Thanks for the info....
I'm fine with the command line. Obviously it'd be
nice if someone would write a GUI :) It shouldn't be
too much of a problem, since the prog uses XML...
it's just a matter of finding the time!
> I was never really
> satisfied with
> Digiguide's performance under WINE,
Digiguide... heh. Someone had a reasonable try at reverse-engineering the Digiguide file format, but they changed it.
> but this looks
> like a similar proggy that's native to
It's not nearly as slick as Digiguide... OTOH it is in Perl, uses plain text (or XML) data files, and works with Unix pipes :-). In other words, it's probably better than Digiguide's app if you are comfortable with a command line.
> One little drawback, I can't seem to
> connect to the
> website for it...
Back up now: XMLTV (http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~epa98/work/apps/xmltv/).
> any mirrors?
Don't forget you can usually use Google's cache (http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~epa98/work/apps/xmltv/) to get to websites that are down.
Sounds great!! I was never really satisfied with
Digiguide's performance under WINE, but this looks
like a similar proggy that's native to Linux... in which
case it's most welcome!
One little drawback, I can't seem to connect to the
website for it... any mirrors?
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.