GNOME Schedule 0.1.0 released
Posted on: 10/14/2004 04:07 PM

GNOME Schedule 0.1.0 has been released

People often use crontab and at for the purpose of scheduling tasks. GNOME Schedule is a tool which aids the configuration of these two systems.

Among the normal settings for a crontab or at-record, it's also possible to define a title and an icon per record.

GNOME Schedule will translate the time expressions into human readable formats. It will generate a preview of the task.

In advanced mode, GNOME Schedule will display the records in a recognisable format: the format of an undressed crontab-record.

GNOME Schedule uses Python, GConf and PyGTK.

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