Hey guys. What is the progress of the cherrytree port? Should I be looking at pygi branch in git or something else? Because last change in pygi seem to be made back in 2017. I am still using KeynoteNF but really want to switch to that cherrytree port.
Soon I’ll complete the read only milestone, which means the gtkmm3 version will be able to fully display the cherrytree document contents. This should be within 2018. Then I’ll add data save support and subsequently I’ll gradually add all the features.
For the reasons behind the (conservative) choice of gtkmm3, see https://github.com/giuspen/cherrytree/issues/413
The read only milestone is complete just before the end of 2018: the gtkmm3 version can now read and display the data of the four cherrytree document types.
If you want to try and build it, see future/README.
Hi giuspen, the future branch is looking really nice. I was just wondering on when you think it’ll be ready to release? I’d like to make a snap (and maybe a flatpak too) of cherrytree but I’m wondering if I should do that now in the python2.7 state or wait for the C++ version.
Thanks for all of your work on this app that I love!