gdome2 is the DOM C library developed for the GNOME project.
Gladtex reads a 'htex' file (html with LaTeX maths embedded in <EQ></EQ>)
and produces html with equations substituted by images.
CTPL is a template engine library. It allows fast and easy parsing
of templates and fine control over template parsing environment.
GMetaDOM is a collection of librares, each library providing a DOM
implementation. Currently available bindings are for C++ (smart pointers)
and Objective Caml.
The basic idea is that, given the availability of DOM implementations for
the C programming language (like Gdome2), and given the uniformity of the
DOM interfaces, bindings for various programming languages based on the C
implementation can be built automatically, providing a small number of hand-
coded classes and a set of scripts for the automatic generation of the
The advantages of such approach should be evident. In particular, for
languages like C++ where a number of different alternative DOM implementations
are feasible, each with different characteristics like easiness of use,
runtime flexibility, resource requirements, the approach of automatic
generation permits to create a set of coherent implementations addressing
such issues separately, ultimately allowing the developer to choose the
library which fits best her needs.
Aspell Danish dictionary.
Dadadodo analyses text files and generates markov chains of word
frequencies; it can then generate random sentences based on that data.
The GNOME Doc Utils is a collection of documentation utilities for the GNOME
project. Notably, it contains utilities for building documentation and all
auxiliary files in the source tree, and it contains the DocBook XSLT
stylesheets that were once distributed with Yelp. Starting with GNOME 2.8, Yelp
require GNOME Doc Utils for the XSLT.
Gnome Spell is GNOME/Bonobo component for spell-checking.