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Nvu 0.1 Released

Tuesday February 3rd, 2004

Version 0.1 of Nvu, the open-source Web development tool based on Mozilla Composer, has just been released. The application, developed by Daniel Glazman's Disruptive Innovations for Linux distributor Lindows.com, is available for LindowsOS, other Linux distributions and Microsoft Windows from the Nvu download page.

Update: Windows users may have to copy the file msvcp70.dll and/or msvcr70.dll to the folder into which they extracted Nvu to get the program to run.

Another Update: Daniel Glazman has written a weblog post with more information about getting Nvu to work. In addition, the source code for Nvu 0.15 is now available via anonymous CVS.


#27 Re: nice editor for dummies

by Pingveno <pingveno@comcast.net>

Thursday February 5th, 2004 7:34 PM

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One thing that shouldn't be done is to have a bunch of extensions for basic features. That's one thing I dislike about Mozilla - I can't just install it and have it run, I have to install a ton of extensions. For the point-and-click crowd, that's not a good idea.

The features are an excellent start, and I can't wait for a forum and feature request part to come up on the nvu.com.

-Pingveno