[lokisetup] GTK+ 2.0 support included
jwhite at codeweavers.com
Thu Mar 9 14:26:44 EST 2006
Thanks for all this work; you sure saved me a lot of hassle.
This unblocks me from sending the handful of patches
I've got that are different from my tree to yours and
eliminates a todo I was dreading (reconciling my glade
file with yours; now I can just discard it <g>).
Funny how we chose the same icons for the new gtk2 theming <g>
(Although I have to admit to picking the 'Enter' button for
the install, rather than the clockwork gear, but I went
back and forth for a while before picking).
Jeremy White wrote:
> Cool! I'll have to give this a try.
> I used the libglade-convert tool to convert the glade 1.x files,
> then glade itself cleaned them up further. (Well, okay, I was
> a bit unhappy with some of the 'cleaning' glade did, but what can
> you do...)
> Stéphane Peter wrote:
>>I have just finished the groundwork for full GTK2 support in Setup,
>>improving on the patches that were sent previously.
>>Most notably, both setupdb and setup are now able to switch to libxml2
>>(which is enabled in setup automatically when enabling GTK2 support). I
>>cleaned up the Glade files quite a lot, and created GTK2 versions of
>>loki_uninstall and the check program as well. It was surprisingly easy
>>to do. I have cleaned up a few more things in the gtk code to make it
>>more portable, but it seems to be essentially working at the moment.
>>Does anybody know of a tool to convert Glade 1.x files to Glade 2.x ?
>>Yesterday I have also added support for SELinux context attributes for
>>files, in case installing binaries causes problems with the default
>>security contexts and SELinux in enforcing mode. Probably not a big
>>problem at all for games and the like, but since I use it to install
>>print filters it was a useful feature for me. ;)
>>megastep at megastep.org <mailto:megastep at megastep.org>
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