Geist is an object-based image editor, designed to be used in conjunction with the GIMP. While the GIMP specializes in pixel editing, geist deals with objects. Geist's specialties are antialiased truetype fonts and a full RGBA colorspace with transparent objects blended quickly in realtime. Supported objects are lines, text (with wordwrapping and font styles), rectangles, images (zoomed or scaled with or without antialiasing), and polygons. Geist saves documents in XML, and can export to all image formats supported by imlib2.
GEM is a GUI desktop environment produced by Digital Research about the time that Microsoft did the first version of Windows. This code is for IBM PC class machines. GEM also runs on the Atari ST. It is modified somewhat, but some apps are compatible. This archive includes the full sources released under the GPL, including the video drivers, printer drivers and the System Builder Kit for GEM.
gbrctl is a GNOME utility to configure the Linux Ethernet Bridging code as found in Linux kernels version 2.3.47 and higher, and patched 2.2.x kernels. It features fast and easy bridge and port editing and a stack window, displaying images of your active bridges with 'LEDs' displaying the current port statuses.
gbuild is a powerful system of scripts designed to automate cvs updating of code, compiling the modules, creating tar files, automatically creating spec files, rpms and srpms. It is easily configurable to be used with any modules, and flexible enough to be used with any project using a GNU automake/autoconf setup. Includes support for a configuration file to specify global and package specific update/compile options.
Gcal displays hybrid and proleptic Julian and Gregorian calendar sheets, respectively, for one month, three months, or a whole year, and also eternal holiday lists for many countries around the globe. It features a very powerful creation of fixed date lists that can be used for reminding purposes (i.e., it can display fixed dates on the day on which they fall and remind the user about them either on screen or by email), and calculate various astronomical data and times of the Sun and the Moon for any location, precisely enough for most purposes.