Mitter 0.2 “I’m Batman” hits the streets

Finally, after weeks of work (three), I did a new release of Mitter. I can’t take the whole credit for it: while I was working the the dark alleys of networking code, Deepak put a lot of love in the PyGTK interface, including a Systray notification.

And, for those who don’t like/can’t run PyGTK applications, we now have a simple console application.

For some reason, it seems that you can’t run it on Windows anymore. I couldn’t find the reason yet, but as soon as I find it, I’ll do a 0.2.1 release. Or, if it takes too long, it will be in the 0.3 release.

Regarding future releases, the next release will be a little bit more about code polishing than interface. The console UI exposed some not-really-well-thought things I did in the first design, so the idea now is to clean up that bit and be sure that we didn’t broke it too much.

Download available at the GoogleCode page. Let me know if you find any issues with this release.


Mitter, originally uploaded by Julio Biason.

After some fights, I finally managed to make Mitter look nice. Now I just need to add some menus, an update status window and port it to Hildon.

Edit 1: And the project page, if you are interested in the code of it. No formal release yet (I really need to created a distutil file for it before releasing.)