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font-fira-sans 4.202 — Mozilla's Fira Sans Font

This is the typeface used by Mozilla in Firefox OS.

font-gnu-freefont-ttf 20120503 — Unicode-encoded outline fonts

This is a GNU package.

The GNU Freefont project aims to provide a set of free outline (PostScript Type0, TrueType, OpenType...) fonts covering the ISO 10646/Unicode UCS (Universal Character Set).

font-gnu-unifont 11.0.02 — Large bitmap font covering Unicode's Basic Multilingual Plane

This is a GNU package.

GNU Unifont is a bitmap font covering essentially all of Unicode's Basic Multilingual Plane. The package also includes utilities to ease adding new glyphs to the font.

font-go 20170330-1.f03a046 — The Go font family

The Go font family is a set of WGL4 TrueType fonts from the Bigelow & Holmes type foundry, released under the same license as the Go programming language. It includes a set of proportional, sans-serif fonts, and a set of monospace, slab-serif fonts.

font-google-material-design-icons 3.0.1 — Icon font of Google Material Design icons

Material design system icons are simple, modern, friendly, and sometimes quirky. Each icon is created using our design guidelines to depict in simple and minimal forms the universal concepts used commonly throughout a UI. Ensuring readability and clarity at both large and small sizes, these icons have been optimized for beautiful display on all common platforms and display resolutions.

font-google-noto 20170403 — Fonts to cover all languages

Google Noto Fonts is a family of fonts designed to support all languages with a consistent look and aesthetic. Its goal is to properly display all Unicode symbols.

font-google-roboto 2.136 — The Roboto family of fonts

Roboto is Google’s signature family of fonts, the default font on Android and Chrome OS, and the recommended font for the visual language "Material Design".

font-hack 3.002 — Typeface designed for source code

Hack is designed to be a workhorse typeface for code. It expands upon the Bitstream Vera & DejaVu projects, provides 1561 glyphs, and includes Powerline support.

font-ibm-plex 1.0.1 — IBM Plex typeface

This package provides the Plex font family. It comes in a Sans, Serif, Mono and Sans Condensed, all with roman and true italics. The fonts have been designed to work well in user interface (UI) environments as well as other mediums.

font-inconsolata 0.80 — Monospace font

A monospace font, designed for code listings and the like, in print. With attention to detail for high resolution rendering.

font-iosevka 1.12.5 — Coders' typeface, built from code

Iosevka is a slender monospace sans-serif or slab-serif typeface inspired by Pragmata Pro, M+, and PF DIN Mono, designed to be the ideal font for programming. Iosevka is completely generated from its source code.

font-isas-misc 1.0.3 — Xorg isas-misc font

Xorg isas-misc font.

font-lato 2.010 — Lato sans-serif typeface

Lato is a sanserif typeface family. It covers over 3000 glyphs per style. The Lato 2.010 family supports more than 100 Latin-based languages, over 50 Cyrillic-based languages as well as Greek and IPA phonetics.

font-liberation 2.00.1 — Fonts compatible with Arial, Times New Roman, and Courier New

The Liberation font family aims at metric compatibility with Arial, Times New Roman, and Courier New. There are three sets:

  1. Sans (a substitute for Arial, Albany, Helvetica, Nimbus Sans L, and Bitstream Vera Sans);

  2. Serif (a substitute for Times New Roman, Thorndale, Nimbus Roman, and Bitstream Vera Serif);

  3. Mono (a substitute for Courier New, Cumberland, Courier, Nimbus Mono L, and Bitstream Vera Sans Mono).

The Liberation Fonts are sponsored by Red Hat.

font-linuxlibertine 5.3.0 — Serif and sans serif typefaces

The Linux Libertine fonts is a set of typefaces containing both a Serif version ("Linux Libertine") and a Sans Serif ("Linux Biolinum") designed to be used together as an alternative for Times/Times New Roman and Helvetica/Arial. The Serif typeface comes in two shapes and two weights, and with a Small Capitals version of the regular typeface. Linux Biolinum is available in both Regular and Bold weights.

