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Here are some [[ProgramsScientific scientific tools]] that are useful, for GNU/Linux. Hence, compiling / testing then packaging them is worth doing to make them more widely available under GNU/Linux.
Some candidates may be chosen in [[ProgramsGames games or entertainment tools]] as well. Here's a longer description, see PresentationScientificPackaging

===compiling programs===
List of programs I had to compile, see ProgramsScientific too for a more complete list of selection of scientific tools that may (or may not yet) be packaged for GNU/Linux distribution
~- CompileApbs
~- CompileBrlcad
~- CompileElmer Elmer is a tool using finite element method for multi-physics problems, compiles with g95 (in contrib cooker)
~- CompileFreefem ""FreeFem++"" is an implementation of a language dedicated to the finite element method. It enables you to solve Partial Differential Equations (PDE) easily. Problems involving PDE from several branches of physics such as fluid-structure interactions require interpolations of data on several meshes and their manipulation within one program. (plg made a spec file)
~- CompilGnash
~- CompileLLiaPhon
~- CompileMumble (GPL) voice-chat (client & server + libs), like Teamspeak
~- CompilOpenCascade ([[ LGPL-like]]) Open CASCADE is a powerful CAD/CAM/CAE kernel and development platform for 3D modeling applications
~- CompileOpenOfficeorg
~- CompileVavoom
~- CompileVsim visualization program that renders through OpenGL atomic systems such as molecules or solid defects. - (CeCCILL)
~- CompileHugin (GPL) - logiciel de traitement d'images et de panoramas
~- CompileInkscape - logiciel de tracé vectoriel
~- CompileXMind - logiciel de Freemind oups, mind-mapping

===compiling games===
~- CompileCrrcsim simulation of flight

===tests with screenshot===
and the related tests :
~- TestCalculix (package already available) Three-Dimensional Structural Finite Element Program - (GPL)
~- TestScilab (package already available) Scilab is a scientific software package for numerical computations providing a powerful open computing environment for engineering and scientific applications. Developed since 1990 by researchers from INRIA and ENPC, it is now maintained and developed by Scilab Consortium since its creation in May 2003.
~- TestFreefem (being packaged by plg) ""FreeFem++"" is an implementation of a language dedicated to the finite element method. It enables you to solve Partial Differential Equations (PDE) easily. - (GPL)
~-TestOctave test de octave
~- TestGames
~- TestGcstar
ToDo : k3d, zhu3d, mm3d, k3dsurf, pixie: 3D renderer Renderman compliant
~- TestZhu3D OpenGL-based equation viewer and solver
~- TestMM3D Misfit Model 3D - OpenGL-based 3D model editor

First, have a look at PackagingMadeSimple
All packages and spec files are put in
if not already available in cooker or plf

see as well

For the moment, only rpms are made, .deb are welcome if a maintainer wants

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