Contributing to Xfce4 developmenet
ablack at fastmail.net
Thu Jan 9 11:07:57 CET 2014
Thanks for the replies.
I will take a look at these links and try to get a development
environment up and running.
On 9/01/2014 8:56 AM, André Miranda wrote:
> Hello Adam and welcome aboard.
> I hope these links might be useful, just follow the threads:
> Bonus: http://wiki.xfce.org/contribute
> André Miranda
> On 08/01/2014 17:35, Adam wrote:
>> I've been using Xfce for 5+ years and I want to get some industry
>> equivalent experience with C++, I use a combination of python and .NET
>> as part of my job but I've got some prior experience with C++, although
>> I'm far from an expert.
>> A while ago I wanted to make a simple change to the XFCE power manager
>> but got stuck early on trying to load the gtk project in
>> glade to make the necessary UI tweaks and I remember not being able to
>> find a solution, and I couldn't get much advice from the mailing list
>> If I want to try again to get involved with xfce is there any
>> documentation regarding getting a development environment up and
>> running. http://xfce.org/getinvolved doesn't really mention anything
>> links or resources for developers.
>> I would be glad to start looking at some bugs but I'm not sure where to
>> Xfce4-dev mailing list
>> Xfce4-dev at xfce.org
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