Well, just three programs, at present, for free download. Enjoy!
This is the download page for the Linux versions of The Daily Journal, Treecle, for which you will have to scroll down a little, and Trajecstory, for which you will have to scroll some more.
Links to earlier versions are available in the archive pages for each program, available from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.
The Daily Journal
A program to manage daily notes, appointments, alarms to upcoming appointments, contacts, holidays and lists.
This is a complete rewrite using the Qt toolkit for the user interface.
The Daily Journal 4, version 0.1
This version adds encryption to the data. It also adds the facility to insert images into the notes, list and contacts.
The German version is incorporated as a translation file, which has been provided by Tim Scheit. This is loaded automatically to present the user-interface in German if the environment is configured for that locale.
There is no separate German language version to download.
To download the source code click the button below:
The binaries are also available. In order to reduce the package size (as well as my bandwidth!) the Qt libraries and the GNU cryptographic library are not included in the packages. These are available for all distributions of Linux from their respective repositories, so please use your favorite package manager to install them on your machine.
To download a 64-bit binary click the button below:
To download a 32-bit binary click the button below
Treecle is program for creating, managing and maintaining treelike hierarchical data. It has been written using the Qt Toolkit.
This is a bugfix release, as well as the addition of a German language version contributed by Tim Scheit.
Older versions have been shifted to the archives page, available from the pull-down menu on the sidebar to the left.
To download the source code for version 1.1.1 click the button below. Instructions to compile are in the README file. A user guide in the form of a PDF is included.
Treecle 1.1.1, German version
Tim Scheit has translated all user-visible text into German and made the source available for users who prefer to organize their information in that language.
To download the source code for the German version click the button below.
A program to plot trajectories of an electron in electric and magnetic fields.
For students of Physics, the utility of such a program is immediately obvious, and no further explanation is required.
For others, it has no utility, and further explanation is pointless.
To download version 0.3 source code click the button below:
To download the 64-bit binary code click the button below:
Last modified: 8 July 2017
Copyright (c) Kartik Patel, letapk AT gmail DOT com