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a Grip of Really Important Procedures

Grip is a Guile Scheme toolbox, currently composed of Grip itself, Grip-SQLite, Grip-Gnome and Grip-Clutter.

Grip, Grip-SQLite and Grip-Gnome are mostly used by GNU Foliot, a small and easy to use time keeping application entirely written in Guile scheme. Most of these 3 Grip components modules need to be and will be rewritten, I started already, you'll spot that in the code if... Indeed, they come from old times, when I could not trust Guile's module system, Goops... and myself :) [as a schemer].

Grip-Clutter is recent and reasonably well designed and coded. But it still need more and some app(s) to proove this, so no fixed API yet either. It has some good Clutter examples, more to come soon.

So, all this said, you are welcome to try and use Grip, keeping the above in mind, but come and help us to get it better designed, coded and debugged, thanks!

Registration Date: Fri 09 Oct 2015 10:16:24 PM UTC
License: GNU General Public License v3 or later
Development Status: 5 - Production/Stable


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Grip 0.1.2 is released.
     posted by daviid, Wed 21 Mar 2018 09:27:41 PM UTC - 0 replies

I am pleased to announce Grip 0.1.2. This is a maintenance release, which brings Grip up-to-date with Guile-.2.2.

Grip 0.1.1 is released.
     posted by daviid, Wed 09 Mar 2016 01:07:06 AM UTC - 0 replies

I am pleased to announce Grip 0.1.1. This is a maintenance release.

Grip 0.1.0 is released
     posted by daviid, Sun 28 Feb 2016 09:35:28 PM UTC - 0 replies

January, 27th 2016

Grip 0.1.0 is released, the first release of the 0.1 series.

Grip is on Savannah [nongnu]!
     posted by daviid, Sat 14 Nov 2015 12:48:00 AM UTC - 0 replies

Octobre the 12th, 2015

Our request for a nongnu project page at Savannah for our Grip toolbox is accepted, with all the honors! Bruno FĂ©lix Rezende Ribeiro, the GNU Savannah hacker in charge of our evaluation said:

"... I wish every package submitted to Savannah were so easy to evaluate as your. Congratulations for the high level of compliance! ..."

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