gedit-plugins-extra is a huge, unofficial set of third-party plugins for gedit (2.13+) and some styles for GTKSourceView (2.0+). Plugins include advanced bookmarks, advanced editing, align, auto tab, browser preview, classbrowser, currentline, deletion, doc prop, edit shortcut, find in documents, latex, line spacing, python outline, reopen tabs, scratch tab, snap open, splitview2, todo, trailsave, and wordcompletion. Styles include aurora-borealis, babymate, blue-dream, chela, darkmate, dazzl, dessert, emacs, emacsdark, fluffy, textmate, tinge, and turbo.
NbGit is a module for the NetBeans IDE that adds support for working with the Git version control system. It uses the JGit library created as part of EGit to interact with Git repositories. Because the module is pure Java code, it should work better across different platforms, modulo platform specific differences, such as file system behavior.
Arcadia is a Light Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the Ruby language written in Ruby using the classic Tcl/Tk GUI toolkit. Some features include an editor with source browsing, syntax highlighting, and code completion, debug support, the ability to work on any platform where Ruby and Tcl-Tk work, a highly extensibility architecture, and support for RAD GUI building.
Thingamablog 1.0.6 Wikilink + ISCIM extension is a patch for Thingamablog, a program that generates a whole blog as static pages. This patch fixes a bug in the user interface, improves the Insert Special Character feature, and implements a Wikilink feature. The Wikilink feature allows you to link blog entries to each other, even if you don't know the URL for them.
Writer's World Maker (WWMKR) is software written for fiction writers. It allows the writer to write non-consecutively, in a scene based environment, have character development and tracking, and world development and tracking. This software is for the creation phase of writing. It is designed to help you get the story written and develop your characters and plot. Currently, WWMKR uses simple text editing. Other software should be used for spell checking, grammar, and formatting.
CodeLite is a powerful, cross-platform code editor for the C/C++ programming languages. It is regularly tested on Windows XP sp2, (K)Ubuntu 7.10 and 8.04, Fedora Core 6, Debian lenny and sid, and Mac OS X 10.5.2. CodeLite uses a sophisticated, yet intuitive interface which allows the user to easily create and build complex projects.