Revolution seems ideal for Linux GUIs
psahores at easynet.fr
Tue Aug 17 01:56:33 EDT 2004
As an example, Revo is the only tool i use to build my PostgreSQL's
management tools (as a dedicated n-tier front-end/application server
networked app), from DB creation to pg_dumps ;) Best, this way let me
get the best from the "object oriented" features of Postgres.
Le 17 août 04, à 01:54, Paul Arnott a écrit :
> Hello again,
> Having played around with different versions of Linux, it seems that
> the biggest impediment to uptake is a lack of GUI tools to perform
> tasks like maintaining servers and the like. I've since found a fairly
> good solution in the form of Webmin, which uses a browser interface to
> do these sort of jobs in a graphical environment. Webmin is written is
> a bunch of CGI programs written in Perl, and is an excellent tool.
> However, having only recently discovered the wonderful world of
> Revolution, it would seem that there is a huge market for Rev
> applications that would perform tasks usually done through a command
> line. Is Rev able to drop stuff into a shell?
> use-revolution mailing list
> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
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