reStructuredText is a lightweight markup language intended to be highly readable in the source format. With it, you can produce beautiful HTML, PDF, XML, and even S5 documents from plain text files.
When you’re editing text, you may find yourself with two or three similar versions of a file. Often you are not sure which file has what content, what was deleted in one, what was added in another, and where exactly. You know what content your file should contain, but you are not sure which version to start from. It’s one of those moments you wish your computer were smart enough to understand your problem and fix it for you. Well, that’s not going to happen, but there is an open source application that you can run to help. Meet Meld, a visual diff and merge tool.
If you’re a FOSS enthusiast who keeps fit by exercising or playing sports, it’s time you used an open source application to track your activities. With these programs you can get a good overview of your exercises or create diagrams and statistics for specific time ranges and sport types. Read More
PyDEV is a plugin that enables developers to use Eclipse for Python and Jython development, making Eclipse a first-class Python IDE. The software offers features such as code completion, syntax highlighting, syntax analysis, automated refactoring, template system, source code quality checking, and a debugging environment. Read more
Scribes is a text editor for GNOME that focuses on usability. After 30 minutes of usage, you will either love it or hate it.
AsciiDoc is a handy program that can produce formatted HTML documents and manpages from plain text files. With it, you can produce general purpose documents or specialized output such as mathematical formulae and musical notation. Read more