font-lohit 20140220 — Lohit TrueType Indic fonts

Lohit is a font family designed to cover Indic scripts. Lohit supports the Assamese, Bengali, Devanagari (Hindi, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Sindhi, Santali, Bodo, Dogri languages), Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Manipuri, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu scripts.

font-mathjax 2.7.2 — Fonts for MathJax

This package contains the fonts required for MathJax.

font-micro-misc 1.0.3 — Xorg micro-misc font

Xorg micro-misc font.

font-misc-cyrillic 1.0.3 — Xorg misc-cyrillic fonts

Xorg misc-cyrillic fonts.

font-misc-ethiopic 1.0.3 — Xorg misc-ethiopic fonts

Xorg misc-ethiopic fonts.

font-misc-misc 1.1.2 — Xorg misc-misc fonts

Xorg misc-misc fixed fonts.

font-mutt-misc 1.0.3 — Xorg mutt-misc fonts

Xorg mutt-misc fonts.

font-open-dyslexic 20160623 — Font for dyslexics and high readability

OpenDyslexic is a font designed to help readability for some of the symptoms of dyslexia. Letters have heavy weighted bottoms to provide an indication of orientation to make it more difficult to confuse with other similar letters. Consistently weighted bottoms can also help reinforce the line of text. The unique shapes of each letter can help prevent flipping and swapping. The italic style for OpenDyslexic has been crafted to be used for emphasis while still being readable.

font-rachana 7.0 — Malayalam font

Rachana is a Malayalam font designed by Hussain K H. The project was part of Rachana Aksharavedi for the original script of Malayalam in computing. Rachana has about 1,200+ glyphs for Malayalam and contains glyphs required for printing old Malayalam books without compromising the writing style.

font-schumacher-misc 1.1.2 — Xorg schumacher-misc fonts

Xorg schumacher-misc fonts.

font-screen-cyrillic 1.0.4 — Xorg screen-cyrillic fonts

Xorg screen-cyrillic fonts.

font-sil-charis 5.000 — Serif font for the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets

Charis SIL is a Unicode-based font family that supports the wide range of languages that use the Latin and Cyrillic scripts. It is specially designed to make long texts pleasant and easy to read, even in less than ideal reproduction and display environments. This package provides only TrueType files (TTF).

font-sil-gentium 5.000 — Serif font for the Cyrillic, Greek, and Latin alphabets

Gentium is a typeface family designed to enable the diverse ethnic groups around the world who use the Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts to produce readable, high-quality publications. The font comes with regular and italics shapes. This package provides only TrueType files (TTF).

font-sony-misc 1.0.3 — Xorg sony-misc fonts

Xorg sony-misc fonts.

font-sun-misc 1.0.3 — Xorg sun-misc fonts

Xorg sun-misc fonts.

font-tamzen 1.11.4 — Monospaced bitmap font for console and X11

Tamzen is a fork of the Tamsyn font. It is programatically forked from Tamsyn version 1.11, backporting glyphs from older versions while deleting deliberately empty glyphs (which are marked as unimplemented) to allow secondary/fallback fonts to provide real glyphs at those codepoints.

The TamzenForPowerline fonts provide additional Powerline symbols, which are programatically injected with bitmap-font-patcher and later hand-tweaked with the gbdfed(1) editor:

  1. all icons are expanded to occupy the maximum available space

  2. the branch of the fork icon ( U+E0A0) was made larger than the trunk

  3. for the newline icon ( U+E0A1), the N was made larger at the bottom

  4. the keyhole in the padlock icon ( U+E0A2) was replaced with // lines.

font-terminus 4.40 — Simple bitmap programming font

Terminus Font is a clean, fixed-width bitmap font, designed for long periods of working with computers (8 or more hours per day).

font-tex-gyre 2.005 — Remake of Ghostscript fonts

The TeX Gyre collection of fonts is the result of an extensive remake and extension of the freely available base PostScript fonts distributed with Ghostscript version 4.00. The collection contains the following fonts in the OpenType format: Adventor, Bonum, Chorus, Cursor, Heros, Pagella, Schola, Termes.

