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Review: GNOME Word Processor (gwp)

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Formerly called XWord, gwp is open source under the GPL:
To call gwp the GNOME Word Processor, which is what the acronym means, seems a bit generous. gwp was originally a part of the Hungry Programmers project, a collection of software that includes Lesstif. Somewhere along the line, gwp got pulled into the GNOME Project, presumably to enhance the GNOME Project's productivity tools. At least, that's what it says on the gwp Web site.
 read more | score:6787 | -Ray, October 3, 2001 (Updated: December 23, 2002)
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