MASH is a modular, automated script harness. It allows users to implement simple harnesses that perform work external to a system. The framework will invoke that harness as outlined by an XML script. For example, when using the framework to test a system you could create a script that cleans and loads a database, FTPs some data, submits a login form, and verifies HTTP information. Harnesses can easily be built to do almost anything (many harnesses are provided), not just Web page verification. While harnesses are written in Java, the scripts may be run against any type of system as harnesses are intended to act as clients.
G-WAN is an extremely fast Web application server. It runs scripts written in ANSI C. This server is safer than others, since it uses less code, no buffer copies, and no library calls that can lead to buffer overflows. G-WAN can outperform IBM Apache, Microsoft IIS, and Sun GlassFish by several orders of magnitude, both on Windows and Linux.
PHTML Encoder encodes PHP scripts before distributing them. The script code is encrypted before saving. PHTML Encoder includes console and GUI versions of the converter. You can lock your scripts to a predefined machine via machine ID, and can combine protected/unprotected scripts on one website.
ChaiDraw is a simple toy meant both as educational software for beginning programmers to play with programming while getting visual feedback and as a test and example platform for usage of the ChaiScript scripting language. ChaiDraw illustrates how simple ChaiScript is to integrate with a C++ application.
phpWebHacks is an advanced HTTP client written in PHP, a utility for HTTP scripting. It simulates a real Web browser, but you use it with lines of code rather than a mouse and keyboard. It uses pure PHP; no Curl or other fancy dependencies are needed. You can build scripts in minutes: a GMail/Yahoo/MSN contacts grabber, a YouTube video downloader, an HTTP mailer, and many more.
Mythryl is a Linux-centric SML/NJ-derived scripting and application development language with a C-flavored syntax. It is a bit like Perl6 without the vapor. It features Hindley-Milner type deduction, higher order functions, higher order generics, parametric type polymorphism, and Perl-compatible regular expressions. It is built on the twenty-year-old SML/NJ codebase and is ready to use. Mythryl is positioned to provide an upgrade path for Linux scripters who have outgrown Perl and Python and Linux developers who have outgrown C, C++, and Java.
log4bash facilitates creating easy to read and easy to parse log files from your bash scripts. Developers have the ability to override pretty much all of the default behavior. If the developer chooses to let a user do so, they can pass flags to a script at run time to control some aspects of the logging output. This includes displaying the logging output to the screen in addition to the log file, and altering the logging level. There is a script included (test.log4bash.sh) that provides working code on how to use all of log4bash's features.