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- Bibfilex is a bibliographic manager. It's useful for creating and managing archives of bibliographical items (books, articles, etc.) with possible attachments of any kind according to Biblatex structure and rules, but it can be used also with a word processor like Writer or Word. Bibfilex may create and manage files which are catalogs of many items – also thousands of them. A file of Bibfilex is a database of SQLite. In a Bibfilex file data are not stored according to Biblatex format, so it cannot be used as a bibliographic file in a Latex document. Anyway, Biblatex may export with a one-click functionality all or part of its content in Biblatex format file; this can be read directly with JabRef or used in a Latex document. At the same time, Bibfilex may import directly a JabRef database.
- Castle Game Engine
- Castle Game Engine is a cross-platform 3D and 2D game engine for Object Pascal (FPC and Lazarus). - It supports many formats for game assets, including X3D, VRML, Collada, Spine JSON, MD3 and others. - Many graphic effects are possible, including bump mapping, shadows, shaders, mirrors, screen effects. - Animation, collision detection, 3D sound and more features are available. - An extensible system of 3D objects can be used, with out-of-the-box levels, items, intelligent creatures and more. - The engine is portable -- for desktop, mobile, web plugin. The engine is also used to develop view3dscene - a full-featured X3D / VRML browser and a viewer for many other 3D and 2D game formats.
- This is a GUI program designed to help the newcomer (and veteran) with the Command Line Interface (CLI). It is designed to be a 'helper' in the sense that one can store favorite / useful commands for quick retrieval and use later. It is designed to be a reference as well, it has a 'starter' database of 170+ GNU/ Linux commands.
- DataStatix is a free software for GNU/Linux and Windows useful to manage data of every kind (although it has been written to manage biomedical data), to create descriptive statistics and graphs and to export items easily to R environment or to other statistic softwares. In order to handle properly big amount of data and many concurrent users, DataStatix works with MySql database and it has been developed and tested with MySql community edition 5.5. Some features of the software are: users management (create, delete, modify password) within the software; different users levels of data access (administrator, default, read only); user defined templates (models) of data, to create new databases easily; importation and esportation of data in CSV format (used also by Calc and Excel); updating of existing data from a CSV file created with DataStatix; descriptive statistics from every data (some more kind of statistics to come); graphs from every data.
- Emaigos is a free multi-platform software useful to import Google contacts and calendars in Emacs. Contacts are stored in a Big Brother Database (BBDB) file, which makes them usable with many Emacs email packages, like Gnus. Google calendars are stored as a single Org mode file, so that the events may be viewed as a structured document and possibly shown within an Agenda view. So with Emaigos it's possible to use Google as contacts and calendars manager, while having at the same time all data available within Emacs. The original Google contacts and calendars are not modified in any way by Emaigos. The name "Emaigos" is an acronym for "EMAcs Importer for GOogle Stuff".
- EncNotex is a free multiplatform software, which runs natively on GNU/Linux, Windows and macOS, that is useful to write and to manage a file of strongly encrypted textual notes and tasks. It’s aim is to grant the user an highly secure tool to manage very confidential data. For this reason EncNotex uses the AES 256 bit encryption, cipher mode CBC and SHA 512; the user cannot save unencrypted data on the disk, but only copy it in the clipboard; the required password to encrypt a file is necessarily 10 characters long or more, chosen at least from three of these four groups: small and upper case letters, numbers and other characters (asterisk, brackets, etc.); optionally, the password used to save a file could be forgotten by the software and typed again by the user each time a file is to be saved, so that the same password does not remain in the computer’s memory while the software is being used. A file of EncNotex is a textual encrypted file containing many notes (no database is used). To grant a perfect compatibility of data among the different platforms and to be very fast even with big amount of data, EncNotex has a very simple structure of notes. They cannot have pictures inside nor attachments, but their text can be formatted in bold, italic and underline. Every note has a title, a list of tags (keywords) separated by comma and space, a date and a free-length text, and can be printed. The title and the date of every note is shown in a read only grid on the left of the interface of the software, and a note can be shown selecting its title in this grid. Furthermore, in the same grid the title of a note can be indented or deindented, to make it a subnote of the previous one, or moved up and down, along with its possible subnotes. At the left of the text of the notes there is an outlook of its titles, which can be used to reach easily one of them, and of the possible tasks along with their deadline. The tasks of all the notes of a file can be summarized in a list, sorted, filtered and copied in the clipboard to be pasted in a spreadsheet, or saved in csv or ics format. It's possible to search for a note within the titles, the tags, the dates and the texts. A note or all the notes of a file can be copied in the clipboard in HTML format and then pasted in a word processor maintaining the possible HTML tags. Finally, two independent backup files are automatically created when a file is loaded and when it's saved.
- Free Oberon
- Free Oberon is a cross-platform IDE for development in Oberon programming language made in the classical FreePascal-like pseudo-graphic style. Compilation of user-written programs is performed using the Vishap Oberon Compiler and then GCC. The compiled console programs can be run in the built-in terminal emulator.
- Free Pascal
- Free Pascal (aka FPK Pascal) is a 32 and 64 bit professional Pascal compiler. It can target multiple processor architectures: Intel x86, AMD64/x86-64, PowerPC, PowerPC64, SPARC, and ARM. Supported operating systems include Linux, FreeBSD, Haiku, Mac OS X/iOS/Darwin, DOS, Win32, Win64, WinCE, OS/2, MorphOS, Nintendo GBA, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo Wii. Additionally, JVM, MIPS (big and little endian variants) and Motorola 68k architecture targets are available in the development versions.
- Free Pascal Compiler
- FreePascal (aka FPK Pascal) is a 32 bit Pascal compiler with extensions for different processors and operating systems. It tries to stay compatible with the dialects of well known proprietary Pascal-based compilers, so you don't have to learn much to switch to free software and/or systems. The language syntax is semantically compatible with TP 7.0 as well as most versions of Delphi (classes, rtti, exceptions, ansistrings). FreePascal supports function overloading, operator overloading and other such features. It also comes with several command-line tools to help your programming, including a source formatter, a makefile generator, a C header translator, a unit dependency lister and even TP lex and yacc. FreePascal comes with its own development environment (not for all platforms yet).
- GNU Pascal
- GNU Pascal is the Pascal language compiler of Project GNU. It is a 32/64 bit compiler that is linked against the GCC backend and will be integrated in to GCC in the long run. It runs on all operating systems compatible with GCC, and can act as a native or a cross compiler between those systems. It implements ISO Pascal, Borland Pascal 7.0, and parts of other Pascal standards or de-facto standards.
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