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Old 04-05-2013, 09:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Fehlstart: a simple, quick application launcher written in C

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Fehlstart, I believe, is a relatively unknown little gem. A real beauty if your looking for nice but truly lightweight launcher. Fehlstart is a German word meaning “false start” also defined as an “early start”. The author wrote Fehlstart because gnome-do and others do way more than what he needed; gnome-do runs on mono which requires too many resources to perform a simple task like application launching.



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