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GView

GView is a simple image viewer meant to replace applications like Eye of Gnome and to be used as a tutorial for learning the GTK libraries. The code is heavily commented, and will soon include an accompanying tutorial on how to write GTK applications. Both functional and educational, it is one of the fastest image viewing utilities available.

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31 Aug 2004 14:09 jpbarto

Re: Executable name conflict
Actually no I didn't. I use vim, and gvim, however I never found a link called gview and not much came up on a google search either... if this is a problem for anyone I will rename the executable to GView or something else useful / descriptive (I'm open to suggestions). Thanks for the feedback.

> Nice code...

>

> But, did you know that vim installs a

> symbolic link to vim called precisely

> gview?

>

31 Aug 2004 09:51 davidrr

Executable name conflict
Nice code...

But, did you know that vim installs a symbolic link to vim called precisely gview?

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