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RE: Current state and planned features, please read.

JohnMurga Wrote:
I had a test project with Exponent (http://www.exponentcms.org/) about a year ago ... And it worked fantastically, I am thinking I'll do some tests with that and them maybe transfer EVERYTHING (I wrote a program to export offline docs from exponent too).


Didn't know about exponent. Had a quick look. Interesting!

JohnMurga Wrote:
For raw issue tracking I actually like the idea of using the forum, as in reality it does work well for smaller projects


Agreed

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widged Wrote:
I have a candidate. An app written in another language I would like to try and transfer to murgalua. Already relies on sqlite. That's a bookmarks manager that uses a delicious type of category tagging, but backed up by an ontology tree.


Sounds interesting, I thinking of writing a generic DB browser app myself ... So people can browse and modify all these sqlite dabases that programs create nowadays :-)


An utility very much alike phpmyadmin would be cool (if this is what you have in mind).

In the list of requests, what about sound? fltk doesn't integrate it for now, I believe? Would it be possible to design a murgalua application wherein sounds would be played?

06-12-2007 07:45 AM
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