font-ubuntu 0.83 — The Ubuntu Font Family

The Ubuntu Font Family is a unique, custom designed font that has a very distinctive look and feel. This package provides the TrueType (TTF) files.

font-un 1.0.2-080608 — Collection of Korean fonts

Un-fonts is a family of mainly Korean fonts. It contains the following fonts and styles:

  1. UnBatang, UnBatangBold: serif;

  2. UnDotum, UnDotumBold: sans-serif;

  3. UnGraphic, UnGraphicBold: sans-serif style;

  4. UnDinaru, UnDinaruBold, UnDinaruLight;

  5. UnPilgi, UnPilgiBold: script;

  6. UnGungseo: cursive, brush-stroke.

font-util 1.3.1 — Xorg font utilities

Xorg font package creation/installation utilities.

font-winitzki-cyrillic 1.0.3 — Xorg winitzki-cyrillic font

Xorg winitzki-cyrillic font.

font-wqy-microhei 0.2.0-beta — CJK font

WenQuanYi Micro Hei is a Sans-Serif style (also known as Hei, Gothic or Dotum among the Chinese/Japanese/Korean users) high quality CJK outline font. It was derived from "Droid Sans Fallback" and "Droid Sans" released by Google Inc. This font contains all the unified CJK Han glyphs in the range of U+4E00-U+9FC3 defined in Unicode Standard 5.1, together with many other languages unicode blocks, including Latins, Extended Latins, Hanguls and Kanas. The font file is extremely compact (~4M) compared with most known CJK fonts.

font-wqy-zenhei 0.9.45 — CJK font

WenQuanYi Zen Hei is a Hei-Ti style (sans-serif type) Chinese outline font. It is designed for general purpose text formatting and on-screen display of Chinese characters and symbols from many other languages. WenQuanYi Zen Hei provides a rather complete coverage of Chinese Hanzi glyphs, including both simplified and traditional forms. The total glyph number in this font is over 35,000, including over 21,000 Chinese Hanzi. This font has full coverage of the GBK (CP936) charset, CJK Unified Ideographs, as well as the code-points needed for zh_cn, zh_sg, zh_tw, zh_hk, zh_mo, ja (Japanese) and ko (Korean) locales for fontconfig.

font-xfree86-type1 1.0.4 — Xorg xfree86-type1 font

Xorg xfree86-type1 font.

fontconfig 2.13.0 — Library for configuring and customizing font access

Fontconfig can discover new fonts when installed automatically; perform font name substitution, so that appropriate alternative fonts can be selected if fonts are missing; identify the set of fonts required to completely cover a set of languages; have GUI configuration tools built as it uses an XML-based configuration file; efficiently and quickly find needed fonts among the set of installed fonts; be used in concert with the X Render Extension and FreeType to implement high quality, anti-aliased and subpixel rendered text on a display.

fontforge 20170731 — Outline font editor

FontForge allows you to create and modify postscript, truetype and opentype fonts. You can save fonts in many different outline formats, and generate bitmaps.

fontsproto 2.1.3 — Xorg FontsProto protocol headers

Fonts Extension contains header files and documentation for the fonts protocol.

foo2zjs 20180910 — Printer driver for ZjStream-based printers

foo2zjs is a printer driver for printers that use the Zenographics ZjStream wire protocol for their print data, often erroneously referred to as winprinters or GDI printers.

It supports Minolta/QMSMagicolor, MinoltaColorPageWorks/Pro, HPLaserJet, and possibly other printers. See README for details.

foomatic-filters 4.0.17 — Convert PostScript to the printer's native format

This package contains filter scripts used by the printer spoolers to convert the incoming PostScript data into the printer's native format using a printer/driver specific, but spooler-independent PPD file.

footswitch 0.1-2.ca43d53 — Command line utility for PCsensor foot switch

Command line utility for programming foot switches sold by PCsensor. It works for both single pedal devices and three pedal devices. All supported devices have vendorId:productId = 0c45:7403 or 0c45:7404.

fortify-headers 1.0 — Standalone fortify-source implementation

This is a standalone implementation of fortify source. It provides compile time buffer checks. It is libc-agnostic and simply overlays the system headers by using the #include_next extension found in GCC. It was initially intended to be used on musl-based Linux distributions.

