Re: Xfc-dev Digest, Vol 16, Issue 6

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Re: Xfc-dev Digest, Vol 16, Issue 6

Xavier Otazu

        Hi:

On Tue, 12 Dec 2006 12:00:01 +0100

> But the fact is that beginners prefer to focus their attention on
> learning to use the library to get their simple apps done.  Once they
> are comfortable, they can move to other things.. including complex
> builds with active dependency tracking.


I really agree on this. It is my case. I used XFC just to develop a
simple aplication (in fact it is the xfce-xmms2-client goodie) and it
worked perfectly. If XFC has the extra resource to allow develop
plugins in an easy way, it is a reason to try to develop one of them.

Xavier
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Re: Xfc-dev Digest, Vol 16, Issue 6

Bo Lorentsen
Xavier Otazu wrote:

> I really agree on this. It is my case. I used XFC just to develop a
> simple aplication (in fact it is the xfce-xmms2-client goodie) and it
> worked perfectly. If XFC has the extra resource to allow develop
> plugins in an easy way, it is a reason to try to develop one of them.
Sorry, what do you mean by plugins ?

Others have made  some kind of app. wizard, is this what you have in
mind ...

/BL
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Re: Xfc-dev Digest, Vol 16, Issue 6

Brian J. Tarricone
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Bo Lorentsen wrote:
> Xavier Otazu wrote:
>
>> I really agree on this. It is my case. I used XFC just to develop a
>> simple aplication (in fact it is the xfce-xmms2-client goodie) and it
>> worked perfectly. If XFC has the extra resource to allow develop
>> plugins in an easy way, it is a reason to try to develop one of them.
>
> Sorry, what do you mean by plugins ?

Er, seriously, if you want to work on a project hosted on xfce.org, I'd
suggest you become a bit more familiar with Xfce.

In this case, he's talking about an xfce4-panel plugin (what gnome folks
might call an 'applet').

        -brian

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Re: Xfc-dev Digest, Vol 16, Issue 6

Xavier Otazu
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On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 03:34:18 +0100
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> Bo Lorentsen wrote:
> > Xavier Otazu wrote:
> >  
> >
> > Sorry, what do you mean by plugins ?  
>
>
> In this case, he's talking about an xfce4-panel plugin (what gnome
> folks might call an 'applet').

Yes. I meant a xfce-panel plugin.

cheers

Xavier
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Re: Xfc-dev Digest, Vol 16, Issue 6

Bo Lorentsen
Xavier Otazu wrote:

> Yes. I meant a xfce-panel plugin.
Ahh, ok ... I think I need to make a plan for this, and maybe we can
discus the structure of this new libXFCde, in the near future ? It was
not part of my original plan to make this extension, but it don't look
like a totally hopeless task.

/BL
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