A modern GUI building tool for GTK+
Crow is a modern GUI builder for the GTK+ toolkit. It is an advanced IDE-embeddable RAD tool designed to fulfill the needs of desktop programmers who want to create multi-platform GTK+ based applications with minimal GUI coding. Crow is full-featured yet elegant: its tree-based Property Explorer solves many GUI constructing tasks in a versatile manner without additional popup dialogs. The project is aimed at developing a tool that is coherent and highly productive for experienced GTK+ users as well as simple and accessible for newcomers.
released on 1 July 2011
21 May 2010
21 May 2010
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|Required to build||xdg-utils|
|Required to build||dbus-glib|
|Required to build||gtk+-2.0 guiloader|
|Required to build||gtkmm-2.4 guiloader-c++|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 March 2014.
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