  • It is portable, works on *BSD, Linux, Solaris and possibly others.

  • It will only trap non-conformant programs. This means that fortify level 2 is treated in the same way as level 1.

  • Avoids making function calls when undefined behaviour has already been invoked. This is handled by using __builtin_trap().

  • Support for out-of-bounds read interfaces, such as send(), write(), fwrite(), etc.

  • No ABI is enforced. All of the fortify check functions are inlined into the resulting binary.

fortune-mod 2.6.1 — The Fortune Cookie program from BSD games

Fortune is a command-line utility which displays a random quotation from a collection of quotes.

fossil 2.5 — Software configuration management system

Fossil is a distributed source control management system which supports access and administration over HTTP CGI or via a built-in HTTP server. It has a built-in wiki, built-in file browsing, built-in tickets system, etc.

fping 4.1 — Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts

fping is a ping like program which uses the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request to determine if a target host is responding. fping differs from ping in that you can specify any number of targets on the command line, or specify a file containing the lists of targets to ping. Instead of sending to one target until it times out or replies, fping will send out a ping packet and move on to the next target in a round-robin fashion.

fplll 4.0.4 — Library for LLL-reduction of euclidean lattices

fplll LLL-reduces euclidean lattices. Since version 3, it can also solve the shortest vector problem.

fpm2 0.79 — Manage, generate and store passwords encrypted

FPM2 is GTK2 port from Figaro's Password Manager originally developed by John Conneely, with some new enhancements.

Upstream development seems to have stopped. It is therefore recommended to use a different password manager.

fprintd 0.7.0 — D-Bus daemon that exposes fingerprint reader functionality

fprintd is a D-Bus daemon that offers functionality of libfprint, a library to access fingerprint readers, over the D-Bus interprocess communication bus. This daemon layer above libfprint solves problems related to applications simultaneously competing for fingerprint readers.

fraggenescan 1.30 — Finds potentially fragmented genes in short reads

FragGeneScan is a program for predicting bacterial and archaeal genes in short and error-prone DNA sequencing reads. It can also be applied to predict genes in incomplete assemblies or complete genomes.

freealut 1.1.0 — Free implementation of OpenAL's ALUT standard

freealut is the OpenAL Utility Toolkit.

freeciv 2.6.0 — Turn based empire building strategy game

Freeciv is a turn based empire building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization. The game commences in prehistory and your mission is to lead your tribe from the Stone Age to the Space Age.

freedink 108.4 — Twisted adventures of young pig farmer Dink Smallwood

This is a GNU package.

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.

freedink-dfarc 3.14 — Front-end for managing and playing Dink Modules

This is a GNU package.

DFArc makes it easy to play and manage the GNU FreeDink game and its numerous D-Mods.

freedoom 0.11.3 — Free content game based on the Doom engine

The Freedoom project aims to create a complete free content first person shooter game. Freedoom by itself is just the raw material for a game: it must be paired with a compatible game engine (such as prboom-plus) to be played. Freedoom complements the Doom engine with free levels, artwork, sound effects and music to make a completely free game.

freedroidrpg 0.16.1 — Isometric role-playing game against killer robots

Freedroid RPG is an RPG (Role-Playing Game) with isometric graphics. The game tells the story of a world destroyed by a conflict between robots and their human masters. To restore peace to humankind, the player must complete numerous quests while fighting off rebelling robots---either by taking control of them, or by simply blasting them to pieces with melee and ranged weapons in real-time combat.

freefall 4.18.13 — Free-fall protection for spinning laptop hard drives

This is a GNU package.

