nartreb wrote:Have you got the original python code available for download? That way I won't have to wait for a Linux port (using a Visual Studio compiler? Ewww... ) Also I can remove the save-my-summitpost-password "feature", make the description box bigger, etc.
(I do like the fact that it auto-saves a lot of stuff, but I take passwords seriously. Saving the password should be optional.)
Haha, I understand your pain on imagining some kind of horrible Linux port from Visual Studio!
Well if I release it as open source I want to do it in an organized way, via a SourceForge project where we can share and validate checkins properly. Talking with some "elvish folk" I hear some worries about the power of this tool, thinking that people will try to overload the site with pornography or something like that. So as we hash all this out I won't go any further with more ways of distributing/porting yet.
Anyway, if I made a unix port I would write it on the Mac using the standard g++ compiler and X-windows...never fear!
Yes, interesting that you mention you don't like the password saving feature. I found it convenient, but then again I'm on a machine where 1) I'm an administrator and 2) nobody within 5 miles of me knows or cares what Summitpost is, so I felt safe. I'd be happy to make it optional.