A Java 1.5 Parser with AST generation and visitor support. The AST records the source code structure, javadoc and comments. It is also possible to change the AST nodes or create new ones to modify the source code.
Original project hosted at http://code.google.com/p/javaparser hasnt been updated to maintain comments
DirSynch is a bidirectional directory synchronizing software. It helps you to discover the status of each file in both directories: if it's only in one of them, if it's newer in one than in the other, or if they are simply equal. After letting you to choose which files do you want to synchronize, it performs the right operations to make both directories equal (or not, if you want it different). The program can create a backup of the files before overwriting them.
Based on Java Management Extensions API JMX Calibration Services implements Diagnostic & Calibration functionality for Java EE Web Applications as part of Performance Management for individual Best Fit Deployments and essential Visibility into Java Web Transactions across your infrastructure. You identify performance problems and balance your Java Web Server remote at runtime via JMX supported Tools(->White Paper).
This project aims to create a guitar training and tab writing software. It displays the note/chord and plays the sounds as well. The user can also create their own songs by using the graphical neck to select the notes, and they are translated into guitar tablature. You can create songs by creating song parts and add the note names to the parts. You them just add the parts to create a song.
VisualLangLab is a completely visual, simple, and easy to learn IDE for developing parsers without code or script of any kind. A grammar is represented as a tree with distinct icons for various elements, and is edited by using the mouse to invoke menu-bar and context-menu operations.
Fill gaps in Java ME / J2ME development, providing helper classes for manipulating byte, character, XML, and JSON streams; working with files, property files, log files, arrays, dates, numbers, and strings;
and covering gaps in Java ME Math with a port of C-library routines for IEEE-754.