In addition to the standard Unix commands available on almost every Unix-like system, Grex provides additional software applications useful for programming, editing, and producing documentation. Grex also has a few applications for statistics, numerical computation, and graphing. This is only a partial list of the applications available.

Assemblers, Compilers, Intrepreters

#Name How invoked
1. Assembler (as, nasm)
2. C (gcc, cc)
3. C++ (gcc, g++, c++)
4. COBOL (cobc, cobcrun)
5. Clojure (clojure)
6. Common Lisp (clisp, sbcl, ecl)
7. Erlang (erl, erlc)
8. FORTRAN (f77, g77)
9. Haskell (ghci, ghc)
10.Icon (icont, iconx)
11.Io (io, io_static)
12.Java (javac, java)
13.JavaScript (js)
14.Lua (lua, luac)
15.Mono (gmcs, mono)
16.OCaml (ocaml, ocamlc)
17.Objective C (gcc, objc)
18.PHP (php)
19.Perl (perl, pugs)
20.Prolog (gprolog, swipl)
21.Python (python)
22.Ruby (ruby)
23.SML (sml, sml-cm)
24.Scala (scala, scalac)
25.Scheme (scm, guile, chicken, petite)
26.Tcl/Tk/Expect(tclsh8.5, wish8.5, expect, expectk)

Tools

1. lex
2. flex
3. bison
4. yacc
5. make
6. GNU make
7. cmake
8. m4
9. GNU m4
10.ANTLR parser generator
11.splint
12."check" library for C
13.BOOST
14.CppUnit

Text Editors

#Name
1. vi
2. vim
3. ex
4. ed
5. emacs
6. ee
7. nano
8. nedit
9. pico
10.joe

Documentation Programs

#Name
1.aspell
2.nroff
3.groff
4.troff
5.pic/tbl/eqn
6.grap
7.TeX
8.LaTeX
9.DocBook

Mathematical/Statistical/Graphing Programs

#Name
1.R 2.8.1
2.gnuplot
3.octave
4.freemat 4.0
5.sc (spreadsheet calculator)

Users interested in other applications should send email to help@grex.org.