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Re: Testers wanted for MPDCon and Zipper

From: Wolfgang Lux
Subject: Re: Testers wanted for MPDCon and Zipper
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 09:46:55 +0100

Sebastian Reitenbach wrote:

> On Wednesday, February 22, 2012 06:10 CET, Germán Arias <german@xelalug.org> 
> wrote: 
>> On 2012-02-17 14:26:53 -0600 "Sebastian Reitenbach" 
>> <sebastia@l00-bugdead-prods.de> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> GAP is proud to announce its two new applications in its collection: 
>>> MPDCon 
>>> and Zipper.
>>> OK, they are not new, but their original authors stopped working on 
>>> them long 
>>> years ago, but after contacting them,
>>> they are happy with us giving them a new home on GAP, and continuing 
>>> development.
>>> MPDCon is a Music Player Daemon client, for more information, and the 
>>> changes 
>>> that happend on GAP in the
>>> last couple of days, take a look here:
>>> http://gap.nongnu.org/mpdcon/index.html
>>> Zipper is a tool for inspecting and extracting the contents of 
>>> compressed 
>>> archives, for more information, and the changed that happend on GAP 
>>> in the 
>>> last couple of days take a look here:
>>> http://gap.nongnu.org/zipper/index.html
>>> The support for BSD tar is known to be broken, so you need GNU tar, 
>>> and the 
>>> default open application (View menu entry) is known to not to work, 
>>> we'll 
>>> probably keep a solution for that for a next release.
>>> Interesting here is whether it works with all the different versions 
>>> of the 
>>> command line (un)archivers out there.
>> I'm testing with current gnustep in SVN. With Zipper I have these
>> problems:
>> * If you open the preferences panel and then close it, Zipper crash.
> OK, I get that too, looking into it.

Me too :-) It looks like this is a bug in gui, which closes the panel but 
doesn't abort the modal session.
However, I'm not very eager to fix this bug because the idea of running a 
preference panel in a modal loop is a BIG user interface bug in the first place 
and that really should be fixed in Zipper.


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