Prevents shock damage to the internal spinning hard drive(s) of some HP and Dell laptops. When sudden movement is detected, all input/output operations on the drive are suspended and its heads are parked on the ramp, where they are less likely to cause damage to the spinning disc. Requires a drive that supports the ATA/ATAPI-7 IDLE IMMEDIATE command with unload feature, and a laptop with an accelerometer. It has no effect on SSDs.

freegish 0-1.8795cd7ad — Side-scrolling physics platformer with a ball of tar

In FreeGish you control Gish, a ball of tar who lives happily with his girlfriend Brea, until one day a mysterious dark creature emerges from a sewer hole and pulls her below ground.

freeglut 3.0.0 — Alternative to the OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT)

Freeglut is a completely Free/OpenSourced alternative to the OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT) library. GLUT was originally written by Mark Kilgard to support the sample programs in the second edition OpenGL 'RedBook'. Since then, GLUT has been used in a wide variety of practical applications because it is simple, widely available and highly portable.

GLUT (and hence freeglut) allows the user to create and manage windows containing OpenGL contexts on a wide range of platforms and also read the mouse, keyboard and joystick functions. Freeglut is released under the X-Consortium license.

freeglut 2.8.1 — Alternative to the OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT)

Freeglut is a completely Free/OpenSourced alternative to the OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT) library. GLUT was originally written by Mark Kilgard to support the sample programs in the second edition OpenGL 'RedBook'. Since then, GLUT has been used in a wide variety of practical applications because it is simple, widely available and highly portable.

GLUT (and hence freeglut) allows the user to create and manage windows containing OpenGL contexts on a wide range of platforms and also read the mouse, keyboard and joystick functions. Freeglut is released under the X-Consortium license.

freehdl 0.0.8 — VHDL simulator

FreeHDL is a compiler/simulator suite for the hardware description language VHDL. VHDL'93 as well as VHDL'87 standards are supported.

freeimage 3.17.0 — Library for handling popular graphics image formats

FreeImage is a library for developers who would like to support popular graphics image formats like PNG, BMP, JPEG, TIFF and others.

freeipmi 1.6.2 — Platform management, including sensor and power monitoring

This is a GNU package.

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.

freepats 20060219 — GUS compatible patches for MIDI players

FreePats is a project to create a free and open set of GUS compatible patches that can be used with softsynths such as Timidity and WildMidi.

freerdp 1.1-1.03ab683 — Remote Desktop Protocol implementation

FreeRDP implements Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol. It consists of the xfreerdp client, libraries for client and server functionality, and Windows Portable Runtime (WinPR), a portable implementation of parts of the Windows API.

freetalk 4.1 — Extensible console-based Jabber client

This is a GNU package.

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.

freetype 2.9 — Font rendering library

Freetype is a library that can be used by applications to access the contents of font files. It provides a uniform interface to access font files. It supports both bitmap and scalable formats, including TrueType, OpenType, Type1, CID, CFF, Windows FON/FNT, X11 PCF, and others. It supports high-speed anti-aliased glyph bitmap generation with 256 gray levels.

freexl 1.0.5 — Read Excel files

FreeXL is a C library to extract valid data from within an Excel (.xls) spreadsheet.

frei0r-plugins 1.6.1 — Minimalistic plugin API for video effects

Frei0r is a minimalistic plugin API for video effects. The main emphasis is on simplicity for an API that will round up the most common video effects into simple filters, sources and mixers that can be controlled by parameters. Frei0r wants to provide a way to share these simple effects between many applications, avoiding their reimplementation by different projects. It counts more than 100 plugins.

frescobaldi 3.0.0 — LilyPond sheet music text editor

Frescobaldi is a LilyPond sheet music text editor with syntax highlighting and automatic completion. Among other things, it can render scores next to the source, can capture input from MIDI or read MusicXML and ABC files, has a MIDI player for proof-listening, and includes a documentation browser.

fribidi 1.0.2 — Implementation of the Unicode bidirectional algorithm

This is a GNU package.

