GPytage is a utility that helps manage Portage's user config files with a GTK interface. It supports the package directory structure as well as the traditional file package.[keywords, unmask, mask, use] file structure. Adding, editing, and removing package's from Portage's user config files is easy.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version supports recursive directory support, while the old release was limited to one depth of a package.foo directory. Creation, deletion, and renaming of files were improved. You can now right-click in the leftpanel on the desired file and get these options as well. Copy and paste support is now implemented. When editing an entry, you can now hit tab to save the change and move to the next editable field. When adding a new file, reverting, deleting, or a similar operation is executed, the folder you were currently in is now reselected after GPytage reloads its database.
Release Notes: Saving for only modified files has been added, and there is various code cleanup. All major bugs should be gone.
Release Notes: There is a new toolbar. Entries can now be commented and uncommented. A long-standing bug for multi-selection drag and drop has finally been squished and is finally usable. GPytage has also gained an icon in this release.
Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed, and new functionality has been introduced.
No changes have been submitted for this release.