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Gastona is an approach for rapid and easy development in less than 1 MB, including sqlite and the complete documentation with samples. It is useful for developing tools and many other applications. The GUI is built through configuration using intuitive layout managers and the communication with widget and the logic using a text generator concept. Emphasis has been put on featured widgets (assisted table and tree) and in high-level commands (scanning files and a text parser for records).

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Recent releases

  •  22 Nov 2009 17:57

    Release Notes: Gastona Welcome has a filter in the tree and sample browser, error detection, and label indicator. This release implements STRCONV NUM-ENG and FIX. It documents the hidden commands INFILE and LOOP TEXT. It fixes an error in PARSONS with patter after the last group, and adds to-line info in parsed records. It fixes an error in JAVAJ MASK. Re-layouting containers with the radio button panel was wrong. The database command SCHEMA has a new syntax. There are diverse improvements in error messages and other fixes.

    •  18 Oct 2009 14:56

      Release Notes: This release fixes several path too long problems in temporary SQLite files (Linux and Mac OS X will use /usr/bin/sqlite3). Mac OS X is supported. There are minor changes, and improvements in the documentation.

      •  04 Oct 2009 23:03

        Release Notes: Initial release.


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