I wrote a simple menu manager

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Re: I wrote a simple menu manager

Post by vaisarger »

It appears that you have put a lot of work into your editor.
Well... Actually, the hard work was (and is) for creating GUI library "EasyBashGUI" https://sites.google.com/site/easybashgui/.
Sincerely, I finished first version of lxmenuman in one day. :P
Other 2 days for debugging.

Do you have any other neat programs?
You know, I like more give to other people tools to manage their problems, like function libraries.
Hence, EasyBashGUI.
When you can write something like this:

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source easybashgui
message "Click OK to start program"
wait_for "Processing..."
ok_message "Operation finished!"
in a such easy way, I know it could be an useful tool to give peoples' scripts a graphical interface.

For same reason, I wrote "EasyBashWEB" https://sites.google.com/site/easybashweb/
for those ones that want use browser interface for their scripts.

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web_itable \
-l \
-c "blue,white" -C "black,yellow" \
-T "My very nice table... (with \"-l\" arg)" \
-N 3 \
"1 person" "2 person" "3 person" "I" "NULL" "he/she" "we" "you" "they"

The only "public" relevant program (and not a library) that I wrote (using my libraries) is "Bash!Karaoke" https://sites.google.com/site/bashkaraoke/
I was able to use Bash to read karaoke midi!!! :shock: :D
Unfortunately, its development is stopped, because I'm waiting for a Python frontend (to enable fullscreen karaoke window, impossible with bash).
Anyway, last Bash!Karaoke version is the 6.0.0, and you find it here https://sites.google.com/site/bashkarao ... TA6.tar.gz.

(Sorry for the long post... :oops: )

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Re: I wrote a simple menu manager

Post by lgallindo »

Sincerely, I finished first version of lxmenuman in one day.
Cool. Did you do any other development on those apps?

Perhaps have them running on OpenJDK?