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This is a list of software free to be modified and distributed, for the software free in the monetary sense List of freeware.

This is a list of free and open source software packages: computer software licensed under free software licenses and open source licenses. Software that fits the Free Software Definition may be more appropriately called free software; the GNU project in particular objects to their works being referred to as open source. For more information about the philosophical background for open source software, see free software movement and Open Source Initiative. However, nearly all software meeting the Free Software Definition also meets the Open Source Definition and vice versa. A small fraction of the software that meets either definition is listed here.

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Applied fields

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CAx

Electronic design automation (EDA)

Finance

Integrated Library System

Mathematics

Computer simulation

  • SimPy; queue-theoretic event-based simulator written in Python
  • Blender; 3D modeling software written in Python and C++ that can make animations and games

Science

Geographic Information Systems

Plotting

Microscope image processing

Molecule viewer

Bioinformatics

Cheminformatics

Statistics

Artificial Intelligence

  • Computer Vision
    • OpenCV Open Source Computer Vision Library
  • Robotics
    • ROS Robot Operating System
  • Planning
    • TREX Reactive planning
  • Machine Learning

Assistive technology

Speech (Speech Synthesis, Speech Recognition)

Other Assistive Technology

Data storage and management

Backup software

File archivers

File Systems

Database management systems (including administration)

Data mining

  • Java Machine Learning Library — machine learning library aimed at software developers.
  • Orange (software) — Open source data visualization and data mining for novice and experts, through visual programming or Python scripting. Extensions for bioinformatics and text mining.
  • RapidMiner — data mining software written in Java, fully integrating Weka, featuring 350+ operators for preprocessing, machine learning, visualization, etc.
  • Scriptella ETLETL (Extract-Transform-Load) and script execution tool. Supports integration with J2EE and Spring. Provides connectors to CSV, LDAP, XML, JDBC/ODBC and other data sources.
  • Weka — data mining software written in Java featuring machine learning operators for classification, regression, and clustering.

Enterprise search engines

ETLs (Extract Transform Load)

Networking and Internet

E-mail

Instant messaging

Instant messaging servers

IRC Clients

RSS/Atom readers/aggregators

Communication-related

File transfer

Peer-to-peer file sharing

See also Category: Free BitTorrent clients

Remote access and management

Routing software

Web browsers

Webcam

Webgrabber

Web-related

Portal Server

Middleware

Other networking programs

Educational

Educational Suites

Learning support

Language

Typing

Geography

Other educational programs

File managers

Theology

Bible Study Tools

Games

Genealogy

Graphical user interface

Windowing system

Desktop environments

Window managers

Groupware

Content management systems

Wiki software

Healthcare software

Media

Multimedia codecs / containers / splitters

Audio editors / audio management

Graphics

Image galleries

Image viewers

Radio

Television

2D animation

3D animation

Flash animation

Video editing

Video players

CD-writing software

Other Media packages

Operating systems

Be advised that available distributions of these systems can contain, or offer to build and install, added software that is neither free software nor open source.

Password management

Personal information managers

Programming language support

  • ABCL — an implementation of Common Lisp for the JVM
  • ArgoUML — ArgoUML is a modelling tool that helps you design using UML diagrams
  • CLISP — a Common Lisp interpreter and bytecode-compiler
  • Clojure — a Lisp (not Scheme nor Common Lisp) targetting the JVM
  • DJGPP — a 32-bit DOS port of GCC and other GNU utilities
  • Dragonfly — newLISP based web development framework
  • Eiffel
  • ECL — a GPL Common Lisp implementation designed for integration with C
  • Erlang
  • Experix — command line and stack system for data acquisition and analysis and graphics
  • Forth
  • Free Pascal A Pascal compiler and cornerstone of the Lazarus RAD
  • FreeBASIC A BASIC compiler
  • GCC — a set of compilers for multiple programming languages and platforms, including
  • GT.M is an open source MUMPS (a.k.a. M) compiler for Linux
  • Harbour — compiler for the xBase superset language often referred to as Clipper
  • Jikes — Java compiler
  • LLVM — Optimizing compiler toolkit
    • Clang — NSCA licensed LLVM compiler frontend for C/C++ and Objective-C
  • Logo — Derivative of Lisp without parenthesis, for kids, with Turtle Graphics
  • Lua - a lightweight, reflective, imperative and procedural language, designed as a scripting language with extensible semantics as a primary goal.
  • MinGW — Windows port of +GCC
  • Mono development platform — Multi-platform .NET implementation (C#) based on the ECMA/ISO standards
  • MMIXware — simulator for MMIXAL language and MMIX processor
  • Objective CAML — a practical and fast functional OO language
  • OpenCOBOL — an open source implementation of the COBOL programming language
  • OpenJDKSun's Java Development Kit based completely on free and open source code
  • Parser — a language for dynamic website creation
  • Perl — a programming language strong on text processing
  • PHP — a scripting language designed for web site applications
  • PCC — a BSD licensed C compiler
  • Prolog — Logic programming
  • Python — a high-level scripting language
  • Refal
  • Rexx
  • Rhino — a JVM-based JavaScript engine
  • Ruby — a high-level scripting language
  • Ruby on Rails — Ruby-based web development framework
  • SBCL — a high-performance Common Lisp implementation
  • Spidermonkey — C/C++ JavaScript engine of the Mozilla project
  • StarUML — a software modeling tool and also platform that is a compelling replacement of commercial UML tools such as Rational Rose
  • Tcl/Tk — a high-level scripting language with a graphical toolkit

Bug Trackers

Code generators

Configuration Software

Integrated development environments

Version control systems

Typesetting

Screensavers

Security

Anti-virus

Anti-spyware

Encryption

Disk encryption

Firewall

Network/Security Monitoring

Secure Shell (ssh)

Other security programs

Other

  • Active Agenda — A PHP application for risk management and PHP generator to convert specifications written in XML to a functioning browser application atop a MySQL database.
  • Active Calendar — A PHP class that generates calendars as HTML tables
  • Bochs — PC emulator
  • Bots — EDI software (communication and translation)
  • Cygwin — open source Unix environment for Win32
  • Ebase — Open source constituent relationship management developed especially for non-profit organizations
  • Eucalyptus — Open source cloud computing software
  • Gnaural — Brainwave entrainment software
  • gtkpod — iPod software
  • Jitterbit Integration Server — Commercial Open Source Data and Application Integration Platform
  • JSystem - Test Automation Framework
  • Memtest86 — stress-tests RAM on x86 machines
  • Open Scene Graph
  • openlp.orgWorship presentation software for churches to display songs, bibles, movies etc.
  • OpenSCDP - Open Smart Card Development Platform
  • OrangeHRM — Commercial Open Source Human Resource Management
  • Prey — Open Source Anti-Theft System
  • Project.net — Commercial Open Source Project Management
  • QEMU — CPU emulator featuring support for multiple architectures
  • refbase
  • Rockbox — Alternate firmware for many portable media players, such as iPods.
  • Serna Free — Free Open Source WYSIWYG XML editor with cross-platform support.
  • SugarCRM — Commercial Open Source Customer Relationship Management
  • Sun Grid Engine — distributed batch job scheduling system
  • SuperKaramba Desktop widget integration in KDE
  • Vitrite — allows transparency in Windows 2000/XP programs
  • WINE — Windows executable support on Linux/BSD
  • WinMerge — highlights differences between textual files
  • XUI — Java and XML Rich Internet Application framework
  • Xnee, a program that can be used to record and replay test.
  • ReOS a open source web based real estate listing management application.

CD compilations of open-source software

See also

General Directories

References

External links

General Directory

Open source for Windows

Other directories

References


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