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Re: Unixtree bug fixes

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Mar-28-2004 11:46 p.m.

In Response To: Re: Unixtree bug fixes (Eli Pajuelo)

> I saw the code, but looks more C than C++. Unfortunately, I don't know
> many people that use linux, love Xtree (and similar) and want to dedicate
> time to develop.

Today I made an attempt to announce UnixTree at >http://www.unmaintained-free-software.org/
The entry should appear there tomorrow or so, let's see if we'll find
someone willing and able to adopt development.

Their statistics say:

| Project Statistics
| Total number of projects: 223
|
| * Unmaintained projects: 154
| * Obsolete projects: 9
| * Projects which have found a new maintainer: 60

So there may be some hope....

> Out of curiosity, how was unixtree developed originally, I mean who
> funded it?

Rob Juergens once wrote "xtree for UNIX Systems", and eventually a number of
years thereafter was persuaded to rerelease it as XTree clone named "UnixTree";
the story is here:

>http://www.xtreefanpage.org/x28stori.htm#juergens

Regards
Mathias

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