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GNU SRC Package List

This is a list of all the packages that are currently present in GSRC. This list is automatically updated weekly to reflect the latest software versions or package additions. The "GSRC Name" of a package is the one that you would use to install the package via GSRC, i.e.

make -C gnu/hello
The "Name" of the package is its canonical name.

Last update: Fri 27 May 2016 01:01:29 AM EDT

GSRC Name Name Description Version
gnu/3dldf 3DLDF GNU 3DLDF supports 3D drawing with output to the MetaPost format via a language similar to Metafont. It is primarily intended to provide a means of creating 3D content for TeX documents, but it can also create animations containing text typeset by TeX. 2.0.3
gnu/8sync 8sync 8sync is an asynchronous programming library for Guile (scheme) 0.1.0
gnustep/AClock AClock Analog clock with display of smooth seconds. It stays in your dock. Has alarms and ringing. 0.4.0
gnustep/Addresses Addresses Addresses for GNUstep is a versatile address book application for managing contact information. It stores addresses, phone numbers, pictures, instant messaging information, email, homepages and whatever. Addresses is also a framework that allows access to the addresses database in a way that is sourcecode-compatible with Apple s AddressBook.framework. It also contains a view framework to facilitate the construction of applications that use the contact database. Package and Framework is called "Addresses", but the executable is "AddressManager" for some reason, one hopes. 0.4.8
gnustep/Cynthiune Cynthiune Cynthiune is a free-software and romantic music player for GNUstep (and unmentionable non-free o.s.es), able to play a lot of different audio formats. The author, Wolfgang Sourdeau, wrote it originally as a Christmas gift to a girl that he liked because she could not listen to music on her XXX computer with a free program. 1.0.0
gnustep/DataBasin DataBasin DataBasin is a tool to access and work with SalesForce.com. (Not an endorsement.) It allows one to perform queries remotely, export and import data. DataBasin uses the WebServices exposed by the SFDC API and exposes them as methods of the DBSoap class. To send and receive the SOAP messages, DB uses the websevices (GSWS) available from GNUstep libraries and which is a mandatory requisite. Access to the SFDC API is provided by the framework DataBasinKit. 0.9
gnustep/DataBasinKit DataBasinKit DataBasin is a tool to access and work with SalesForce.com. (Not an endorsement.) Access to the SFDC API is provided by the framework DataBasinKit which constitutes the core of DataBasin and is available for building other connected applications. DataBasinKit allows you to connect from any Objective-C app using GNUstep or similarOS. DataBasin is now divided in its DataBasinKit framework which is LGPLed and the application itself. 0.9
gnustep/FTP FTP FTP client application with GNUstep GUI. 0.5
gnustep/GMastermind GMastermind GNUstep GUI Mastermind game 0.6
gnustep/GMines GMines Venerable Minesweeper game, GNUstep interface. 0.2
gnustep/GSPdf GSPdf GNUstep Postscript and PDF viewer, using ghostscript. 0.5
gnustep/GShisen GShisen GNUstep match tiles and remove game 1.3.0
gnustep/Graphos Graphos Graphos is a GNUstep vector drawing application, which reminds me of the original MacDraw (1985), but uses bezier paths and color. 0.5
gnustep/Grr Grr GNUstep interface RSS reader. 1.0
gnustep/InnerSpace InnerSpace Screen blanker with installable modules. Currently not working for me. 0.2.0
gnustep/Jigsaw Jigsaw Simulates a jigsaw puzzle and illustrates the use of clipping paths. 0.8
gnustep/Ladder Ladder Ladder is a graphically pleasing implementation of Go. It uses gnugo as it s engine and you must have a recent version of gnugo installed in order to run it. 1.0
gnustep/LapisPuzzle LapisPuzzle A tetris-like game where each player is affected by the other s game play. When one player clears blocks, the other gets more put on. 1.2
gnustep/LaternaMagica LaternaMagica GNUstep image viewer 0.4
gnustep/PDFKit PDFKit GNUstep pdf libs framework 0.9.3
gnustep/PRICE price PRICE is a high quality image viewing, filtering and enhancement application for GNUstep and suchlike. 1.3.0
gnustep/RSSKit RSSKit RSSKit is a simple library for reading the different types of RSS file formats. 0.4
gnustep/RemoteDesk RemoteDesk RemoteDesk is a graphical interface to rdesktop and it allows you to remotely access XXXXXXX computers, if you must. 0.1
gnustep/Sudoku Sudoku GNUstep sudoku game. 0.7
gnustep/TalkSoup TalkSoup TalkSoup is a graphical IRC client for GNUstep and such. It is highly configurable and extensible with a fully-featured plugin system already in place. 1.1
gnustep/Terminal Terminal GNUstep Terminal emulator has multple windows, scrollback buffers, etc. Terminal.app can provide services for other applications by piping the selection through arbitrary commands. Services are configured in one of the preferences panel s tabs. The sevice then appears in the menus of other GNUstep applications, which is one of GNUstep s nice features. 0.9.8
gnustep/TimeMon TimeMon Graphic display of CPU time. System time, User time, Nice time, idle time. 4.2
gnustep/Zipper Zipper Zipper is a tool for inspecting and extracting the contents of compressed archives. It allows archive creation of various archiving formats and creation of archive services 1.5
gnu/a2ps a2ps GNU a2ps converts almost anything to a PostScript file, ready for printing. It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip. It handles as many steps as is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file. It also includes some extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing "--help" output. 4.14
gnu/acct The GNU Accounting Utilities GNU acct provides a means for system administrators to determine system usage patterns. It provides information on, for example, connections, programs executed, and system resources used. 6.6.1
gnu/acm ACM GNU ACM is a flight simulator in which players can compete in aerial combat from different computers, piloting well-equipped jet aircraft similar to an F-16C Falcon or a MiG-29 Fulcrum. 5.1
gnu/adns adns GNU adns is a C library that provides easy-to-use DNS resolution functionality. The library is asynchronous, allowing several concurrent calls. The package also includes several command-line utilities for use in scripts. 1.5.0
gnome/adwaita-icon-theme adwaita-icon-theme Adwaita icon theme for GNOME 3.16.0
gnu/alive Alive GNU Alive sends periodic pings to a server, generally to keep a connection alive. 2.0.2
gnu/anubis Anubis Anubis is a daemon that sits between the Mail User Agent (MUA) and the Mail Transfer Agent (MTA). When a mail is sent by a user in the MUA, it is first passed to Anubis, which performs additional processing to the message before passing it on for delivery by the MTA. Anubis may, for example, modify the message headers or body, or encrypt or sign the message. 4.2
gnu/apl GNU APL GNU APL is a free interpreter for the programming language APL. It is an implementation of the ISO standard 13751. 1.5
gnu/archimedes Archimedes Archimedes is a free package for semiconductor device simulations. It is intended to assist engineers in designing and simulating submicron and mesoscopic semiconductor devices based on the Ensemble Monte Carlo method. It is able to handle a wide variety of materials and structures, which are described through simple scripts. 2.0.1
gnu/aris Aris Aris is a program for performing logical proofs. It supports propositional and predicate logic, as well as Boolean algebra and arithmetical logic. In addition to its predefined inference and equivalence rules, Aris also supports references to older proofs. Its use of standard logical symbols and its natural deduction interface make it easy to use for beginners. 2.2
gnu/aspell Aspell Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or as a standalone program. Notable features of Aspell include its full support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to use multiple dictionaries, including personal ones.
gnome/at-spi2-atk at-spi2-atk An ATK-DBUS bridge 2.16.0
gnome/at-spi2-core at-spi2-core Protocol definitions for D-Bus AT-SPI 2.16.0
gnome/atk ATK A library for accessibility functionality 2.16.0
gnome/atkmm atkmm C++ bindings for ATK 2.22.7
gnu/auctex AUCTeX AUCTeX is an integrated environment for producing TeX documents in Emacs. It allows many different standard TeX macros to be inserted with simple keystrokes or menu selection. It offers an interface to external programs, enabling you to compile or view your documents from within Emacs. AUCTeX also features the ability to place inline previews of complex TeX statements such as mathematical formulae. 11.89
gnu/autoconf Autoconf Autoconf offers the developer a robust set of M4 macros which expand into shell code to test the features of Unix-like systems and to adapt automatically their software package to these systems. The resulting shell scripts are self-contained and portable, freeing the user from needing to know anything about Autoconf or M4. 2.69
gnu/autoconf-archive Autoconf Archive Autoconf Archive is a collection of over 450 new macros for Autoconf, greatly expanding the domain of its functionality. These macros have been contributed as free software by the community. 2016.03.20
gnu/autogen AutoGen AutoGen is a program to ease the maintenance of programs that contain large amounts of repetitive text. It automates the construction of these sections of the code, simplifying the task of keeping the text in sync. It also includes an add-on package called AutoOpts, which is specialized for the maintenance and documentation of program options. 5.18.10
gnu/automake Automake Automake the part of the GNU build system for producing standards-compliant Makefiles. Build requirements are entered in an intuitive format and then Automake works with Autoconf to produce a robust Makefile, simplifying the entire process for the developer. 1.15
gnu/avl libavl libavl provides a large collection of binary search tree and balanced tree routines for C. These trees offer at least O(log n) performance for usually costly operations such as searching, inserting or deleting items from a data structure. 2.0.3
gnu/ballandpaddle Ball and Paddle Ball and Paddle is a classic arcade game in which you use a paddle at the bottom of the screen to bounce a ball against bricks in the upper region, eliminating the bricks as they are hit. As a novel twist, events and attributes of all the objects (bricks, ball, etc.) may be scripted with GNU Guile. 0.8.1
gnome/baobab baobab A graphical tool to analyze disk usage. 3.16.1
gnu/barcode Barcode GNU Barcode is a flexible tool to produce printed barcodes from text strings. It supports a variety of encoding standards and sizing measurements. Barcodes can be output in PostScript or Encapsulated PostScript formats. 0.99
gnu/bash Bash Bash is the shell, or command-line interpreter, of the GNU system. It is compatible with the Bourne Shell, but it also integrates useful features from the Korn Shell and the C Shell and new improvements of its own. It allows command-line editing, unlimited command history, shell functions and aliases, and job control while still allowing most sh scripts to be run without modification. 4.4-rc1
gnustep/batmon batmon Battery Monitor is a battery monitor for laptops. It displays the current status of the battery (charge/discharge and energy level) as well as some information about the general health of the cell. 0.8
gnu/bayonne Bayonne Bayonne is the telephony server of the GNU Telephony project. It offers a scalable environment for the development and deployment of telephony solutions, with a focus on SIP. 2.3.2
gnu/bc bc bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language. It includes an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements. Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar. It also includes "dc", a reverse-polish calculator. 1.06
gnu/binutils Binutils GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary files. Perhaps the most notable are "ld", a linker, and "as", an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities for working with archives. The "bfd" library for working with executable and object formats is also included. 2.26
gnu/bison Bison GNU Bison is a general-purpose parser generator. It can build a deterministic or generalized LR parser from an annotated, context-free grammar. It is versatile enough to have many applications, from parsers for simple tools through complex programming languages. 3.0.4
gnu/bool Bool GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean expressions. For example, a search for "hello AND world" would return a file containing the phrase "Hello, world!". It supports both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other. It handles context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes. It also has robust support for parsing HTML files. 0.2.2
