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A Tool to Monitor Traffic on TCP Connections Please note that this project has been moved to Google Code at
Automated build monitoring system
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.
jWebCounter - counter web application
An API which allows you to execute Ant tasks from Java code.
Ant Task to rename packages.
A logging anti-framework.
Jisql - an interactive command line SQL processor
Messages Bundle: easy way to work with i18n messages
Modifier Modifier Plugin for IDEA
File and Folder Duplicates Finder
Checks multingual resources for completeness.
Application & System Performance Management and Monitoring
JXCSS is a Java SAX-generating CSS2 parser adapter. JXCSS can be used to instrument or refactor existing CSS stylesheets and also to generate new ones. JXCSS can use any SAC-compliant CSS2 parser. As the parser processes a stylesheet, JXCSS generates SAX events that model the stylesheet's deep structure. JXCSS can be connected to any SAX content handler, such as an XSLT or STX transformation. JXCSS supports several CSS2 parsers: Batik 1.6-1, Steady State 0.9.5 and Flute 1.3
CPU Profiler for Java
Java source code cross reference generator
Simple, powerful test tool. Compares test output with a baseline
CPMake is a cross platform build system written in Java. It allows you to write powerful build scripts in BeanShell, Jython or Groovy. It also has built in dependency checking for C/C++ and Java projects.
Object to Object Mapping Framework
A tutorial on how to use Eclipse IDE with projects