In Haskell, data type declarations, Parsec parsers, and HughesPJ pretty-printers very much resemble each other; supplying all three is virtuous, but involves a large amount of code duplication. syntran is a code generator designed to reduce the amount of duplication. Its source is similar to a Parsec LanguageDef-using parser, annotated with the unique information from the data type declaration and the pretty-printer which would normally not be found in a parser. It separates this information out to generate pure Haskell.
AMLET is software designed to estimate multinomial and mixed logit discrete choices models, which are increasingly popular in econometry. The software supports cross- sectional and panel data, and offers various optimization methods, including the new variable sample-size approach.
Spike Asset Manager (SAM) is a cross-platform framework for probing a system for components and reporting them. It includes a driver file that probes for components commonly found in a LAMPJ stack (Apache, MySQL, PHP, Tomcat, etc). It can find multiple versions that are installed, query the RPM database, and indicate whether components are running.
cstor is a cross-reference compiler and reverse engineering tool. It compiles one text file (database) from multiple source modules (currently reads C, C++, and Perl). The tool combines reverse engineering capabilities, code validation, and an HTML documentation generator. The database can then be reused from own scripts and programs, e.g. to implement cross-compilers, validate coding conventions, build statistics etc. The builtin documentation generators are actually an application of the database.
Spike PHPCoverage is a tool for measuring and reporting code coverage provided by the test suite of a PHP application. It can instrument and record the line coverage information for any PHP script at runtime. It also provides an extensible reporting mechanism with a standard HTML report implemented out of the box. The default report displays the summary information about the code coverage for an application and also shows the detailed information about a file including which lines were actually executed and with what frequency. It is possible to specify the directories and files that should be included and/or excluded from a coverage measurement.
RIB is a software package for creating WWW metadata repositories. Metadata, from RIB's perspective, is information that describes reusable objects, such as software. RIB allows the user to enter metadata into a Java applet, which then sends the information to an RIB server via HTTP. The information is then stored in an SQL database, where it is automatically made available in a fully functional Web site (catalog, search page, etc). Repositories that use similar data models can use the XML processing capabilities to share information via the Internet.
Quality Objects (QuO) is a framework for providing quality of service (QoS) in network-centric distributed applications. These applications range from embedded applications to wide area network applications, including many military and commercial applications. QuO bridges the gap between the socket-level QoS being specified, researched, and provided by a number of organizations and the distributed object level where many distributed applications are best written. QuO adds QoS to CORBA and Java RMI in a manner which is appropriate for creating applications that can adapt to environments that are unpredictable or have strict resource constraints.