[Geany-devel] GProject geany-plugins integration
techet at xxxxx
Sun May 29 23:35:00 UTC 2011
2011/5/29 Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger at uvena.de>:
> So I had and added the necessary bits, I hope.
Thanks, looks good here.
> I verified the icon installation on Linux and it works. I couldn't test
> it on Windows as currently the SVN checkout on Windows is broken (see
> thread "GeanyPG breaks SVN checkout on Windows" for more information).
I haven't tested the plugin under Windows at all and suspect it will
need some modifications in order to work.
> Two remarks:
> - why do you use these custom icons at all? At least the icons for
> Reload, Collapse and Expand can be taken from the stock icons. Not
> exactly sure about "Follow active editor", maybe there is something
> appropriate on http://developer.gnome.org/gtk/2.24/gtk-Stock-Items.html.
> Using the stock icons has the big advantage that these are provided by
> the icon theme of the user, so they fit better than your custom icons.
> Just an idea.
This is what I originally did. The problem is that the icons are
different with different themes and there aren't any icons that are
_semantically_ close to what I need. For instance I use the + and -
icons for expansion/collapsing the tree - these icons are
GTK_STOCK_ADD and GTK_STOCK_REMOVE but under some themes they look
completely different and don't look like expand/collapse at all. The
only stock icon I could use is GTK_STOCK_REFRESH but it would look
strange if different icons in the toolbar were displayed with
different themes. The same applies for the file icons too.
> - #include <geany/geanyplugin.h>is wrong. On my system it didn't work
> neither with autotools nor with Waf. The include path is wrong, just
> omit the "geany" path part.
> Attached is a patch to fix this.
Applied, thanks. I install geany into standard paths so the headers
appear under /usr/local/lib/geany and were found by the compiler.
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