Windows installer development tool
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) is a professional open source system to create Windows installers. It is designed to be as small and flexible as possible and is therefore very suitable for internet distribution. Being a user's first experience with your product, a stable and reliable installer is an important component of succesful software. With NSIS you can create such installers that are capable of doing everything that is needed to setup your software. NSIS is script-based and allows you to create the logic to handle even the most complex installation tasks. Many plug-ins and scripts are already available: you can create web installers, communicate with Windows and other software components, install or update shared components and more.
Windows port of Glade 3. The latest version includes a stand-alone installer with bundled GTK+ 2.16.0 and libxml 2.7.3. Extra installers or zip files are not required. No changes to the Glade source were required to compile under mingw.
Compiere ERP+CRM is the leading open source ERP solution for Distribution, Retail, Manufacturing and Service industries. Compiere automates accounting, supply chain, inventory and sales orders. Compiere ERP is distributed under GPL V2 by Compiere, Inc.
Dataweb Project is a RAD (Rapid Application Development) written in java. It's a client/server framework that allows to develop and to use tables, forms, reports, modules, plugins, services, webservices and other from remote. See project web site.
mjcide was developed as a final project for Compiler class at UFABC (Universidade Federal do ABC). The project has two components: a microjava compiler (MIT license) and an IDE (LGPL 2.1 license).
Oracle Database Front-End with database navigation, code editor, syntax highlighting and tab completion for database objects.
Classes and Interfaces documentation tool. XML based. Generates a HTML doc of each class/interface.
It is an extension of Wish to Tcl/tk and includes a new widget called glview. Each glview widget can draw a 3D view and does OpenGL work in Tcl/Tk, a high-level language, if Tcl is Operating System independent then we can build OpenGL applications independent of the operating system.