shellforge enables you to write shellcode programs in C. It transforms C program code into shellcode that will run on a Linux/x86 system. It provides macros to substitute libc calls with direct system calls and a Python script to automate compilation, extraction, encoding, and tests.
The Interactive Television Publishing System (ITPS) offers a simple way to produce ATVEF-A compliant ETV features. At the heart of the system is a database that separates form (in this case, device-specific markup code) from content (text and images appropriate to show segments). Database content is published to HTML via Perl using device-specific modules. A handful of additional static HTML pages, such as the search form, make up the remainder of the code required to support a particular client device. Devices are routed to appropriate pages via a "sniffer" page, implemented using the XSSI syntax available in Apache 1.3 or higher.
Gconfigure allows for easier building of programs from sources, letting you merely right-click on a tarball and select "build". Dialogs allow you to set the necessary options, and the program will be installed for you. Gconfigure will also remember what options you entered the last time and reuse them when building the next program.
istrice allows a client to assign the compilation of a C/C++ source file to a remote server throughout the mediation of a Master Server. It is an implementation of a distribuited compilation environment under Unix systems. Using the ISTRICE environment you can distribuite the compilation across a set of 'friend' computer around the network, reducing the compilation time and system load of a slow or busy computer.