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Freeplane 1.3.11-1~getdeb1
Java program for working with Mind Maps
Freeplane is a free and open source software application that supports thinking, sharing information and getting things done at work, in school and at home. The core of the software is tools for mind mapping (also known as concept mapping or information mapping) and using mapped information.

Available for Ubuntu: 14.04

Updated: 2014-07-16 00:30:04 | Changes

Wago-popup-dict 1.0+git140614-1~getdeb1
Japanese Popup Dictionary
Wago-popup-dict is a opensource Japanese Popup Dictionary for fast automatic words lookup. It is the successor of wadoku-notify a simple Japanese-German popup dictionary. It now also offers a edict Dictionary Database, Global Hotkey support, Tray Icon and extended Setting and search dialogs.

Available for Ubuntu: 14.04

Updated: 2014-06-14 22:50:13 | Changes

wadoku-notify 0.0.1+git110128-1~getdeb1
German-Japanese dictionary lookup tool
wadoku-notify is an automatic German-Japanese dictionary lookup tool. It is open source licensed (GPLv3) and free of charge. The dictionary database content is from www.wadoku.de.

Available for Ubuntu: 14.04

Updated: 2014-06-14 17:00:11 | Changes

Gfire 0.9.6-1~getdeb1
xfire plugin for pidgin
Gfire is an open source plugin for the Pidgin IM client which allows you to connect to the Xfire network. It features full friend list support, including game and server statuses, group chat, and profiles. Xfire is a network that allows gamers to talk to each other while playing a game. It keeps track of games you open and synchronizes your status online, and allows you to join friends' games with a few clicks of the mouse.

Available for Ubuntu: 14.04

Updated: 2014-06-07 14:40:03 | Changes

diff-pdf 0.2-1~getdeb1
Simple tool for visually comparing two PDF files
diff-pdf is a tool for visually comparing two PDFs. It takes two PDF files as arguments. By default, its only output is its return code, which is 0 if there are no differences and 1 if the two PDFs differ. If given the --pdf option, diff-pdf produces a PDF file with visually highlighted differences:
$ diff-pdf --output-diff=diff.pdf a.pdf b.pdf
Another option is to compare the two files visually in a simple GUI, using the --view argument:
$ diff-pdf --view a.pdf b.pdf

Available for Ubuntu: 14.04

Updated: 2014-04-30 22:30:03 | Changes


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