The grep command searches one or more input files for lines containing a match
to a specified pattern. By default, grep prints the matching lines.
hhm is a program that makes ITS files and in the future it will also
make Compiled HTML Help (CHM) files. Both types of files are a kind of
compressed archive format used on Win98, Win2K and other Microsoft
operating systems to store documentation.
Go package which provides rudimentary functions for manipulating text
The project aims to create a feature-rich dictionary lookup program.
* Babylon .BGL files, complete with images and resources;
* StarDict .ifo/.dict./.idx/.syn dictionaries;
* Dictd .index/.dict(.dz) dictionary files;
* ABBYY Lingvo .dsl source files, together with abbreviations.
The files can be optionally compressed with dictzip. Dictionary
resources can be packed together into a .zip file;
* ABBYY Lingvo .lsa/.dat audio archives. Those can be indexed
separately, or be referred to from .dsl files.
This dictionary client provides access to a dictionary server (as
defined in RFC 2229) from within Emacs or XEmacs.
It supports utf-8 (currently available in Emacs 21) and allows to
follow links within the definitions.
diffmark is an XML diff and merge package. It consists of a shared C++
library, libdiffmark, plus two programs wrapping the library into a
command-line interface: dm and dm-merge. dm takes 2 XML files and
prints their diff (also an XML document) on its standard output.
dm-merge takes the first document passed to dm and its output and
produces the second document.
This is the table based input method framework for IBus (Intelligent Input
Bus). It does not include real tables except two demo layouts, "Compose"
(which mimics Compose Key input) and "LaTeX" (which allows you to use LaTeX
commands as keyboard sequences to input various symbols).
google-translate-cli is a 100-line AWK program to let you use Google Translate
without a web browser, i.e., from the terminal.
The groff (GNU troff) software is a typesetting package which reads plain
text mixed with formatting commands and produces formatted output.
This is an implementation of John Gruber's Markdown text to html language.
There's not much here that differentiates it from any of the existing Markdown
implementations except that it's written in C instead of one of the vast flock
of scripting languages that are fighting it out for the Perl crown.
Markdown provides a library that gives you formatting functions suitable for
marking down entire documents or lines of text, a command-line program that you
can use to mark down documents interactively or from a script,
and a tiny (1 program so far) suite of example programs that show how to fully
utilize the markdown library.
It also does, by default, various smartypants-style substitutions.