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Re: [GNUnet-developers] human size patch

From: Milan
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] human size patch
Date: Thu, 04 May 2006 21:53:07 +0200
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Christian Grothoff a écrit :

the sorting of the now human-readable column is done using the actual sizes -- no need to define a sort function for those.
Funny ;-)
So I've been coding complex callbacks for nothing at all... GTK+ is complex to use when you don't know well all the methods, but it's really well thinked.

Except that I've never seen libnotify work on my system ;-).

I do, under debian etch. Simply installing libnotify-dev packages and all the binary stuff I read on the site. But to be really smart, it should only print some specific messages (i.e. download complete, gnunetd down, content unavailable...), and print them one time : for now, I can get "created destroy manager XXX" as a message, and sometimes errors fill up my screen with several identical messages. It should not be used as an error log but as a end-user smart notification. Ignoring this, the feature is really nice.

In combination with libnotify support, it would be cool to have a gnunet-gtk notification icon, in the GNOME panel (like Rhythmbox or Gaim), reducing the app in one click. And telling GNOMe we support restoring session state after a reboot would be good, since gnunet-gtk *is* automatically saving download state. It would avoid the message appearing at each reboot about the need to restore manually the app state. Would this be difficult ?

Thanks for all

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