|| ||Don Scorgie <DonScorgie-AT-Blueyonder.co.uk>|
|| ||Labyrinth 0.1 "The Beginning Stages of..." Released|
|| ||Mon, 28 Aug 2006 16:27:08 +0100|
I am pleased to announce the first (proper) release of Labyrinth.
Version 0.1: "The Beginning Stages of..."
What is it?
Labyrinth is a mind-mapping tool for GNOME. Written in Python and using
Cairo for its drawing.
Screenshots and (a little) more info is available at its temporary home:
What's in it?
Version 0.1 allows the creation and editing of text "thoughts" on a
canvas. These thoughts can also be linked to other thoughts. It
provides Tomboy-style loading and saving of maps and a nice browser to
see available maps.
Getting the code
This release can be downloaded using the link:
with the md5 sum: 51c71329c4592c047f64f76939729077
Do the ./configure && make dance and the result can be run either from
the working directory:
or it can be installed with 'make install' and run with:
Development is currently happening in a private SVN repo sitting on my
computer :( I hope sometime soon, this will be fixed in some way and
the devel will be moved into the open.
Note also that bug reports (and feedback) should go to
DonScorgie@Blueyonder.co.uk, instead of any bugzilla system or anything
crazy^H^H^H^H^H sensible like that.
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