List of applications/Other
- 1 Others
- 1.1 Note Taking Organizers
- 1.2 Time Management
- 1.3 Translation and Localisation
- 1.4 Work environment
- 1.5 System Monitoring
- 1.6 Terminal emulators
- 1.7 Text editors
- 1.8 Integrated Development Environments
- 1.9 Application Launchers
- 1.10 Amateur radio
- 1.11 Finance
Note Taking OrganizersTemplate:Wikipedia
- Doneyet — An ncurses based hierarchical To-do list manager written in C++.
- hnb (hierarchical notebook) — A program to organize many kinds of data (addresses, to-do lists, ideas, book reviews, etc.) in one place using the XML format.
- http://hnb.sourceforge.net/ || AUR
- Taskwarrior — A command-line To-do list application with support for lua customization and more.
- Todo.txt — A small command-line To-do manager.
- TuDu — An ncurses based hierarchical To-do list manager with vim-like keybindings.
- http://code.meskio.net/tudu/ || AUR
- BasKet — An application for organizing, sharing, and taking notes. It can manage various types of information such as to-do lists, links, pictures, and other types, similar to a scrapbook.
- Cherrytree — A hierarchical note taking application, featuring rich text and syntax highlighting, storing data in a single xml or sqlite file.
- Glista — A simple GTK+ To-do list manager with notes support.
- Gnote — An experimental port of Tomboy to C++.
- KeepNote — A cross-platform GTK+ note-taking application with rich text formatting.
- KJots — A small program which is handy for keeping and organizing miscellaneous notes, part of KDE PIM.
- NoteCase — A portable hierarchical note manager, coded in C++ using bindings to the GTK+ toolkit.
- http://orgmode.org || AUR
- Tomboy — A desktop note-taking application for Linux and Unix with a wiki-like linking system to connect notes together.
- zim — A WYSIWYG text editor that aims at bringing the concept of a wiki to the desktop.
- Calcurse — A text based ncurses calendar and scheduling system.
- Pal — A very lightweight calendar with both interactive and non-interactive interfaces.
- Remind — A highly sophisticated text based calendaring and notification system.
- When — A simple personal calendar program.
- Wyrd — A text-based front-end to Remind, a calendar and alarm program used on UNIX and Linux computers.
- etm (Event and Task Manager) — A simple application with a "Getting Things Done!" approach to handling events, tasks, activities, reminders and projects.
- GTG (Getting Things GNOME!) — A personal tasks and To-do list items organizer for the GNOME desktop.
- http://gtg.fritalk.com || AUR
- KOrganizer — A calendar and scheduling program, part of KDE PIM.
- Lightning — An extension to Mozilla Thunderbird that provides calendar and task support.
- Orage — A GTK+ calendar and task manager often seen integrated with Xfce.
- Osmo — A GTK+ personal organizer, which includes calendar, tasks manager and address book modules.
- Rachota — A portable time tracker for personal projects.
- Task Coach — A simple open source To-do manager to manage personal tasks and To-do lists.
- http://taskcoach.org || AUR
- Tasks — A simple To-do list application that uses libecal.
- TkRemind — A sophisticated calendar and alarm program.
- wxRemind — A Python text and graphical frontend to Remind.
Translation and Localisation
- Apertium — A free and open source rule based machine translation platform with available language data. It supports the following formats: HTML, Microsoft Office 2007 XML, OpenDocument, TMX, MediaWiki and others.
- http://apertium.org/ || AUR
- Lokalize — A standard KDE tool for software translation. It includes basic editing of PO files, support for glossary, translation memory, project managing, etc.
- Moses — A statistical machine translation tool (language data not included).
- OmegaT — A general translator's tool which contains a lot of translation memory features and can give suggestions from Google Translate. It supports the following formats: HTML, Microsoft Office 2007 XML, OpenDocument, XLIFF/Okapi, MediaWiki, plain text, TMX and others.
- http://omegat.org || AUR
- Poedit — A simple gettext/po-file based translation tool.
- Pology — A set of Python tools for dealing with gettext/po-files.
- Virtaal — An editor for translation of both software and other text, based on Translate Toolkit. It supports the following formats: gettext, XLIFF , TMX, TBX, Wordfast, Qt Linguist , Qt Phrase Book, OmegaT glossary and others. It can also show suggestions from Apertium, Google Translate, Bing Translator, Moses and others.
Default installation of Arch does not contain any Desktop Environment and therefore forces users to choose one themselves. Most Arch boxes run some X11 Window Manager and/or Desktop Environment but precedents of doing everyday tasks in bare console are also present (proofs?).
- dvtm — performs dwm-style window management in console
Terminal multiplexers etc
- screen — Full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal
- Tmux — BSD-licensed terminal multiplexer
- dtach — program that emulates the detach feature of screen
- adesklet-systemmonitor — modular stackable system monitors for adesklets
- Conky — lightweight, scriptable system monitor
- GKrellM — simple, flexible system monitor package for GTK2; many plug-ins are available on AUR
- Htop — simple, ncurses interactive process viewer
- LXTask — lightweight task manager for LXDE
Power users use terminal emulators quite often, so unsurprisingly lots of X11 terminal emulators exist. Most of them emulate Xterm that emulates VT102, which emulates typewriter, so you will have to read Wikipedia article and other sources to master these things. Some of listed emulators have "quake"-like sequences in names or refer to Quake terminals. If you have not played Quake (really?) or did not pay enough attention to it's terminals – those have no border and are hidden from the desktop until a key is pressed.
