[Geany-Devel] RFC: Keybindings rewrite
Yosef Or Boczko
yoseforb at xxxxx
Fri Jun 6 14:24:13 UTC 2014
I think it better to port to GAction instead of GtkAction (GtkAction
has been deprecated since version 3.10 and will be removed in GTK+ 4),
so it will be ease to port geany to GTK+ 4 in the future.
Also, IIRC, there is a problem with GtkAction, wich cause to some
to work only when the keywoard layout on Englisg.
For example, most of the accelactors in epiphany dosn't work when the
layout is Hebrew, and it will be solved when someone will port epiphany
Also, I think it will be good idea to port all geany to GApplication &
GAction and GOptionContext and other new GTK+ API.
Yosef Or Boczko
בתאריך ו', יונ 6, 2014 בשעה 5:17 PM, Thomas Martitz
<kugel at rockbox.org> כתב:
> based up on Matthew's fine GtkActions branch  I think we could
> realistically rewrite keybindings.c use GtkAction/accelerators
> Currently it re-implements lots of gtk stuff, such as the actual
> looping through the known keybindings for the callback when a
> keybinding pressed. When this would be rewritten keybindings.c could
> probably be half as large (in LOC terms).
> The advantage of doing so would be that plugins could register
> keybindings simply by providing a GtkAction instance (and optionally
> a GtkMenuItem) instead of a plain callback. This would enable to
> handle keybindings in a more natural (from a glib/gtk POV) form
> through signals. This is especially interesting for non-C plugins
> because it easier to support/implement a gobject-based API then a
> function-pointer-based one. This is the major reason I'm interested
> in this.
> I think it is possible to do this without breaking the API or at
> least without actual damage because plugins don't use the fields of
> GeanyKeyGroup and GeanyKeyBinding so we can change these structs.
> Is such a rewrite desirable, and would it have a realistic chance of
> getting merged? I'm asking because I don't want to spend time on this
> and never get it merged. Otherwise I would volunteer to do this.
> Best regards.
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