JC Wong | 1 Dec 04:02 2003
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[E-devel] Re: E CVS: apps/entice atmosphere

enlightenment-cvs <at> lists.sourceforge.net wrote on Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 12:13:38PM -0800
> Enlightenment CVS committal
> 
> Author  : atmosphere
> Project : e17
> Module  : apps/entice
> 
> Dir     : e17/apps/entice/src/bin
> 
> 
> Modified Files:
> 	prefs.c prefs.h 
> 
> 
> Log Message:
> Move the config db to ~/.e/apps/entice/
> Add a directory for user themes
> Add struct for maintaining user themes.
> 
> digitalfallout had lots of input :)

Themes for Entice? Like what? Current transp thumbnailer imgs menu possible?
I thought you can edit the db file using edb_gtk_ed?

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Corey Donohoe | 1 Dec 05:03 2003

Re: [E-devel] Re: E CVS: apps/entice atmosphere

* JC Wong (catalyst <at> gmx.net) wrote:
> enlightenment-cvs <at> lists.sourceforge.net wrote on Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 12:13:38PM -0800
> > Enlightenment CVS committal
> > 
> > Author  : atmosphere
> > Project : e17
> > Module  : apps/entice
> > 
> > Dir     : e17/apps/entice/src/bin
> > 
> > 
> > Modified Files:
> > 	prefs.c prefs.h 
> > 
> > 
> > Log Message:
> > Move the config db to ~/.e/apps/entice/
> > Add a directory for user themes
> > Add struct for maintaining user themes.
> > 
> > digitalfallout had lots of input :)
> 
> Themes for Entice? Like what? 
You know, themes. :)

A different edje, something you'd download from a themes site or
whatever.  Have some sort of mechanism to install the theme to its
proper place, in this case ~/.e/apps/entice/themes/  Ideally having
some in application way of building a list of themes, allowing
selection, and emitting a signal to allow changing the theme without
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JC Wong | 1 Dec 05:45 2003
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cdonohoe <at> memphis.edu: Re: [E-devel] Re: E CVS: apps/entice atmosphere

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* JC Wong (catalyst <at> gmx.net) wrote:
> enlightenment-cvs <at> lists.sourceforge.net wrote on Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 12:13:38PM -0800
> > Enlightenment CVS committal
> > 
> > Author  : atmosphere
> > Project : e17
> > Module  : apps/entice
> > 
> > Dir     : e17/apps/entice/src/bin
> > 
> > 
> > Modified Files:
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JC Wong | 1 Dec 08:49 2003
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[E-devel] e16 cvs bug!

I noticed that enlightenment miss placed default Iconbox position when
starting Enlightenment for the first time.Default desktop area should be
at 1440,1128 rather then 1440,1040.I tested this with imlib2 port.
I'm not sure about default imlib1.Hopefully someone with imlib1
compiling option can test it as well.Thanks.

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Dmitry Timoshyn | 1 Dec 08:50 2003
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[E-devel] New version of E-XMMS-2

I have made it's size and shape flexible, like Michael said.
Users can now choose one of 4 provided layouts or create their own.

I also ported OpenGL spectrum analiser visualisation from standard xmms visualisations.

Please write what you think about it, and write your suggestions.
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Kim Woelders | 1 Dec 22:50 2003
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Re: [E-devel] e16 cvs bug!

JC Wong wrote:
> I noticed that enlightenment miss placed default Iconbox position when
> starting Enlightenment for the first time.Default desktop area should be
> at 1440,1128 rather then 1440,1040.I tested this with imlib2 port.
> I'm not sure about default imlib1.Hopefully someone with imlib1
> compiling option can test it as well.Thanks.
> 
Thanks, should be fixed now.