- Xterm — It is doubtful that you would need more functionality than present in the Xterm, but be ready to tune it a bit to get nice look and working copy-paste
- aterm — An xterm replacement with transparency support
- Yakuake — drop-down terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology
- rxvt — popular replacement for the xterm
- urxvt — A highly extendable unicode enabled rxvt-clone terminal emulator featuring tabbing, url launching, quake-style dropdown, pseudo-transparency, and is extensible with perl
- mrxvt — tabbed X terminal emulator based on rxvt code
- Eterm (Enlightenment) — emulator, derived from rxvt
- http://eterm.org || AUR
- Terminator — terminal emulator supporting multiple resizable terminal panes
- Tilda — A Linux terminal taking after the likeness of many classic terminals from first person shooter games, Quake, Doom and Half-Life
- Termit — simple terminal emulator, extensible via Lua. Includes tabs, bookmarks, and the ability to switch encodings
Terminal Vidget, developed during early Gnome days, gave birth to many terminals with similar capabilities:
- ROXTerm — A tabbed, VTE-based terminal emulator with a small footprint
- Sakura — A terminal emulator based on GTK+ and VTE
- mt — written as nice light-er-weight replacement for sakura (the binary is one third the size), keeping most of the functionality, except settings are defined during compilation, and removes some stupid features
- lxterminal — VTE-based terminal emulator and c part of the LXDE DE.
- GNOME Terminal — GNOME default (standalone) terminal with support for Unicode and pseudo-transparency
- guake — drop-down terminal for Gnome Desktop Environment
- http://guake.org/ || AUR
- Stjerm — is a GTK+-based drop-down terminal emulator. Stjerm sets itself apart from similar programs by providing a minimalistic interface combined with a small file size, lightweight memory usage and easy integration with composite window managers such as Compiz.
- Terminal — Xfce default terminal with support for a colorized prompt and a tabbed interface
- evilvte — name apparently is a reference to evilwm, although the two projects do not appear to be related
- http://calno.com/evilvte/ || AUR
- LilyTerm — A light and easy to use libvte based X Terminal Emulator
- GNU Emacs — The somewhat intimidating but famously extensible text editor with hundreds of tricks and add-ons
- http://jedsoft.org/jed/ || AUR
- Joe — Joe's Own Editor
- nano — A console text editor based on pico with on-screen key binding help
- Vim — Vi IMproved
- ed — Ed is the standard text editor
- Zile — Lightweight Emacs clone
- dex — dextrous text editor, a lightweight text editor.
- Acme — A minimalist and flexible programming environment by Rob Pike
- Beaver — An Early AdVanced EditoR
- cssed — GTK2 based Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) editor
- Edile — A PyGTK code/scripting editor implemented in one file
- Gedit — Part of the GNOME desktop, but has minimal dependencies: a GTK2 editor with syntax highlighting, automatic indentation, matching brackets, etc., and a number of add-ons to increase functionality
- gVim — Vi IMproved
- Kate — The KDE Advanced Text Editor. A full-featured programmer's editor, with MDI and a filesystem browser
- KWrite (part of the KDE desktop) — lightweight text editor with syntax highlighting.
- Leafpad — A notepad clone for GTK+ 2.x that emphasizes simplicity
- medit — medit is a programming and around-programming text editor
- PyRoom — great distractionless PyGTK text editor, a clone of the infamous WriteRoom
- http://pyroom.org/ || AUR
- Sam — graphical text editor by Rob Pike (still used by Ken Thompson and others)
- http://sam.cat-v.org || or
- Scite — generally useful editor with facilities for building and running programs
- Sublime Text 2 — Closed-source C++ and Python based editor with many advanced features and plugins while staying lightweight and pretty
- http://sublimetext.com || AUR
- QSciTE — A Qt clone of the SciTE text/code editor.
- JuffEd — A simple tabbed text editor with syntax highlighting, written in Qt.
- QXmlEdit — A simple Qt XML editor and XSD viewer.
- Tea — Qt based feature rich text editor
Integrated Development Environments
- QDevelop — A free and cross-platform IDE for Qt4.
- Qt Creator — A lightweight, cross-platform C++ integrated development environment with a focus on Qt.
- Eclipse — An open source community project, which aims to provide a universal development platform.
- KDevelop — A feature-full, plugin extensible IDE for C/C++ and other programming languages.
- Anjuta — A versatile IDE with project management, an application wizard, an interactive debugger, a source editor, version control support and many more tools.
- MonoDevelop — An cross-platform IDE targeted for the Mono and .NET frameworks.
- Eric — A full-featured Python 3.x and Ruby IDE in PyQt4.
- IntelliJ IDEA — An IDE for Java, Groovy and other programming languages with advanced refactoring features.
- Gambas — A free development environment based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions.
- Code::Blocks — An open source and cross-platform C/C++ IDE.
- http://www.aptana.org/ || AUR
- PyCharm — An IDE used for programming in Python with support for code analysis, debugging, unit testing, version control and web development with Django.
- Bluefish — GTK editor/IDE with an MDI interface, syntax highlighting and support for Python plugins
- Geany — A text editor using the GTK+ 2 toolkit with basic features of an integrated development environment
- Adeskbar — easy, simple, unobtrusive application launcher for Openbox
- Fehlstart — small application launcher written in c99
- gmrun — A lightweight gtk based application launcher, with ability to run programs inside terminal and other handy features
- dmenu — dmenu is a fast and lightweight dynamic menu for X, which is also useful as an application launcher
- launchy — One of the most popular cross-platform application launcher. Has a plugin based system to provide different functionality
- GNOME Do — Inspired by quicksilver, it supports different plugins for various purposes. Originally intended to be used with gnome, but can be used with other Desktop Environments / Window Managers too.
- esniper — simple, lightweight tool for sniping ebay auctions
- GnuCash — personal and small-business financial-accounting software