Grany-3 was at the beginning a program designed for our University course at INSA Rennes, France.
Because we wanted to use state-of-the-art free software tools, it rapidly became important to me to produce a freshmeat release, in order to spread the software. It proved to fail completely: for more than 10 years of existence, I am unsure if more than one person ever used it.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
If these software aren't installed on your machine, you'll only have to freely download them (they're under GNU licence) and install them.
I would like to see some screenshots of the graphical user interface.
Quick! Take me to the download section!
Small bugs fixed, recording feature added.
Small bugs fixed.
Compile with nowadays software (except gtkmm - it needs gtkmm-2.0 - is it me or the nice folks at gtkmm didn't bother to write an upgrade guide to gtkmm-2.4 which contains incompatible API?).
Compatible with gtkmm-2.2 API.
Compatible with g++-3.1.
Stabilization release. Now compatible with gtkmm-1.2 API.
It's basically a bunch of minor improvements, and some medium-urgency bugfixes.
It has been tested on Sparc/Solaris 2.5, UltraSparc, PC/Gnu/Linux, and Alpha/Gnu/Linux platforms, but it should work on any platform where GTK has been ported, including PC/Microsoft/Windows. An automatic configuration process "à la GNU" makes the things very easy.
But the program is not yet usable, and it's a pity because it's 5% more work from beeing usable. I'll take some time to bring a correct version to the Internet.
We don't know yet that the project will lead to a free software release, but we're 7 young french computer science students and we want to do our best!