The TianoCore EFI Toolkit is a set of tools that support rapid porting and development of EFI applications, and promote a uniform pre-boot environment on 32- and 64-bit based platforms. The components are released as reference source code. Some components are meant to be stand alone and run on UEFI/EFI compliant systems and some components will require running on the EFI shell.
Style is the ongoing C++ port of IBM's SWT for Java, itself deriving from IBM's VisualAge for SmallTalk, with two major twists. First, it is written in 100% ISO-C++ with no specific compiler dependencies, and second, it comes with a threading model design that guarantee that users won't be stuck with busy cursors forever. It currently targets OS X, Win32, and GTK.
The ZDT (Zhongwen Development Tool) is a program written to help users study Mandarin Chinese. Users can create their own word lists and quiz themselves using three different flashcard modes. There is also a dictionary that can be used to search through the built in CEDICT (and optional Adso) databases. Users can input Chinese characters and get the associated pinyin and English definitions through the Annotation function. This makes it convenient to read blocks of Chinese text. The program is built on top of the Eclipse RCP platform, which allows it to be extendable through its plugin architecture. It runs on Linux, OS X, and Windows platforms.
g-Eclipse is a framework that allows users and developers to access computing grids and cloud computing resources in a unified way. The framework itself is independent from any particular grid middleware or cloud computing provider. The g-Eclipse project maintains a set of connectors to grid middlewares, such as gLite and GRIA, and provides an adapter to Amazon's EC2 and S3 Web services.