SLIRP is a vectorizing code generator aimed primarily at simplifying the process of creating modules for the S-Lang scripting language. It supports making C, C++, and Fortran code callable directly from the S-Lang interpreter and can automatically vectorize functions to take advantage of the abilities of S-Lang. SLIRP can also generate parallelizable wrappers for OpenMP-aware compilers.
AlarmMon is an alarm monitoring system for TCP/IP networks. It consists of an "alarm" client, an "alarmsvr" server, and several agents that work with a central registration database. It can track the status of verious services, including BIND, Sendmail, and modems, and send notifications by email, SMS, or pager.
Tdbengine is an RDBMS with an integrated programming language. It represents the enhancement of the famous DOS-TDB, and is designed to handle databases on the Web. It connects to the Web server using the standard CGI interface, or runs on the command line. It is very small (about 400 KBytes), extremely quick, and easy to administrate. Its features are full text indexing, an automatic data link system, and the script language EASY, which replaces the commonly used SQL with its modular code.
Set-cd-rom-speed is an application for setting CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drive speed, written with KDE Kommander. Fast CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives have one big disadvantage over older and slower models in that they are often quite loud because of the disk spinning very fast in the drive. Using set-cd-rom-speed, you can decrease the drive's speed and thus reduce the annoying noise.
Audiality is a highly scalable and portable audio engine and synthesizer. MIDI files are used in combination with scripting and modular synthesis, to minimize file sizes and maximize flexibility. Audiality can be used as a music and sound effects player in multimedia productions, or as a realtime MIDI synthesizer.
Amber for Parrot is an object-oriented scripting language for the Parrot virtual machine. It combines the traditional advantages of scripting languages with support for software correctness and large-scale software engineering. Amber for Parrot has syntax and semantics somewhere between those of Eiffel and Ruby.