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- GNU DDD, the Data Display Debugger, is a graphical front-end for command-line debuggers. Many back-end debuggers are supported, notably the GNU debugger, GDB. In addition to usual debugging features such as viewing the source files, DDD has additional graphical, interactive features to aid in debugging.
- GNUbatch is a job scheduler. It executes jobs at specified dates and times, according to dependencies, or interlocks defined by the user. It provides Batch scheduling with "job control variables" which may be atomically tested and set to provide arbitrarily complicated job chaining and interlocking. Interfaces are provided for shell, "curses", GTK, API for C and C++ (has been adapted for Java), web browser, and Motif.
- GNUspool is a spooling system which can support any type of printer and printer interface and also provides a variety of easy-to-use interfaces including graphical real-time-updated interfaces allowing full control over the function of the spooler. Jobs and printers on other hosts running GNUspool are automatically shared across the network and can be manually or automatically routed to other available printers. There are abundant facilities for support of form types and programmatic handling of printer features. There are also a set of security features to control user access as required.
- pcb-rnd is a free/open source, flexible, modular Printed Circuit Board editor for design of professional and hobby boards.
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