Xfce4-dev Digest, Vol 35, Issue 15
fourdan at xfce.org
Sat Oct 14 17:46:07 CEST 2006
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Jean-Philippe Guillemin wrote:
> Maybe I take Open-Source too seriously (professionally?), but I believe
> that a feature that is made available to the users should be supported,
> or removed. I'm worried to see such an answer from a member of the XFCE
> development team.
It makes perfectly sense to support a standard only partially if the
work needed to support 100% of the standard outweigh the benefits.
This being said, Jannis is working on a new standard menu library
(libfrap). It would make really little sense to enhance the current code
right now, as we *need* to release 4.4 and what you want/need is not
blocking in any way.
Xfce 4.6 will most likely use libfrap and provide better support for the
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