Elliot Lee | 25 Mar 06:00 2002
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BUG NAG: 5699 bugs open on bugzilla.gnome.org


                     Component | # of Bugs
                      nautilus | 1159 
                          gtk+ | 407  
                    gnome-core | 307  
                 gnome-applets | 272  
                     gnome-vfs | 244  
                        galeon | 213  
                       sawfish | 184  
                control-center | 170  
                          GIMP | 168  
                   gnome-pilot | 163  
                   gnome-panel | 133  
                        medusa | 125  
                           gmc | 114  
                         balsa | 107  
                        gphoto | 104  
                   gnome-utils | 100  
                           Pan | 76   
                      Gnumeric | 74   
                          gtop | 74   
                           dia | 73   
                   gnome-media | 62   
                          glib | 60   
            bugzilla.gnome.org | 53   
                    gnome-libs | 52   
                           gdm | 43   
                        libzvt | 42   
                       general | 41   
                      GnomeICU | 38   
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Freivald, Joseph A, SOFED | 25 Mar 15:30 2002
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RE: gnome_init_with_popt_table();


Okay, I *must* have been tired -- yes that's it... :)

I missed entirely that with POPT_ARG_NONE you could still put a pointer in for *arg to capture a value.

Thanks.

--JATF

-----Original Message-----
From: Elliot Lee [mailto:sopwith <at> redhat.com]
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 4:17 PM
To: Freivald, Joseph A, SOFED
Cc: gnome-devel-list <at> gnome.org
Subject: Re: gnome_init_with_popt_table();

On Fri, 22 Mar 2002, Freivald, Joseph A, SOFED wrote:

> I am trying to use the gnome_init_with_popt_table() function to allow me
> to add two command line options to my application (-s and -d ? - where ?
> is any character).  I have stripped out a code segment and compiled is
> separately as an example of what I'm doing.
>
> I have looked at several examples, but none of them seem straight
> forward to me.
>
> Would someone be kind enough to review a this segment an tell me where
> my error is?  I have included a script that I was using to compile the
> test segment with, and commented the code with specific questions.

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jacob berkman | 25 Mar 17:44 2002

Re: Need info on GtkMenu


On Sat, 2002-03-23 at 07:41, Ganesan Sethuraman wrote:
> 
> Hi,
>   I have an GtkOptionMenu and it has got some menu items added to it. I
> need to retrieve/delete some of the added menu items from the menu.
> Could anyone please tell me how to retrieve/remove the added menu items.

as you build the menu, store the menu items you used in a struct, and
then you can reference them later.

jacob
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Jeffrin | 26 Mar 09:26 2002

Adding Application related.


Hello all,

    What are the official procedures to add a GNOME based
    application.

    If i am interested in developing a program to develop
    animations atleast using GTK+, is it allowed ?
    Please help me.    

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John Sturgeon | 27 Mar 23:17 2002

error making gnome-pilot (gpilotd)


Hello all,

I have getting the following error when making gnome-pilot-0.1.64 from
the ximian source:

... begin including log ...

Making all in gpilotd
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/john/gnome-pilot-0.1.64/gpilotd'
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I..							-I/usr/local/include
						-DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"gpilotd\"
					-DGP_PILOT_LINK_VERSION=\"0.10.99\"
									-I/usr/include/gnome-1.0 -DNEED_GNOMESUPPORT_H
-I/usr/lib/gnome-libs/include -I/usr/include/glib-1.2
-I/usr/lib/glib/include -I/usr/include/orbit-1.0 -I/usr/include/gtk-1.2
-I/usr/X11R6/include -I/usr/include/libcapplet1 -I/usr/include
-DNEED_GNOMESUPPORT_H -I/usr/lib/gnome-libs/include
-I/usr/include/glib-1.2 -I/usr/lib/glib/include -I/usr/include/orbit-1.0
-I/usr/include/gtk-1.2 -I/usr/X11R6/include -I/usr/include
-DNEED_GNOMESUPPORT_H -I/usr/lib/gnome-libs/include
-I/usr/include/glib-1.2 -I/usr/lib/glib/include -I/usr/include/orbit-1.0
-I/usr/include/gtk-1.2
-I/usr/X11R6/include																																-I/usr/include/glib-1.2
-I/usr/lib/glib/include -I/usr/include/orbit-1.0							    -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes				
-Wmissing-declarations					 -Wpointer-arith -g
					-DGNOMELOCALEDIR=\""/usr/local/share/locale"\" 		 -c gpilotd.c
gpilotd.c: In function `pilot_connect':
gpilotd.c:128: `PI_AF_SLP' undeclared (first use in this function)
gpilotd.c:128: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
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Sean Middleditch | 28 Mar 04:01 2002

