Kitlist allows you to maintain lists of kit that you may require for various activities. These may be for a vacation or a business trip.
The concept is that you maintain a full list of all items you may require for any activity. Items can be grouped into categories. Categories may relate to specific trips, or simply used to group items, e.g. items for hiking, cycling or horse-riding. Each item may be in many categories, so any changes to an item are immediately reflected in all categories that it belongs to. Items can be copied to and removed from categories in a variety of ways.
Two versions of Kitlist are currently available:
The following documentation is currently available:
The latest stable version is 0.6.10.
See below for instructions on installing pre-built binaries and building from the source code.
Name Last modified Size Description
Parent Directory - binaries/ 07-Nov-2010 16:25 - Binary distributions docs/ 31-May-2010 19:31 - Documentation packages source/ 31-May-2010 19:14 - Source code distributions KEYS 26-Jan-2010 21:12 2.4K PGP public keys
The Android version requires permission to read and write to and from the SD card in order to be able to import and export Kitlist files. The exported files are in XML format and can also be used by the GTK+ versions.
Click here to download the Windows installer for version 0.7.0. After downloading the installer, run it and follow the on-screen instructions. Windows installers for other version are available in the Windows distribution folder.
# Kitlist repository deb http://www.smartpixie.com/debian/ lenny main #deb-src http://www.smartpixie.com/debian/ lenny main
apt-get install kitlist
Optionally, to verify the downloaded packages, add the public key to apt with:
# gpg --keyserver hkp://subkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys C026372F # gpg --export C026372F | apt-key add -
# wget -O - http://www.smartpixie.com/debian/KEYS | apt-key add -
The application is known to build on the following platforms:
See Installing Kitlist on Mac OS X for instructions on installing Kitlist on an Apple Mac.
See the README (pdf) in the root of the source code distribution. for instructions for building from source.
Whilst the package will build on Windows-XP, there currently aren't any instructions for the process. The recommended method for building a Windows version is cross-compiling on Linux. See the README for details.
The GTK+ version of Kitlist is licenced under version 3 of the GPL. The Android version is closed-source, but available for free from the Android Market.
Kitlist is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
A clone of the source code repository for the open-source version is
available using the git protocol at the
Please submit any patches, translations, bug reports, enhancement requests or other feedback to email@example.com