gnu/bpel2owfn BPEL2oWFN GNU BPEL2oWFN translates a web service expressed in Web Service Business Process Execution Language (WS-BPEL) into an open Workflow Net (oWFN). It may additionally convert a BPEL4Chor choreography to a Petri Net model. Properties of Petri Nets may be analyzed efficiently, due to the use of static analysis to make the models compact. Control and data flow analysis, as well as basic checks for deadlocks and other such properties are available. 2.4
gnu/bzr Bazaar The GNU distributed version control system 2.7.0
gnu/c-graph C-Graph GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution. Thus, it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory in visualizing the convolution process. Rather than forcing the student to write code, the program offers an intuitive interface with interactive dialogs to guide them. 2.0
gnome/cantarell-fonts Cantarell Fonts Cantarell font set 0.0.16
gnome/caribou Caribou On-screen keyboard
gnu/ccaudio ccAudio2 GNU ccAudio2 is a portable C++ class for working with audio data from disk. The classes are both endian and content aware; rather than treating audio as binary data, this library treats it as an sequence of samples. It can also handle metadata information. ccAudio2 supports sun audio, raw samples, and RIFF encoded audio data. 2.2.0
gnu/ccd2cue ccd2cue GNU ccd2cue is a preprocessor for CD burning software that allows the conversion of the proprietary CCD format to the CUE format, which is well-supported by free software. These files are commonly distributed with CD images and are used to describe how tracks are laid out on the image. 0.5
gnu/ccide Ccide GNU Ccide is a decision table code generator for the C language. This helps to avoid unmanageable and error-prone chains of nested if-else statements. Instead, decision tables are entered in an intuitive and easy-to-read format, which is then expanded into portable C code. 0.6.6
gnu/ccrtp ccRTP GNU ccRTP is an implementation of RTP, the real-time transport protocol from the IETF. It is suitable both for high capacity servers and personal client applications. It is flexible in its design, allowing it to function as a framework for the framework, rather than just being a packet-manipulation library. 2.1.2
gnu/ccscript ccScript3 GNU ccScript3 is a library to add a virtual machine execution system for use with/as a scripting or assembler language for real-time, state-transition driven systems. 5.1.0
gnu/cfengine Cfengine Cfengine, or the configuration engine, is an agent/software robot to configure and administer large computer networks. It also functions as a high-level language for designing expert systems to perform such tasks. It consists of a primitive intelligence for defining and automating the configuration and maintenance of the system state. 2.0.6
gnu/cflow cflow GNU cflow analyzes C source files and produces a graph charting the control flow of the program. It can output the graph in several styles and in either the POSIX format or in an extended GNU format. cflow also includes a major mode for Emacs for examining the flowcharts that it produces. 1.5
gnu/cgicc Cgicc GNU cgicc is an ANSI-compliant C++ library for writing CGI applications, featuring support for FastCGI. The library supports several features, including handling both GET and POST data, handling a variety of form data types, and on-the-fly HTML generation. 3.2.16
gnu/chess Chess GNU Chess is a chess engine. It allows you to compete against the computer in a game of chess, either through the default terminal interface or via an external visual interface such as GNU XBoard. 6.2.2
gnu/cim Cim Cim is the GNU compiler for Simula, the first object-oriented programming language. 5.1
gnu/classpath Classpath GNU Classpath provides essential libraries for Java virtual machines and compilers. It is compatible with a large percentage of the language API specifications and provides a wide array of functionality. 0.99
gnu/classpathx-activation Classpathx Activation Framework Type data and locate components suitable for acting on it 1.1.2
gnu/classpathx-comm Classpathx Comm An implementation of the javax.comm API 20040420
gnu/classpathx-mail Classpathx JavaMail A complete internet mail system, including MIME, for Java 1.1.2
gnu/classpathx-servletapi Classpathx Servlet API An extensible framework for building web applications 3.0
gnu/clisp CLISP GNU CLISP is an implementation of ANSI Common Lisp. Common Lisp is a high-level, object-oriented functional programming language. CLISP includes an interpreter, a compiler, a debugger, and much more. 2.49
gnome/clutter Clutter A library for creating dynamic graphical user interfaces 1.22.0
gnome/clutter-gst clutter-gst Clutter-GStreamer bridge 2.0.14
gnome/clutter-gtk clutter-gtk Clutter-GTK+ bridge 1.6.0
gnu/cobol cobol COBOL-to-C compiler 1.1
gnome/cogl Cogl An OpenGL abstraction layer 1.20.0
gnu/combine combine GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard "join" utility. Unlike "join", any number of files may be merged based on the matches found. combine also has other advanced features, such as date parsing and directory traversal. 0.4.0
gnu/commoncpp Common C++ GNU Common C++ is an portable, optimized class framework for threaded applications, supporting concurrent synchronization, inter-process communications via sockets, and various methods for data handling, such as serialization and XML parsing. It includes the uCommon C++ library, a smaller reimplementation. 1.8.1
gnu/complexity Complexity GNU complexity provides tools for finding procedures that are convoluted, overly long or otherwise difficult to understand. This may help in learning or reviewing unfamiliar code or perhaps highlighting your own code that seemed comprehensible when you wrote it. 1.10
gnu/coreutils Coreutils GNU Coreutils includes all of the basic command-line tools that are expected in a POSIX system. These provide the basic file, shell and text manipulation functions of the GNU system. Most of these tools offer extended functionality beyond that which is outlined in the POSIX standard. 8.25
gnu/cpio Cpio GNU cpio copies files into or out of cpio or tar archives. Indeed, many formats are supported, including legacy formats. The format is determined automatically by the program and is handled appropriately. Furthermore, the location of the archive is not important. It can be another file on the drive, a tape, or data on a pipe. 2.12
gnu/cppi Cppi GNU Cppi processes C source code files to properly indent the preprocessor directives to reflect their nesting. It also performs other standardizations, such as correcting the number of spaces between directives and the text following them. 1.18
gnu/cssc CSSC GNU CSSC provides a replacement for the legacy Unix source code control system SCCS. This allows old code still under that system to be accessed and migrated on modern systems. 1.4.0
gnu/cursynth Cursynth GNU cursynth is a polyphonic synthesizer that runs graphically in the terminal. It is built on a full-featured subtractive synthesis engine. Notes and parameter changes may be entered via MIDI or the computer keyboard. 1.5
gnu/dap Dap GNU Dap is a statistics and graphics package. It can read programs written for the proprietary statistics system SAS. Its syntax is similar to, but simpler than C, making performing most tasks relatively easy while still providing advanced graphical capabilities. 3.10
gnu/datamash datamash Perform basic numeric, textual and statistical operations on plain text files. Designed to work within standard pipelines without additional code. 1.1.0
gnome/dconf dconf A configuration database system 0.24.0
gnu/ddd DDD 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. 3.3.12
gnu/ddrescue Ddrescue GNU ddrescue is a fully automated data recovery tool. It copies data from one file to another, working to rescue data in case of read errors. The program also includes a tool for manipulating its log files, which are used to recover data more efficiently by only reading the necessary blocks. 1.21
gnu/dejagnu DejaGnu DejaGnu is a framework for testing software. In effect, it serves as a front-end for all tests written for a program. Thus, each program can have multiple test suites, which are then all managed by a single harness. 1.6
gnu/denemo Denemo GNU Denemo is a music notation editor that provides a convenient interface to the powerful music engraving program Lilypond. Music can be typed in using the computer keyboard, played in using a MIDI keyboard, or even input via a microphone connected to the sound card. The final product is publication-quality music notation that is continuously generated in the background while you work. 2.0.8
gnu/dico Dico GNU Dico implements a flexible dictionary server and client according to RFC 2229 (DICT Server). It is able to access any database available, regardless of format, thanks to its modular structure. New modules may be written in C, Guile or Python. Dico also includes a command-line client, which may be used to query remote dictionary databases. 2.2
gnu/diction Style and Diction A package providing two classic Unix commands, style and diction. Diction is used to identify wordy and commonly misused phrases in a body of text. Style instead analyzes surface aspects of a written work, such as sentence length and other readability measures. 1.11
gnu/diffutils Diffutils GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences between files. The "diff" command is used to show how two files differ, while "cmp" shows the offsets and line numbers where they differ. "diff3" allows you to compare three files. Finally, "sdiff" offers an interactive means to merge two files. 3.3
gnu/dionysus Dionysus GNU Dionysus is a convenient system for quickly retrieving the values of mathematical constants used in science and engineering. Values can be searched using a simple command-line tool, choosing from three databases: universal constants, atomic numbers, and constants related to semiconductors. 1.3.0
gnu/direvent Direvent A daemon that monitors directories for events, such as creating, deleting or modifying files. It can monitor different sets of directories for different events. When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified external program with information about the event, such as the location within the file system where it occurred. Thus, "direvent" provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example, to track changes in important system configuration files. 5.0
gnu/dominion Dominion GNU Dominion is a multi-player world simulation game. In it, each player rules a nation and must maintain their nation in the face of competition from the other players. Players must make political, economical, military and diplomatic decisions in order for their nations to survive. This game is intended to be played by players all with access to the same computer system. 2.8.2
gnu/easejs ease.js ease.js is a classical object-oriented framework for JavaScript, intended to eliminate boilerplate code and ease the transition to JavaScript from other object-oriented languages. 0.2.7
gnu/ed Ed Ed is a line-oriented text editor: rather than offering an overview of a document, ed performs editing one line at a time. It can be executed both interactively and via shell scripts. Its method of command input allows complex tasks to be performed in an automated way. GNU ed offers several extensions over the standard utility. 1.13
gnu/edma EDMA GNU EDMA is a development environment that combines ideas from both object-oriented programming and component-based systems. It is used to build modular, evolving applications as well as reusable components. EDMA provides a convenient means to build object-oriented programs in C without requiring C++. Also, it has a unique component system, unlike other free software component-based systems which imitate the design of proprietary counterparts. It includes a graphical wizard, gidfwizard, a tool for building GNU EDMA Interface definition files and to create skeleton files necessary to build EDMA classes, and a graphical class browser, gecb. 0.18.6
gnu/electric Electric GNU Electric is a CAD program for designing electrical circuits, handling custom IC layout, schematic drawing and hardware description language specifications. Several CAD operations are supported, such as rule checking and simulation. Many different types of designs can be produced and input or output in a wide variety of formats. 9.06
gnu/emacs Emacs GNU Emacs is an extensible and highly customizable text editor. It is based on an Emacs Lisp interpreter with extensions for text editing. Emacs has been extended in essentially all areas of computing, giving rise to a vast array of packages supporting, e.g., email, IRC and XMPP messaging, spreadsheets, remote server editing, and much more. Emacs includes extensive documentation on all aspects of the system, from basic editing to writing large Lisp programs. It has full Unicode support for nearly all human languages. 24.5
gnu/emacs-muse Emacs Muse Muse is an authoring and publishing environment for GNU Emacs. It supports entering text in a convenient and easy-to-learn format. Later, your documents may be published in a variety of different formats, such as HTML, LaTeX or PDF. Muse supports projects consisting of several documents, which are properly merged according to the output format. 3.20
