is an Ant task that uses XMLBeans to create example XML instances from a W3C schema. It is especially useful for looking at pieces of schema, as you can set the element you wish to use as the root one. It will use the values from enumerations as the fixed/default values for attributes and elements if they are set. It obeys the XML type system with the exception of regex/patterns.
PanBI is a collection of analytics modules for existing information systems. For each information system, it provides data extraction, transformation, and loading logic coupled with an OLAP schema, delivering OLAP functionality to an unprecedented user base. It extracts data from the source database, sets up a warehouse schema, loads the data into the warehouse, and has defined OLAP cubes. It does all this automatically for a one-click-run experience. Supported systems: dotProject, NesterSoft WorkTime, Subversion, and MantisBT (under development).
JCrocus is a GUI that allows representing the network topology definition of microwave cavity filters based on the coupling matrix approach as well as simulating and plotting its frequency response. It is a software tool for electromagnetic engineers; it is also a pedagogic instrument for professors and students in electromagnetic engineering to teach and learn the theory behind the microwave cavity filters.
Lattice is a Java build system with strong multi-module support. Build files are written not in XML, but in the Python language. The benefits are much better readability and powerful imperative build scripting. For multi-module projects, Lattice uses topological sorting to decide the correct order to build each module. Because a custom task is just a regular Python function, they can perform any type of work, including invoking other Java build systems such as Ant, Maven, or Ivy.
OpenLaszlo Schema Generator provides methods to enhance LZX-Markup from the OpenLaszlo RIA with full schema/namespace support and validation. You can run it from the command line or from inside your project using ANT. The JAR contains tasks to generate an XSD from your project LZX files; by doing that, you have full Schema Validation in Eclipse, and it will show you all your XML schema errors. The validation is aware of ALL tags and attributes: the LZX base components (+incubator) and your project specific code. Further, you get content-sensitive drop down menus for Tags and Attributes.