Opera is a full-featured Internet tool, most notably a fully standard conforming Web browser. Opera includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like a password manager, mouse gestures, native Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) support, an email program, RSS newsfeeds, and IRC chat. It is designed to be fast and highly customizable.
Release Notes: Many minor bugs, including several crashes, were fixed. Two security issues were resolved.
Release Notes: The graph grid drawing algorithm was improved. The font 'arial.ttf' was added to the 'graph' package. The lables drawing functions were added to the 'graph' package. The setting 'email_as_login' was added. The function 'get_error_message' was added to the 'security::security_validator' package. The package 'gui::context' was fixed. Users can use email as a login. The paramater 'simple_editor' was added to the 'textarea' macro. Small bugfixes and improvements. The documentation was updated.
LeechCraft is a modular Internet client. It allows you to browse the Web; read RSS/Atom feeds; download files via BitTorrent, FTP, and HTTP; automatically download, play, or stream podcasts (and other media files); and much more.
Release Notes: This is the last RC before the final 0.5.0 release. It includes quite a few fixes, notably: re-enabled Flash support in Poshuku, the Web browser; fixes for many memory leaks in Azoth, the IM client; and a shortcut for the Azoth roster. Also, breaking changes to LackMan, the package manager, have been backported from the master branch, so updating is encouraged.
jHepWork (jWork) is an environment for scientific computation, data analysis, and data visualization for scientists, engineers, and students. The program is fully multi-platform (written in Java). Programs can be written in the Java, Jython/Python, and BeanShell scripting languages. Matlab/Octave is supported for symbolic calculations. The program can be used to display data and functions in D and 3D. It comes with a friendly IDE and a code assist.
Release Notes: This release has a complete rewrite of data collections (speeds up the code by a factor of 3-5 compared to the previous releases).
TOMUSS allows multiple users to edit the same spreadsheet table with their Web browsers. It stores the complete history of the table modification. TOMUSS is intended to be used by teachers to enter ranking and to allow students to see their ranks.
Release Notes: Major bugfixes: cells were not commentable, and using form input with IE may have broken the table content.
Rho is a small, very powerful console-based POSIX text editor and mini-IDE with Bash/Emacs key bindings. A configuration file allows the user to create macros using not only any internal function but anything available to a shell command. Keyboard macros (Ctl-Alt-A through Z) can be sourced into the editor for each kind of task, the next sourcing overwriting the last. Rho also allows an unlimited number of templates (sh, awk, python, etc.) to be injected into executable buffers which trap stdout and stderr.
Release Notes: In rho.docmdline, the ability to open a non-existent file was restored so that you can use "rho newfile" instead of "rho" and then "^X^W newfile". A call was added to remove any dangling tempfiles. A few more unused variables were removed. The command for relocation of the cursor line (^U n ^L) was documented.