cross-distribution software installation system
Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system. Create one package that works everywhere! With dependency handling and automatic updates, full support for shared libraries, and integration with native package managers
The concept behind the 'Applications via XML' (AVX) architecture is to allow applications to become more flexible in the way they go about performing their duties. The essential idea is to avoid 'hard-coding' instructions into an applications' source
Argaut XDBAudit 1.8.3 scans corporate networks for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases, collecting usage statistics and license related inventory audit information, including infrastructural metadata relating to capacity and performance metrics.
Open Source Software Deployment-/Systems Management-System for Windows written in pure batch.
JChassis is a lightweight component framework for writing Java applications that goes beyond the basic JavaBeans model to provide dependency handling, a simpler context model, and an application model to aid the development of Java projects.
JNativeLicense is a free license manager for Java.
Lapiota Tools For Win32
Centralized service for tracking latest versions of programs. The project includes a software library to aid in adding "check for newer version" functionality to any program, with low programming and network overhead.
Luau (Lib Update/AutoUpdate) provides basic autoupdate functionality to software projects, allowing not only software updates to propagate quickly through ones user base but also messages and configuration updates.
Metaball Distribution System aims to provide easy installation and distribution of binary packages for Gentoo Linux (and perhaps other linux distros in future). Any number of software could be merged in one package
Netx-rv is an extension of NETwork eXecute, the high-quality implementation of the Java Network Launching Protocol (JNLP), extended to cache version-based resources and is the first to minimize the update footprint using recursive jardiffs for downloadin
The SlackDarwin project intends to build the free software packages for Mac OS X/Darwin on PowerPC based on Slackware Linux packaging system. SlackDarwin inherits KISS principle from Slackware Linux, and gives the user total control of package dependency.
SpringX is an open source project to help you develop Web applications quickly.It was originally developed to as a project skeleton which base on SOA and AJAX. It is depend on Spring and empoldered with eclipse, So you can use SpringX easily.
A Linux distribution based on ArchLinux. The first generation is for Vietnamese and by Vietnamese
XML to Any-Other-Format. The begin of a multiusable Componentware written in Java.
This is a java library by littleQworks studio.You can use it to accelerate java development. Many frequently used functions and methods are contained in this library ranging for security to string operations.
iPods, PDAs, and mobile phones are locked down. Thanks to hardcore hackers, you can run Linux-based software on them. Then you can transform them into true read/write tools that free you to create your own gadgets. We are working to make that easy.