Robin provides quick, automated bindings of C++ libraries for Python. This is achieved by creating a minimal amount of "Glue Code" above the existing routines, along with some metadata which, when combined with a thin runtime mechanism, exposes the C++ types as native types in the target language. Robin's main ideal is to make bindings as tight as possible, so that usability will resemble that which the user can produce in the original C++ code. Some examples of such "sharp edges" are: imitating C++-style implicit conversions, coupling STL primitives with the primitives of the target language, automatic template instantiation and exposure of template instances, and allowing user Python code to derive from a C++ interface class and implement virtual methods.
lando is a command execution system for UNIX. It allows you to run commands as a particular user from somewhere else on your network and see the output on your local machine. It supports authentication via standard /etc/passwd, shadow passwords or PAM. Access control is provided by TCP Wrappers. At present, the only client available is for Win32.
PyKCS11 is a PKCS#11 wrapper for Python. It lets you access almost all PKCS#11 functions and data types using any PKCS#11 library, such as the various modules supplied by smartcard vendors. It comes with two interfaces: a low level and very thin interface over the original PKCS#11 API, generated using the SWIG compiler (designed for library tests), and a high level interface that offers simpler access (with few limits) to the PKCS#11 APIs.
Thumbpad is a simple note taking program, which displays a very large keyboard that you can easily type on using only one finger. So, if you're holding your PDA with one hand, you can use your thumb. The default keyboard provides the 16 most commonly used keys (in English), and two other layouts provide the remaining letters, numbers, and some punctuation. Thumbpad is an FLTK application, originally intended for the Agenda VR3 PDA. It is based on utilware's "dotNote" for PalmOS.