NoOra is an attempt to apply a pattern to develop Oracle database projects in order to promote portability and productivity.
GCB is a source code class browser supporting multiple object oriented languages that allows the user to quickly view all of their classes from one or more projects in a consolidated view to facilitate class & code awareness and reuse.
The Inform 7 Feature for Eclipse is a set of plug-ins which will support cross-platform development of interactive fiction projects in the Inform 7 language. The current version is tested under Linux and Windows.
ProjectBrowser is a jEdit plug-in which allows the developer to manage multiple projects in jEdit. It uses a columnar browser to display a project's files instead of a tree or a single list.
An attempt to consolidate information from hundreds of projects in the DC area.
Negis stands for next generation information system and will eventually allow the user to manage and retrieve all data found on the computer based on projects in an efficient and easy way.
DocBook is the ideal framework when it comes to publishing large documentation projects in different formats. However, it does not provide a toolchain to create PDF, HTML or other formats from XML.
The DocBook Authoring and Publishing...
Make-Effect manages build-sessions of software development projects in OS QNX4.
JBuildControl is a Java application to monitor projects in a source code repository and automatically invoke an Ant script whenever changes are detected. The script need not be limited to a a build script, anything that Ant can do may be invoked.
VIENNAPMS is a Project Management System for Software Development Projects in .Net & MySQL. It covers WBS, Task Approval, Assignments, File Upload, Time Recording, Status Reports, Bug Recording, SRTM, Rework Reports, Dev. vs Test Time,...
Objective C Intrinsics (ObjCI for short) is a collection of classes that supports development of small projects in Objective C without depending on the Foundation or similar libraries.
A cutting edge framework and core modules using PHP 5, XML, XSL and MySQL developed primarily for use in managing Engineering Projects In Community Service (EPICS) courses.
Utilities classes for facilitating construction of different types of Java projects in consistent manner. Standard classes are provided; developers are able to reuse similar practice in every flavour of programming, help reducing study/design effort.
This is a collection of Flex components I have built for use in various projects I am / have worked on. I have benefited greatly from open source projects in the past and wanted to share my code with others like me.
Utility classes for sending files over JMS providers like ActiveMQ, use of XDoclet generated code and Hibernate in J2EE projects. In addition code to call EJB SessionBeans from C++. Programming Language: java Libraries: XDoclet, Hibernate
RationalPlan Project Viewer by Stand By Soft is a free project management software viewer, the perfect solution for anyone (from project stakeholders to team workers) to view your projects in detail. Usually project managers plan and control the...
This module leverages Organic Groups to add functionality around projects. In the Open Media System, Shows and MERCI Reservations are tied to Projects. Project and Show share several fields and Project settings are autocompleted for Shows making...
Application simplifies the development and management of VHDL projects. The project is displayed in a well-arranged tree structure depending on the hierarchy of entities. It also helps to maintain projects in a consistent state. Other features...
XDev is open and free set of compilers, additional tools, libraries and design patterns for cross-platform and embedded development in modular programming languages.
You can develop projects in several languages at once. You can develop...
The aim of this project is to develop a full implementation of OSGi R4 in C++. Currently, there are a lot of projects in the academy as in the industry written in C++ that could take advantage of the features described by the OSGi specification.