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GTK Copy (an excuse for me to fiddle with Zenity)

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#1 Guest_hollowface_*


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Posted 19 March 2016 - 12:16 AM

GTK Copy 1.0 Stable

GTK Copy is a graphical file copier bash script for GNU/Linux (built and tested on Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop AMD64). Yesterday I discovered a cool tool called Zenity which is used to create graphical dialogues, and I wanted to do some experimenting with it, so I created GTK Copy. Installation instructions, a copy of the license, and a list of dependencies is included in the ZIP download. It is unlikely that I will produce new releases of this application, as it was just an excuse to test out Zenity. If you aren't familiar with Zenity, give it a looksy. It's a pretty cool tool, and it's pre-installed on Ubuntu Desktop.


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#2 DeimosChaos


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Posted 19 March 2016 - 07:25 PM

I made a decent amount of scripts using zenity at work. Very cool indeed!

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