Source code spell checker.
Flex is a tool for generating scanners. A scanner, sometimes called a
tokenizer, is a program which recognizes lexical patterns in text. The
flex program reads user-specified input files, or its standard input
if no file names are given, for a description of a scanner to generate.
The description is in the form of pairs of regular expressions and C
code, called rules. Flex generates a C source file named, "lex.yy.c",
which defines the function yylex(). The file "lex.yy.c" can be compiled
and linked to produce an executable. When the executable is run, it
analyzes its input for occurrences of text matching the regular
expressions for each rule. Whenever it finds a match, it executes the
corresponding C code.
The FoilTeX is a collection of LaTeX files for making foils. A number
of features are built-in including large sans serif font as normal font,
options for setting normalsize at 20pt (default), 17pt, 25pt or 30pt,
new macros for starting new foils, for special environments like Theorem
and Proof, simple macros to control the headline and footline.
FreeXL is an open source library to extract valid data from within an Excel
FreeXL design goals:
to be simple and lightweight
to be stable, robust and efficient
to be easily and universally portable
completely ignoring any GUI-related oddity
Note that the final goal means that FreeXL ignores at all fonts, sizes and
alignments, and most formats. It ignores Pivot Table, Charts, Formulas, Visual
Basic macros and so on. FreeXL is structurally simple and quite light-weight
(typically 40-80K of object code, stripped).
Aspell Kashubian dictionary.
GasTeX is a set of LaTeX macros which allow to draw very easily
graphs, automata, nets, diagrams, etc... under the picture environment
of LaTeX. A picture with gastex basically consists of nodes and
edges. Here are a few examples of pictures that are easily defined