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Ant Task to rename packages.
An API which allows you to execute Ant tasks from Java code.
jWebCounter - counter web application
JFCML is an XML markup language for Swing. Support for *all* JComponents and related classes. Optional support for events through BeanShell scripting. Built directly on top of the SAXParser, JFCML is fast, memory-efficient, and highly scalable.
Automated build monitoring system
A Tool to Monitor Traffic on TCP Connections Please note that this project has been moved to Google Code at
Jxp is a template engine/script processor that processes scripts containing text+java code to produce text output. The script syntax is like jsp (without taglib) except that it is much simpler and the script is interpreted instead of compiled.
Test bed for the tasks project **INACTIVE** - this project supported projects on CollabNet's infrastructure
Build around JDBC and XML, this tool allows you to maintain visual repesentations of a database's layout, edit table's data, generate code to bind objects to tables, and export and import data in XML format to easely move data from one database to another.
Cartographic projection library for Java.
Heap Analysis Tool
General Purpose Mathematical System Manipulation
jWebFTP - FTP client web application
Collection of tools/simulators or anything for automation
Whirlycache is a fast, flexible in-process object cache.
Class Viewer for Java
Antmod - modular Ant-based Build, Versioning and Release System
J2ME Polish is an advanced build solution with an integrated MIDP-compatible GUI.
Collections util-plugins for Eclipse
Desktop application for creating and testing ConvolveOp kernels.
Set CLASSPATH env var by parsing IntelliJ's .ipr file
Ant task to relocate code from one package tree to another
Runs JUnit tests in parallel
This editor can edit directly the property file written in the Unicode reference character, and saves the time and effort changed into Unicode by native2ascii. Moreover, in addition to the function of the usual editor, convenient functions, such as JBuilder and integration to Eclipse, are offered.