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Re: [Ayttm-users] gtk2 port

From: Nicolas Peninguy
Subject: Re: [Ayttm-users] gtk2 port
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 18:15:29 +0100
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Colin Leroy wrote:

I'm still wondering _why_ gtk people didn't provide an simple way for such
things. Ok, gtk1 API is not as good as Gtk2's, but a compatibility API
would have been welcomed.

No idea :-(

I don't know... Never used it. Yattm's website is not as nice ;)

But Yattm's website is much more lightweight :-)

Which is anyway the stupidest thing I ever saw. Who wants a registry
instead of plaintext files ?

Well, gconf uses XML, so it's OK for me. Moreover having a tree structure with directories and small files makes it better than the Windows registry (NDT: base de registre ;)). The problem is that each key should be documented, and that's not the case...

Wow - there weren't all these IM-projects when I started needing an msn
client :)

And you start a new one !? :-) Anyway, good luck for you project ! :)

What about a XUL interface ? :-))

Nooo, everything but that :-)))

Well, now I have an Athlon XP 1800 I find Mozilla fast enough. :-) Moreover there's a gtk2 port. :-D

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