Subject: Re: commit -- libglade support
From: Thomas Fletcher (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 07 2001 - 13:17:35 CST
On Wed, 7 Feb 2001, Paul Rohr wrote:
> What took you so long? ;-)
> Seriously, this sounds very promising. Insofar as glade is the de facto GUI
> builder for GTK and GNOME, I'm glad to see us taking steps to make it easier
> to use glade output like we use resource editors on other platforms.
> A few questions I may have missed in your min-FAQ:
> 1. Is libglade a build-time or run-time dependency? If it's just a
> build-time dependency, then users won't need libglade installed, and there's
> unlikely to be much (if any) bloat to the executable.
I also have some questions. What is our scheme for resources and source
code modules that come from application builders. I have totally stayed
away from the application builder under QNX because it generates a
hierarchy of directories for modules you generate (it is also less
efficient but that is neither here nor there). For BeOS all of the
dialog resources are currently stored in the wp/main/beos directory.
How do we differentiate between WP specific dialogs and AF dialogs?
I'd like to see something that we can use on all of the platforms
rather than just somethign which is glade speecific.
How about if we added the following:
And then put the resources in those directories.
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