Quoting Aidan Delaney (adelaney at cs.may.ie):
> Gnome 1.4 (it's a usability car crash). As she's a Gnome 2.6 user I was
> hoping there would be a simple stand-alone CVS GUI for Gnome 2. Does
> anyone know of one?
I know "GNOME2" as a collection of applications that use GTK+ . Some
depend on gnome-libs and a herd of related libs. I'm not sure what you
mean in this context about a source browser being "_for_ GNOME2": Does
that mean it has to be able to do some wacky CORBA thing? I can't
really tell. Anyway:
> Unfortunatly googleing for "CVS", "Gnome" and "GUI" in pretty much any
> order brings up lots of references to the CVS repository for the gui
> module of GDM :(
For similar questions, you could, if so moved, start at my
knowledgebase's Devtools directory, http://linuxmafia.com/kb/Devtools/ .
You'll notice there's an "SCM" entry, linking to my write-up on all
known source-code management systems for Linux.
That, in turn, has an entry for Arch, which points out the existence of
Mat Kovach's TWiki (http://wiki.gnuarch.org/). Following the link for
"GUI Front-ends for Arch", one arrives at
The entries there include:
tlator [link] is a GTK2-based graphical front-end to tla.
ArchWay [link] It includes a set of specialized tools to make project
development and tracking more effective, including an archive browser,
inventory manager, and merge interface. Require Gtk2-Perl.
If neither of those is GNOMEy enough, then I don't have any better
Cheers, "Plus ça change...."
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