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csv2latex converts all kind of CSV files (as done by gnumeric, OOo Calc, Excel, ...) to a LaTeX document. It is written in C and compiles on POSIX systems. It is a simple to use command-line tool.
Font meta-family, multiple styles, for Japanese, English, and Korean, made with Metafont. Full coverage of hiragana, katakana, hangul, and Latin. Partial coverage of grade-school kanji. Also includes IDSgrep, a tool for querying kanji databases by partial layout, like a more advanced version of the ... [More]
Ducky Yazy's project 'yege' is originally host on SourceForge.net named as 'yedge', now it's renamed as 'yege', and the code and content is on GoogleCode.com, and the homepage and some docs in SourceForge.net.
We try to develop a program that allows us to generate code by formulas automatically. We want to simplify process for programmers of writing complex formulas in given language.
This is just my collection of notes on math and physics organized in a fashion modeled after arXiv.org, so it's cleanly divided. I really have no clue about the legal technicalities about copyrighting math, Knuth once remarked "A mathematical formula should never be 'owned' by ... [More]
Texcaller is a convenient interface to the TeX command line tools that handles all kinds of errors without much fuzz. It is written in plain C, is fairly portable, and has no external dependencies besides TeX.