I whole heartedly agree, hopefully the developers are reading this. Maybe we should send them some encouraging emails. I think every developer likes to hear that people are using their programs and appreciate their efforts, it is really easy to point out the bad and lose sight of all the effort these people put in for free.
On 2010-02-16 13:14:11 +0100 Gürkan Sengün <sengun@...> wrote:
>> I am using version 0.8.8 released November 2009, don't think it is a
>> but I got it from the GWorkspae SVN repository:
>> svn co http://svn.gna.org/svn/gnustep/apps/gworkspace/trunk >
> That's great, but there should be a tarball release...
>> It seems pretty stable and very usable, just don't delete the directory you
>> have selected in GWorkspace using your Terminal as that causes a nasty race
>> conditon of some kind that will take your processor to 100% and is
>> difficult to
>> get out of.
> ...especially if it seems pretty stable and very usable.
>> On 2010-02-16 12:57:49 +0100 Gürkan Sengün<sengun@...> wrote:
>>> jordan ,
>>>> FSviewer is not a GNUstep application. It has a similar look but does not
>>>> use any of the GNUstep supporting structure and is no longer being
>>>> developed. That explains why you could not find openapp. If you want to
>>>> FSviewer then you can probably just drop a symlink into /usr/bin and it
>>>> will start like any other apication. If are interested in GNUstep and want
>>>> to see the real-deal take a look at GWorkspace:
>>>> http://www.gnustep.it/enrico/gworkspace/ >>>>
>>>> GWorkspace is being actively developed and I use it every day. You will
>>>> need to install the GNUstep base/back/gui to make it work but I believe
>>>> that is all well supported under BSD.
>>> hm, actively developed? no release since 3 years, is more likely pretty
>>> inactive to me...
>>> yours, guerkan
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