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NicolasRobidoux
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2010-11-23 12:51:31

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jpegoptim
"map jpegoptim tells all there is to know"
5
okular
"works when evince doesn't (under Gnome!)"
5
evince
"great when it doesn't choke"
4
acroread
"robust printer interaction"
5
gnuplot
"an open source gem"
5
gimp
"powerful and flexible, and consequently not quite beginner friendly"
5
imagemagick
"command-line image processing system with a comprehensive feature set, good documentation, and helpful forums"
5
nip2
"fast and lean interactive and batch image processing"
5
subversion
"Easier on users than git. However: this version seems to break compatibility with older svn servers?"
4
gcc
"You compile code, you need this. Period. (Unless you have purchased a commercial compiler, in which case you should know what you're doing.)"
5
cvs
"CVS is an "old way" of doing version control. Use svn or git instead if you have a choice.."
3
g++
"Does this REALLY need a review?"
5
libntl-dev
"multiple precision library which seems to work well (with boost, for example)"
5
libboost-dev
"boost's minimax package is the best one I've found. It appears that boost is an excellent C++ library overall."
5
openssh-server
"a must if you need remote access or copy files between systems"
5
auctex
"A must if you use emacs and latex"
5
texlive-latex-base
"Prepare documents by programming!"
5
axiom
"Powerful, elegant, fast, and somewhat difficult to use (more like a programming language than an application)"
5
emacs
"Powerful, efficient and complex"
5