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.

fritzing 0.9.2b — Electronic circuit design

The Fritzing application is Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software with a low entry barrier, suited for the needs of makers and hobbyists. It offers a unique real-life "breadboard" view, and a parts library with many commonly used high-level components. Fritzing makes it very easy to communicate about circuits, as well as to turn them into PCB layouts ready for production.

frotz 2.44 — Portable Z-machine interpreter (ncurses version) for text adventure games

Frotz is an interpreter for Infocom games and other Z-machine games in the text adventure/interactive fiction genre. This version of Frotz complies with standard 1.0 of Graham Nelson's specification. It plays all Z-code games V1-V8, including V6, with sound support through libao, and uses ncurses for text display.

frotz-dumb-terminal 2.44 — Portable Z-machine dumb interpreter for text adventure games

Frotz is an interpreter for Infocom games and other Z-machine games in the text adventure/interactive fiction genre. dfrotz is the dumb interface version. You get no screen control; everything is just printed to the terminal line by line. The terminal handles all the scrolling. Maybe you'd like to experience what it's like to play Adventure on a teletype. A much cooler use for compiling Frotz with the dumb interface is that it can be wrapped in CGI scripting, PHP, and the like to allow people to play games on webpages. It can also be made into a chat bot.

frotz-sdl 2.45pre — Portable Z-machine interpreter (SDL port) for text adventure games

Frotz is an interpreter for Infocom games and other Z-machine games in the text adventure/interactive fiction genre. This version of Frotz using SDL fully supports all these versions of the Z-Machine including the graphical version 6. Graphics and sound are created through the use of the SDL libraries. AIFF sound effects and music in MOD and OGG formats are supported when packaged in Blorb container files or optionally from individual files.

fstrm 0.3.2 — Implementation of the Frame Streams data transport protocol

fstrm is an optimised implementation of Frame Streams as a C library and several tools built on top of it.

Frame Streams is a light-weight, binary-clean protocol that allows for the transport of arbitrarily-encoded data payload sequences with minimal framing overhead---just four bytes per data frame. It does not specify an encoding format for these data frames and can be used with any data serialisation format that produces byte sequences, such as Protocol Buffers, XML, JSON, MessagePack, YAML, etc.

Frame Streams can be used either as a streaming transport over a reliable byte stream socket (TCP sockets, TLS connections, AF_UNIX sockets, etc.) for data in motion, or as a file format for data at rest.

ftgl 2.1.3-rc5 — Font rendering library for OpenGL applications

FTGL is a font rendering library for OpenGL applications. Supported rendering modes are: Bitmaps, Anti-aliased pixmaps, Texture maps, Outlines, Polygon meshes, and Extruded polygon meshes.

fuse 2.9.8 — Support file systems implemented in user space

As a consequence of its monolithic design, file system code for Linux normally goes into the kernel itself---which is not only a robustness issue, but also an impediment to system extensibility. FUSE, for "file systems in user space", is a kernel module and user-space library that tries to address part of this problem by allowing users to run file system implementations as user-space processes.

fuse-exfat 1.2.8 — Mount exFAT file systems

This package provides a FUSE-based file system that provides read and write access to exFAT devices.

fvwm 2.6.8 — Virtual window manager for X11

FVWM is an extremely powerful ICCCM-compliant multiple virtual desktop window manager for the X Window system.

fxtract 2.3 — Extract sequences from FASTA and FASTQ files

Fxtract extracts sequences from a protein or nucleotide fastx (FASTA or FASTQ) file given a subsequence. It uses a simple substring search for basic tasks but can change to using POSIX regular expressions, PCRE, hash lookups or multi-pattern searching as required. By default fxtract looks in the sequence of each record but can also be told to look in the header, comment or quality sections.

fzy 0.9 — Fast fuzzy text selector for the terminal with an advanced scoring algorithm

Most other fuzzy matchers sort based on the length of a match. fzy tries to find the result the user intended. It does this by favouring matches on consecutive letters and starts of words. This allows matching using acronyms or different parts of the path.

fzy is designed to be used both as an editor plugin and on the command line. Rather than clearing the screen, fzy displays its interface directly below the current cursor position, scrolling the screen if necessary.