Here are some screenshots taken using the CVS code in early May 2003:
Here is a screenshot of Conglomerate in use as a DocBook editor. It is displaying the DocBook source of the GConf programmer's manual. Unfortunately Conglomerate does not yet have full SGML support, so the file had to be slightly hacked to get it to work.
Here's another shot of Conglomerate in use as a DocBook editor. It is displaying the DocBook source of the O'Reilly book "DocBook - The Definitive Guide". Notice how the "Overview" panel in the left-hand side has converted raw tags into more readable names; for example, the <refentry> tags are being displayed as "Reference Page", and <bibliomisc> has become "Bibliographic Information". In a future version of Conglomerate we hope to support language-localisation of this information, and perhaps icons. In addition. the program has used XPaths to extract meaningful titles where appropriate. Similar tricks are going on in the large right-hand editor panel, for example a <sect3> has become "Subsection (level 3)" with the title extracted from the XML tree.
Conglomerate can do more than just edit DocBook. Here is a screenshot of it displaying a custom document type for the Connexions Project
We have built a set of convenient dialogs for generating user-friendly reports for when file operations fail. They are accessed through an easy API and should be compatible with the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines. We hope to eventually get them moved into the core of GNOME. Here are some examples:
Here is a mockup of the new user interface that was done by Joakim Ziegler
Older screenshots can be found here