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Re: [GNUnet-developers] gnunet-gtk portability

From: N. Durner
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] gnunet-gtk portability
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 22:31:50 +0200


>> Would it be too bad to remove these functions from the gtkui-source
>> and hardcode sizes and positions?
> Actually, if you look at the "todo" file, I said that I'd like to
> arrange some of the GTK windows a bit better (and I wanted to specify
> some fixed sizes) but I didn't have the time to figure out how to do
> it with GTK so far.
I haven't processed all dialogs yet, but the attached patch shows, how it is

> [...] If it helps portability, all the better.
Portability isn't a problem anymore. The prebuilt binaries from are complete and
work well.

> Apropos portability, I'm planning on moving all the #ifdef platform
> code into helper-functions in gnunet-util (except from gnunet-gtk).
> Ideally, we should have a bunch of testcases for gnunet-util and
> testing a port should ONLY require touching gnunet-util to make the
> tests pass. After that, everything should "just" work.
Sounds good.



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