GNOME2.0 Sounds


Hey,

 What are the default sounds in GNOME2.0 going to sound like?  Because I
am *really* getting annoyed with the ones in GNOME1.4.  I know some
people that might be able to make better simple sounds (no promises,
because I'm not them, so thus I can't guarantee anything)... would
whoever is in charge be willing to change the sounds if I submitted some
sounds, with copyright rights/license/whatever?

 Also, would it be bad if some of the sounds were slightly longer (half
a second tops)?

Sean Etc.
Havoc Pennington | 28 Mar 04:41 2002
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Re: GNOME2.0 Sounds


Sean Middleditch <elanthis <at> awesomeplay.com> writes:
> 
>  What are the default sounds in GNOME2.0 going to sound like?  Because I
> am *really* getting annoyed with the ones in GNOME1.4.  I know some
> people that might be able to make better simple sounds (no promises,
> because I'm not them, so thus I can't guarantee anything)... would
> whoever is in charge be willing to change the sounds if I submitted some
> sounds, with copyright rights/license/whatever?

I'd expect we'd appreciate better sounds, yes.

Havoc
Sean Middleditch | 28 Mar 04:48 2002

Re: GNOME2.0 Sounds


Alrighty.  Didn't know if there was some great attachment to them or
something, or if other sounds were already in the works.  ^,^

What particular license do sound files have to be released under, just
in case he wants to retain the copyright claims?  (If copyrights can
even be held for second long sound clips...)

Sean Etc.

On Wed, 2002-03-27 at 22:41, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> 
> 
> Sean Middleditch <elanthis <at> awesomeplay.com> writes:
> > 
> >  What are the default sounds in GNOME2.0 going to sound like?  Because I
> > am *really* getting annoyed with the ones in GNOME1.4.  I know some
> > people that might be able to make better simple sounds (no promises,
> > because I'm not them, so thus I can't guarantee anything)... would
> > whoever is in charge be willing to change the sounds if I submitted some
> > sounds, with copyright rights/license/whatever?
> 
> I'd expect we'd appreciate better sounds, yes.
> 
> Havoc
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Elliot Lee | 28 Mar 04:53 2002
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Re: GNOME2.0 Sounds


On 27 Mar 2002, Sean Middleditch wrote:

>  What are the default sounds in GNOME2.0 going to sound like?  Because I
> am *really* getting annoyed with the ones in GNOME1.4.  I know some
> people that might be able to make better simple sounds (no promises,
> because I'm not them, so thus I can't guarantee anything)... would
> whoever is in charge be willing to change the sounds if I submitted some
> sounds, with copyright rights/license/whatever?

[What Havoc said...]

>  Also, would it be bad if some of the sounds were slightly longer (half
> a second tops)?

I think the main rule is keeping disk space usage to a reasonable level.
As you can see with the present startup sounds, this was hard for me to
do. :)

There is a gnome-sound-list that can be used for discussion and feedback,
if you like.

I should learn about sound design and submit something recent too...
-- Elliot
Customer service by the financial industry: "If he's not broke, let's fix it."
Sean Middleditch | 28 Mar 05:14 2002

Re: GNOME2.0 Sounds


On Wed, 2002-03-27 at 22:53, Elliot Lee wrote:
> 
> On 27 Mar 2002, Sean Middleditch wrote:
> >  Also, would it be bad if some of the sounds were slightly longer (half
> > a second tops)?
> 
> I think the main rule is keeping disk space usage to a reasonable level.
> As you can see with the present startup sounds, this was hard for me to
> do. :)

Heh.  Don't worry, I'll sufficiently yell at them if they decide the
error dialog sound should be 16 seconds long, in ultra-high quality
format.  ^,^

The only one I'll be able to bug for a while is my dad (my other audio
friends are all up north for a few weeks...), but he's (much) more a
musician than a sound guy, so I dunno what he'll come up with.

My other friend who is great at sound left for up north recently, tho. 
He used to have a website with some samples, but I can't for the life of
me find it's URL, and I can't exactly ask him at the moment... ~,^

> 
> There is a gnome-sound-list that can be used for discussion and feedback,
> if you like.

Alright, will be joining shortly.

> 
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