gnu/emms EMMS EMMS is the Emacs Multimedia System. It is a small front-end which can control one of the supported external players. Thus, it supports whatever formats are supported by your music player. It also supports tagging and playlist management, all behind a clean and light user interface. 4.0
gnu/enscript Enscript GNU Enscript is a program to convert ASCII text files to PostScript, HTML or RTF formats, to be stored in files or sent immediately to a printer. It also includes the capability to perform syntax highlighting for several different programming languages. 1.6.6
gnustep/enterprise EnterpriseControlConfigurationLogging Classes for building and administering 24*7 server processes for large scale software systems. 1.1.3
gnu/fdisk GNU fdisk GNU fdisk provides a GNU version of the common disk partitioning tool fdisk. fdisk is used for the creation and manipulation of disk partition tables, and it understands a variety of different formats. 2.0.0a1
gnu/ferret Ferret GNU Ferret is a graphical data modeler for the Entity/Relationship paradigm. It can automatically create relational schemas from the data models and it can be used to generate SQL statements in a variety of dialects. 0.7
gnu/findutils Findutils Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of the GNU system. It consists of two primary searching utilities: "find" recursively searches for files in a directory according to given criteria and "locate" lists files in a database that match a query. Two auxiliary tools are included: "updatedb" updates the file name database and "xargs" may be used to apply commands with arbitrarily long arguments. 4.6.0
gnu/fisicalab FĂ­sicaLab GNU FisicaLab is an educational application for solving physics problems. Its main objective is allow the user to focus on physics concepts, leaving aside the mathematical details. 0.3.5
gnu/foliot foliot GNU Foliot is a small and easy to use time keeping application 0.9.6-beta
gnu/fontopia fontopia Fontopia is an easy-to-use, text-based, console font editor. What this means in simple English is that you can edit the fonts that your GNU/Linux kernel is using to display your text on text-based (vs graphical) terminals. 1.2
gnu/fontutils Fontutils GNU Fontutils is a collection of programs for handling fonts. Bitmaps can be extracted from scanned images of characters, edited, and converted into outline fonts. In general, Fontutils supports the font formats supported by the TeX typesetting environment, including PostScript Type 1 fonts. 0.7
gnu/freedink FreeDink GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood. It supports not only the original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or "D-Mods". To that extent, it also includes a front-end for managing all of your D-Mods. 108.4
gnu/freefont FreeFont GNU FreeFont is a collection of scalable outline fonts that are suitable for general computer use and for desktop publishing. A serif, a sans serif and a monospace font are included, all available in both TrueType and OpenType formats. The fonts support a broad range of characters for many different writing systems, and have excellent coverage of mathematical notation. 20120503
gnu/freeipmi FreeIPMI GNU FreeIPMI is a collection of in-band and out-of-band IPMI software in accordance with the IPMI v1.5/2.0 specification. These programs provide a set of interfaces for platform management. Common functionality includes sensor monitoring, system event monitoring, power control and serial-over-LAN. 1.5.2
gnu/freetalk Freetalk GNU Freetalk is a command-line Jabber/XMPP chat client. It notably uses the Readline library to handle input, so it features convenient navigation of text as well as tab-completion of buddy names, commands and English words. It is also scriptable and extensible via Guile. 3.2
gnu/fribidi FriBidi GNU FriBidi is an implementation of the Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm. This algorithm is used to properly display text in left-to-right or right-to-left ordering as necessary. 0.19.6
gnu/gama Gama GNU Gama is a program for the adjustment of geodetic networks. It is useful in measurements where Global Positioning System (GPS) is not available, such as underground. It features the ability to adjust in local Cartesian coordinates as well as partial support for adjustments in global coordinate systems. 1.17
gnu/garpd Gratuitous ARP Daemon GNU garpd broadcasts Gratuitous ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) requests/replies for a list of MAC address <-> IP address mappings on specified interfaces at regular intervals. Gratuitous ARP request packets are those where the source and the destination IPs are both the IP of the requesting machine. Gratuitous ARP replies are those which are not made to a corresponding request. 0.2.0
gnu/gawk Gawk Gawk is the GNU implementation of Awk, a specialized programming language for the easy manipulation of formatted text, such as tables of data. Gawk features many extensions beyond the traditional implementation, including network access, sorting, and large libraries. 4.1.3
gnu/gcal gcal Gcal is a program to calculate and print calendars on the command-line. Calendars can be printed in 1-month, 3-month or whole-year views. In addition, eternal holiday lists can be generated for many countries, which can be complemented by user-made lists of fixed dates to make an agenda. Gcal can also calculate astronomical data, such as the phases of the moon, and supports alternative calendar formats: Julian, Gregorian, Islamic, Chinese and more. 4
gnu/gcc The GNU Compiler Collection GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection. It provides compiler front-ends for several languages, including C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, Ada, and Go. It also includes runtime support libraries for these languages. 6.1.0
gnu/gcide Collaborative International Dictionary of English GCIDE is a free dictionary based on a combination of sources. It can be used via the GNU Dico program or accessed online at http://gcide.gnu.org.ua/ 0.51
gnu/gcl Common Lisp GCL is an implementation of the Common Lisp language. It features the ability to compile to native object code and to load native object code modules directly into its lisp core. It also features a stratified garbage collection strategy, a source-level debugger and a built-in interface to the Tk widget system. 2.6.12
gnu/gcompris GCompris GCompris is a suite of educational software for children. It features a variety of activities suitable for kids aged 2 to 10 years old. The suite includes activities to introduce and develop skills in computer use, algebra, science, reading and more. It also features some games such as chess and sudoku. 15.02
gnome/gconf GConf A configuration database system 3.2.6
gnome/gcr Gcr A crypto UI library 3.15.92
gnu/gdb GDB GDB is the GNU debugger. With it, you can monitor what a program is doing while it runs or what it was doing just before a crash. It allows you to specify the runtime conditions, to define breakpoints, and to change how the program is running to try to fix bugs. It can be used to debug programs written in C, C++, Ada, Objective-C, Pascal and more. 7.11
gnu/gdbm dbm GDBM is a library for manipulating hashed databases. It is used to store key/value pairs in a file in a manner similar to the Unix dbm library and provides interfaces to the traditional file format. 1.12
gnome/gdk-pixbuf Gdk-Pixbuf A library for displaying images in GTK widgets 2.31.5
gnu/gecb GECB A graphical class browser for GNU EDMA 0.8.4
gnu/gengen Gengen GNU Gengen is a program to generate text-generators, i.e., functions producing text with variable sections. The text is first specified by the user in a template file containing parameters, then processed by gengen to create the text-generator. At runtime, the variable text is defined by the rest of the program and passed to the text-generator, which then substitutes it into the template parameters and returns the result. Gengen can be used to generate C and C++ code. 1.4.2
gnu/gengetopt Gengetopt GNU Gengetopt is a program to generate a C/C++ function for parsing command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc, removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept many options. The options parsed by the generated function may be in both short (e.g., "-h") and long ("--help") formats, as specified by the GNU coding standards. Additionally, the output of the standard options "--help" and "--version" is generated automatically. 2.22.6
gnu/gettext gettext GNU Gettext is a package providing a framework for translating the textual output of programs into multiple languages. It provides translators with the means to create message catalogs, as well as an Emacs mode to work with them, and a runtime library to load translated messages from the catalogs. Nearly all GNU packages use Gettext. 0.19.7
gnu/gforth Gforth Gforth is a fast and portable implementation of the ANSI Forth language. It includes an editing mode for Emacs and an interpreter featuring completion and history. A generic virtual machine environment, vmgen, is also included. 0.7.3
gnu/ggradebook gradebook GNU Gradebook is an application for teachers for tracking student grades. It supports several grading styles, including American (A, B, C, D, F) and European numeric scales. 0.91
gnu/ghostscript Ghostscript Ghostscript is an interpreter for the PostScript language and the PDF file format. It also includes a C library that implements the graphics capabilities of the PostScript language. It supports a wide variety of output file formats and printers. 9.14.0
gnu/gidfwizard Graphical IDF Wizard A tool to build GNU EDMA Interface Definition files 0.6.4
gnu/gift The GNU Image-Finding Tool The GNU Image-Finding Tool (GIFT) is a Content Based Image Retrieval System. It uses the content of images to perform queries on a collection, enabling you to query by example. Also, a tool to index whole directory trees is included. 0.1.14
gnu/gimp GNU Image Manipulation Program GIMP is an application for image manipulation tasks such as photo retouching, composition and authoring. It supports all common image formats as well as specialized ones. It features a highly customizable interface that is extensible via a plugin system. 2.8.14
gnu/gjdoc gjdoc A documentation generation framework for Java source files 0.7.9
gnome/glade Glade A graphical user interface design tool for GTK 3.18.3
gnu/gleem gleem GNU gleem is a library for Java and C++ offering a set of 3D widgets that support direct user interaction with a 3D scene. These widgets are used to translate along a line, translate in a plane, and do three-dimensional translation and rotation. 1.2.1
gnome/glib GLib The GNOME general purpose utility library 2.44.1
gnu/global GLOBAL GLOBAL is a source code tagging system that functions in the same way across a wide array of environments, such as different text editors, shells and web browsers. The resulting tags are useful for quickly moving around in a large, deeply nested project. 6.5.4
gnu/glpk GNU Linear Programming Kit GLPK is a C library for solving large-scale linear programming (LP), mixed integer programming (MIP), and other related problems. It supports the GNU MathProg modeling language, a subset of the AMPL language, and features a translator for the language. In addition to the C library, a stand-alone LP/MIP solver is included in the package. 4.60
gnu/gmediaserver GMediaServer GMediaServer is a UPnP-compatible media server. It serves audio and video files to network-connected media players via a command-line program that runs in the background. 0.13.0
gnu/gmp GNU MP GMP is a library for arbitrary precision arithmetic, operating on signed integers, rational numbers and floating point numbers. The precision is only limited by the available memory. The library is highly optimized, with a design focus on execution speed. It is aimed at use in, for example, cryptography and computational algebra. 6.1.0
gnu/gnans gnans Gnans is a program (and language) for the numerical study of deterministic and stochastic dynamical systems. The dynamical systems may evolve in continuous or discrete time. Gnans loads a system, a definition of a dynamical system in a special, equation oriented language. The description consists of declarations of states etc, and equations describing the dynamics of the system. As an advanced feature, arbitrary C++-code may also be contained in the system description. Gnans sorts the equations, translates them into C++, which is subsequently compiled and linked into the running program. It is then able to solve the system equations numerically with the speed of a compiled (as opposite to interpreted) program. 1.6.2
gnu/gnash Gnash Gnash is a free Flash movie player. It supports SWF version v7 and some of v8 and v9. It is possible to configure Gnash to use several different audio or video backends, ensuring good performance. 0.8.10
gnu/gnats GNATS GNATS is a set of tools for tracking bugs and other user-reported software issues. It is completely open-ended in how its database may be queried, edited and maintained, featuring interfaces ranging from the command-line to Emacs, though the main means of interaction is via its web interface. It is also flexible enough to support user-made utilities. 4.2.0
