C compiler infrastructure (ISO C99 conformance) with AMD64 optimizations for saifix kernel project.
A fast, programmer-friendly, free CSV library for Java
Super CSV is a fast, programmer-friendly, open-source library for reading and writing CSV files with Java. PLEASE NOTE: As of January 2015 we have now moved to GitHub (https://github.com/super-csv/super-csv). This SourceForge page will remain, but with limited functionality (please go to GitHub to report issues and for project downloads). It is highly configurable, and supports reading and writing with POJOs, Maps and Lists. It also has support for deep-mapping and index-based mapping with POJOs, using the powerful Dozer extension. Its flexible 'Cell Processor' API automates data type conversions (parsing and formatting Dates, Integers, Booleans etc) and enforces constraints (mandatory columns, matching against regular expressions etc) - and it's easy to write your own if required. Super CSV is actively maintained, and the developers are ready and willing to help out if you get stuck :) Please check out the project website for examples and help getting started
A Java library to communicate with SAP
Hibersap helps developers of Java applications to call business logic in SAP backends. It defines a set of Java annotations to map SAP function modules to Java classes as well as a small, clean API to execute these function modules and handle transaction and security aspects. Hibersap's programming model is quite similar to those of modern O/R mappers, significantly speeding up the development of SAP interfaces and making it much more fun to write the integration code. Under the hood, Hibersap either uses the SAP Java Connector (JCo) or a JCA compatible resource adapter to communicate with the SAP backend. While retaining the benefits of JCo and JCA like transactions, security, connection pooling, etc., developers can focus on writing business logic because the need for boilerplate code is largely reduced.
Java GUIs made easy!
QwicGUI, an easy-to-use open source Java class library developed by Impact Computing (http://www.impact-computing.com/), simplifies Java GUI development and offers out-of-the-box functionality not provided by the standard Java GUI classes.
HTTP infrastructure (library, algorithms, tools and utilities) project for saifix kernel.
Java framework with reusable patterns and classes
A generic Java framework with reusable patterns and classes for enhanced development
IrcAppender forwards important log4j messages to an IRC channel
IrcAppender is an appender for the Apache log4j system which forwards important logging event to an IRC channel. Output is controlled by the log4j configuration.
Java wrapper around the old commons-http-client.3.1
This is a java wrapper around the old commons-http-client.3.1 HTTP client which not developed anymore. The wrapper is using the new HttpClient 4.x and keeps binary compatibility. The intention for developing this wrapper was using Axis 2 for accessing a Microsoft Exchange 2010 server which requires a NTLM2 authentication. Not all methods are implemented, but it works for me. Just remove the old commons-httpclient-3.1.jar and add http-client-3-wrapper to your project.
USB infrastructure (sdk, libraries, tools) for saifix kernel project.
Linker infrastructure (sxlinker) for saifix kernel project.
Logging infrastructure (library, daemon, tools) for saifix kernel project.
i18n4java is an I18N framework for Java to change the way how strings are internationalized. This framework is inspired by QT's I18N framework and uses all features of Java's L10N to get a tiny and clean framework which helps to write clean code.