Projects / GtkEveMon


GtkEveMon is a skill monitoring stand-alone application for GNU/Linux systems. It is written in C++ and uses GTK for the GUI. You can monitor your current skills and your skill training process without starting EVE-Online, but (of course) you still need a working Internet connection.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Mar 2009 20:44

    Release Notes: Various changes regarding portability: this release runs on Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, and Mac OS X. A certificate browser has been created, and preparations made for an item browser. Data files automatically distribute CPP's changes to SkillTree.xml and CertificateTree.xml.

    •  23 Oct 2008 23:33

      Release Notes: This release has a skill planner, a skill browser, email notifications with a flexible notification handler, and caching of character sheets.

      •  17 Aug 2008 07:46

        Release Notes: Up to five EVE commands can be defined to launch EVE online. Fixes were made for Mac OS X systems. An XML source viewer for character sheets was added. A lot of image cleanup was done. Built-in PNGs are now used. A configurable time format is used throughout the GUI. Proper shutdown is performed on SIGTERM and SIGINT. Asynchronous requests are used for all EVE API sheets. error reporting was integrated into the GUI with the new information bar, and most popup dialogs were removed. A "skill completed" notification option was added with the new information bar.


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