Kochizz is a graphical tool for facilitating the configuration of the Apache Web server. Rather than to adopt an approach where the assistants completely mask the real structure of the configuration files, Kochizz constantly authorizes the manual control of the directives it handles. It features contextual assistance based on the Apache-Documentation project, syntax highlighting, a hierarchical view of the tree structure of the directives and the files included, local server management, and more.
Proxy filesystem for FUSE is an implmentation of a filesystem that resolves symlinks and displays them as real folders as well as doing a few more things. For example, it is possible to point a folder or a single file at a file in the user's home directory. Also, it is possible to hide files and directories from the folder listing.
Secure Malloc is a C library for secure memory allocations. When dealing with cryptography, it is important to be able to store keys in secure memory. This library provides functions that can be used in place of the traditional malloc(), realloc(), and free(), but locks the memory into RAM so it cannot be swapped out to disk.
The LittleTux Networked Audio Player is a fast and easy-to-use MP3 and FLAC player. It's designed to let the user play gigabytess worth of music files easily with instant response times. The Web brower on a Pocket PC (PPC), PDA, iPhone, or BlackBerry can be used as a 2-way bidirectional remote control.
The Parsnip library allows you to build complex parsers from a rich set of parser primitives. This allows developers to easily and succinctly express grammars in C++. Parsnip's default parser strategy is form of packrat parsing, augmented to allow for left-recursion within a parser. Since left recursion is allowed, the set of languages Parsnip can recognize may be (and probably is) a superset of those recognized by Parser Expression Grammars. Vanilla packrat parsing is available as a configuration option.