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Cenon

Cenon is a vector graphics tool with a wide range of applications. It is built upon a modular graphical core, and offers a variety of applications beyond desktop publishing. Cenon can convert, import, and export many graphics formats. The modular concept allows the extension of Cenon for specialized applications.

RailML Editor

The RailML Editor was ported to GNUstep from OPENSTEP. The RailML.org Initiative attempts to facilitate communication between railway applications. RailML Editor is one of the many applications that follow the railML standard.

NetMage

NetMage is a client-server system developed completely in GNUstep and Objective-C and running on GNU/Linux and other flavors of *nix. It is used internally by the companies NETLAB and GTS Nextra for collective monitoring and administering of long-range synchronous radio telecommunications links.

Some screenshots:

1. NetMage with the login screen visible and a list of available synchronous networks to connect to: netmage1.png

2. NetMage showing a network of radio links in a synchronous network: netmage2.png

3. NetMage showing the settings of a modular link multiplexer along with a list of available interface cards: netmage3.png

Please consider the above screenshots licensed under the FDL - I provide them in good faith for the endorsement of GNUstep, not for any profit (we don't sell the above mentioned software anyways...).

See also

GNUstep in production