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    • Michael Catanzaro's avatar
      Uncrustify · 9ccb9da9
      Michael Catanzaro authored
      For a better future. Apologies when your 'git blame' resolves to this.
      
      I'm actually really impressed how well uncrustify works. This required
      only a little one-time manual work to avoid extra space in 'else   {'.
      
      This breaks function prototype alignment, but we should get rid of most
      of those anyway.
      
      We decided to start aligning function parameters, like other GNOME
      applications. It looks nicer this way, and I couldn't teach uncrustify
      the previous Epiphany style.
      9ccb9da9
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    • Michael Catanzaro's avatar
      Use GdTwoLinesRenderer to display the location entry completion · b4ce4463
      Michael Catanzaro authored
      Accordingly, we get to remove Carlos's horrible hack adding markup to
      the completion model (which in MVC should only model, not contain
      style), and Claudio's horrible hack adding a bool property to make the
      markup optional (to avoid breaking the search provider, which also uses
      the completion model).
      
      The markup was originally moved to the completion model in order to
      remove the cell data function, which was being run continuously due to
      some bug. Because GdTwoLinesRenderer uses real cell attributes to
      display the title and url separately, we no longer need to worry at all
      about the task it used to perform -- merging the title and url into one
      string, with a newline and formatting markup to control size and color
      of the second line. GdTwoLinesRenderer takes care of this much more
      cleanly.
      
      The only user-visible change is that it is now possible to read URLs in
      the completion when the row is selected, as the gray is darker.
      Apparently some people can read it fine, but the color was too similar to
      the selection blue on the three monitors I tested.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=736364
      b4ce4463
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