gtkdialog missing from new ubuntu releases

Bug #729334 reported by juancarlospaco
This bug affects 8 people
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gtkdialog (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Binary package hint: gtkdialog

gtkdialog is missing from new ubuntu releases, the software still maintained.

The last version included on Ubuntu was 0.7.20 on Ubuntu Karmic.
The Actual version is 0.7.99 it was created on 2011/13/06 9:00:00PM.

Short Description: GUI-creation command-line utility based on GTK+ library.


Misc. Info:
Its usefull for new users to make the transition Bash--->Interpreted Programming Language,
in example see Puppy Linux using it:

$ lsb_release -rd ; apt-cache search gtkdialog
Description: Ubuntu 10.10
Release: 10.10

3) What you expected to happen: To install and use the Software.
4) What happened instead: Software is missing from Ubuntu Repo.

Tags: gtkdialog
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juancarlospaco (juancarlospaco) wrote :
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mama21mama (mama21mama2000) wrote :
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Teresa e Junior (teresaejunior) wrote :

Still maintained? Could you please supply more info? The links show it has been abandoned in 2007.

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Eric Polin (eric-polin) wrote :
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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in gtkdialog (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
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Frode Hatlevik (frodesh) wrote :

This is much needed here too.


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thom (tsk) wrote :

Indeed. Maintained or not, there is no alternative for gtkdialog.
That is: none of the so called "replacements" can work with glade or xml files :-)

Changed in gtkdialog (Ubuntu):
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
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