The console-tools package allows you to set-up and manipulate the Linux console (ie. text screen and keyboard), and manipulate console-font files. It was developed from version 0.94 of the standard `kbd' package, and integrates many fixes and enhancements, including new kbd features up to 0.99.
sgml2x is a script designed to help applying a DSSSL stylesheet to an SGML or XML document. It has a couple of interesting features, such as multiple possible stylesheets per document class, easy integration of new stylesheets by adding a simple new definition file in a configuration directory (system-wide, per-user, or per-project), and automatic selection of a default stylesheet to be used. It is already set up for DocBook SGML/XML.
AlcoveBook DTD and stylesheets is a strict subset of the DocBook DTD. The ultimate goal is to provide a series of DTDs for enterprise use, commercial proposal, whitepaper, etc. For now, this is one single SGML DTD. The stylesheets are usable with both DocBook and AlcoveBook. They include a set of extensions over Norman Walsh's modular docbook stylesheets (docbook-dsssl), and a book- like layout for articles.
Jade Tex is a TeX macro package for processing the output from Jade/OpenJade in TeX (-t) mode. It is part of the standard DSSSL Jade-based toolchain to produce PostScript or PDF from SGML/XML documents. It produces output either as a DVI file, or directly to PDF when using pdfjadetex.
DEPS (formerly known as graph-includes) is a set of tools and libraries which allows users to extract dependency information from arbitrary material (e.g. program source files), apply various transformations to this graph, and draw it. It is typically used as helper tool for a refactoring effort, to create a graph of dependencies between groups of source files. Readability and usability of the dependency graphs are currently improved by customizable grouping of several source files into a single node, coloring of nodes belonging to given groups, and transitive reduction of the graph.
Re: Replacement for kbd
> Well, this is no loger true. kbd is by
> far more uptodate than
Not completely true. A number of console-tools feature are still not supported by kbd (eg. sfm fallbacks). I have not sync'd console-tools with kbd features for a long long time, so kbd has got new features of its own. Neither is a subset of the other any more at this time.
> I couldn't even contact
> console-tools maintainer
> to send him some data for macedonian
Sorry, there are a whole lot of submissions in my mailboxes. I forward to the Debian BTS (http://bugs.debian.org/console-data) when I find old ones, and some day there may be a new console-data release.
Name clash and namespace polution
There once was (not so long ago) a program named open.
It had been there for a long time, and is still there under the
name "openvt", so as to reduce namespace polution.
Keeping such a name here probably won't help anyone.