gnu/gnatsweb Gnatsweb Gnatsweb is the web interface to GNATS, the GNU bugtracking system. It provides a convenient means for working remotely with a GNATS database. 4.00
gnome/gnome-desktop gnome-desktop A GNOME system library 3.16.1
gnome/gnome-keyring GNOME Keyring GNOME keyring client 3.16.0
gnome/gnome-vfs GnomeVFS The GNOME virtual file system 2.24.4
gnu/gnu-c-manual The GNU C Reference Manual This is a reference manual for the C programming language, as implemented by the GNU C Compiler (gcc). As a reference, it is not intended to be a tutorial of the language. Rather, it outlines all of the constructs of the language. Library functions are not included. 0.2.4
gnu/gnu-pw-mgr gnu-pw-mgr This program is designed to make it easy to reconstruct difficult passwords when they are needed while limiting the risk of attack. The user of this program inputs a self-defined transformation of a web site URL and obtains the password and user name hint for that web site. 2.0
gnu/gnuastro gnuastro Astronomy applications 0.0
gnu/gnubatch GNUbatch GNUbatch is an advanced batch scheduling system. It executes computational jobs at specified dates and times or according to interdependencies. The jobs may be completed on any number of processors shared across a network. Full access-control of the jobs is supported. 1.11
gnu/gnubg Backgammon The GNU backgammon application can be used for playing, analyzing and teaching the game. It has an advanced evaluation engine based on artificial neural networks suitable for both beginners and advanced players. In addition to a command-line interface, it also features an attractive, 3D representation of the playing board. 1.05.000
gnu/gnubiff gnubiff GNUbiff is a program that checks for mail and notifies you when new messages arrive. It supports multiple mailboxes which may be accessed via a variety of methods such as POP3, IMAP, MH and mailfiles. Graphical notifications are provided with GTK and complete integration with GNOME is supported. 2.2.16
gnu/gnubik Gnubik GNUbik is a puzzle game in which you must manipulate a cube to make each of its faces have a uniform color. The game is customizable, allowing you to set the size of the cube (the default is 3x3) or to change the colors. You may even apply photos to the faces instead of colors. The game is scriptable with Guile. 2.4.2
gnu/gnucap Gnucap GNUcap is a circuit analysis package. It offers a general purpose circuit simulator and can perform DC and transient analyses, fourier analysis and AC analysis. The engine is designed to do true mixed-mode simulation. 0.35
gnu/gnucash GnuCash GnuCash is personal and professional financial-accounting software. It can be used to track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses, based on the double-entry accounting practice. It includes support for QIF/OFX/HBCI import and transaction matching. It also automates several tasks, such as financial calculations or scheduled transactions. 2.6.12
gnu/gnudos GnuDOS GnuDOS is a set of programs designed to help new users of the GNU system in growing accustomed to the system, particularly users who might be coming from a DOS background. It consists of a file manager, a text editor and a form designer for the console as well as a core library for building similar utilities. 1.8
gnu/gnue-appserver GNU Enterprise Appserver A data-aware application server 0.5.3
gnu/gnue-common GNU Enterprise Common A common library for GNU Enterprise 0.6.9
gnu/gnue-designer GNU Enterprise Designer An enterprise data form IDE 0.5.7
gnu/gnue-forms GNU Enterprise Forms A data-aware user forms interface 0.6.3
gnu/gnue-navigator GNU Enterprise Navigator A menuing system for GNU Enterprise Forms and Reports 0.1.0
gnu/gnue-reports GNU Enterprise Reports A data reporting system 0.2.0
gnu/gnugo Go GNU Go is a program that plays the game of Go, in which players place stones on a grid to form territory or capture other stones. While it can be played directly from the terminal, rendered in ASCII characters, it is also possible to play GNU Go with 3rd party graphical interfaces or even in Emacs. It supports the standard game storage format (SGF, Smart Game Format) and inter-process communication format (GMP, Go Modem Protocol). 3.8
gnu/gnuit GNU Interactive Tools The GNU Interactive Tools are a set of lightweight, interactive command-line tools. They include an extensible, orthodox (two-pane) file manager, an ASCII/hex file viewer, and a process viewer/killer. The package also includes some related utilities and scripts, such as a tool to decompress any type of archive file. All the tools can be enhanced and extended through their configuration files to perform new commands. 4.9.5
gnu/gnujump GNUjump GNUjump is a simple, yet addictive game in which you must jump from platform to platform to avoid falling, while the platforms drop at faster rates the higher you go. The game features multiplayer, unlimited FPS, smooth floor falling, themeable graphics and sounds, and replays. 1.0.8
gnu/gnumach Mach GNU Mach is the microkernel around which GNU Hurd is based. It provides an Inter Process Communication mechanism that the Hurd uses to define interfaces for implementing standard kernel services in a distributed, multi-server manner. 1.7
gnustep/gnumail GNUMail GNUMail is a fully featured e-mail application made with GNUstep. It uses Pantomime as its backend, so it supports POP3, IMAP and local mailboxes. 1.2.2
gnome/gnumeric Gnumeric A GTK+-based spreadsheet program 1.12.22
gnu/gnump3d GNUMP3d GNUMP3d is a streaming server for MP3s and OGG vorbis audio files, movies, and other media formats. It is small and self-contained, presenting a simple, themeable HTML interface. The audio files can then be played in any player that supports streaming over HTTP. 3.0
gnu/gnun GNUnited Nations GNUnited Nations is a build system for translating the web site at www.gnu.org. It works via template files, which allow changes to be merged into individual translations of a page, from which the final HTML is generated. In effect, this helps to keep all translations of a page up-to-date. 0.10
gnu/gnunet GNUnet GNUnet is a framework for secure, peer-to-peer networking. It works in a decentralized manner and does not rely on any notion of trusted services. One service implemented on it is censorship-resistant file-sharing. Communication is encrypted and anonymity is provided by making messages originating from a peer indistinguishable from those that the peer is routing. The package includes gnunet-gtk, which provides a GTK+ graphical user interface to the GNUnet service. 0.10.1
gnu/gnunet-fuse GNUnet-fuse A FUSE filesystem client for GNUnet 0.10.0
gnu/gnunet-gtk GNUnet-gtk GNUnet GTK+ interface 0.10.1
gnu/gnupg GnuPG The GNU Privacy Guard is a complete implementation of the OpenPGP standard. It is used to encrypt and sign data and communication. It features powerful key management and the ability to access public key servers. It includes several libraries: libassuan (IPC between GnuPG components), libgpg-error (centralized GnuPG error values), and libskba (working with X.509 certificates and CMS data). 2.1.12
gnu/gnupod GNUpod GNUpod is a collection of scripts for using iPods with GNU/Linux and other operating systems. It can be used for transferring music and cover art, searching files, removing files, editing tags, creating playlists and more. 0.99.8
gnu/gnuprologjava Prolog for Java GNU Prolog for Java is an implementation of the ISO Prolog standard as a Java library (gnu.prolog). Thus, with it you can use Prolog from within Java programs. 0.2.6
gnu/gnuradio GNU Radio GNU Radio is a toolkit for implementing software radios. Its signal processing blocks can be combined with low-cost external RF hardware to create software-defined radios. Without hardware, it can be used for simulation. Radio applications are primarily written in Python, with C++ support for performance-critical processing tasks.
gnu/gnurobots Robots GNU Robots is a game in which you program a robot to explore a world full of enemies that can hurt it, obstacles and food to be eaten. The goal of the game is to stay alive and collect prizes. The robot program conveniently may be written in a plain text file in the Scheme programming language. 1.2.0
gnu/gnuschool gnuschool GNUschool is a web application for students, teachers and school administrators. With it, teachers can create tests for the students to take online, give feedback and assign grades. School administrators can use it to monitor student attendance and edit student information. 0.2
gnu/gnushogi Shogi GNU Shogi is a program that plays the game Shogi (Japanese Chess). It also includes a graphical interface to the game. While similar to standard chess, this variant is far more complicated. 1.4.2
gnu/gnusound GNUsound GNUsound is a multitrack sound editor for GNOME 1 and 2. It can read and write many audio file formats such as WAV, MP3 and FLAC. It can work with the OSS, ALSA or JACK audio backends. It provides many different built-in audio processing modules, such as fades in/out, delay, and filters. GLADSPA plugins may also be used for further processing. 0.7.5
gnu/gnuspeech gnuspeech gnuspeechsa makes it easy to produce high quality computer speech output, design new language databases, and create controlled speech stimuli for psychophysical experiments. The suite of programs uses a true articulatory model of the vocal tract and incorporates models of English rhythm and intonation based on extensive research that sets a new standard for synthetic speech. Based on a NeXT program, also available. 0.1.5
gnu/gnuspool GNUspool GNUspool is an advanced print spooling system. In addition to the functionality of the standard printing system, it provides post-processing capabilities, form type handling, alignment pages and other features. It functions transparently on a network, sharing jobs on any host with printers on any other host. Several user different interfaces are available. 1.8
gnu/gnustandards GNU Coding Standards This package contains info documents outlining the GNU coding standards and information for GNU package maintainers. 2014-05-15
gnustep/gnustep-back GNUstep Backend GNUstep generic graphical backend 0.24.1
gnustep/gnustep-base GNUstep Base GNUstep foundation 1.24.9
gnustep/gnustep-corebase GNUstep CoreBase A GNUstep developer library, poorly named because it might be optional. 0.1.1
gnustep/gnustep-examples GNUstep examples GNUstep GUI examples, Calculator, Ink, a simple text processor, NSScreenTest, NSPanelTest, NSBrowserTest, NSImageTest, and more source not automatically made. Fractal viewer, GL example. 1.4.0
gnustep/gnustep-gui GNUstep GUI GNUstep graphical user interface class library 0.24.1
gnustep/gnustep-make GNUstep Make Gnustep Makefile package 2.6.8
gnustep/gnustep-ppd PPDs GNUstep printer PPDs 1.0.0
gnu/gnutls GnuTLS GnuTLS is a secure communications library implementing the SSL, TLS and DTLS protocols. It is provided in the form of a C library to support the protocols, as well as to parse and write X.5009, PKCS 12, OpenPGP and other required structures. 3.5.0
gnu/gnutrition GNUtrition GNUtrition is a free nutrition analysis software. With it, one can keep track of the nutritional information of food. The software uses the Nutrient Database of Standard Reference of the US Department of Agriculture as a source of food nutrient information. 0.32
gnome/goffice goffice goffice is a library of document-centric objects and utilities for GNOME. 0.10.22
gnu/goptical Goptical Goptical is a library for optical design and simulation in C++. It provides model classes for optical components, surfaces and materials. With it, one can simulate building an optical system by creating and placing optical components in a 3d space, and visualize light propagating through the system. 1.0
gnustep/gorm Gorm Gorm, the "Graphical Object Relationship Modeller" is a graphical interface builder for GNUstep. It makes designing graphical user interfaces intuitive by allowing widgets to be dragged and dropped into place. It also features powerful inspectors and interoperability with the GNUstep ProjectCenter. 1.2.22
gnu/gpa gpa gpa is a graphical frontend to GnuPG. 0.9.9
gnu/gpaint Paint GNU Paint is a simple, easy-to-use paint program for the GNOME environment. It supports drawing freehand as well as basic shapes and text. It features cut-and-paste for irregular regions or polygons. 0.3.3
gnu/gperf gperf gperf is a perfect hash function generator. For a given list of strings, it produces a hash function and hash table in C or C++ code. That the hash function is perfect means that no collisions can exist and that look-ups can be made by single string comparisons. 3.0.4
gnu/gpgme gpgme GPGME is the standard library to access GnuPG functions from programming languages. 1.6.0
gnu/gprolog Prolog GNU Prolog is a standards-compliant Prolog compiler with constraint solving over finite domains. It accepts Prolog+ constraint programs and produces a compiled, native binary which can function in a stand-alone manner. It also features an interactive interpreter. 1.4.4
