[Geany-Devel] [geany/geany-plugins] 73ae49: waf: Fix the checks for openpty() on FreeBSD

Lex Trotman elextr at xxxxx
Mon Apr 13 22:56:09 UTC 2015

On 14 April 2015 at 03:33, Dimitar Zhekov <dimitar.zhekov at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 13.4.2015 г. 04:11, Matthew Brush wrote:
>>> While on configuring, the README file still lists gtk+ 2.16 as a minimum
>>> requirement for Geany - but it's actually 2.18 with GtkInfoBar now,
>>> right?
>> I just merged PR #245[0], so 2.24 should be good version to use.
> On 13.4.2015 г. 04:12, Lex Trotman wrote:
>> 2.18!!! c'mon, get with it, Geany is now 2.24 :)
> Wow, that may be not a very good news for the Windows users.

Well, the GTK windows guys on the GTK list basically seem to agree
that the next good windows version after 2.16 is 2.24, there were
various major problems with the versions in between.

So it was chosen because it may be the least worst version for windows.


> In 2.24, the horizontal tabs under Win~1 have this "flat" or "modern" or
> whatever look, and you can only distinguish the current tab via a slight 3D
> effect. And unlike 3.x, where you can easily set the active tab background
> with CSS, in 2.24 the (in)active horizontal tabs are always with the same
> background AFAICT.
> In fact, I have not found a way to change neither the active nor the
> inactive horizontal tab background in 2.24 - even with all backgrounds for
> all widgets set to red, the horizontal tabs are still light gray.
> Using color to distinguish the tabs does the job, albeit worse, but
> conflicts with Geany red for modified and green for read-only tab. If
> somebody knows how to change the (in)active horizontal tab background,
> please drop me a note...
> On 13.4.2015 г. 04:05, Matthew Brush wrote:
>> Remove pre-GTK+ 2.24 preprocessor checks and related code
> Looking at the changes, the lowest gtk+ version checked is 2.20, which
> suggests that for Geany there is no difference between 2.22 and 2.24. Would
> it be possible to keep the minimum version 2.22? I have heard it has some
> problems under Windows, but never actually seen any.

See above.

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