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Blue Griffon

daBomb69 - February 15, 2009 - 7:51pm
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Program: Blue Griffon

License: Open Source

Website: http://www.bluegriffon.org
Can be downloaded at: http://bluegriffon.org/category/Fresh-Meat

Use: Blue Griffon is a web editor, it is based on the same rendering engine as Firefox/Thunderbird/Most other Mozilla apps.

Other: Not sure weather or not it leaves registry files, and all that stuff. Does not have a formal installer, you just un-extract the .zip archive and click on the icon.

Blue Griffon is a great HTML editor, and it would be a great idea for someone to make this portable.

Thnx...


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A little too green...

I personally am looking forward to trying this out however I think it may be a little early in its development to become a PortableApp. However as development continues I have no doubt this will join the PA line up as we have the Predecessor to Blue Griffon in Kompozer which can be found here - http://portableapps.com/apps/development/nvu_portable

As I understand it members from the Kompozer team split to form the Blue Griffon project. Therefore a lot of the functionality your expecting in Blue Griffon should already exist in Kompozer.

Hope this helps and Welcome to PortableApps.com Smiling

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Oh, thnx. Didn't realize it

Oh, thnx. Didn't realize it was basically just Kompozer.

Use the search box! Please!

Well its not "just" Kompozer.

Well its not "just" Kompozer. I didn't explain very well sorry.

Blue Griffon will be similar but a lot better as well (Or so the aim is). Should have a lot more functionality and features already existing in Kompozer should be a lot more polished eg the site manager. Plus its built using the rendering engine (I think) of Firefox 3 whereas Kompozer was built upon version 2. There will be a host of other improvements and such I think (And hope) but at this stage its simply too early in BG's development to port. For now Kompozer should serve you well Smiling

Hope this helps Smiling

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Sounds awesome!

Sounds awesome! I can't wait for a release. Kompozer is a little buggy.