Here is the manual page.
The name "Gent" alludes to the city of that name, where the company that created the Gerber RS-274X format was located. There is another SourceForge project, with the Unix name of "gent" (with no connection to this project), so this project was named "qtgent" (because it is a Qt-based GUI app) to avoid confusion.
This is the gent project ("qtgent").
This project started on SourceForge.net on 2010-02-24, to produce a simple end-user program to create a picture of a printed circuit board (PCB) described by a text file in Gerber RS-274X format. This format is a much-used standard for exchanging PCB designs, so I hope it will fill a need.
Development is currently in the pre-alpha phase, the source code in CVS is not usable yet for anything.
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This project is licensed under EUPL v1.1, something like GPL. Any mazes you generate are yours, to do with as you please.
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Here is the ongoing development document as a PDF.
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