[lokisetup] GTK+ 2.0 support included

Stéphane Peter megastep at megastep.org
Thu Mar 9 14:30:29 EST 2006

Yeah, I'm actually going through a full QA cycle with this build so  
expect some more minor fixes over the next few days.
Apparently some of these stock icons don't show up on some older  
systems, so I may have to change the buttons again.

On Mar 9, 2006, at 11:26 AM, Jeremy White wrote:

> 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).
> Cheers,
> Jeremy
> 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...)
>> Cheers,
>> Jeremy
>> 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. ;)
>>> -- 
>>> Stéphane Peter
>>> megastep at megastep.org <mailto:megastep at megastep.org>

Stéphane Peter
megastep at megastep.org

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