PGJDBC-NG is an implementation of the JDBC for the PostgreSQL server. It aims to support the complete JDBC 4.1. Specifically, it supports the advanced UDT features of JDBC which the current driver lacks. It's implemented using an asynchronous I/O library (Netty), which allows it to support other advanced features like asynchronous notifications.
glNetViz is a tool for visualizing computer network topologies with WebGL. With the abilities of real time visualizing network traffics flowing around the local network and to/from the Internet, you can manage the various network more easily and efficiently. glNetViz is intended to be a convenient tool that can easily visualize the network topology from the serialized data in YAML or JSON.
SNOW is a utility for concealing messages in ASCII text by appending whitespace to the end of lines. Because spaces and tabs are generally not visible in text viewers, messages concealed with whitespace are effectively hidden from casual observers. If SNOW's built-in encryption is used, the message cannot be read even if it is detected. SNOW exploits the Steganographic Nature Of Whitespace, similar to finding a polar bear in a snowstorm; hence the name.
Singhala keymap provides a means for typing Dual-script Singhala. It is preferably added to the top of the "lk" layout file at X11/xkb/symbols/pc/lk. It is use for romanized Singhala, which fully covers the three languages Singhala, Sanskrit, and Pali. The text typed using it can be displayed in the Singhala script when displayed using orthographic smart-fonts. Where there is no Singhala font available, the text appears as readable Latin text.
spooky-c is a C version of Bob Jenkin's spooky hash. The only advantage over Bob's original version is that it is in C, not C++,'and comes with some test and benchmark code. This is a very competitive hash function, but is somewhat unportable (64-bit little endian only). It's more portable than some of the contenders like CityHash.
snappy-c is a C port of the google snappy compressor (http://code.google.com/p/snappy/). The compressor is very fast with a reasonable compression ratio. It is mainly useful for projects that cannot integrate C++ code, but want snappy. It also contains a command line tool, a benchmark, random test code, and a fuzz tester. The compression code supports scather-gather and linear buffers. The scather gather code is ifdefed (-DSG) and can be removed with unifdef.
tsx-tools provides headers and utilities for development with TSX (HLE/RTM) hardware transactional memory development on recent Intel CPUs. It includes compat headers that provide C inline functions support for RTM and HLE in various formats for older gcc compatible compilers (before gcc 4.8). These headers are useful to enable lock elision in a lock library or existing program. It also has various TSX related utilities, including a tool that detects the presence of TSX, a TSX aware assert, and various debugging utilities.