btparse is a C library for parsing and processing BibTeX files.
It provides a lexical scanner and LR parser (constructed by PCCTS),
both of which are efficient and offer good error detection and
recovery; a set of functions for traversing the AST (abstract
syntax tree) generated by the parser; and utility functions for
manipulating strings according to BibTeX conventions.
emacs-wiki enables you to create and use hyperlinks and simple
formatting in plain text files, and to optionally publish your pages as
Aspell Catalan dictionary.
This is a program for viewing RTF and MS Word 97 documents. It produces
plain text output and can optionally convert some non-standard characters
into TeX control sequences. It has rudimentary table handling in TeX
mode. Also included are:
- wordview, a small GUI frontend to catdoc that works with Tcl/Tk 7.6 and up;
- xls2csv, which converts Excel spreadsheets to plain text files with CSV
(comma-separated value) lines; and
- catppt, which extracts text from PowerPoint files.
This port installs English dictionaries for US, British, and Canadian
variants of the language. Although use of the "standard" ones is
encouraged, multiple spelling options are available for all three.
On the surface, Enchant appears to be a generic spell checking library. You
can request dictionaries from it, ask if a word is correctly spelled, get
corrections for a misspelled word, etc...
Beneath the surface, Enchant is a whole lot more - and less - than that.
You'll see that Enchant isn't really a spell checking library at all.
"What's that?" you ask. Well, Enchant doesn't try to do any of the work
itself. It's lazy, and requires backends to do most of its dirty work. Looking
closer, you'll see the Enchant is more-or-less a fancy wrapper around the
dlopen() system call. Enchant steps in to provide uniformity and conformity
on top of these libraries, and implement certain features that may be lacking
in any individual provider library. Everything should "just work" for any and
every definition of "just working."
EDoc extension for generating Github-flavored Markdown.
Smart Common Input Method platform, in short SCIM, is a development platform
to make Input Method developers live easier. It has very clear architecture
and very simple programming interface.
Meld is a GNOME visual diff and merge tool. It integrates especially well
with CVS. The diff viewer lets you edit files in place (diffs update
dynamically), and a middle column shows detailed changes and allows merges.
The margins show location of changes for easy navigation, and it also
features a tabbed interface that allows you to open many diffs at once.
Estraier is a full-text search system for personal use. Full-text search means
functions to search lots of documents for some documents including specified
words. The principal purpose of Estraier is to realize a full-text search
system of a web site. It functions similarly to Google, but for a personal
web site or sites in an intranet.