Genscreen generates C or C++ code using ncurses library functions for building I/O screens. Screen layouts are designed using any text editor (vi, emacs, etc.), then the layout file is run through Genscreen and automatically converted to compilable C/C++ code. Once the basic screen code is generated it can be edited, have additional features added, or be merged with other code. Genscreen also includes automatic date field generation for both US and European date formats, and support for generating money fields.
Python to C Module Generator was designed to aid in the conversion of Python modules to C extension modules while keeping the same interface into the module. This makes it easier to convert existing Python code into C code, giving it a speed boost without changing to existing code.
GNU/Liberty Basic Compiler Collection (GLBCC) is a suite of tools that allow Liberty Basic source code to be compiled directly to executable programs. It leverages greatly off of the GNU Compiler Collection, which allows it to run both on Windows and Linux, while also having the ability to generate both Linux and Windows executables on Linux via the Mingw cross compiler. The suite also includes a frontend program that has both a GUI and CLI to provide a simple environment to compile Liberty Basic code.
JaxMe is a Java/XML binding framework based on SAX2. It consists of a set of code generators that read an XML schema and generate code for parsing conformant XML documents into corresponding Java objects, saving those objects into a database or, vice versa, reading such Java objects from a database and converting them into XML. JaxMe supports namespaces, relational databases, and Tamino. JaxMe comes with an integrated application framework and a generator for EJB entity beans with BMP (bean managed persistence).
Ragel compiles finite state machines from regular languages into C, C++, Objective-C, D, Java, or Ruby code. It allows the programmer to embed actions at any point in a regular language, and to control non-determinism in the resulting machines. It understands concatenation, union, kleene star, subtraction, intersection, epsilon transitions, and various other common operators. It also supports the construction of scanners and the building of state machines using state charts. It can be used to create very fast recognizers and parsers that are also robust.