rtf2latex2e is an utility to convert RTF files from popular word processors to the LaTeX2e format for those who value quality typesetting. rtf2latex2e uses the RTF reader package by Paul DuBois to parse the RTF code and generates an appropriate LaTeX file. The main features of rtf2latex2e are: detects text style: bold, italic, color, big, small,... reads embedded figures: PICT, WMF, PNG, JPEG,... reads tables: simple to semi- complex equations: reads out Equation Editor equations (courtesy Steve Swanson, http://www.mackichan.com) symbols: converts most greek and math symbols reads footnotes (not in tables yet), and converts hypertext links using the hyperref package.
The "Grand Unified Toolkit" is a portable, low-level C++ API targeted toward the development of interactive 3D applications. It is based around a comprehensive OpenGL setup API with features like windowed and fullscreen displays, on-the-fly video mode switching, transparent support for 3Dfx standalone cards, and texture and font support. The Toolkit also includes a user input API, access to the system timer, basic 3D math objects, file I/O, and more. Full source code, HTML documentation, and several small sample applications are available.
Romeo is a tool for constructing customized Palm OS ROM images. With Romeo, you can remove unused default applications from your Palm, and install other applications in ROM to save RAM and increase their durability. Romeo can also display a great deal of information about the structure of Palm OS ROMs and PRCs.