gtablix - graphical user interface for tablix written with perl/gtk2
gtablix [-lang=CODE] file
GTablix is a graphical user interface (GUI) for Tablix</span>, the
highschool timetable generator. Tablix uses XML formated data file to
create a timetable. GTablix was originaly meant to ease the creation
and maintance of these XML files. Now it can also run Tablix from
within GTablix and track it’s progress in real-time. This should be
usefull, since Tablix is meant to run on computer clusters and because
it uses the genetic algorithm, that can fall into a loop.
The main features are import and export of proper tablix formatted xml,
editing of tuples, tracking tablix progress and handling modules and
restrictions, preview and export of generated timetables. Thus it is an
efective frontend to tablix, tablix_modinfo, tablix_output and
When you run gtablix
it reads in the list of avaliable Tablix modules in the standard
directory and shows it. If you select a module, you get a brief
description of it, as reported by tablix_modinfo. Three other default
options are also predefined: "work days", "periods per day" and
"encoding". Other than that you get a blank project.
You can imediatly begin writing your data into the "Databases" and
"Timetable" tabs or import the data from an existing tablix formated
XML file (File->Open) or from properly formated text files
(File->Import) for data on teachers, subjects, classes and classrooms.
These must be plain text, tab delimited files in utf-8. encoding.
For more extensive help go to gtablix homepage or read the manual
included with this distribution.
Plenty. PLease report them to the author.
Bostjan Spetic (email@example.com)
http://gtablix.homelinux.org /usr/share/doc/gtablix tablix_output(1),
tablix_benchmark(1), tablix_modinfo(1), Tablix User’s Manual, Tablix
modules HOWTO, Tablix on Morphix HOWTO