gnu/grabcomics phpGrabComics phpGrabComics is a program that fetches and saves comic strips from the web. It features both a server, which can download strips from different sources, and ports, tiny applications which get the list of available comics from the server. 1.5.4
gnu/greg Greg GNU Greg is a framework for testing programs and libraries. It provides a single front-end for all tests of a package as well as a simple framework for writing the tests. It is loaded as a Guile module into any software with an embedded Guile interpreter. It also provides a compiled module that may be dynamically linked into Guile to permit testing external programs. 1.4
gnu/grep grep grep is a tool for finding text inside files. Text is found by matching a pattern provided by the user in one or many files. The pattern may be provided as a basic or extended regular expression, or as fixed strings. By default, the matching text is simply printed to the screen, however the output can be greatly customized to include, for example, line numbers. GNU grep offers many extensions over the standard utility, including, for example, recursive directory searching. 2.25
gnu/gretl gretl GNU Gretl is a package for performing statistical computations for econometrics. It consists of both a command-line client and a graphical client. It features a variety of estimators such as least-squares and maximum likelihood; several time series methods such as ARIMA and GARCH; limited dependent variables such as logit, probit and tobit; and a powerful scripting language. It can output models as LaTeX files. It also may be linked to GNU R and GNU Octave for further data analysis. 1.9.13
gnu/groff Troff Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text. It is usually the formatter of "man" documentation pages. 1.22.3
gnu/grub GRUB GRUB is a multiboot bootloader. It is used for initially loading the kernel of an operating system and then transferring control to it. The kernel then goes on to load the rest of the operating system. As a multiboot bootloader, GRUB handles the presence of multiple operating systems installed on the same computer; upon booting the computer, the user is presented with a menu to select one of the installed operating systems. 2.00
gnu/gsasl SASL GNU SASL is an implementation of the Simple Authentication and Security Layer framework. On network servers such as IMAP or SMTP servers, SASL is used to handle client/server authentication. This package contains both a library and a command-line tool to access the library. 1.8.0
gnu/gsegrafix GSEGrafix GSEGrafix is an application which produces high-quality graphical plots for science and engineering. Plots are specified via simple ASCII parameter files and data files and are presented in an anti-aliased GNOME canvas. The program supports rectangular two-dimensional plots, histograms, polar-axis plots and three-dimensional plots. Plots can be printed or saved to BMP, JPEG or PNG image formats. 1.0.6
gnu/gsl The GNU Scientific Library The GNU Scientific Library is a library for numerical analysis in C and C++. It includes a wide range of mathematical routines, with over 1000 functions in total. Subject areas covered by the library include: differential equations, linear algebra, Fast Fourier Transforms and random numbers. 2.1
gnu/gslip GNU Slip GNU Slip is a functional extension of the capabilities provided in the C++ Standard Template Library (STL) list and queue containers, though SLIP is not a replacement for the STL containers. SLIP data cells can be used in application-specific computations, among other enhancements. 1.0.2
gnu/gss Generic Security Service The GNU Generic Security Service provides a free implementation of the GSS-API specification. It provides a generic application programming interface for programs to access security services. Security services present a generic, GSS interface, with which the calling application interacts via this library, freeing the application developer from needing to know about the underlying security implementation. 1.0.3
gnu/gtick GTick GTick is a metronome application. It supports different meters, such as 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, etc. It also supports a wide range of speeds, from 10 to 1000 BPM. It provides a GTK+-based user interface and it can use both OSS and ALSA as the audio back-end. 0.5.4
gnome/gtk GTK+ A multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces 3.16.6
gnome/gtk2 GTK+ 2 A multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces 2.24.28
gnome/gtksourceview GtkSourceView A source code view widget 3.17.4
gnu/gtypist Typist GNU Typist is a universal typing tutor. It can be used to learn and practice touch-typing. Several tutorials are included; in addition to tutorials for the standard QWERTY layout, there are also tutorials for the alternative layouts Dvorak and Colemak, as well as for the numpad. Tutorials are primarily in English, however some in other languages are provided. 2.9.5
gnu/guile Guile Guile is the GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions, the official extension language of the GNU system. It is an implementation of the Scheme language which can be easily embedded in other applications to provide a convenient means of extending the functionality of the application without requiring the source code to be rewritten. 2.0.11
gnu/guile-clutter guile-clutter A Guile interface to the Clutter library 1.12.2
gnu/guile-dbi guile-dbi guile-dbi is a library for Guile that provides a convenient interface to SQL databases. Database programming with guile-dbi is generic in that the same programming interface is presented regardless of which database system is used. It currently supports MySQL, Postgres and SQLite3. 2.1.5
gnu/guile-gnome-gstreamer guile-gnome-gstreamer Guile bindings to the GStreamer audio framework 0.9.91
gnu/guile-gnome-platform guile-gnome-platform A Guile interface to GNOME development libraries 2.16.2
gnu/guile-gtk guile-gtk GTK+ language bindings for Guile 2.1
gnu/guile-gtksourceview guile-gtksourceview Guile bindings to the gtksourceview widget 1.8.0
gnu/guile-ncurses guile-ncurses guile-ncurses provides Guile language bindings for the ncurses library. 1.7
gnu/guile-opengl Guile-OpenGL Guile-OpenGL is a library for Guile that provides bindings to the OpenGL graphics API. 0.1.0
gnu/guile-rpc Guile-RPC GNU Guile-RPC is an implementation of the Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Call (ONC RPC) protocol and its underlying binary data format, XDR, for the Guile Scheme programming language. 0.4
gnu/guile-sdl Guile-SDL Guile-SDL is a set of bindings to the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL). With them, Guile programmers can have easy access to graphics, sound and device input (keyboards, joysticks, mice, etc.). 0.5.2
gnu/gurgle GURGLE GURGLE produces database report listings from record and field information from a file. It uses the report to produce (La)TeX-formatted output, plain ASCII text, troff, PostScript, HTML, XML, or any other ASCII-based output format. It may be used for producing large bodies of text where small parts of the text are substituted with information from the database. GURGLE supports GNUSQL, PostgreSQL, MySQL and CA-Ingres databases. 1.61
gnu/gv GV GNU GV is a graphical user interface to the Ghostscript interpreter. With it, one can view and navigate through PostScript and PDF documents in X Windows. 3.7.4
gnu/gvpe Virtual Private Ethernet The GNU Virtual Private Ethernet creates a virtual network with multiple nodes using a variety of transport protocols. It works by creating encrypted host-to-host tunnels between multiple endpoints. 2.25
gnustep/gworkspace GWorkspace A file manager for GNUstep 0.9.3
gnu/gxmessage gxmessage GNU gxmessage is a program that pops up dialog windows, which display a message to the user and waits for their action. The program then exits with an exit code corresponding to the response. 3.4.3
gnu/gzip Gzip GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the typical extension is ".gz". Unlike the "zip" format, it compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with "tar", resulting in ".tar.gz" or ".tgz", etc. 1.8
gnu/halifax-sender HaliFAX Sender A program or sending faxes 0.4.2
gnu/halifax-viewer HaliFAX Viewer A program for viewing faxes 0.22.0
gnu/hello Hello GNU Hello prints the message "Hello, world!" and then exits. It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices. As such, it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on. 2.10
gnu/help2man help2man GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard "--help" and "--version" command-line arguments into a manual page automatically. 1.47.4
gnu/hp2xx hp2xx GNU hp2xx converts vector graphics specified in the HP-GL plotter language into a variety of graphical formats, both vector- and raster-based, including EPS, PCX, IMG, and formats intended for use within TeX documents. 3.4.4
gnu/httptunnel httptunnel GNU httptunnel creates a bidirectional data path tunneled in HTTP requests. This allows users behind firewalls to send and receive data that would otherwise be blocked, such as telnet or ssh connections. 3.3
gnu/hurd hurd kernel of the GNU system 0.8
gnu/hyperbole Hyperbole Hyperbole is a programmable information and hypertext system for GNU Emacs. It allows hypertext to be embedded within documents, mail messages and news articles. This permits mouse-based control of the displayed information. 5.0.5
gnu/icecat IceCat IceCat is the GNU version of the Firefox browser. It is entirely free software, which does not recommend non-free plugins and addons. It also features built-in privacy-protecting features. 38.8.0
gnu/idutils ID Utils The GNU idutils package includes tools to create an index of textual tokens used in a list of file names and then to query that index. Thus, it allows the user to, for example, find all the uses of a particular function in a large programming project. In addition to handling textual tokens, it can also handle numeric constants and the contents of character strings. 4.6
gnu/ignuit Ignuit Ignuit is a tool for aiding in the memorization of new information based on the Leitner flashcard system. In this system, new cards are studied with decreasing frequency as they grow older, unless you encounter difficulty memorizing them, after which you encounter them more often. Cards can include embedded audio, images and mathematical formulae and a card collection can be exported to several formats. 2.24.2
gnu/indent Indent Indent is a program that makes source code easier to read by reformatting it in a consistent style. It can change the style to one of several different styles such as GNU, BSD or K&R. It has some flexibility to deal with incomplete or malformed syntax. GNU indent offers several extensions over the standard utility. 2.2.10
gnu/inetlib inetlib A Java library of clients for common internet protocols 1.1.2
gnu/inetutils Inetutils Inetutils is a collection of common network programs, such as an ftp client and server, a telnet client and server, and an rsh client and server. 1.9.4
gnu/intlfonts Intlfonts GNU intlfonts contains free X11 fonts in the BDF and TrueType formats. They notably cover a large number of characters from different writing systems: European, Asian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Ethiopic and others. 1.2.1
gnome/intltool intltool An internationalization tool collection 0.50.2
gnu/jacal JACAL GNU JACAL is an interactive symbolic mathematics program based on Scheme. It manipulate and simplify a range of mathematical expressions such as equations, scalars, vectors, and matrices. 1c4
gnu/java-getopt Java getopt java-getopt provides a Java port of the GNU getopt function from glibc. It supports parsing both long and short command-line arguments in a flexible manner, which is completely compatible with the C version. 1.0.14
gnu/jel JEL GNU JEL is a library that lets a program accept user-defined expressions to be entered and evaluated at runtime. In fact, the expressions are compiled by JEL to Java bytecode to avoid the performance penalty of adding interpreted expressions to an already-interpreted language. 2.1.1
gnome/json-glib JSON-GLib A JSON reader/writer using glib 1.0.4
gnu/jwhois JWHOIS GNU jwhois is a client for the WHOIS protocol, which allows you to query the owner of a domain name. The program uses an extensible configuration file to determine the most appropriate server to query and, upon success displays the result to the user, otherwise it can optionally redirect the query to another server. 4.0
gnu/kawa Kawa GNU Kawa is an implementation of the Scheme programming language that is built on top of the Java platform. It is thus conveniently integrated with Java and benefits from this by having a compiler, optional static typing, and so on. Kawa also serves as a framework for implementing other programming languages on the Java platform. Included in Kawa is qexo, a partial implementation of XQuery in Java. 2.1
gnu/leg Leg GNU Leg is a set of libraries for game engines and game development. In addition to the libraries, it also includes resource editors designed to make game creation easier. The package is designed to be generic and modular, supporting many different styles of games.
