GNU Autoconf is "a tool for producing configure scripts for building, installing and packaging software on computer systems". It's been around since 1991 and it's been neglected -- eight years since the last release. I've helped Zack Weinberg make a new beta release, 2.69b, on the way to a proper release of 2.70 in a few months. If you care about things like Makefiles, check this out and test it.
The ClipIt! utility let's you name, categorize and store the contents of the Window's system clipboard to a portable file-based repository for future reuse. Clipboard contents stored using ClipIt! can be restored to the system clipboard from the active clip library for reuse in any clipboard-enabled Windows application. The utility also allows you to back-up the contents of a clip library or share a clip library with other ClipIt! users. Advanced features provide the ability to view the various data formats in which the clipboard content is available at the point of input or output, as well as the ability to filter input or output results by one or more available data formats (but these features should be used with caution, as results may not always be what you expect). [more inside]