[Geany-Devel] File modified
elextr at xxxxx
Sun Jul 21 18:06:25 UTC 2013
On 22 July 2013 02:52, Steven Blatnick <steve8track at yahoo.com> wrote:
> So this means we're waiting on gtk to make a later windows version? Or on
> updating geany's windows build scripts to another version of gtk?
We need to make windows builds using a version of GTK newer than 2.16 so we
can advance the oldest version we support. But the situation is that the
GTK project has few resources for windows problems, and general responses
on the GTK MLs have indicated that after version 2.16 there were various
problems up until 2.24 when some more resources have resulted in an
acknowledged better release. So given the large jump in versions, a build
on windows using this later release should be made and tested a bit before
it becomes the "official" version. Note Geany uses 2.24 no problems on
Linux, but that unfortunately doesn't guarantee no windows problems.
I can't tell you what is actually involved in making the build system
change for windows, but as I said it needs to be tested first. Note that
for windows there are versions that include GTK with Geany to ensure that
the correct version is available and used, the build system for these also
> * From: * Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com>;
> * To: * Steven Blatnick <steve8track at yahoo.com>; Geany development list <
> devel at lists.geany.org>;
> * Subject: * Re: [Geany-Devel] File modified
> * Sent: * Sun, Jul 21, 2013 7:36:16 AM
> On 21 July 2013 17:11, Steven Blatnick <steve8track at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I was just wondering if someone was still working on switching the file
>> modified windows to those inline warning windows instead of popups. I just
>> got the popup and closed it before I read what I had done :-)
> RTFMessage :-)
> Nobody has moved the windows build to a newer version of GTK, so that the
> oldest supported GTK can be upgraded to the one that supports the
> non-intrustive notifications. Nobody wants to do the alternative with lots
> of #ifdefs for one version of GTK.
>> Oh, as a side note, I thought when I type a number and hit enter on the
>> GOTO field on the toolbar, it would go to the entered line, but it's not.
>> I have to manually hit the Jump To button. I don't see a bug for it on
>> sourceforge, so I guess I'll report it.
> Works for me on it version, which are you using?
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