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Nyagua is a small tool that may help you to manage your home aquarium.





Nyagua is a small tool that may help you to manage your home aquarium.

It runs on GNU/Linux but can be easily adapted to others O.S. It has been written in TCL/TK with Visual TCL, that may ensure portability.

It's distributed under GNU GPL v.2 license, for free, as it is, without any warranty implicit and explicit.

Here are some key features of "Nyagua":

It's possible to store test kits measures and to get medium values, or to plot them, in graphs, for analisis.
It's possible to store informations about maintenance activity.
You can store expenses data and to get the relative report.
It's possible to store devices informations and to get a statistic on power consume.
You can store fishes common data near Your fishes data and compare them in a compatibility report.
You can store plants common data near Your plants data and compare them in a compatibility report.
Pictures of fishes or plants can be uploaded and stored in db.
All tables can be exported in CVS ASCII format.


Tcl/Tk (should be already installed in your system)
SQLite 3.5.6 or higher -> tclsqlite: SQLite is a C library that implements an SQL database engine. A large subset of SQL92 is supported. A complete database is stored in a single disk file.
tktable 2.9 or higher: Tktable provides a table/matrix widget for Tk programs
tix 8.4 or higher: Tix, is a Tk Interface eXtension
gnuplot 4.0 or higher: Gnuplot is a command-line driven, interactive function plotting program
netpbm-progs package: provides image converters betwen pnm and jpg/bmp/png formats

What's New in This Release:

Solved some path issues non it's possible to run the program from everywhere not only from it's own dir
Added About window
Removed floppy iconed button used for tests
Renamed README and INSTALL files.
Added logo in main form
Moved Help menu on the right
Defined Image-Converters as parameter
Refined margins and some aestetich problems
Last updated on September 5th, 2013

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