GIPSpin is a graphical interface programming system which allows code to be visualized and which can generate threaded code. The user constructs code segments using visual boxes. The program flow is represented as links between the boxes. Complex elements such as threader boxes are available to implement threading. Currently, simple C code can be automatically parsed and visualized. The user can also start with the GUI to construct code segments which are turned into C++ code.
PhpCodeBuster is a PHP class to obfuscate your PHP code. This means that the code is changed in such a way that it is very hard te reverse engineer it into an understandable format. It produces PHP code with normal syntax that is unreadable to the (normal) human eye but will function correctly on any normal Web server. A nice feature of PhpCodeBuster is the availability of debug settings. By using the debug settings, you can check the obfuscated results while they are still readable and make necessary changes to the original code.
"jscpp" is an ANSI C preprocessor and language parser that can analyze and instrument C code. Currently, its most prominent application is to add tracing to existing C programs simply by recompiling and linking it with the "jscc" compiler frontend. The standard tracing shows when a function is entered or left along with the parameters passed or return values. It is also possible to trace each source line and watch read/write access to simple variables. Tracing is achieved by instrumenting the source code before calling the system compiler. The program is modular and can be easily extended to other kinds of source code modifications.
Stratego/XT is a development environment for creating stand-alone transformation systems. It combines Stratego, a language for implementing transformations based on the paradigm of programmable rewriting strategies, with XT, a collection of reusable components and tools for the development of transformation systems. In general, Stratego/XT is intended for the analysis, manipulation, and generation of programs, though its features make it useful for transforming any structured documents. In practice, it has been used to build many types of transformation systems including compilers, interpreters, static analyzers, domain-specific optimizers, code generators, source code refactorers, documentation generators, and document transformers.
CSS Briefcase is a little program that helps you organize your CSS styles and store them for use in future projects. Just add CSS style code you tend to use in several projects, and from then on, adding the code into new projects is as easy as selecting the styles you want and clicking a button.
jguigen (Java GUI Generator) generates screens to do CRUD (create, review, update, delete) from tables in a database. It supports any major database using JDBC. It generates fully internationalized and accessible screens that allow users to search tables, run reports, and calculate summary stats. It generates multi-user safe screens with help buttons that work, generates test cases to test the generated GUIs, and generates HTML documentation about the GUIs generated.
XCOM is a system designed to support component based programming in Linux. It features a specialized IDL compiler that generates C++ code, in-process components, embedded metadata, most of the common numeric data types, narrow and wide string types, array, sequence, and struct types, and error reporting via exceptions.