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Gnucomm1 January 1970gnucommGNU telecommunications project
Doscheck21 May 1993DoscheckUtility to ensure that source names are distinguishable
Superopt3 June 1995superoptFinds the shortest instruction sequence for a given function
Termutils1 December 1995GNU TermutilsPrograms for controlling terminals
Elib11 December 1995ElibLibrary of Emacs LISP functions
Vmslib13 July 1996GNU vmslibGNU vmslib is a bunch of files and small routines that can help people to port GNU programs to VMS
Checker24 August 1998GNU CheckerFinds memory errors at runtime
GNU SQL Server28 September 1998GNU SQL ServerDatabase management system
Proto20 April 1999ProtoTools to find function prototypes
Gleem30 April 1999GNU gleemLibrary of 3D widgets
Paxutils17 June 1999PaxutilsTool to manage file archives
Nana12 September 1999GNU NanaLibrary for assertion checking and logging in GNU C/C++
Phantom security4 November 1999phantom securityHome security system
Fontutils11 April 2000GNU FontutilsScanned image, bitmap, outline font manipulation.
Libxmi21 June 2000libxmiLibrary for rasterizing 2-D vector graphics
Phantom home28 June 2000phantom_homeHome automation system
Gnuskies28 June 2000gnuskiesProject to create a free version of the xephem program
Gfe5 July 2000GNU Font EditorGraphical font editor
Queue31 October 2000QueueBatch processing and local rsh replacement system
Glue2001GNU GLUEthe GNU groupware project
Httptunnel25 February 2001GNU HttptunnelCreates a data path in HTTP requests
Metahtml6 March 2001GNU MetaHTMLProgramming language for the Web
GOOPS10 March 2001GOOPSObject-oriented extension to 'guile'
Oleo19 March 2001OleoLightweight spreadsheet program
PIPS30 March 2001PIPSConverts data between formats
Paperclips5 May 2001PaperclipsWebserver and dynamic content container
Halifax8 May 2001GNU HaliFAXClient applications suite for fax applications
Octal 225 June 2001octalFree digital sound workstation for Unix-like systems
ToutDoux27 June 2001ToutDouxProject manager
Gnotary6 July 2001GNotaryProject to produce a digital notary service
Poc21 August 2001GNU POCmanages smartcard passwords
SXML29 August 2001SXMLDefines and implements a mark-up language
GNU.FREE26 January 2002GNU.FREEInternet voting system
Qexo16 February 2002QexoXQuery to Java compiler
Termcap13 March 2002GNU termcap libraryA library for sending terminal control codes
Pipo1 June 2002GNU PipoA GNU Bulletion Board System
Gnu3dkit11 August 20023DKit3D graphics rendering architecture
Spacechart6 December 2002spacechartDisplays the stars in space in 3D
Calendula1 January 2003CalendulaFund-raising/contact management software for non-profits
Panorama10 February 2003PanoramaFramework for 3D graphics production
Gtkeyboard16 March 2003GtkeyboardGraphical keyboard
Cfengine8 April 2003CfengineMaintains configuration of a heterogenous UNIX network
Goldwater11 May 2003GoldwaterMiddleware component of the DotGNU package
Uucp29 May 2003GNU UUCPFile copying program
Hp2xx23 June 2003hp2xxReads and converts HP-GL files to various formats
Intlfonts4 July 2003intlfontsFonts for all characters Emacs 20 can handle
Gnatsweb29 July 2003GnatswebWeb interface to the GNU bug management system
Cfs-el20 November 2003cfs-elFrontend for CFS
GNU sauce15 January 2004GNU sauceAnti-spam server
Orgadoc1 April 2004GNU OrgaDocHelps organize documentation
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