GSoC Update of the Week: Testdrive PyGTK Front-end

This week’s update brings:

TestDrive GTK Front-end

  • Minor bugfixes and UI Improvements.
  • Support to work with ISOs on the Ubuntu Releases repo (http://releases.ubuntu.com)
  • Other ISOs: Add list to UI, to display all the available Other ISO’s. Thanks to this, there’s also support to delete ISO’s in the list.
  • Preferences: Improve selection of Ubuntu Release, as well as be able to select Repository from which to Obtain the ISOs.

Unfortunately, these new changes are not yet available in the PPA given that I’m merging the TestDrive Front-end source with TestDrive’s source and new packages will become available in the next couple days to start the Testing, in preparation to the upload to Maverick. So, stay tuned.

5 Responses to “GSoC Update of the Week: Testdrive PyGTK Front-end”

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  2. Martin Owens Says:

    Will you be packaging the gui stuff as a separate code base? I hope you do. That was we’ll be patches from gui devs who won’t be scared by testdrive internal code.

  3. roaksoax Says:

    Hi there Martin,

    I’m merging the code together in one source, however, I’ll keep a separate codebase for testdrive-gtk for the same reason you are mentioning :)

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