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Plucker Source Code


Plucker Source Code

This is the full source code for all of the Plucker components. This is for users and developers who might wish to build their own viewer using the Palm compiler tools.

This package contains the source code to Plucker, Plucker Desktop, the Python distiller, documentation, tools and more!

If you're interested in getting a pre-release, pre-built version of the Plucker viewer, try one of the daily snapshot builds.

Full Source Code

· plucker_src-1.8.zip

· plucker_src-1.8.tar.bz2

BitTorrent Version

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· plucker_src-1.8.zip.torrent

· plucker_src-1.8.tar.bz2.torrent

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Latest Plucker News

9/11 Commission Report in Plucker format

Wednesday August 11th 2004


The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission crea ...

JPluck, Java-based Plucker document creation toolkit

Thursday November 28th 2002


JPluck is Java-based toolkit for creating Plucker documents. It includes the JPluck X GUI for managing and downloading documents. JPluck requires J ...

Plucker 1.4 Beta 1 is now available for testing

Tuesday May 27th 2003


Please remember, this is a beta , not an official release. That being said, it is very stable, and much more feature-rich than the previous r ...

 

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Plucker runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Palm handheld devices, Windows Mobile devices and handheld devices powered by Linux.

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Plucker is a Free Software project. We do this entirely in our spare time, to provide a great piece of software for you.

None of the Plucker developers get paid for their work on Plucker.