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LUCI

LUCI, written in Python, is a Universal Configuration Interface. It provides a GTK+ interface to edit any configuration file. You just have to write a little text file to describe the configuration file you want to edit, and LUCI will do the job.

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  •  12 Mar 2001 21:33

    Release Notes: A bug which appears with Python 2.0 was fixed. A new configuration file type was added, along with a new description file to illustrate it (readline configuration). A different return code is used if canceled. An 'about' window was added with information about current configuration and description files used. A bug regarding setting execution permission on programs in the install procedure was made. Documentation was updated, and some other minor changes were made.

    •  08 May 2000 18:17

      Release Notes: A new utility has been added to automatically generate skeletons of description files, a documentation update has been made, and a new description file for Apache has been added.

      •  25 Mar 2000 20:34

        Release Notes: A new navigator to browse between available desc files, ability to create new config files, plus some minor changes.

        •  22 Dec 1999 19:14

          Release Notes: Better handling of errors in the description file, bug fixes, and a new example.

          •  19 Dec 1999 02:24

            Release Notes: First public release.

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