sr (search and replace) is a small and fast search and replace utility that can handle multiple files at once. It requires no knowledge of regular expressions and is much simpler to use than sed or awk for simple search and replace in a global or specific mode. It can contain embedded character codes in search or replace specifications, or entire sentences.
streamiumd aims to be a simple-to-use, yet feature-rich daemon that runs on a server containing MP3s and M3U (playlist) files. It requires very little to get it running (Perl and MP3::Info), runs fast even on old machines, and allows your MP3 collection to be browsed from your Philips Streamium (tm) MC-i250 or MC-i200. It can serve to multiple devices simultaneously, has its own built-in HTTP daemon, can read HTTP URLs for Internet radio from M3U files, and can run on whatever port you choose.
Structural get_opts is intended to be an easy-to-use yet reasonably extensible argument-parsing library. Arguments are initially defined, and may then be parsed into C structures for later use. A number of argument types are supported, including strings, integers, toggles, and lists.
SuperPodder is a lightweight podcast downloader. It features a text based history file that prevents duplicate downloads, a simple XML format for storing your feeds, a simple user interface that gives a detailed overview of download progress, and the ability to specify how many downloads you want from a particular feed. SuperPodder supports RSS feeds containing torrent files.
svg-math-graphics is a class that can render a math formula as a SVG vectorial chart. It takes a string with a math formula and creates a chart on which it draws a set of lines between consecutive points for the axes. The class returns the chart data in SVG format. The size of the chart and the size of the steps between each point in the chart are configurable parameters. You can draw functions in Cartesian or polar coordinates.
A simple and trivial to use utility for keeping various 3rd party application packages installed on multiple machines. It leaves flexibility for making packages local to a host or remotely served from a central server. It is not the same sort of tool as RPM; rather it serves a related but different purpose. In particular, unlike most package systems, it can run independently of your main system (RPM, pkgadd, etc) and lets you install multiple versions of an appplication at the same time.