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RE: [DotGNU]List of SWF controls - volunteers wanted

From: Simon Guindon
Subject: RE: [DotGNU]List of SWF controls - volunteers wanted
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 12:09:46 -0400

You want to know how a winforms progress bar looks in windows?  I can
mock up a test case for you with screenshots if you wish from VS.NET.

Take care,

-----Original Message-----
From: Gopal V [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: June 13, 2003 9:17 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]List of SWF controls - volunteers wanted

If memory serves me right, Rhys Weatherley wrote:
> Attached is a rough list of the controls in System.Windows.Forms that 
> we will
> need to implement in the coming weeks.  "+" marks basic infrastructure

> widgets that I should have working in a more or less useful fashion in
a few 
> days.

Could you shout this information louder from somewhere ?...

absurd has run into a libtool conflict on OS X ... 

Jun 13 12:01:22 <t3rmin4t0r>    so make LIBTOOL=glibtool
Jun 13 12:01:31 <absurd>        done

But mentioned some problem with X# ...

Jun 13 12:04:17 <absurd>        it cant connect to X
Jun 13 12:04:23 <t3rmin4t0r>    export DISPLAY ?
Jun 13 12:04:30 <absurd>        it is exported though
Jun 13 12:04:32 <absurd>        Uncaught exception:
Xsharp.XCannotConnectException: X/Windows library is not present, or
could not be
Jun 13 12:04:32 <absurd>        located on the library search path.

(now what ?)

> Even if you aren't 100% sure, still give it a go.  A stub is worth its

> weight
> in gold.  i.e. implement the API on a class, but leave the contents
marked as 
> [TODO] for someone else to fill in the logic.  Find yourself a DotGNU
buddy - 
> stub for your buddy, or fill in your buddy's stub.

/me picks Rhys as a buddy and starts stubbing ... just kidding :-) 

> ProgressBar

I pick the ProgressBar !... I should say that lack of win32 to test it
out here is a major problem ie I don't know how it looks ... :-)

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