Fract-O-Rama is a Qt-based fractal generation program. All fractal images are specified using the program's fractal scripting language, so it is possible to explore a wider variety of fractal types/options than with many other generation programs. Full source is included, and the program readily compiles/runs on UNIX or win32 (win32 binaries are also available, as a Qt commercial license is required to build the program on windows). It comes with documentation and many example fractals.
FreeType 2 is a high-quality and portable font engine that is capable of supporting several font formats (be they bitmapped or scalable) through a simple and uniform interface. Its design is modular and allows independent "font driver" modules to be added, even at runtime, to support additional formats. It also provides a high-quality anti-aliasing renderer, an innovative auto-hinting engine, and support for the following font formats: TrueType Type1, CID-Type 1, Multiple Masters Type 1 OpenType/CFF, pure CFF, and CEF Windows FNT/FON.
Frood is a Gtk/Perl LDAP client designed to work on LDAPv2 and LDAPv3 servers. You can extract data from a server by either searching (either by baseDN, scope, filter, attribute names, or attributes) or by browsing a hierarchial tree structure. Entries can be added, deleted, modified, or have their RDNs modified. LDIF files can be imported and exported. LDAPv3 schema can be edited.
FVWM is a multiple large virtual desktop window manager originally derived from twm. FVWM is intended to have a small memory footprint and a rich feature set, be extremely customizable and extendable and have a high degree of Motif mwm compatibility. FVWM is highly extensible through its module interface.
FvwmPartition is a FVWM2 module that allows the user to build a structure of panes in a fairly arbitrary manner. Windows can be attached to these panes and manipulated together by dragging the bars that separate the panes. Windows in a specific pane can selected by tapping the labels on the parent bar or moved by drag-and-dropping the labels.