Dragon produces a consequent, object-oriented, integrated scanner and parser solution and scales for very large grammar definitions. It provides LR(1) and LALR grammar analysis methods and combines the lexical and syntactical analysis and the corresponding code generation. Either C++ or Java code can be generated. The resulting parser code is readable and clean, and can easily be integrated into any C++ or Java application.
tracx reads and stores any kind of XML data using a dedicated programming language. Read XML structure can be traced and changed. Unix Shell and JDBC database escapes allows you to retrieve data and store it into the XML structure. Implementations based on C++ and Java are available.
Cego implements a relational and transactional database system with support for the SQL query language. The current release contains the most common database features for basic table manipulation and data retrieval. Indexes, foreign keys, views, and stored procedures are also implemented. Future releases (2.0 and above) will support a multi-node database concept with log file shipping for an automatic database application failover.
SysMT implements a Web based calendar system to manage and maintain entries. Originally, this application was developed as a sample cego database application and it was used as a maintenance system to manage administrative actions for SAP systems. It is an illustrative sample for demonstrating several features of the cego database system using the Perl DBD interface.
The project has been published to CPAN by Kurt Jaeger
( Thank you, pi :)
Good question :) One motivation are the distributed aspects of the cego database.
( see the documentation on my home page ). Furthermore, I wanted to make a fresh, small and clean software design completety written in C++. As a third aspect, look to the database administration features like datafile management. A lot of this stuff was inspired from high end requirements