tool for managing LaTeX projectsLaTeX-Mk is a collection of Makefile fragments and shell scripts for managing small to large sized LaTeX projects. The typical LaTeX-Mk input file is simply a series of variable definitions in a Makefile for the project. After creating a simple Makefile the user can easily perform all required steps to do such tasks as: preview the document, print the document, or produce a PDF file. LaTeX-Mk will keep track of files that have changed and how to run the various programs that are needed to produce the output.
quickly and easily change video resolutions in XRunning gvidm will pop up a list of available modes and allows the user to select one if desired. This makes it perfect for running from an application menu or a hotkey, so you don't have to use ram for an applet constantly running. If you are running dual or multi-head displays, it will give you a list of screens so you can select the appropriate one.
helper applications for Gwenhywfar libraryThis package contains some helper tools provided by Gwenhywfar and useful for applications making use of Gwenhywfar: mklistdoc, gct-tool, xmlmerge and typemaker. . Gwenhywfar allows porting of your software to different operating systems like Linux, *BSD, Windows etc. It also provides some often needed modules such as configuration file handling, simple XML file parsing, IPC etc.
GNOME front-end for wgetSorry - no description available.
generic Whois Client / Servergwhois is a generic whois client / server. This means that it know for many (virtually all) TLDs, IP-Ranges and Handles out there where to ask. It queries other whois-servers as well as web-lookup forms. . gwhois can be used as a client, but you can invoke it as a server (e.g. via inetd) as well for usage with a normal whois client.
Snake Race for KDESorry - no description available.