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Waht may be the tool to make GUI based on shell script ?
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Joydeep

Joined: 24 Oct 2007
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PostPosted: Mon 05 Nov 2007, 01:48    Post subject:  Waht may be the tool to make GUI based on shell script ?  

Dear all,

I like the cdrecord tools as a DVD/CD writer. K3B is a great GUI based on cdrecord but it is too much bloated and dose not fit if we ask for a fast, lightweight weight GUI which even runs well with old hardware. So I have written a shell-script based on cdrecord and later I have further modified it with "dialog" command to get a nice CUI. Hence users don't need to remember all the cdrecord commands. I wounder if there is any tool which allows to modify a shell script with nice GUI. gtkdialog is there but is there any thing else which fits well with puppy's objective "Fast, lighweight and nice looking" ?

Is there anything from foxtoolkit ? Kindly let me know.
thanks
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