Commit 9508b76b authored by Elliot Lee's avatar Elliot Lee

Initial revision

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config.log
config.h
libtool
config.status
stamp-h
Makefile
gtk+.xconfig
config.cache
Peter Mattis (petm@xcf.berkeley.edu)
Spencer Kimball (spencer@xcf.berkeley.edu)
Josh MacDonald (jmacd@xcf.berkeley.edu)
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## Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in
SRC_SUBDIRS = glib gdk gtk
SUBDIRS = $(SRC_SUBDIRS) docs
EXTRA_DIST = gtk+.prj makecopyright TODO
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$(MAKE) dist distdir=$(PACKAGE)`date +"%y%m%d"`
The official ftp site is:
ftp://ftp.gimp.org/pub/gtk
Patches can be uploaded to:
ftp://ftp.gimp.org/incoming
Anonymous CVS access for gtk+ (as well as 'gimp', 'gimp-data', and
'gnome') is available via
CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.gnome.org:/home/cvs
with an empty password.
A mailing list is located at:
gtk-list@redhat.com
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(Send mail to gtk-list-request@redhat.com with the subject "subscribe")
Now
---
3. Fix focus activation of list items. Does list item activation have to be
completely reorganized?
4. Lists should scroll to center the recently selected item if it isn't
visible.
The Future
----------
-Documentation
-Tree widget
-Text widget (needs to be finished)
-Widget redrawing when the window resizes sometimes messes up.
-Make sure a widget added to a list is a list item and a widget added
to a menu is a menu item, etc...
-More dialogs? Print, font, etc?
-Multiple document interface (MDI)?
-Support another widget style? Should be possible using GtkStyle's, but
there may be some work needed to remove any style dependencies in widget
code. Maybe GtkStyle's should have 'draw_push_button', 'draw_check_button',
etc, functions to draw the various widgets.
-OffiX drag and drop support
-Make all widget attributes configurable after the widget is created.
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