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a2ps, anything to postscript filter. Autoconf, a tool for configuring source code packages. Automake, a tool for generating makefiles. BASH, a Unix sh shell clone. (core) bc, an interactive algebraic language. Binutils, a collection of utilities to manipulate object and binary files. Includes the GNU assembler (gas) and linker (ld). (core) Bison, the yacc parser generator clone. (core) C library. GNU's C library, a standard component of GNU systems such as Linux (or GNU/Linux). (core) calc, an desktop calculator. cdplay, a command-line utility for performing operations on audio CD-ROM cfengine Checker, a tool which finds memory errors at runtime Chess, the chess game GNU Classpath, a free software replacement for Sun's proprietary Java standard class libraries. (Java) CLISP, a Common Lisp system.. Common Lisp, the GNU Common Lisp system. cook cpio, an archive program, Unix cpio clone. CVS, the Concurrent Versions System, a version control system for multiple users. DejaGnu, a program testing framework. diff, a Unix diff cline, an utility for comparing files. DJGPP, a 32-bit 80386 DOS extender and ports of GNU utilities ed, a line-oriented text editor Emacs, the "original" famous GNU program. Perhaps the most advanced text editor. (core) enscript, formats text files to postscript. f2c, a Fortran 77 to C translator. Fiasco, now known as PSPP, a program for statistical analysis of sampled data File Utilities. the GNU version of the Unix command line utilities (such as cd, cp, du, ls, mkdir, mv, rm, rmdir, etc.) (core) finger, the GNU version of the Unix command.(core) flex, a lex scanner generator clone. (core) g77, the GNU Fortran compiler. (core) GAMORA, The GNU Adaptable Multiplatform Object-Oriented Routing Architecture, a Java based program that provides a general framework for the quick development and maintenence of server applications. (Java) GAMES, The GNU Animation Multimedia Entertainment System. GNUJSP, a free implementation of the Java Server Pages (Java) gawk, the GNU awk clone. gcal, a calander program. gcc/g++, the GNU C/C++ compiler. (core) egcs, the Experimental GNU Compiler System, the next generation GNU compiler project. (core) gdb, the GNU source-level debugger. (core) gdbm, the GNU database libraries (core) gEDA, GNU Electronic Design Automation, a toolset for doing electronic circuit design/prototyping. gettext, the GNU internationalization tool gforth, GNU Forth ghostscript (or gs), a Postscript interpreter ghostview, a ghostscript viewer GIMP, the GNU Image Manipulation Program, like Photoshop (GUI) GINA, the GNU INstrumentation Architecture, is a framework for instrumentation control GIT, interactive tools for Unix gmp, arbitrary-precision arthmetic library GN, a HTTP server. GNAT, the GNU Ada system GNATS, a bug tracking system GNOME, the GNU Network Object Model Environment (GUI) GNOME Software Map. GNOME Panel Orbit, the CORBA 2.2-compliant Object Request Broker (ORB) for GNOME GNOME component model... GNUCash, a financial package (GUI) GNUera, a free CASE tool. gnu.regexpx, Regular Expressions for Java. (Java) GNUMATH/gnussl, a library for scientific programming
GNU Privacy Guard, a complete and free replacement for PGP GNU Robots, a game GNUStep, the GNU version of the OpenStep/NextStep environment (GUI) Display Ghostscript GNUSheet, a spreadsheet with a GUI.(GUI) gpc, GNU Pascal compiler grep, GNU version of the Unix command for file pattern matching (core) Groff, GNU version of the troff text formatter. guile, (another unofficial guile page), the GNU's Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extension, the standard GNU scripting language. gush, the GNU User's shell GYVE, GNU Yellow Vector Editor, a vector-based drawing program (GUI) gzip/gunzip, GNU ZIP, a file compressor/decompressor Harmony, a free clone of the Qt GUI toolkit (GUI) hello HURD, the GNU Project's official kernel (core) indent, a C/C++ source code formatter less, a more clone (core) lesstif, a Free clone of Motif (GUI) libg++, the old GNU C++ library (core) libstdc++, the GNU C++ standard library (core) libtool, a generic library support script managing building and linking libraries LilyPond, The GNU Project Music Typesetter m4, a macro processor (core) make, the GNU make utility (core) mc, the GNU Midnight Commander, a file manager mtools, tools for manipulating MS-DOS disks. MULE, international language enhancement for Emacs Nana, a debugger-support library ncurses, a Unix curses clone Objective C library. Octave, a matrix-based math system, partial Matlab clone Oleo, the GNU spreadsheet patch, a file modification application utility (core) plotutils, GNU plotting programs and libraries PSPP, a program for statistical analysis of sampled data (see Fiasco) ptx, a permited index generator RCS, the Revision Control System, for software configuration management readline, a (user) line input management library regex, the GNU regular expression library. rx, a regular expression library screen, a windowing utility on text terminals sed, stream-oriented text editor (core) sharutils, for manipukating "shell archives" (core) shellutils, GNU version of many Unix shell commands (core) Shogi, a Japanese game smail, a Sendmail clone SmallEiffel, The GNU Eiffel Compiler. smalltalk, the GNU Smalltalk system spell, a spelling checker stow, a software installation management utility talk, GNU version of the Unix program tar, GNU tape archive utility (core) Termcap Library. GNU's library for termcap management (core) texinfo, the GNU documentation tools (core) units, a unit converter uucp, GNU's clone of the Unix uucp program W3, a Emacs-based web browser wget, utility for retrieving files off the WWW. WN, a WWW server. XInfo, a X Window-based GNU Info reader Xlogmaster, a system log and device monitoring tool (GUI)
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