Editor for simple (only one record type) Csv Files.
Editor for simple (only one record type) Csv Files and Viewer / Updater for Xml files.
Jitterbit is an open source integration tool that delivers a quick and simple way to design, configure, test, and deploy integration solutions. It supports many document types and protocols: XML, web services, database, LDAP, text, FTP, HTTP(S), file
Simple tool for converting large XML-files to JSON or JSON to XML
Simple converter tool with GUI (written on JavaFX) for converting large XML-files to JSON and JSON to XML with indicating progress and uses small amount of memory for converting. Starting from 1.2.0 application supports batch converting files from directory by pattern. Uses Java 1.8+ (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html). Distributions for Mac, Linux and Windows already have embedded JRE, so just download appropriate distribution and start application.
Dynamically loaded extension libraries for GNU AWK
The gawkextlib project provides several extension libraries for gawk (GNU AWK), as well as libgawkextlib containing some APIs that are useful for building gawk extension libraries. These libraries enable gawk to process XML data, interact with a PostgreSQL database, use the GD graphics library, and perform unlimited precision MPFR calculations. These extensions work with GNU AWK version 4.1.1 or later. We have created a framework for packaging gawk extensions, and we welcome further contributions. Recent additions include haru, redis, and select for I/O multiplexing.
wsdlpull is an efficient and powerful command line utility for dynamic inspection and invocation of WSDL web services.It provides a C++ library with dynamic WSDL invocation API,WSDL parser,Schema parser and Validator and an xmlpull Parser/Serializer.
XSH is a powerfull command-line XML editing tool/programming language in the manner of Unix shell interpreters and line-oriented text editors like ed which can be used either interactively or for batch-mode XML processing.
Tpl makes it easy to serialize your C data using just a handful of API functions. The data is stored in its native binary form for maximum efficiency. C, Perl and XML supported. Data is portable across CPU types and OS's from Unix to Mac to Windows.
KDS XML is a class library for streamed parsing, validating and generating XML. It is written in Object Pascal/Delphi and works on Win32 (Delphi) and Linux (Kylix). Parts of it depend on the SAX for Pascal interface specifications.
Open Source Implementations for 3D-Surface Characterisation Algorithms according to ISO 25178 (Geometric Product Specification) in verifiable pseudocode (MATLAB). Implementation of an XML-based file exchange format according to upcoming ISO 25178-72.
The Introspector enables the programming tools that deal with source code such as the compiler to communicate in a standard and neutral manner reducing the accidental cost of programming. http://github.com/h4ck3rm1k3/
IMPORTANT NOTE: This project has moved to Github: https://github.com/pkozelka/libxml2-pas Pascal units accessing the popular XML API from Daniel Veillard ( http://www.xmlsoft.org ). This should be usable at least from Kylix and Delphi, but hopefully also from other Pascal compilers (like freepascal).
Convert to XML on the fly
xmlfy converts text/UTF based output into XML formatted output using schema files and/or options to control its behaviour. By Arthur Gouros. http://au.linkedin.com/in/arthurgouros
Laika analyzes and reports on the interoperability capabilities of EHR systems. This includes the testing for certification of EHR software products and networks.
The BlueDecode frame work is an Open Source Third Party Java Library used for developing more interactive and customized 2D graphical user interfaces in Java using a MVC and object oriented programming approach.
ComicMaster is a cbr/cbz reader for comic archives. ComicMaster is able to open cbr and cbz archives and display image contents. Furthermore it has some abilities to modify existing archives. From version 0062 on the export in pdf format has been added.
This project is not supported anymore. A new implementation of EDITS 2.1 can be found as part of the Excitement Project (http://www.excitement-project.eu/). A new more generic version of the system supported by Milen Kouylekov can be found on this page https://github.com/kouylekov/edits.
FBML (Food Bank Markup Language) is written using XML, and will have an application written in Python to enable the use of FBML in the background; and will be OS agnostic.
FleXML reads a DTD describing the format of XML documents; it may be specified as a URI to the DTD on the web. From this FleXML produces a validating XML processor with an interface to support XML applications.
ForeRunner X01 toolkit provides an easy access to Forerunner 201/301/305/305E GPS-units. There are multiple command line tools to read data from GPS into database and tools to export data in different formats like gpx and tcx.
GLan is a toolkit for developing network GUI applications. It allows the developer to just write code using the Qt programming style for the server side and forget about the client side.
Simple editor for GPX files written in GTK, which can add, remove or edit waypoints. Also uses osm-gps-map (http://tinyurl.com/osmgpsmap) to provide a world-wide map with customizable source (OpenStreetMap, Google, ...).
A web crawler which uses regular expressions on text downloaded from a site.
LUPUS (LUPUS Universal Plattformindependent Update System) is a powerful tool for system-administrators. It's some kind of mixture of apt, dpkg, subversion, cfengine and qmake ;-)
GNOME/GTK+ Feed Reader
Note: Liferea has moved to Github. Please check out https://github.com/lwindolf/liferea