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I must say I really enjoyed coding for this release, making everything behave just as it should (or hoping so). Because I really do think the Ancistrus got better 😉 This release focused on getting rid all all the bugs and make NeonView stable, and in 0.8.1 most of the known bugs should be gone. […]
NeonView 0.8.0 was packaged for Frugalware Linux. Thanks Slown!
I’m already at work on 0.8.1 and it’s going pretty well. I’m rewriting most of the core code (again) since 0.8.0 has some nasty memory allocation bugs and code organizing isn’t very good. 0.8.1 will strip most of the bugs that 0.8.0 introduced, making it quite usable. Should be coming in a few days or […]
For this new release the code has been completely rewritten and NeonView was ported to GTK+ 3. There is a rather big list of changes, some of the most important including a completely redesigned interface, two sidebar panels for thumbnail previews and image information, rewritten code for parsing the config file, redesigned settings window, and […]
Work is in progress for NeonView 0.8.0, which will come with a bunch of new features and improvements over the last release. There are still a few features to be implemented, however this release should really stand out. NeonView has been rewritten completely from scratch and it now uses GTK+ 3. Here is a peak […]
Well, I guess NeonView starts to get some attention 🙂 Version 0.6.0 was packaged for Zenwalk Linux, thank you bipbip!
This new release, codenamed “Xiphophorus”, comes with several new features and a small bug fix: added zoom in and zoom out functions added rotate left, rotate right and flip image functions fixed a crash when trying to display a file which is no longer available In addition to these, NeonView already provided the following features: […]
Here is a TODO list of features which should be implemented by the time NeonView gets to version 1.0 (I know, big plans, we’ll see what actually *gets* implemented). Some of them are in the works, some have been implemented, but most of them need to be written from scratch: rotate left, rotate right, flip […]
I was googling for “neonview 0.4.0” and came into this link. It looks like after only 3 days from its launch NeonView has been packaged already for Frugalware Linux, “a general purpose linux distribution, designed for intermediate users (who are not afraid of text mode)”. Thank you, Slown!