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Re: DirectFB backend, I'm going for it!


From: Chad Hardin
Subject: Re: DirectFB backend, I'm going for it!
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 17:21:00 -1000

So does this mean that I still have "go" for implementing the directfb backend w/o window decorations (letting NSwindow handle it)?

The backend is going along well, coding is DirectFB is somewhat low-level though so each method is becoming like 3x-4x times the size of how they are implemented in Win32. Plus, I'm going to implement a lot of the stuff that Win32 "leaves for subclasses". Can't wait to share it.


Chad


On Jan 12, 2004, at 4:07 AM, Gregory John Casamento wrote:

Excellent.   I just did a quick compile and test.  It's working fine.

Thanks, GJC

--- Serg Stoyan <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello Gregory,

Serg,

The recent change adding GSTitleView into CVS has broken Gorm's ability
to edit menus.   The menu title shows up as a blank menu item and the
menu is immovable. I suggest that any special views and such for the
DirectFB backend should live in the backend itself.

Fixed, thanks. I forgot to check with Gorm.

--
Serg Stoyan


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