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Among the other most noticeable features of a2ps are:
- various encodings (all the Latins and others),
- various fonts (automatic font down loading),
- various medias,
- various printer interfaces,
- various output styles,
- various programming languages,
- various helping applications,
- and various spoken languages.
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Located in Package: a2ps
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This package contains the programs `abc2midi' and `midi2abc', which convert from the abc musical notation format to standard MIDI format and vice-versa. They can generate accompaniment from guitar chords in the abc file, as well as insert various MIDI events; the MIDI-to-abc translation tries to figure out bars, triplets and accidentals on its own.
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Located in Package: abcmidi
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This driver will give access to the special keys on notebooks of the Acer Travelmate series, which are not handled by the keyboard driver.
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Located in Package: acerhk-source
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BASE is a web interface to perform analysis of intrusions that snort has detected on your network. It uses a user authentication and role-base system, so that you as the security admin can decide what and how much information each user can see.
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Located in Package: acidbase
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acm is an air combat simulator that runs under the X window system. This version of acm is implemented as a distributed simulation. It communicates information via the IEEE Distributed Interactive Simulation protocol.
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Located in Package: acm
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This package contains a couple of things that might be of use:
adgnumailconverter
A tool that will merge your GNUMail address book into the Addresses
database.
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Located in Package: addresses-goodies-for-gnustep
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This package constitutes a personal address manager for the GNUstep software system. It allows archiving complete personal contact information, organizing contacts in groups, integration with other software such as mail clients and sharing address information with other users over the network.
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Located in Package: addressmanager.app
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adesklets is an interactive Imlib2 console for the X Window system. It provides to scripted languages a clean and simple way to write great looking, mildly interactive desktop integrated graphic applets (aka "desklets").
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Located in Package: adesklets
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a tool for processing triangulated solid meshes
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Located in Package: admesh
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Currently, ADMesh only reads the STL file format that is used for rapid prototyping applications, although it can write STL, VRML, OFF, and DXF files. Some features of admesh are: Fill holes in the mesh by adding facets. Repair facets by connecting nearby facets. Repair normal directions (i.e. facets should be CCW) Remove degenerate facets (i.e. facets with 2 or more vertices equal) Web site: http://www.varlog.com/products/admesh/
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