Pim-Fu: Package Installation Manager For Unix by Ashcrow Update on Sun Feb 29 16:45:36 EST 2004
Pim-Fu is the package installation manager for Unix. It is written in python/wx for easy portability and has many modules planned for use on most all major Unix and Linux operating systems. Current support is planned for the following operating systems: Debian, UserLinux, Libranet, Knoppix, Fedora, Mandrake, SuSE, Yellow Dog, Turbo Linux, Red Flag, Gentoo, Slackware, College Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Darwin, GNU-Darwin, Mac OS X, Solaris, Irix, HP-UX, AIX, and UnixWare. Other systems may be added later.

Pim-Fu isn't Dead by Ashcrow Update on Mon May 16 1:29:25 EST 2005
Really, there has just been a long 'break' as I worked on other projects. Some code updates should follow soon! Check back later.

Dev News
Moving Along by Ashcrow Update on Sun Apr 4 16:51:22 EST 2004
Some code updates have taken place. I changed all comments to use the tripple " instead of hashes just to have a uniformed look. Also Pim-Fu sees it's modules and lists them correctly in the GUI. No major updates have happened in terms of it's usabiility. It still is a skeleton, but first I want to be able to test how it should work before actually making it work. That way the inital module testing phase isn't so long and drawn out due to UI problems.

Working by Ashcrow Update on Sun Jul 11 17:12:31 EST 2004
Added some log related class updates. Still not production by any means but this is the power of one many developing outside of work and school :-P.

wxPython Update by Ashcrow Update on Sun Oct 17 14:23:01 EST 2004
Doing a bit of UI inhancements. Splashscreens are now viewable during startup instead of blippinmg a white box. Just another basic update.