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textproc/dtdparse-2.00 (Score: 0.068937615)
Parse a DTD and produce an XML document that represents it
DTDParse is a tool for manipulating XML and SGML Document Type Definitions (DTDs). DTDParse is designed primarily to aid in the understanding and documentation of DTDs.
textproc/duncan-0.1 (Score: 0.068937615)
English to Thai dictionary for GNUstep
Duncan is an English-Thai dictionary. It was developed on Mac OS X, using the Cocoa libraries. The GNUstep port that can be found here, was done by me. It was very easy to do; primarily requiring only new interface files, and build files. LICENSE: GPL2 or later
textproc/ibus-qt-1.3.3 (Score: 0.068937615)
IBus input method module for Qt4
Intelligent Input Bus for Linux / Unix OS, iBus, is the next generation input framework, developed by the developer of scim-python, includes all its function, and much more. This is the ibus-qt port, the input method module for Qt4 of ibus. You may select ibus as the input method in qtconfig after installation.
textproc/easydiff-0.4.0 (Score: 0.068937615)
GNUstep graphical diff
EasyDiff is a GNUstep application that lets you easily see the differences between two text files.
textproc/yaml-2.1.13 (Score: 0.068937615)
Methods to convert R data to YAML and back
This package implements the libyaml YAML 1.1 parser and emitter for R.
textproc/ebook-tools-0.2.2 (Score: 0.068937615)
Accesses and converts various ebook file formats
ebook-tools provides tools for accessing and converting various ebook file formats.
textproc/ecromedos-2.1.0 (Score: 0.068937615)
Document preparation system that allows concurrent publication
An integrated solution for XML-based publishing in print and web. It is specifically targeted at producing technical documentation in the field of computer science. Documents are written in an XML-based markup language and translated to different formats with XSL-transformations. At this time, eCromedos supports the target formats XHTML and LATEX. Where LATEX output can be further processed into high-quality printable formats by use of the TEX typesetting system (http://www.ctan.org).
textproc/add-css-links-1.0 (Score: 0.068937615)
Add one or more CSS <link> elements to an XHTML document
Add one or more CSS <link> elements to an XHTML document.
textproc/af-aspell-0.50.0 (Score: 0.068937615)
Aspell Afrikaans dictionary
Aspell Afrikaans dictionary.
textproc/aft-5.098 (Score: 0.068937615)
Document preparation system using an Almost Free Text input format
AFT (Almost Free Text) is a document preparation system. It is mostly free form meaning that there is little intrusive markup. AFT source documents look a lot like plain old ASCII text. AFT has a few rules for structuring your document and these rules have more to do with formatting your text rather than embedding commands. Right now, AFT produces pretty good (weblint-able) HTML, XHTML, LaTeX, lout and RTF. It can, in fact, be coerced into producing all types of output (e.g. roll-your-own XML). All that needs to be done is to edit a rule file. You can even customize your own HTML rule files for specialized output.