List of applications/Documents
< List of applications
- fbdjvu — A DjVu viewer similar for fbpdf.
- fbpdf — A small framebuffer PDF viewer based off of MuPDF, with Vim keybindings and written in C.
- apvlv — A lightweight PDF/DjVu/UMD/TXT viewer with Vim keybindings.
- ePDFView — A free lightweight PDF document viewer using the Poppler and GTK+ libraries.
- Evince — A document viewer for multiple document formats. Supports PDF, PostScript, DjVu, TIFF and DVI.
- Foxit Reader — A small, fast (compared to Acrobat) PDF viewer.
- llpp — A very fast PDF reader based off of MuPDF, that supports continuous page scrolling, bookmarking, and text search through the whole document.
- http://repo.or.cz/w/llpp.git || AUR
- MuPDF — A very fast PDF and XPS viewer and toolkit written in portable C. Features CJK font support.
- Okular — viewer for KDE.
- qpdfview — A tabbed PDF viewer using the Poppler and Qt libraries.
- Xpdf — A viewer that can decode LZW and read encrypted PDFs.
- zathura — Highly customizable and functional PDF/DjVu/PostScript/ComicBook viewer (plugin based).
- ChmSee — A CHM viewer based on xulrunner.
- GnoCHM — A CHM viewer meant to integrate with GNOME, based on pychm.
- Kchmviewer — A Qt-based CHM viewer that uses chmlib and borrows some ideas from xchm. It does not depend on KDE, but it can be compiled to integrate with it.
- xCHM — A lightweight CHM viewer, based on chmlib.
- Calligra — An actively developed fork of KOffice, the KDE office suite. It offers most of the features of OpenOffice.org while also having versions for smartphones (Calligra Mobile) and tablets (Calligra Active).
- LibreOffice — A more actively developed fork of OpenOffice.org.
- OpenOffice.org — An open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more (currently under the Apache Licence).
- http://www.openoffice.org/ || AUR
- Siag Office — An extremely lightweight office suite that provides a word processor, spreadsheet, text editor, file manager and previewer.
- http://siag.nu/ || AUR
- Pinot — A personal search and metasearch tool.
- Recoll — A full text search tool with a Xapian backend.
- Tracker — An all-in-one indexer, search tool and metadata database.
- Strigi — A fast crawling desktop search engine with a Qt GUI.
- Abiword — A full-featured word processor.
- Abiword Light — A lighter version of Abiword.
- http://www.abisource.com/ || AUR
- BlueGriffon — A new WYSIWYG content editor for the World Wide Web.
- http://www.bluegriffon.com/ || AUR
- LibreOffice Writer — A full-featured word processor included in the LibreOffice suite.
- Markdown — A text-to-HTML conversion tool that allows you to write using a simple plain text format.
- OpenOffice.org Writer — A full-featured word processor included in the OpenOffice.org suite.
- http://www.openoffice.org/ || AUR
- Pandoc — A swiss-army knife for converting one markup format into another (supports Markdown).
- Ted — An easy to use GTK+ based rich text processor (with footnote support).
- txt2tags — A dead-simple, KISS-compliant lightweight, human-readable markup language to produce rich format content out of plain text files.
- Scribus — A desktop publishing program.
- gnumeric — GNOME Spreadsheet Program
- LibreOffice Calc — spreadsheet application for LibreOffice
- OpenOffice.org Calc — full-featured spreadsheet included in OpenOffice.org suite
With LaTeX, creation of any scientific document, article, journal, etc. is made commonplace. Here are two examples of frontends for LaTeX.
- TeXMacs — wysiwyw (what you see is what you want) editing platform with special features for scientists.
- LyX — LyX is a document processor that encourages an approach to writing based on the structure of your documents (WYSIWYM) and not simply their appearance (WYSIWYG).
- Texmaker — Texmaker is an cross-platform, light and easy-to-use LaTeX IDE.
- AUCTeX — Turns Emacs in one of the most powerful TeX/LaTeX/ConTeXt environment to date.