A cleaner UI for CrunchyFrog
Today I’ve released a new version of CrunchyFrog. Besides beeing mainly a bug fix release, CrunchyFrog 0.3.2 introduces some enhancements under the hood.
The most visible is of course a cleaner user interface. The more or less experimental dock implementation was removed in favour of a – at least in my opinion – cleaner interface heavily inspired by GEdit.
Along with this changes I’ve cleaned up some requirements: Removed modules that where only used in a few places and made others optional. The latter includes the various GNOME bindings. This changes were made to provide initial support for running CrunchyFrog with other desktop environments and on different platforms.
With this release a new package archiv on launchpad opened it’s doors. If you’re an Ubuntu (or Debian) user you can use this PPA to update your CrunchyFrog installation from this repository.
Read the full announcement for more information about what has changed since the last release.
Any further enhancements like a terminal plugin to access native database command lines within the application or a somewhat improved schema browsing will go into the next major release.
Thanks to everyone for giving feedback, reporting bugs and for the good ideas during the last months!