adesklets is an interactive Imlib2 console for the X Window System. It provides to scripted languages a clean and simple way to write great looking, mildly interactive desktop integrated graphic applets (aka "desklets"). It can also be used as a command line oriented graphics editor, a bit similar to ImageMagick, but with different functionality.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools multimedia Graphics|
|Implementation||C Python Perl|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It compiles without warnings on all gcc 4.x releases while retaining compatibility with all previous versions of the compiler. A new test/timing.py framework was added to help diagnose potential timing issues.
Release Notes: This release includes support for writing desklets in Perl.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It compiles and runs on OpenBSD 3.8. Automated FIFO cleanup in case of a broken session was added to the frontend, as well as support for the newest version of e16. The adesklets installer script automated UI fallback was also fixed.
Release Notes: This minor version and bugfix release extended the documentation and FAQ on many topics, included many fixes to the autotools scripts, regularised a few exceptions in the interpreter, added support for WM-specific contextual menus, added a few use cases scripts under test/, and added a brand new adesklets installer (adesklets_installer) for automated download and unpacking of desklets.
Release Notes: This release corrects an error with the distributed documentation makefile that prevented info files and manual pages from installing correctly on arbitrary, empty directory trees. It also adds support for nautilus and KDE >=3.4.1, as well as preliminary support for ROX-Filer and xffm-deskview in the shell frontend. It should also rectify a long-standing issue with some desklets failing to complete their initial display. The documentation FAQ was slightly expanded.