eboxy is an application for building simple user interfaces for entertainment PCs, suitable for use with a remote on a TV screen. It uses SDL for graphics and XML-based interface description files, supports TrueType fonts and PNG alpha transparency, and has a plugin extension system.
Re: Author obviously misunderstands
> Um. It's a makefile. It
> declares variables and rules. Very
If you think the makefiles that automake produces
are straightforward then you're probably the sort
of person that would create the crime that is the
sendmail config file. Automake-produced makefiles
are a complete mess - there is no reason why they
have to be as complicated as they are.
Well the difference is that 99% of distributions
include Bash, not quite as many include Python
(though a lot do). I have just taken a look at
SCons and I have to say it looks pretty good.
Unfortunately though, until KDevelop supports it I
can't really use it in my project.