Status: An Xfce C++ language binding for GTK+
jens.luedicke at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 01:33:20 CET 2005
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Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
| Jeff Franks wrote:
|> With all the discussion lately about Xfce4 goals and directions, I was
|> wondering where this left me and my proposal for an Xfce C++ language
|> binding for GTK+. Are you all still interested? Silence can be
|> deathly and do strange things to your mind.
| I don't know about that, but 5 straight hours of meetings and conference
| calls does strange things to *my* mind. To answer your question, I
| think it's a good idea, and I'd consider using it in my next project
| (whatever that may be), assuming C++ makes sense for it. I believe
| someone was talking about rewriting something using XFC (maybe it was
| Jens and Filer? I don't remember). Who knows. I think the bottom line
| is - if you want it to get used, you have to make it and release it.
| It's hard to generate interest for something when it's vaporware. Of
| course, it sucks to create something that no one ends up using...
I thought about re-writing Filer in C, but its just a thought. I have
something that works for me and a couple of others and I'm lazy.
If someone wants some file-manager code (C++) to mess with I can provide
QtFiler :) Has no real features, just a twin-panel view to browse files.
I would definitly look at XFC once there is a semi-official version
around to test - but I don't have any real ideas for a new C++ based
project. I am the _perl_dude ... ;)
Its too damn late. I should be in bed ...
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