JSesh covers most of the "Manuel de Codage", but in order to utilize it, users must register.
JSesh allows for copying and pasting between documents and to other applications, can be used to create pictures in various formats, and it's based on Java.
· Java 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This version adds a basic line justification system, better behavior when importing Winglyph files (if JSesh doesn't understand a line in a winglyph file, it will now read the rest of the text and display the MdC line as plain text, instead of printing an error message and stopping reading), a help menu (which opens the JSesh documentation website), and a few bugfixes.