Posts: 876 from 2004/9/23
Even if it works. It was discontinued quite a while ago. I saw some internals of CanDo about 15 years ago and it already was outdated even then and was only improved/bugfixed by shell commands and other stuff done by users.
I may be wrong here, but it is as dead as a horse can be and there is no real future as many (if not all) parts are written in assembler, so it will not survive a future NG swap anyway.
Better stick with something modern like Hollywood if you search for something easy. It is native, still very well supported and even multi platform, as you can create software for platforms like OSX, Windows and many more without any additional work.