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Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 kcdfind

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kcdfind is Kudla's CD Finder, a CD catalog search applet written in PerlQt. It includes cdfind, the command-line version. Currently it will scan CD's, let you search on a number of fields, display the results in a sortable table, and generate a summary.

Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 KCharMap

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KCharMap is a character map program for KDE. It allows users to browse through available characters in a font and copy them to the clipboard for use in a document or application.

Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Kcheat

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Kcheat is an application designed to assist with cheating at games in Linux. With Kcheat you will be able to search for values like health, score, gold, etc. in the games you play and change them to whatever you want, or even lock them so they stay constant.

Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Jonah

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Jonah is a two-part system for displaying headlines on your site. The backend fetches a list of My.Netscape or My.Userland style channel files, caches them locally, and generates a local html representation for each. The frontend provides an interface for viewing the generated headlines.

Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 journal-mode

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journal-mode provides an Emacs mode to easily edit and maintain a simple text journal. One keystroke inserts the date and optionally a topic for the entry. The date format is configurable, and journal-mode can be used in conjunction with outline-minor-mode.

Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Joy2Key

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Joy2Key is a program for X and the console that monitors the joystick (typically /dev/js0) and sends X keyboard events to application windows or keystrokes to the console (both "terminal" and "rawconsole" modes for terminal stuff and SVGALIB stuff respectivly). It allows the use of a joystick with applications that don't otherwise support one, such as xkobo, iNES or sDoom. Joy2Key supports .rcfile and easy joystick calibration.

Tar/GZ (Development) Website (Development) Updated 30 Jan 2001 joyd

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joyd is a very flexible program that allows you to execute commands via a joystick or joypad attached to your computer. One simple possibility would be to reboot when your keyboard is hung. It can use any device supported by the Linux Joystick Driver. Helper applications allow you to test the joystick status in your own shell scripts.

Tar/GZ Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 jPhoto

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Java USB Camera Tools handle cameras that support the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) standard, a vendor-neutral standard for talking to digital cameras using USB. It provides a protocol library and command line tools, and it works nicely with GCJ, the GNU Compiler for Java.

Tar/GZ No website Updated 30 Jan 2001 jpig

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jpig is a program to read and decompress JPEG images, remap their pallettes, and convert image areas to characters for display on a standard Linux text console.

Zip Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Printf for Java

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Printf for Java is a pure Java implementation of the famous printf data formatting function. It supports precompiled format strings for faster processing and an object-oriented data model for maximum flexibility. Printf for Java has helped hundreds of programmers port legacy C applications to Java.

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DynamicReports

A Java library for reporting.

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Task Coach

A friendly task manager.