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Old 05-15-2014, 05:38 PM   #1
frusen
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Package editor


I'm working on an application that will help people create and edit packages. Not the actual package you install but the files needed to build it.

Here is a recording I did today to show some basic stuff. It's not useful yet but I thought I'd create a thread to see if there is some interest and maybe get some tips and ideas.

The old FLTK version is written in C++ and the code can be found here.

I decided to rewrite it in C using XForms (http://xforms-toolkit.org/) and I will upload the code to that repository soon.

When it gets useful I will build packages of it. If someone is willing to help out with anything you're welcome. It could be extended to work with Slackware and other distributions.
 
Old 05-16-2014, 11:13 AM   #2
geodoo
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Originally Posted by frusen View Post
I'm working on an application that will help people create and edit packages. Not the actual package you install but the files needed to build it.

Here is a recording I did today to show some basic stuff. It's not useful yet but I thought I'd create a thread to see if there is some interest and maybe get some tips and ideas.

The old FLTK version is written in C++ and the code can be found here.

I decided to rewrite it in C using XForms (http://xforms-toolkit.org/) and I will upload the code to that repository soon.

When it gets useful I will build packages of it. If someone is willing to help out with anything you're welcome. It could be extended to work with Slackware and other distributions.
Isn't there also a script from Matias for building version 3? Is it alike?

This over here... http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/dra.../BOOTSTRAPPING

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Old 05-17-2014, 04:58 AM   #3
elefher
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Well done frusen! I think it's simple and useful,so it's great
 
  


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