Gourmet Recipe Manager is a simple but powerful recipe managing application that is intended for the GNOME desktop environment, but should work on any platform that Gtk supports. It allows you to collect, search, and organize your recipes, and to automatically generate shopping lists from your collection. It aims to make it easy to enter and organize your recipes with an intuitive interface.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME Information Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent POSIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: This release removes ingredient keys from the standard ingredient editing interface and moves them to a plugin, simplifying the basic interface for users who don't care about keys.
Release Notes: This version adds a plugin to change unit display throughout, displaying all recipes with metric values, for example, by doing conversion on the fly (leaving the original units and values in the database untouched). The key editor plugin, which allows you to inspect and change ingredient keys throughout your database, has also been revived in this release. (It was broken in 0.14.0-0.14.4.)
Release Notes: This version includes a .deb package for the convenience of Debian and Ubuntu users. It should be compatible with sqlalchemy 0.5. It also includes several new plugins, many bugfixes, and more. It has a new Python console plugin that allows you to change a running instance of Gourmet from a live Python shell.
Release Notes: This version sports a lovely new plugin architecture that makes it easier to customize Gourmet's UI and allows Gourmet to work towards a simpler base interface and an expanded featureset at the same time.
Release Notes: The development branch includes duplicate detection, nutritional information editing, and improvements to import and export. This latest release fixes a number of bugs in these new features as well as problems in PDF and HTML import/export. PDF export now includes working hyperlinks.