USB Human Interface Device (HID) Report Descriptor Decoder. This will convert a binary or printable hex report descriptor into a C header file. The printable hex can, for example, be an existing C header file - so it can be used to mechanically document an existing report descriptor declaration. The binary report descriptor could, for example, have been extracted from a Wireshark trace of a USB device handshake.
Mainframe Disassembler in REXX. This can be very handy for mainframe sites that have somehow lost the source code to an important executable. All you need to do is run the DA edit macro against the output from an AMBLIST module listing of the executable. It is an iterative process, but at the end of the day you will have an assembler source file that, when assembled, should recreate the executable load module. With some effort it should also be possible to reconstruct an equivalent high level language (COBOL, PLI, etc) source file from the assembly language source.
FleetStreet is a flexible and powerful FTN message reader for Squish, *.MSG & JAM areas, multithreaded, 32 bit, CUA'91, Rexx, drag'n'drop, highly configurable, supports Squish, Fastecho, HPT, IMail, LoraBBS, FMAIL, WMail, BBToss, english, german, swedish and italian version. Open source version!
This converts a CICS Auxiliary Trace print file into an html file that can be viewed with a web browser. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is used to display a UML Sequence Diagram that represents the trace. This allows you to quickly diagnose IBM CICS Transaction Server issues.