DISTributed Adaptable Executable (DISTae) is a software layer that allows the portability of programs among different heterogeneous computing units and run the different parts of the code simultaneously in a distributed and heterogeneous environment.
LESSA is a cross-platform framework developed for utilization as a technology foundation in assembly of content delivery systems. The project is compile-ready for release as a standalone client or an integrated process to support any existing software.
smack (Source Managed Application Compilation Kit) is a distribution and operating system independent package deployment and management software aimed at any level of computer experience while maintaining robust dependency and installation procedures.
BuildSys exists to help multi-platform projects keep all their various build files in sync. It uses a single '.build' file to generate autoconf/automake .ac/.am files, visual studio 6 .dsp/.dsw files, vs.net .vcproj/.sln files, Dev-C++ .dev files, etc.
The Zeus-Framework is a C++ framework using the paradigm of Cell Computing Model for Linux and Windows. Implements biological behaviours (cloning, genetic algorithmes, ect.). Used for grid computing, distribute systems etc.
This is a collection of Java code, base packages to extend, to use out of the box, to compile and run. Some independent GUI and CMD tools that has in common the fact that they are useful.
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.
Primis is a mass OS distributor geared toward distributing Windows (although anything can be distributed with it). It also is very portable: it was developed for the Linksys NSLU2. Primis doesn't need uniform hardware as it doesn't use images.