I'm happy to announce Twinq, a new, graphical, Gemini browser:
It requires Qt6, cmake, and a modern c++ compiler, but no other
dependencies. It's easy on the eyes (the content, anyways), and the
browsing/TOFU/protocol experience is pretty stable. We don't yet have
features like bookmarks, home pages, etc - will get to those soon enough.
Eventually we'll have installers for precompiled binaries, but for now one
must build from sources.
The goals for Twinq are
- to be lightweight (well, as lightweight as any Qt app can be :) )
- to have a simple implementation
- to be portable
It's reasonably successful at these goals, save portability - I've only run
it on linux. Who knows what's in store on other platforms! I'm hopeful to
hear from one of you on that front.
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On 1/12/21 4:36 PM, Ben Bader wrote:
> The goals for Twinq are
> - to be lightweight (well, as lightweight as any Qt app can be :) )
> - to have a simple implementation
> - to be portable
I am a Linux user (Manjaro). After installing qt6 (several hundred
megs), it built very easily.
I like the TOFU popup. And it built very fast. Overall, nice work. Good
to see a qt6 project.