Active-DVI is a DVI previewer and a programmable presenter for slides written in LaTeX. The previewer features color anti-aliasing, inclusion of images with alpha channel and blending, encapsulated Postscript file inclusion, Gpic specials to display pictures, correct treatment of many inlined-Postscript specials, page background settings, and Japanese pTeX DVI extension support. To present your DVI files, it features basic effects for presentation (pause, delay, dynamic text color change), annotations displayed on demand (similar to pop-up balloons), hyperlinks from slide to slide or to other files, replay of previously recorded parts of the display, text movements, page transitions, embedded applications, and scratching on slide to interactively modify the text on screen. Its special effects are set and launched from within your LaTeX source file via the macros of the advi.sty LaTeX package provided by the distribution. In addition, Caml hackers can program new and fancy Active-DVI effects in the source code of the presenter.
Argot is a custom HTML generator for the ocamldoc tool. It supports stroked, underlined, and highlighted styles, image data inclusion, table support with captions, headers, rows, and data, token substitution, a @typevar tag for documenting type variables, @unimplemented, @todo, @todoc, @docme, @fixme, and @tofix tags for remaining work, @threadsafe and @threadunsafe tags for thread compatibility, a @stateful tag for state-based functions, and @attention, @bug, @error, @info, @new, @note, @remark, and @warning tags.
BSD Make Pallas Scripts is a collection of BSD Make directives that can be used to create workflows including the following activities: preparation and publication of TeX documents, development of TeX macros with NOWEB, development of OCaml software, maintenance of FreeBSD workstation configuration files, preparation of a static Web site with ONSGMLS. It has several nice advanced features, like producing METAPOST figures for TeX documents or parallel build on OCaml projects.
Bantam is a fast, light file manager for X11. It is targeted at power users who know their way around a file system and like to use the keyboard. Its important features include single-keystroke commands as the primary mode of operation, an arbitrary number of directory views, and a configurable interface to external file viewers and editors.