Morpheus is a Perl module that implements a configuration engine that completely separates config consumers from config providers. Consumers can obtain configuration values by using this module or the morph script. Configuration values are bound to various nodes in the global configuration tree, similar to a virtual file system. Consumers can ask for any node or for any subtree. Providers are plugins which can populate the configuration tree from any sources, such as local configuration files, configuration database, and the environment. The overall program configuration is merged together from all data provided by plugins.
Mr.Java is a Java IDE that is one step above a command line interface, but not quite as confusing as an IDE. It will compile for you, add libraries to your class path, and run the whole thing, with three simple buttons. Drag a library or Java source file over the window, and it will be put in the right folder. When running programs, the stout is written to a file cleverly named “stdout”, and the std err is cleverly written to file named - you guessed - stderr.
Onzen is a graphical front end for the CVS, SVN, HG and Git revision control systems. It represents the files managed by the RCS in a tree view with detailed information and offers functions to update, commit, add, remove, rename, revert, diff, view files, and many more functions.
PD4ML is a powerful PDF generating library that uses HTML and CSS for page layout and content definition. It allows developers to easily add PDF generation functionality to software written for the Java and .NET platforms. PD4ML is easy to deploy and does not rely on any native components. It is based on a proprietary HTML rendering engine, optimized for PDF layout generation. The rendering engine implements most standard features of HTML4/CSS2 and a number of custom PDF-generation-specific functions for pagination control, header/footer generation, watermarking, TOC generation, margin control, etc. PD4ML allows you to easily embed word processor documents, spreadsheets, and rich media content as attachments to the resulting PDF documents.
Project Essentionals contains functions required to start working on a project immediately. Working example code is included, with proper comments for each function. It can currently: select a record from database and output it as an array; insert a record into a database and return a new row id; update a record in a database and return a response code; delete a record from a database and return a response code; get language-related settings from a project language folder (SQL for this table is included), and do the same for importing application-related settings; generate CAPTCHA on the fly; send email; generate an ExtJS Grid; export any URL to a PDF file; maintain history for all records inserted and updated in a database; set/get sessions messages; and maintain buffers. It also supports mini session management, and error reporting. Other utility functions include replaceaccents, cleanforurl, vrxmlencode, xmlencodecharref, parsedate, unstripslashes writehiddenvar, writehiddenidvar, includejs, includecss, simpleredirect, html2specials, specials2html, getipaddress, and escape_string.
PyEmbedC enables you to embed C/C++ code within your Python source code. Your inline C code can access and modify Python variables and lists using basic C constructs (so a Python string becomes a C "char *", and a list becomes an array). In addition, you can call Python functions from within your C code.
Quasi extracts code fragments from text documentation and appends them to new source code files. Unlike other literate programming tools, it does not perform any sort of macro expansion. The strength of Quasi is its simplicity - it forces the programmer to think in turns of properly designed methods.