On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Cyrille Chepelov wrote:
> Le Mon, Mar 11, 2002, à 04:12:06PM -0600, Lars Clausen a écrit:
>> The main question now is: What do we do about Gtk 2.0 in Dia? Do we
>> make a branch for the conversion? Do we use a HAVE_GTK_2_0 macro (as I
>> have done so far)? Do we ignore it till it stabilizes a bit?
> I've made my opinion on the subject clear enough at several times.
> Basically, we have to cater for three targets:
> * gtk
> * GNOME
> * gtk-win32
> Assuming the new 2.0 releases are really of release quality, we still
> miss the non-beta GNOME libs. I'd say, let's see how others shake these
> for one, perhaps two months. In the mean time, let's fix what we
> currently have, so that we do a last gtk 1.4 release and then jump (this
> being said under the assumption that the G2 stuff is not rotten and is
> going to be released in a stable state and in a timely manner).
Since the Windows versions of Gtk 2.0 are due out in a couple months, it
makes sense to wait a bit. Of course, Gtk 2.0 uses utf8 all over the
place, so the Unicode conversion will be much easier then.
Lars Clausen (http://shasta.cs.uiuc.edu/~lrclause)| Hårdgrim of Numenor
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