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sysinfo-gui: A gui app based on sysinfo
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I found both nice but outside of some minimal example, both approaches to have their limitations, and limiting oneself to a single architecture can be very restricting. I'm currently using a mix of the 2 in a new app: sysinfo-gui where views are changed using an something elm-like, while the realtime rendering of system changes is done in an immediate mode fashion inside the view code. The code is a bit of a mess now, since I've tried to shoehorn either architecture at some point, along with having to deal with a bug on gnome.
MoAlyousef/sysinfo-gui is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.
The primary programming language of sysinfo-gui is Rust.