Box is a language specifically designed to make vector graphics easy plus a integrated development environment which facilitates the use of the language by interactively showing the graphical output. Box combines the convenience of drawing figures with the mouse with the convenience of describing them with a language tailored for vector graphics.
Vector graphics editor for printing industry
Skencil is a vector drawing program. It's written almost completely in python for flexibilty with some modules written in C for speed.
monoGIS will be a complete GIS suite for the Mono platform. The current milestone release includes an internet mapserver, OGC WMS implementation and some tools like spatial format conversion. For other projects using monoGIS see mdwglib and Appomattox.
A powerful C++ class library for image manipulation
ImageStone is a powerful C++ class library for image manipulation. Its features include load, save, display, transformation, and nearly 100 special image effects. It can be used cross platform (includes Windows, Linux, Mac), and especially under windows it can be used as a DIB wrapper class.
A UML class diagram editor written in C++ using Tcl/Tk for the GUI portion. Designed to be easy to maintain and extend.
Debrief is an Open Source Java application used for viewing maritime vessel tracks in 2 and 3 dimensions. Tracks are read in using a number of flat-file ASCII formats, including AUTEC (RAO), PMRF and AFWTF.
DiaCanvas is a library for drawing diagrams. It is completely Model/View/Controller based and has a Visio (DIA) look. The package also contains a Python wrapper for the library.
Exymen aims towards being a universal cross platform multimedia editor. The goal is to have one application capable of editing all kinds of media content, including sound, video, slide presentations and white board content. Exymen has an open generic AP
KOffice is a free and comprehensive office suite integrating perfectly into KDE.
SystemESP is a schema driven block diagramming tool written in Java designed for rapid prototyping of graphical notations. SystemESP links into the kin lisp interpreter for scripting, and allows the import of SVG as the diagram elements.
kfig shold become a "replacement" for xfig under KDE. It should be a slim tool to draw Fig-figures which is able to export them to varius file-formats. At the moment, there is only a cvs version available.
Our idea for vgl is to build an object oriented Vector Graphics Library written in C++ using openGL for rendering. The focus of the library is to construct a clean object model that is exceptionally fast. We plan to support Linux, Win32 and Mac OS X.