- A group of utilities that displays difference between and among text files. 'diff' outputs the difference between two files in any of several formats. If the files are identical, it normally produces no ouput; if they are binary (non-text) it normally reports only that they are different. 'cmp' shows the offsets and files numbers where two files differ; it can also show, side by side, all the characters that differ between the two files. 'sdiff' merges two files interactively. 'diff3' shows differences among three files. If two people have made independent changes to a common original, diff3 reports that difference between the original and the two changed versions, and can produce a merged file that contains both persons' changes along with warnings about conflicts.
- Docmenta is a Java Web-application for creating publications that need to be published for the Web and print.
Supported output formats are PDF, HTML, Web-Help, EPUB (eBook) and DocBook. Main features are:
- Distributed authoring
- WYSIWYG editing
- Link management
- Approval workflow
- Translation support
- Table of Contents and index generation
- Image gallery
- Listing support (line numbering, syntax highlighting)
- Applicability filtering and more.
- File attempts to classify files depending on their contents and prints a description if a match is found.
- 'fldiff' is a graphical diff program that shows the differences between two files/directories, or a file/directory and a CVS or Subversion repository. It is inspired by xdiff (Motif-based) and xxdiff (Qt-based), whose choice of GUI toolkit has hampered their portability to many of the systems.
- Flyspell is an Emacs minor mode performing on-the-fly spelling checking. This spawns a single Ispell process and checks each word. The default flyspell behavior is to highlight incorrect words. It was hosted for a long time on INRIA Sophia-Antipolis's site in France, but is now maintained as a part of GNU Emacs.
- Gawk is the GNU implementation of AWK, a programming language that has evolved considerably during the past 30 years. It also adds a large number of features over POSIX awk. This package is well suited for working with text files, when several kinds of tasks occur repeatedly, for extracting certain lines and discard the rest is needed, or for making changes wherever certain patterns appear. It can handle simple data-reformatting jobs with just a few lines of code.
- ghostwriter provides a relaxing, distraction-free writing environment, whether your masterpiece be that next blog post, your school paper, or your NaNoWriMo novel. Here are just a few of its features: Syntax highlighting of Markdown Navigation of document headings Full-screen mode Focus mode that highlights the current sentence, line, three lines, or paragraph Two built-in themes, one light and one dark Theme creator for custom colors and background images Spell checking with Hunspell A Live word count A live HTML preview as you type Use of custom CSS style sheets for HTML preview Image URL insertion via dragging and dropping an image file into the editor Sundown processor built in for preview and export to HTML
- 'glark' offers grep-like searching of text files, with very powerful, complex regular expressions (e.g., "/foo\w+/ and /bar[^\d]*baz$/ within 4 lines of each other"). It also highlights the matches, displays context (preceding and succeeding lines), does case-insensitive matches, and automatic exclusion of non-text files. It supports most options from GNU grep.
- The Hspell project is a free Hebrew linguistic project. Its first aim is to create a free Hebrew spell-checker, and a fully functional and already useful release 0.2 is now available (see below). However the databases and algorithms developed by the Hspell program could also be used as a morphology engine (for example, for search engines), and in the future (with much more work) for advanced things like Hebrew speech synthesis (for the blind who use a free operating system, but also useful for the general population)
- Hashed Text Utilities
- This is a candidate for deletion: Links broken. Email to maintainer broken. Poppy-one (talk) 12:50, 3 August 2018 (EDT) Hashed Text Utilities is a small set of programs reimplementing the classic comm, diff, uniq, and cksum programs. The advantage is that for comm and uniq files don't have to be sorted. diff can work with extremely huge files (with some limitations). cksum calculates a checksum of either the whole file or each line separately.
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