On Sat, Feb 23, 2013 at 8:05 PM, David Robillard wrote:
Chino goes in that direction. Less session management, more
a framework for building meta-applications from applications.
A well-formed preset needs to be created for the user's use
cases, that preset then defines applications via a bash file
containing some functions and variables and via application-files
that get copied to child sessions.
It still needs some love, but just today I pushed a new release
getting rid of a few bugs and inconveniences. It's surely not
what many people call user-friendly, just my take on a UNIXish
manner of herding the cats (applications).
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