gnu/less less GNU less is a pager, a program that allows you to view large amounts of text in page-sized chunks. Unlike traditional pagers, it allows both backwards and forwards movement through the document. It also does not have to read the entire input file before starting, so it starts faster than most text editors. 481
gnu/libassuan libassuan A library implementing the Assuan IPC protocol 2.4.2
gnome/libbonobo Libbonobo CORBA interfaces 2.32.1
gnome/libbonoboui Libbonoboui User interface library for Bonobo 2.24.5
gnu/libc The GNU C Library The GNU C Library is the standard C library of the GNU system. It defines the system calls and other basic functionality necessary to write programs in the C language. It handles low-level functionality that communicates with the kernel, such as process and file management, as well as higher-level functionality such as string manipulation or command-line argument handling. 2.23
gnu/libcdio Compact Disc Input and Control Library The GNU Compact Disc Input and Control Library (libcdio) is a library for CD-ROM and CD image file access. It allows the developer to add CD access to an application without having to worry about the OS- and device-dependent properties of CD-ROM or the specific details of CD image formats. It includes pycdio, a Python interface to libcdio, and libcdio-paranoia, a library providing jitter-free and error-free audio extraction from CDs. 0.93
gnu/libcdio-paranoia libcdio-paranoia A library providing CD data extraction capabilities 10.2+0.93+1
gnu/libextractor Libextractor GNU libextractor is a library for extracting metadata from files. It supports a very large number of file formats, including audio files, document files, and archive files. Each file format is implemented as a plugin, so new formats can be added easily. The package also contains a command-line tool to extract metadata from a file and print the results. 1.3
gnu/libgcrypt Libgcrypt Libgcrypt is a general-purpose cryptographic library. It provides the standard cryptographic building blocks such as symmetric ciphers, hash algorithms, public key algorithms, large integer functions and random number generation. 1.7.0
gnome/libglade Libglade GNOME interface definition library 2.6.4
gnome/libgnome Libgnome User interface library for GNOME 2.32.1
gnome/libgnomecanvas libgnomecanvas GNOME canvas library 2.30.3
gnome/libgnomeui libgnomeui User interface library for GNOME 2.24.5
gnu/libgpg-error libgpg-error A library that defines common error values for GnuPG 1.22
gnome/libgsf libgsf libgsf is a library for working with structured-file formats. 1.14.33
gnu/libiconv libiconv libiconv provides an implementation of the iconv function for systems that lack it. iconv is used to convert between character encodings in a program. It supports a wide variety of different encodings. 1.14
gnu/libidn IDN Library libidn is a library implementing of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA specifications. These are used to encode and decode internationalized domain names. It includes native C, C# and Java libraries. 1.32
gnu/libksba Libksba A library for working with X.509 certificates and CMS data 1.3.4
gnu/libmatheval libmatheval GNU libmatheval is a library to parse and evaluate symbolic expressions input by the user as text. It can be loaded from both C and Fortran. The interpreter is flexible, supporting any number of variables of arbitrary names, decimal and symbolic constants, basic unary and binary operators, and elementary mathematical functions. It can also compute symbolic derivatives and output expressions to strings. 1.1.11
gnu/libmicrohttpd libmicrohttpd GNU libmicrohttpd is a small, embeddable HTTP server implemented as a C library. It makes it easy to run an HTTP server as part of another application. The library is fully HTTP 1.1 compliant. It can listen on multiple ports, supports four different threading models, and supports IPv6. It also features security features such as basic and digest authentication and support for SSL3 and TLS. 0.9.49
gnustep/libobjc2 libobjc Updated libobjc for some systems 1.7.2
gnu/librejs LibreJS LibreJS is an add-on for GNU Icecat and other Firefox-based browsers. It detects non-trivial and non-free JavaScript code from being loaded without your consent when you browse the web. JavaScript code that is free or trivial is allowed to be loaded. 6.0.13
gnu/libsigsegv libsigsegv GNU libsigsegv is a library to handle page faults, which occur when a program tries to access an unavailable region of memory, in user mode. By catching and handling page faults, the program can implement pageable virtual memory, stack overflow handlers, and so on. 2.10
gnu/libtasn1 Libtasn1 GNU libtasn1 is a library implementing the ASN.1 notation. It is used for transmitting machine-neutral encodings of data objects in computer networking, allowing for formal validation of data according to some specifications. 4.8
gnu/libtool Libtool GNU Libtool helps in the creation and use of shared libraries, by presenting a single consistent, portable interface that hides the usual complexity of working with shared libraries across platforms. 2.4.6
gnu/libunistring libunistring GNU libunistring is a library providing functions to manipulate Unicode strings and for manipulating C strings according to the Unicode standard. 0.9.6
gnu/libxmi Libxmi GNU libxmi is a library for rasterizing 2D vector graphics for C and C++. It supports drawing 2D primitives into a user-supplied matrix of pixels. It also supports the specification of sophisticated line styles such as multi-colored dashed patterns. Filling and texturing polygons is also supported. 1.2
gnu/lightning lightning GNU Lightning is a library that generates assembly language code at run-time. Thus, it is useful in creating Just-In-Time compilers. It abstracts over the target CPU by exposing a standardized RISC instruction set to the clients. 2.1.0
gnu/lilypond LilyPond GNU LilyPond is a music typesetter, which produces high-quality sheet music. Music is input in a text file containing control sequences which are interpreted by LilyPond to produce the final document. It is extendable with Guile. 2.19.24
gnu/linux-libre Linux Libre GNU Linux-Libre is a free (as in freedom) variant of the Linux kernel. It has been modified to remove all non-free binary blobs. 4.5
gnu/liquidwar6 Liquid War 6 GNU Liquid War 6 is a fast-paced, unique action game. Each player controls a blob of liquid with the goal of conquering the entire map. It has 13 levels by default and over 100 more with a bonus pack; new levels can be easily created using simple image files. 0.6.3902
gnu/lrzsz lrzsz GNU lrzsz is a communication package supporting the XMODEM, YMODEM and ZMODEM file transfer protocols. 0.12.20
gnu/lsh lsh GNU lsh is a free implementation of the SSH version 2 protocol. It is used to create a secure line of communication between two computers, providing shell access to the server system from the client. It provides both the server daemon and the client application, as well as tools for manipulating key files. 2.1
gnu/m4 M4 GNU M4 is an implementation of the M4 macro language, which features some extensions over other implementations, some of which are required by GNU Autoconf. It is used as a macro processor, which means it processes text, expanding macros as it encounters them. It also has some built-in functions, for example to run shell commands or to do arithmetic. 1.4.17
gnu/macchanger MAC Changer GNU MAC Changer is a utility for viewing and changing MAC addresses of networking devices. New addresses may be set explicitly or randomly. They can include MAC addresses of the same or other hardware vendors or, more generally, MAC addresses of the same category of hardware. 1.6.0
gnu/mailman Mailman GNU Mailman is software for managing email discussion and mailing lists. Both users and administrators generally perform their actions in a web interface, although email and command-line interfaces are also provided. The system features built-in archiving, automatic bounce processing, content filtering, digest delivery, and more. 2.1.22
gnu/mailutils Mailutils GNU Mailutils is a collection of programs for managing, viewing and processing electronic mail. It contains both utilities and server daemons and all operate in a protocol-agnostic way. The underlying libraries are also available, simplifying the addition of mail capabilities to new software. 2.2
gnu/make Make Make is a program that is used to control the production of executables or other files from their source files. The process is controlled from a Makefile, in which the developer specifies how each file is generated from its source. It has powerful dependency resolution and the ability to determine when files have to be regenerated after their sources change. GNU make offers many powerful extensions over the standard utility. 4.2
gnu/marst MARST GNU MARST is an Algol-to-C translator. The package consists of the translator itself, a library that contains the necessary Algol 60 procedures, and a converter that converts existing Algol 60 programs from other representations to the MARST representation. 2.7
gnu/maverik MAVERIK GNU MAVERIK is a development toolkit that supports 3D virtual environments and interaction with those environments. It sits on top of a low-level rendering engine that uses OpenGL or Mesa, and provides mechanisms to render different kinds of objects, to manage environments and to provide support for 3D interaction. 6.5
gnu/mc Midnight Commander GNU Midnight Commander is a command-line file manager laid out in a common two-pane format. In addition to standard file management tasks such as copying and moving, Midnight Commander also supports viewing the contents of RPM package files and other archives and managing files on other computers via FTP or FISH. It also includes a powerful text editor for opening text files. 4.6.1
gnu/mcron Mcron GNU Mcron is a complete replacement for Vixie cron. It is used to run tasks on a schedule, such as every hour or every Monday. Mcron is written in Guile, so its configuration can be written in Scheme; the original cron format is also supported. 1.0.8
gnu/mcsim MCSim GNU MCSim is a package to perform simulations. It supports statistical or deterministic simulation models via Monte Carlo stochastic simulations or dynamic, ODE-based simulations. It also can do Bayesian inference through Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulations. 5.6.5
gnu/mdk MIX Development Kit GNU MDK is the Mix Development Kit, an emulation of the pedagogical computer MIX and its assembly language MIXAL. MIX has a virtual CPU with standard features such as registers, memory cells, an overflow toggle, comparison flags, input-output devices, and a set of binary instructions. The package includes a compiler, a virtual machine, a GUI for the virtual machine, and more. 1.2.9
gnu/mediagoblin MediaGoblin GNU MediaGoblin is a free media publishing platform. It runs in a federalized manner, freeing the user from centralized web services. It supports pictures, videos and audio. 0.7.1
gnu/melting MELTING GNU MELTING computes the enthalpy, entropy and melting temperature of helix-coil transitions of a nucleic acid duplex. 5.2.0
gnu/metahtml Meta-HTML GNU MetaHTML is a server-side programming language designed for the World Wide Web. It has a syntax that is similar to HTML and Lisp. It provides a large function library, including support for sockets, image creation and connections to other programs. 5.091
gnu/mifluz Mifluz GNU mifluz is a C++ library to store a full-text inverted index. It stores the occurrences of words in a set of texts in such a way that they can later be searched. Upon searching for a word, the index returns the list of documents which contain that word. 0.26.0
gnu/mig MIG MIG is an interface generator for the Mach microkernel. It is used to support inter-process communication in the Hurd. It generates C code, which is then to be compiled and linked to the client and server programs. 1.7
gnu/miscfiles Miscfiles GNU Miscfiles is a collection of common data files. They include, for example, country abbreviations, names and capital cities; currency abbreviations and names; a Best Current Practices index; a map of the ASCII character set; a list of three-letter airport codes; and an English word list. 1.5
gnu/mit-scheme MIT/GNU Scheme GNU/MIT Scheme is an implementation of the Scheme programming language. It provides an interpreter, a compiler and a debugger. It also features an integrated Emacs-like editor and a large runtime library. 9.2
gnu/moe Moe GNU Moe is a powerful-but-simple-to-use text editor. It works in a modeless manner, and features an intuitive set of key-bindings that assign a degree of severity to each key; for example, key combinations with the Alt key are for harmless commands like cursor movements while combinations with the Control key are for commands that will modify the text. Moe features multiple windows, unlimited undo/redo, unlimited line length, global search and replace, and more. 1.8
gnu/motti Motti GNU Motti is a simple multiplayer strategy game played in a terminal. The objective of the game is to conquer enemy capitals by occupying and encircling territory. 3.1.0
gnu/mpc MPC GNU MPC is a C library for performing arithmetic on complex numbers. It supports arbitrarily high precision and it correctly rounds the results. 1.0.3
gnu/mpfr MPFR GNU MPFR is a C library for performing multiple-precision, floating-point computations with correct rounding. 3.1.4
gnu/mtools mtools GNU Mtools is a set of utilities for accessing MS-DOS disks from a GNU or Unix system. It supports long file names and multiple disk formats. It also supports some FAT-specific features such as volume labels and FAT-specific file attributes. 4.0.18
