[Xfce4-commits] r25185 - in libfrap/trunk/libfrap/menu: . tests
jannis at xfce.org
Tue Mar 20 01:38:39 CET 2007
On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 23:15:59 +0100, Stephan Arts wrote:
> On 3/19/07, Harold Aling <h.aling at home.nl> wrote:
> > Olivier Fourdan wrote:
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> > Hi
> > Stephan Arts wrote:
> > Now that the most important menu spec tests are passed and Brian
> > already uses FrapMenu in xfdesktop, shouldn't we move FrapMenu out
> > of libfrap and into Xfce trunk? Of course this raises the question
> > about how we plan to reorganize our libraries for Xfce 4.6 again -
> > I'd be glad if we could come to a conclusion here soon.
> > No opinions?
> > Well, if we can agree on which Gtk+ version will be the minimal
> > requirement for 4.6 (2.10 has been mentioned more then once on this
> > list) we can decide which stuff is deprecated regarding this and
> > perhaps some (new) freedesktop.org standards.
> > I'd really prefer 2.8 instead of 2.10, Edgy will ship with 2.8 and
> > setting a dependency on gtk+-2.10 would exclude a large part of our
> > user base.
> > Those on (x)Ubuntu Edgy probably won't install Xfce 4.6, as it
> > probably won't be available through the standard repositories.
> > Feisty Fawn (the soon-to-be current version) currently has v2.10.11
> > of GTK+.
> > If Xfce 4.6 could really benefit from GTK+ 2.10, I'd say: go for
> > it!
> Afaik, olivier was refering to debian etch instead of ubuntu edgy.
> (especially the 'will ship' indicates he means a release which has not
> been made yet, edgy has)
> Debian currently has 2.10 in experimental, 2.8 is the version in
> testing and unstable.
> A feature we might want to have is 'recent document support' which is
> available since gtk 2.10. However, since 2.10 is not regarded stable
> (even according to gtk.org so it seems), I think olivier is right on
> the dependency on 2.8. We do not want a release which has all sorts of
> bugs simply because it is impossible to run on stable libraries.
I'm fine with GTK+ 2.8 even though I would prefer to got for 2.10.
Recent documents is something we can live without for another
(hopefully short) release cycle, IMHO.
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