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gRun is much more powerful than xexec, looks a lot better, and has the big advantage that you can start typing a command without having to mouse-click into the text field.
gRun is especially useful if you do not use the GNOME desktop which has a built-in run command, and if you use a window-manager (e.g. IceWM) where you can define a keyboard shortcut (e.g. Alt-F2) for staring gRun.
gRun version 0.9.2 - (C) Southern Gold Development WARNING - This is a development tree. For a stable version, using 0.8.1 Welcome to gRun, an advanced application launcher written in C and using GTK for the interface. gRun includes features such as a history, command completion from the history and from PATH, recognition of console mode applications and launching a terminal for them, file exte more»
grun for Debian --------------- The auto-completion of grun assumes that: * The entire input is the name of a command; the auto-completion of grun can't handle the arguments of a command correctly. Note that executing a command with arguments works as long as the arguments are separated by a space and the name of the command does not contain any space (which is another wrong as more»
gRun news 31 January 1999 Switched to gettext for i18n Using gettext for i18n in gRun because of better configurabilty and ease of use. 15 January 1999 Added command preload This option, a command line parameter --preload, loads whatever follows on the command line into the entry box as the default command. 12 January 1999 Added absolute path completion If the first character of the com more»
GRUN(1x) GRUN(1x) NAME gRun - X/GTK bas more»
grun (0.9.3-1) unstable; urgency=low * New maintainer. Many thanks to oohara for all his previous more»
2008-01-12 Rodrigo Gallardo * Release 0.9.3 This release includes most of the patches from the De more»
Dialogs for help and version information. Extend file association database - gassoc (ongoing) Exte more»
This package was debianized by Gustavo Noronha Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 1 Jul 2001 11:19:48 - more»