gnu/myserver MyServer GNU MyServer is a powerful web server that is straightforward to set up. It features a multi-threaded architecture, making it useful both in small networks and in large-scale sites. 0.11
gnu/nana Nana GNU Nana is a framework for adding assertion checking, logging and performance measurement to C and C++ programs. Operations can either be implemented directly in C or by generating debugger commands. Checking and logging features can be enabled or disabled at compile or runtime. 2.5
gnu/nano nano GNU Nano is a small and simple text editor. In addition to basic editing, it supports interactive search and replace, go to line and column number, auto-indentation and more. 2.5.3
gnu/nano-archimedes nano-archimedes nano-archimedes is a free package for the simulation of quantum systems. It is based on the Wigner equation, a formulation of quantum mechanics in terms of a phase-space which is mathematically equivalent to the Schroedinger equation. nano-archimedes implements the Wigner Monte Carlo method. The code can be easily extended to density functional theory (DFT) and time-dependent ab-initio simulations. 2.0
gnome/nautilus Nautilus The GNOME file browser 3.16.1
gnu/ncurses Ncurses GNU Ncurses is a library which provides capabilities to write text to a terminal in a terminal-independent manner. It supports pads and color as well as multiple highlights and forms characters. It is typically used to implement user interfaces for command-line applications. The accompanying ncursesw library provides wide character support. 6.0
gnustep/netclasses netclasses Netclasses is an asynchronous networking framework for GNUstep and such. Has built-in support for line-based protocols, IRC, and raw TCP/IP streams. It can also be used for synchronous connections but this is -not- its primary use. 1.1.0
gnu/nettle Nettle GNU Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library. It is designed to fit in easily in almost any context. It can be easily included in cryptographic toolkits for object-oriented languages or in applications themselves. 3.2
gnu/npth nPth nPth is a new implementation/replacement for the Portable Threads library Pth. 1.2
gnu/ocrad Ocrad GNU Ocrad is an optical character recognition program based on a feature extraction method. It can read images in PBM, PGM or PPM formats and it produces text in 8-bit or UTF-8 formats. 0.25
gnu/octave Octave GNU Octave is a high-level interpreted language that is specialized for numerical computations. It can be used for both linear and non-linear applications and it provides great support for visualizing results. Work may be performed both at the interactive command-line as well as via script files. 4.0.2
gnu/oleo Oleo GNU Oleo is a spreadsheet program. It offers both a terminal interface and a LessTif-based graphical user interface. It features familiar, Emacs-like keybindings. It supports many standard spreadsheet features such as macros and functions. 1.99.16
gnu/orgadoc OrgaDoc GNU OrgaDoc is a system for easily maintaining a pool of documents between computers. Documents are synchronized by rsync or unison; no database or HTTP server is required. 0.8
gnu/osip oSIP GNU oSIP is an implementation of the SIP protocol. It is used to provide multimedia and telecom software developers with an interface to initiate and control SIP sessions. 4.1.0
gnome/pango Pango A library for the layout and rendering of text 1.36.8
gnu/panorama Panorama GNU Panorama is a framework for producing 3D graphics. It can perform various effects, such as focal blur, arbitrary light sources, bump mapping, and several lighting effects. 0.18.01
gnustep/pantomime Pantomime Pantomime provides an e-mail framework, primarily for the GNUstep enviroment. It is an Objective-C library that provides access to local mailboxes, POP3 accounts and IMAP mailboxes. It also features functions for working with message objects and a full MIME encoder and decoder. Pantomime supports sending messages via a local mailer and an SMTP conduit. 1.2.2
gnu/parallel Parallel GNU Parallel is a tool for executing shell jobs in parallel using one or more computers. Jobs can consist of single commands or of scripts and they are executed on lists of files, hosts, users or other items. 20160522
gnu/parted Parted GNU Parted is a package for creating and manipulating disk partition tables. It includes a library and command-line utility. 3.2
gnu/patch patch Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences laid out as by the program "diff". The changes may be applied to one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file. It accepts several different diff formats. It may also be used to revert previously applied differences. 2.7.5
gnu/paxutils paxutils GNU paxutils is a suite of archive utilities. It contains versions of the cpio, tar and pax archivers. 2.4h
gnu/pcb PCB GNU PCB is an interactive tool for editing printed circuit board layouts. It features a rats-nest implementation, schematic/netlist import, and design rule checking. It also includes an autorouter and a trace optimizer; and it can produce photorealistic and design review images. 20110918
gnu/pem Pem GNU Pem is a simple tool for tracking personal income and expenses. It operates from the command line and it stores its data in a basic text format in your home directory. It can easily print reports of your spending on different expenses via a basic search feature. 0.7.9
gnustep/performance Performance Performance improvement and measuring classes for GNUstep 0.5.0
gnu/pexec pexec GNU pexec is a program for executing commands or shell scripts in parallel on one or many computers. As it works, execution parameters such as the environment variables or standard input, output and error can be varied. 1.0rc8
gnu/pies Pies GNU pies is a program that supervises the invocation and execution of other programs. It reads the list of programs to be started from its configuration file, executes them, and then monitors their status, re-executing them as necessary. 1.2
gnu/pinentry pinentry pinentry, needed for GNU Privacy Guard 0.9.7
gnu/plotutils plotutils GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics. It includes a library, "libplot", for C and C++ for exporting 2D vector graphics in many file formats. It also has support for 2D vector graphics animations. The package also contains command-line programs for plotting scientific data. 2.6
gnustep/project-center Project Center GNUstep project developer 0.6.2
gnu/proxyknife Proxyknife GNU proxyknife is a tool to validate free proxies from behind a firewall. The validation process is fully customizable to meet your needs. 1.7
gnu/pspp PSPP GNU PSPP is a statistical analysis program. It can perform descriptive statistics, T-tests, linear regression and non-parametric tests. It features both a graphical interface as well as command-line input. PSPP is designed to interoperate with Gnumeric, LibreOffice and OpenOffice. Data can be imported from spreadsheets, text files and database sources and it can be output in text, PostScript, PDF or HTML. 0.10.1
gnu/psychosynth Psychosynth GNU Psychosynth is an interactive, modular soft-synth. It emulates a 3D surface on which modules are placed and manipulated, generating and altering music. Psychosynth consists of a C++ library, a 3D interface and a command-line interface. 0.3.0
gnu/pth Pth GNU Pth is a portable library providing non-preemptive, priority-based scheduling for multiple execution threads. Each thread has its own program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable. Threads are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority and events. However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads ("pthreads") for backwards compatibility. 2.0.7
gnu/pycdio pycdio A Python interface to libcdio 0.20
gnu/pyconfigure pyconfigure GNU pyconfigure provides template files for easily implementing standards-compliant configure scripts and Makefiles for Python-based packages. It is designed to work alongside existing Python setup scripts, making it easy to integrate into existing projects. Powerful and flexible Autoconf macros are available, allowing you to easily make adjustments to the installation procedure based on the capabilities of the target computer. 0.2.3
gnu/r R R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. It provides a variety of statistical techniques, such as linear and nonlinear modeling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification and clustering. It also provides robust support for producing publication-quality data plots. A large amount of 3rd-party packages are available, greatly increasing its breadth and scope. 3.2.0
gnu/radius Radius Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be performed in a variety of ways, such as via "/etc/passwd" or credentials stored in an SQL database. 1.6.1
gnu/rcs RCS RCS is the original Revision Control System. It works on a file-by-file basis, in contrast to subsequent version control systems such as CVS, Subversion, and Git. This can make it suitable for system administration files, for example, which are often inherently local to one machine. 5.9.4
gnu/readline Readline The GNU readline library allows users to edit command lines as they are typed in. It can maintain a searchable history of previously entered commands, letting you easily recall, edit and re-enter past commands. It features both Emacs-like and vi-like keybindings, making its usage comfortable for anyone. 7.0-rc1
gnu/recutils Recutils GNU Recutils is a set of tools and libraries for creating and manipulating text-based, human-editable databases. Despite being text-based, databases created with Recutils carry all of the expected features such as unique fields, primary keys, time stamps and more. Many different field types are supported, as is encryption. 1.7
gnu/reftex RefTeX GNU RefTex is a package for implementing labels, references, citations and indices in LaTeX documents. It works by wrapping around four LaTeX macros: label, ref, cite and index. It automates the common tasks that normally are required when using these macros. 4.34
gnu/remotecontrol remotecontrol GNU Remotecontrol is a web application for managing IP-enabled HVAC thermostats and other building automation devices. The application can read data from and write data to multiple such devices. 2.0
gnustep/renaissance Renaissance An XML-based GUI-design system 0.9.0
gnu/rottlog Rot[t]log GNU Rot[t]log is a program for managing log files. It is used to automatically rotate out log files when they have reached a given size or according to a given schedule. It can also be used to automatically compress and archive such logs. Rot[t]log will mail reports of its activity to the system administrator. 0.72.2
gnu/rpge GNU Role Playing Game Engine The GNU Role Playing Game Engine provides an engine for creating two-dimensional, graphical role-playing games, providing, for example, a sprite-tiling grid, sprite rendering, and event handling. 0.0.3
gnu/rush Rush GNU Rush is a restricted user shell, for systems on which users are to be provided with only limited functionality or resources. Administrators set user rights via a configuration file which can be used to limit, for example, the commands that can be executed, CPU time, or virtual memory usage. 1.7
gnu/sather Sather GNU Sather is an object-oriented programming language similar to Eiffel. It is designed to be simple, efficient, safe, and non-proprietary. It features garbage collection, statically-checked strong typing, multiple inheritance, parameterized classes and more. This package consists of a compiler, a class library, the language specification and programming manual, and a browser for displaying sources and directed graphs of class inheritance. 1.2.3
gnu/sauce SAUCE An anti-spam SMTP mail filter 0.7.7
gnu/scm SCM GNU SCM is an implementation of Scheme. This implementation includes Hobbit, a Scheme-to-C compiler, which can generate C files whose binaries can be dynamically or statically linked with a SCM executable. 5f2
gnu/screen Screen GNU Screen is a terminal window manager that multiplexes a single terminal between several processes. The virtual terminals each provide features such as a scroll-back buffer and a copy-and-paste mechanism. Screen then manages the different virtual terminals, allowing you to easily switch between them, to detach them from the current session, or even splitting the view to show two terminals at once. 4.3.1
gnu/sed sed Sed is a non-interactive, text stream editor. It receives a text input from a file or from standard input and it then applies a series of text editing commands to the stream and prints its output to standard output. It is often used for substituting text patterns in a stream. The GNU implementation offers several extensions over the standard utility. 4.2.2
gnu/serveez Serveez GNU Serveez is a server framework providing the routines necessary to easily implement IP-based servers in your application. It demonstrates aspects of network programming in a portable manner, making it convenient for both simplifying the process of adding a server to your application or for learning about how network services work. Several example servers are provided already, such as an HTTP server and an IRC server. 0.2.2
gnu/sharutils Sharutils GNU sharutils is a package for creating and manipulating shell archives that can be readily emailed. A shell archive is a file that can be processed by a Bourne-type shell to unpack the original collection of files. This package is mostly for compatibility and historical interest. 4.15.2
