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A pretty printer for various programming languages
LGrind is a pretty printer for a large number of programming languages using LaTeX. It is in the form of a separate preprocessor. . The licence is non-free, as it contains a no-sale clause. You might consider using the listings package instead, which is free; it also claims to be able to read the language definitions of LGrind. LGrind's output tends to be prettier, though, especially if you prefer non-monospaced fonts.
Quranic Study Tool
Zekr is an open platform Quran study tool for simply browsing and researching on the Holy Quran (Koran). . A few selected features: - Zekr supports managed/scoped searching of the whole Quran and translations, with matching and non-matching diacritics; - A builtin Quran recitation player; - Revelation pack support (revelation order of suras or ayas); - Advanced search using Lucene powerful text search library: Boolean operators, groups, wild cards, scopes, ...; - "Uthman Taha (experimental)" theme: This theme uses me_quran font (designed by Meor Ridzuan) for rendering Quran ayas; - Zekr is flexible in adding new plugins, themes, language packs, and Quran's translations and recitations. . You can find more Quran translations and recitations in Zekr's website: http://www.zekr.org . If you would like to ask for a solution of any problem you have with zekr, report bugs, ask for new features, help in developing zekr, contribute in documenting zekr and extending zekr's wiki, translate zekr in your native language, and prepare Quran translations available in your language for zekr you are welcome to the project Google group: http://zekr.org/quran/contact . Please be advised that although the Quran text used in Zekr which is provided by http://tanzil.info is one of the most accurate electronic Quran texts passed both manual and automatic text verification processes, it may still have typos. If you find any typos, please report it in the Google group mentioned above.
prints round cd-labels
cd-circleprint is a program to create round cd-labels written in perl, using perl-tk to produce a graphical frontend. The labels have four lines of nice curved text and an additional four fields with normal text. Each field has selectable text-size, font and colour. The background colour is also selectable. The label may also have a background image. You can squeeze the whole page if your printer doesn't generate correct circles and you can move the two labels on the sheet to accommodate different types of label sheets. The output is postscript to make it as portable as possible.
printer driver for Canon LBP laser printers
CJET filters printer data from stdin to stdout, converting HP PCL (Printer Command Language) escape sequences and data structures, e.g. font headers, to their CaPSL equivalents. . CaPSL stands for Canon Printing System Language. It is a set of control command developed for the Canon European Language Printer. CaPSL was used in Canon Export Models such as LBP-8markIII series and LBP-4series. Canon's older Japanese models (LBP-A404 GII etc. LIPS-III as default command) usually have CaPSL emulation mode.
DebianDoc SGML DTD and formatting tools
This is an SGML-based documentation formatting package used for the Debian manuals. It reads markup files and produces HTML, LaTeX, DVI (via LaTeX), PostScript (via LaTeX/DVI), PDF (via LaTeX), Texinfo, Info (via Texinfo), DebianDoc SGML, DocBook XML, plain text (with overstrikes a la troff as well as without) files. . The LaTeX based output needs the texlive, texlive-latex-extra and texlive-lang-all packages. In addition to this, Chinese and Japanese need latex-cjk-all and corresponding font packages. . The Texinfo based output needs the texinfo package.
GNU troff text-formatting system (base system components)
This package contains the traditional UN*X text formatting tools troff, nroff, tbl, eqn, and pic. These utilities, together with the man-db package, are essential for displaying the on-line manual pages. . groff-base is a stripped-down package containing the necessary components to read manual pages in ASCII, Latin-1, and UTF-8, plus the PostScript device (groff's default). Users who want a full groff installation, with the standard set of devices, fonts, macros, and documentation, should install the groff package.