Version 4.2 - May 29, 2014
- Allow multi-column sorting
- Save current settings (sort order, filter, columns order etc.) - Download here
Version 4.1 - April 1, 2014
- Option to apply templates was missing; minor bugfixes - Download here
Version 4.0 - February 16, 2014
- Thrown everything right away, rewrote everything in C# WPF, lots of fancy GUIs (see screenshots!) - Download here
Version 3.4 - December 29, 2010
Version 3.3 - November 27, 2010
Version 3.2 - June 1, 2010
Version 3.1 - May 15, 2010
- Minor bugfixes and feature creep - Download here
Version 3.0 - May 5, 2010
- Thrown everything right away, rewrote everything in C# WinForms, lots of fancy GUIs (see screenshots!) - Download here
Version 0.10 - July 2007
- Lots of stuff, again, and again no or little documentation. Great, right ;)
Once upon a very long time, back when I thought I was going to have plenty of time for that sort of stuff, I decided to embark upon a journey into ctypes land, and gtools was to be my trusty ship.
Well, I was young back then. Read my overly enthousiastic quote from back in the day:Over the next months, you'll find an evolving library of python goodies here. For now, you can download version 0.10, already including a few nice toys, and the full sourcecode.
Version 0.7 - December 25, 2006
- Tons of fixes and addons.
- Python 2.5 build with the latest & greatest from wxPython
- regdiff now uses the builtin optparse module for command line arguments.
This means that the syntax slightly changes (most importantly,
/is not supported, but you now get long commands such as
- New tool: gchecksum, superseeds md5sums and has way more options...
- New tool: touch, another classic
datafile.py, sqlite is way more comfortable.
sqlite.py, right now I strongly prefer postgresql over mysql anyway.
Version 0.6 - January 25, 2006
No public release, sorry
Version 0.5 - January 25, 2006
Version 0.4 - January 12, 2006
- Lots of unmentionable internal changes
Version 0.3 - January 7, 2006
gdllusage.exenow part of release
gcalc.exeload/save was broken
which.exenow supports partial names (as in
gwizard.exetemporarily removed (its broken anyway)