gnu/shishi Shishi GNU Shishi is a free implementation of the Kerberos 5 network security system. It is used to allow non-secure network nodes to communicate in a secure manner through client-server mutual authentication via tickets. 1.0.2
gnu/shmm SHMM GNU SHMM is a shared memory manager. It can read or write to shared memory. It also supports other commands such as locking or unlocking a block of shared memory identified by key and size. 1.0
gnu/shtool shtool GNU shtool is a multipurpose shell tool. It can perform the functions of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of shell scripts. For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common commands "install", "mkdir" or "echo" on systems that lack them. 2.0.8
gnu/sipwitch SIP Witch GNU SIP Witch is a peer-to-peer Voice-over-IP server that uses the SIP protocol. Calls can be made from behind NAT firewalls and without the need for a service provider. Its peer-to-peer design ensures that there is no central point for media intercept or capture and thus it can be used to construct a secure telephone system that operates over the public internet. 1.9.15
gnu/slib SLIB GNU SLIB is a portable common library for the Scheme programming language. It supports a large variety of different Scheme implementations, offering them a framework for using packages of Scheme procedures and syntax. 3b5
gnu/smalltalk Smalltalk GNU Smalltalk is a free implementation of the Smalltalk language. It implements the ANSI standard for the language and also includes extra classes such as ones for networking and GUI programming. 3.2.5
gnu/solfege Solfege GNU Solfege is a program for practicing musical ear-training. With it, you can practice your recognition of various musical intervals and chords. It features a statistics overview so you can monitor your progress across several sessions. Solfege is also designed to be extensible so you can easily write your own lessons. 3.22.2
gnu/spacechart SpaceChart GNU SpaceChart lets you view how the stars are distributed in three-dimensional space. It allows you, for example, to determine the distances between stars, to view them from any point of view, or to filter your view by spectral class and luminosity. 0.9.5
gnu/speex Speex GNU Speex is a patent-free audio compression codec specially designed for speech. It is well-adapted to internet applications, such as VoIP. It features compression of different bands in the same bitstream, intensity stereo encoding, and voice activity detection. 1.2rc1
gnu/spell spell Spell is a command-line spell-checking program. It reads through a text input and prints each misspelled word on a line of its own. It is implemented as a wrapper for GNU aspell or ispell. 1.1
gnustep/sqlclient SQLClient A simple, object-oriented interface to SQL databases 1.8.1
gnu/sqltutor Sqltutor GNU Sqltutor is a web-based, interactive SQL tutorial. It features multiple tutorials available in different languages. The tutorials present a series of questions in a dialog and, when complete, they display a final evaluation including correct answers for wrong solutions. 0.7
gnu/src-highlite Source-highlight GNU source-highlight reads in a source code file and produces an output file in which the keywords are highlighted in different colors to designate their syntactic role. It supports over 150 different languages and it can output to 8 different formats, including HTML, LaTeX and ODF. It can also output to ANSI color escape sequences, so that highlighted source code can be seen in a terminal. 3.1.8
gnu/stow Stow GNU Stow is a symlink manager. It generates symlinks to directories of data and makes them appear to be merged into the same directory. It is typically used for managing software packages installed from source, by letting you install them apart in distinct directories and then create symlinks to the files in a common directory such as /usr/local. 2.2.2
gnu/stump STUMP GNU STUMP is a robomoderator program for USENET newsgroups and mailing lists, featuring web-based moderation. It supports group moderation via multiple human moderators. It can also automatically reject non-conforming messages without human intervention. It includes a web interface. 2.5
gnu/superopt Superopt GNU Superopt is a function sequence generator for superoptimization. It uses an exhaustive generate-and-test approach to find the shortest instruction sequence for a given function. 2.5
gnu/swbis Swbis Swbis is a software administration system specified by POSIX. It features network-transparent management of software packages for system administrators. For example, entire file system directories can be copied host-to-host across a network in a transparent manner. The package also features advanced tarball creation methods and integrity checking mechanisms. 1.13
gnu/talkfilters Talk Filters The GNU Talk Filters are programs that convert English text into stereotyped or otherwise humorous dialects. The filters are provided as a C library, so they can easily be integrated into other programs. 2.3.8
gnu/tar Tar Tar provides the ability to create tar archives, as well as the ability to extract, update or list files in an existing archive. It is useful for combining many files into one larger file, while maintaining directory structure and file information such as permissions and creation/modification dates. GNU tar offers many extensions over the standard utility. 1.29
gnu/termcap Termcap GNU termcap is a library and a database that are used to enable the use of display terminals in a terminal-independent manner. The database describes the capabilities of many different display terminals. The library can then adapt generalized instructions given by a program to the specific capabilities of the display terminal as found in the database. 1.3.1
gnu/termutils Termutils The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, "tput" and "tabs". "tput" is used in shell scripts to manipulate the terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a specific point, centering text or underlining text. "tabs" is used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it. 2.0
gnu/teseq Teseq GNU Teseq is a program that analyzes files that contain control sequences. It converts the sequences that it encounters into a human-readable description of what actions those sequences perform. It can also translate its output back into machine-readable control sequences. 1.1.1
gnu/teximpatient TeX for the Impatient TeX for the Impatient is a ~350 page book on TeX, plain TeX and Eplain, written by Paul Abrahams, Kathryn Hargreaves and Karl Berry. 2.4
gnu/texinfo Texinfo Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. It uses a single source file using explicit commands to produce a final document in any of several supported output formats, such as HTML or PDF. This package includes both the tools necessary to produce Info documents from their source and the command-line Info reader. The emphasis of the language is on expressing the content semantically, avoiding physical markup commands. 6.1
gnu/texmacs TeXmacs GNU TeXmacs is a text editing platform which is specialized for scientists. It is ideal for editing structured documents with different types of content. It has robust support for mathematical formulas and plots. It can also act as an interface to external mathematical programs such as R and Octave. TeXmacs is completely extensible via Guile.
gnu/thales Thales GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for checking the stability of the public interface of your modueles. 1.99
gnu/time time Time is a command that displays information about the resources that a program uses. The display output of the program can be customized or saved to a file. 1.7
gnu/tramp TRAMP TRAMP is a GNU Emacs package that allows you to access files on remote machines as though they were local files. This includes editing files, performing version control tasks and modifying directory contents with dired. Access is performed via ssh, rsh, rlogin, telnet or other similar methods. 2.2.13
gnu/trueprint Trueprint GNU Trueprint translates C source code files as PostScript files. In addition to the basic source code output, it can also perform diff-marking, indentation counting, function and file indices and more. 5.4
gnu/ucommon uCommon C++ GNU Common C++ is an portable, optimized class framework for threaded applications, supporting concurrent synchronization, inter-process communications via sockets, and various methods for data handling, such as serialization and XML parsing. It includes the uCommon C++ library, a smaller reimplementation. 7.0.0
gnu/units Units GNU Units converts numeric quantities between units of measure. It can handle scale changes through adaptive usage of standard scale prefixes (micro-, kilo-, etc.). It can also handle nonlinear conversions such as Fahrenheit to Celsius. Its interpreter is powerful enough to be used effectively as a scientific calculator. 2.12
gnu/unrtf UnRTF GNU UnRTF converts text documents from RTF to HTML, LaTeX, or troff. It supports changes in font characteristics, underlines and strikethroughs, superscripts and subscripts, and more. 0.21.9
gnu/userv userv GNU Userv is a utility that allows one program to invoke another even when only limited trust exists between them. This prevents the need from having to first switch to a different user account to perform certain tasks. 1.0.5
gnu/uucp Taylor UUCP Taylor UUCP is the GNU implementation of UUCP (Unix-to-Unix Copy), a set of utilities for remotely transferring files, email and net news between computers. 1.07
gnu/vc-dwim vc-dwim The vc-dwim package contains two tools, "vc-dwim" and "vc-chlog". vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC. vc-chlog scans changed files and generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the changes that it detects. 1.7
gnu/vcdimager VCDImager GNU VCDImager is a suite of programs for working with Video CDs and Super Video CDs. It can be used for authoring, disassembling and analyzing discs. It supports full playback control, segment play items, automatic padding of MPEG streams on the fly, and extraction of Video CDs into files. 0.7.24
gnu/vera V.E.R.A. V.E.R.A. (Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms) is a list of computing acronyms distributed as an info document. 1.23
gnu/wb WB GNU WB is a disk-based, sorted, associative-array database package for C, Scheme, Java and C#. Rather than being implemented via hashing, WB uses B-trees, which are optimized for using the minimum number of disk operations. 2b2
gnu/wdiff Wdiff GNU Wdiff is a front-end to the diff program from Diffutils that allows you to compare files on a word-by-word basis, where a word is anything between whitespace. 1.2.2
gnustep/webserver WebServer Simple webserver for GNUstep applications 1.5.5
gnustep/webservices WebServices Classes for building web services 0.7.3
gnu/websocket4j Gnu WebSocket4J GNU Websocket4j is a Java library implementing the WebSocket protocol. With it, you can build web applications that interact with Java applications. The library includes both server- and client-side functionality. 1.3
gnu/webstump WebSTUMP WebSTUMP provides a web-based interface to STUMP. 2.0
gnu/wget Wget GNU Wget is a non-interactive tool for fetching files using the HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols. It can resume interrupted downloads, use filename wild cards, supports proxies and cookies, and it can convert absolute links in downloaded documents to relative links. 1.17.1
gnu/which which The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a variety of options. It is an alternative to the shell "type" built-in command. 2.21
gnu/xaos XaoS GNU XaoS is a graphical program that generates fractal patterns and allows you to zoom in and out of them infinitely in a fluid, continuous manner. It also includes tutorials that help to explain how fractals are built. It can generate many different fractal types such as the Mandelbrot set. 3.6
gnu/xboard XBoard GNU XBoard is a graphical board for all varieties of chess, including international chess, xiangqi (Chinese chess), shogi (Japanese chess) and Makruk. Several lesser-known variants are also supported. It presents a fully interactive graphical interface and it can load and save games in the Portable Game Notation. 4.9.0
gnu/xlogmaster Xlogmaster GNU Xlogmaster is a program with a graphical user interface that lets you monitor your system logs in a convenient way. The logs can be displayed with filters for highlighting or hiding lines. The program can also be used to automate taking actions upon user-defined events. 1.6.2
gnu/xnee Xnee GNU Xnee is a program that can record, replay and distribute user actions in X11. It can be used to automate user interactions for testing or demonstration purposes. 3.19
gnu/xorriso xorriso GNU Xorriso is a tool for copying files to and from ISO 9660 Rock Ridge, a.k.a. Compact Disc File System, filesystems and it allows session-wise manipulation of them. It features a formatter and burner for CD, DVD and BD. It can operate on existing ISO images or it can create new ones. xorriso can then be used to copy files directly into or out of ISO files. 1.4.2
gnu/zile Zile GNU Zile is a lightweight Emacs clone. It usage is similar to the default Emacs configuration, but it carries a much lighter feature set. 2.4.11
gnu/zrtp ZRTP GNU ZRTP is a C++ implementation of the ZRTP specification, a cryptographic key-agreement protocol for VoIP. It consists of a system-independent core and the glue code used to connect that core with the RTP/SRTP stack of the system. 2.3.4

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