/Kim

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Corey Donohoe | 2 Dec 07:32 2003

[E-devel] Re: E CVS: equate handyande

Yay! I'm glad you went this route.
Just to let you know 120(10) fails as a syntax error :( 

Also
2*100=
200
+4=
200

if it kept the old variable around so the second output would be 204 I
think it'd be nicer.  i.e. if first variable is an operator take last
calculated value as the left hand side of the operator.

you should be able to recover old code with cvsweb so no need to keep
things around for safe keeping. evolve :)

/me looks forward to replacing xcalc with equate

* enlightenment-cvs <at> lists.sourceforge.net (enlightenment-cvs <at> lists.sourceforge.net) wrote:
> Enlightenment CVS committal
> 
> Author  : handyande
> Project : misc
> Module  : equate
> 
> Dir     : misc/equate/src
> 
> 
> Modified Files:
> 	Makefile.am gui.c 
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JC Wong | 2 Dec 16:12 2003
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[E-devel] Re: E CVS: e kwo

enlightenment-cvs <at> lists.sourceforge.net wrote on Mon, Dec 01, 2003 at 01:48:11PM -0800
> Enlightenment CVS committal
> 
> Author  : kwo
> Project : e16
> Module  : e
> 
> Dir     : e16/e/src
> 
> 
> Modified Files:
> 	iconify.c 
> 
> 
> Log Message:
> Fix first iconbox position.

Fixed.Thanks.

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Mike Frysinger | 5 Dec 00:12 2003
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[E-devel] patch to make eesh even more obscure


when trying to wipe through my windows via cmdline (because some stupid game 
stole my mouse or whatever) i get annoyed when trying to type out window 
ids ... sometimes i incorrectly count the # of 0's or the simple factor of 
trying to type a hex number at lightning speed gets the better of me ...

either way, when i screw up, it makes me angry because i have to retype the 
damned thing ;)

so i made a patch to enable a cheap search/match ... just type 'p' and then 
the first few bits of the window id ... p stands for partial ...
for example:
<eesh example>
root <at> vapier 0 root # eesh
wl
 1800045 : root <at> vapier:~
 120153c : patch to make eesh even more obscure - KMail
  40027e : 0
 1600002 : X-Chat [2.0.6]: SpanKY  <at>  lepton.oftc.net / #gentoo (+stncl 69)
wop p16 move 0 0
</eesh example>
here we did a partial match against the window id 1600002.

the matching does a string comparison starting with the first few 
characters ... why you ask ?  because we english speakers read right to left 
and the first few chars are usually pretty nicely distributed ...

at any rate, the algorithm just looks until it gets a match ... so if in the 
previous case i typed 'p1' it would have matched '1800045' instead of 
something else ...
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Kim Woelders | 7 Dec 10:59 2003
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Re: [E-devel] patch to make eesh even more obscure

Mike Frysinger wrote:
> when trying to wipe through my windows via cmdline (because some stupid game 
> stole my mouse or whatever) i get annoyed when trying to type out window 
> ids ... sometimes i incorrectly count the # of 0's or the simple factor of 
> trying to type a hex number at lightning speed gets the better of me ...
> 
> either way, when i screw up, it makes me angry because i have to retype the 
> damned thing ;)
> 
> so i made a patch to enable a cheap search/match ... just type 'p' and then 
> the first few bits of the window id ... p stands for partial ...
> for example:
> <eesh example>
> root <at> vapier 0 root # eesh
> wl
>  1800045 : root <at> vapier:~
>  120153c : patch to make eesh even more obscure - KMail
>   40027e : 0
>  1600002 : X-Chat [2.0.6]: SpanKY  <at>  lepton.oftc.net / #gentoo (+stncl 69)
> wop p16 move 0 0
> </eesh example>
> here we did a partial match against the window id 1600002.
> 
> the matching does a string comparison starting with the first few 
> characters ... why you ask ?  because we english speakers read right to left 
> and the first few chars are usually pretty nicely distributed ...
> 
> at any rate, the algorithm just looks until it gets a match ... so if in the 
> previous case i typed 'p1' it would have matched '1800045' instead of 
> something else ...
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