Got pointed at Seahorse. Hmmm. Less buggy than gpgp.
However, I will persist with gpgp because:
- I think the GUI can be nicer.
- It aims to provide a library interface as well as a GUI.
Looks like development is going to be a bit slower today - our hot water system seems to have died rather a lot; lots of water on the floor, all of it cold :( Just what we need 2.5 weeks before we move.
3 hours later: It's all fixed. Amazing! Hot water.
Back to hacking & packing.
Well in the rest of the day I've packed up most of my office, and got the latest version of the code base from the (nominal) maintainer. Merged in my fixes, which close all but 2 of the outstanding bugs on bugs.gnome.org.
Waiting for sourceforge to approve the project so I can set up public CVS & do an interim release.