On Wed, 2004-11-10 at 16:07 -0800, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Aidan Delaney (adelaney at cs.may.ie):
> 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:
I suppose I mean based on a modern GTK with the Gnome HIG (or at least a
usability philosophy) in mind.
> 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.
Linuxmafia is one of the first places I generally try when looking for
this stuff. I had a look but there were no GUI frontends for CVS
mentioned. I may have asked the question arse-ways by even mentioning
GNU Arch, however I'm looking for a simple GUI frontend for CVS.
* Cervisira looks good but is for KDE
* gCVS is totally unusable
* pharmacy is _way_ too unstable to give to my girlfriend
* tkCVS looks ok, but it's not nice (probably because it's obviously
different from all the Gnome apps on her desktop)
Aidan Delaney email: adelaney at cs.may.ie
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