prbeditor is an editor for Java property resource bundle files. The application's intent is to help in the localization (l10n) of those programs that have been internationalized with Java's standard i18n mechanism. In contrast to other similar tools, it shows the keys and values of several languages at the same time in a spreadsheet, giving a global view of the resource files. The tool relies on the application of regular expresions to organize the keys and filter the visibility of the files. It includes a spell checker for several languages, based on word lists which may be downloaded separately.
prc-eclipse is an Eclipse plugin that provides support for the GNU-based PalmOS development tools, prc-tools. It provides two useful features: The first is to allow the use of the Eclipse graphical debugger interface instead of the textual gdb interface. The second is (searchable) access to PalmSource's extensive online help through Eclipse's built-in help system. These combine with the C/C++ Development Tools to make a powerful development environment.
protobuf-dt is Google’s Eclipse-based editor for protocol buffers. It provides all the features you’d expect from an Eclipse editor (syntax highlighting, outline view, content assist, etc.) plus some protocol buffer-specific features, such as "Open Declaration" (hyperlinking) support, including imported .proto files, configurable integration with protoc, and automatic removal of trailing whitespace.
Pulse is a continuous integration server (or build server) designed to be easy to use while offering powerful features. It regularly checks your source code out from your SCM, builds your projects, and notifies you of the results. Key features include simple setup and administration using an AJAX-powered Web UI, adaptability to existing environments, distributed building, personal builds (test using Pulse before committing), and individual developer dashboards and notification preferences.