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A HTTP/1.1 compliant proxy written in PHP.
This is an experimental project that used to put together ideas on Spring, Maven, and other open source technologies. The emphisis is on a how to for practical software development.
PuzlBox is a PHP fuzz tool that scans for several different vulnerabilities by performing dynamic program analysis. It can detect arbitrary command execution, local file inclusion, arbitrary upload, and several other types of vulnerabilities.
PyDepend lists dependencies between high-level modules (packages, directories) and source code files (Java, C/C++, Python, etc) in various formats (dot, csv, xml, etc). -- Acknowledgement: EU Funded FP6 Qualoss Project (see http://www.qualoss.eu)
PyPsoft produces softwares for businesses and this is the umbrella project for various softwares
Python Super Exploit Testing Engine
Quantum replicates the functionalities of QC. Quantum will have the requirements, test cases, test runs, defects, RTM, TCM just as QC and will also implement custom fields. It is being developed on *AMP platform and is platform independent
R.T.M.R est l'abréviation de "Requirements and Tests Management Repository". Il s'agit d'un outil de test logiciel qui permet de gérer d'une part les exigences d'un logiciel et d'autres part de décrire les scénarios et cas de tests.
RedPlanner is an Open Source framework for core network planning. It is written in Java and based on Eclipse RCP. It is composed of several plug-in modules: optimization engine, physical equipment inventory, automatic equipment allocation, etc.
A toolkit to migrate redmine database
SAIM allows to interlink knowledge bases in the Semantic Web. It focuses on instance matching of very large knowledge bases available as SPARQL endpoints. SAIM uses machine learning techniques and is compatible with SILK.
Java library to communicate over TCP/IP with labviewTM. Examples provided. Get easy
Counts the Lines of Code for any type of source file (Java, C/C++), given the single line comment and muli line comment (configurable)
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Swiss Army Knife C++ Toolkit is a set of versatile tools for C++ development. It offers to a developer variety of everyday needed tools for programming. Among these tools are configuration files reader, Tokeniser, Singleton template and many more.
This Sys Army Knife is an all in one tool for any Linux System monitoring and analysis. This is intended to ease of the most of the system activities related to monitoring and analysis. It will be helpful for any newbie or advanced linux users.
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Taiga is a project management platform for developers & designers
A functional programming language
This is a port of several development tools for Freescale M68HC08/HCS08 embedded microcontrollers families. Currently work is focused on binutils (as,ld), gdb and sim port. GCC, newlib, etc. porting will start after finishing the main as/ld support.
A small multiplatform utility which tracks the amount of data passing through your network cards.
map software by usage: a php web application for log analysis
Runtime profiling software using dynamic instrumentation (see http://www.dyninst.org/). More info coming soon.