Diff-ext is an extension for filemanagers such as Windows Explorer and Nautilus that allows to launch diff/merge tools on selected files.
Check for unused #includes in C++ source
Unused #includes in C++ source lead to unwanted dependencies and slower compile and link timings. IncludeChecker finds most of these unused #includes using a simple heuristic: if you include a file, you need to use one or more symbols from it. If that's not the case, IncludeChecker will mark the #include as unused. IncludeChecker is very customizable to be able to run as an automated task where it will fail as soon as an unused #include is detected. Because of the simple heuristic it will not find all unused #includes, but it will find most of them.
Lint for the pascal programming language
Static Code Analysis (lint) for Pascal Programmed in C++ as Code::Blocks project see Free Pascal for compiler http://www.freepascal.org/ Version: 0.1.0.6 Usage: pascallinter pascalsourcefile pascallinter -help commandline tool
Simple tool for fixing common misspellings, typos
Utility to fix common misspellings, typos in source codes. There are lots of typical misspellings in program codes. Typically they are more eye-catching in the living code but they can easily hide in comments, examples, samples, notes and documentations. With this utility you can fix a large number of them very quickly. Be aware that the utility does not check or fix file names. It can easily happen that a misspelled word is fixed in a file name in a program's code, but the file itself will not be renamed by this utility. And also important to note to be extra careful when fixing public APIs! A manual review is always needed to verify that nothing has been broken.