[Geany-devel] Geany Plugin with Libxml
tabin.cedric at xxxxx
Tue Aug 11 22:25:07 UTC 2009
It's me again :-) I just have some questions about committing on
Sourceforge. Is there any convention into messages ? May we commit as much
as we want ? Are there some (strict) limitations ? Probably I'll only commit
files for my plugin but...
Thanks & regards,
ps. I can now compile using the automated build tool :-) great !!!
2009/8/10 Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger at uvena.de>
> On Tue, 11 Aug 2009 04:26:51 +0800, Chow wrote:
> attached is a little patch which cleans up the includes and improves
> ordering of the included header files.
> The main change is to include "geany.h" very early, this header will
> implicitly include most of the GLib and GTK headers you need. So, there
> is no need to explicitly include something like <glib/gmacros.h> which
> is deprecated due to GTK's single header policy anyway. I don't want to
> bore you with details, just make "geany.h" your first include in
> general should do the trick.
> In the future, i.e. once Geany 0.18 is released, things will get a lot
> easier, then you only need to include "geanyplugin.h" which includes
> most other necessary Geany and GTK headers.
> The API docs, especially the howto describe this issue as well, IIRC.
> >As for the issue with the for loop, the reason for that happening is
> >because gcc defaults to -std=gnu89, which is based on the C90 standard,
> >whereas declarations within the for loop only work with -std=c99 and
> >above. I think it's best to stick to this standard (C90) for
> >portability reasons.
> While there are probably not many people out there (anymore) who use a
> C89/C90 compiler, there are at least a few of them. And so we try to
> keep the Geany code compiling with gcc -ansi, i.e. compatible with C89.
> Nobody is forced to do the same with plugins, but it just makes it
> easier for users. The current code still doesn't compile with a pure
> C89 compiler because C89 doesn't allow to mix code and variable
> declarations. Cédric, it's completely up to you whether you want to
> "fix" this or just keep it as it is.
> If you want to see the warnings I'm talking about, just check
> http://nightly.geany.org/misc/build_gtk28_plugins_stderr.log tomorrow
> (after August 11, 04:00 UTC). There should appear a few warnings. But
> again, it's completely up to you whether to remove them or to keep them.
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