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Jun 15
Gnome tip

This must be the greates Gnome tip I ever read (the dragging part at least). Now finally one doesn't need to crawl through one Save and one Open dialog to send a simple screenshot to some buddy. Thanks Karel!!!

Next to that: this is some of the most insane projects ever. A Unix shell written in JavaScript, that can be run from a browser. Check the "Open Shell" link on top of the page. Pretty nifty, didn't look at the code yet, will do that later.

Started working on the "save and restore enabled plugins" functionality today. I decided to use GMarkup instead of libxml2 so I don't add another dependency (next to glib), and the config strings are so easy formatted GMarkup is more than sufficient to parse them. But it made me discover once more how much I hate dreaded SAX parsing. Someone who enjoys writing SAX based parsers must be on a serious crack overdose :crazy:


Comment from: Karel Demeyer [Visitor] · http://gnometux.blogspot.com/
Merci voor de linking ;) ... Heb relatief gezien redelijk veel views gehad vandaag, die tip was wss wel geliefd .. staat op fora e.d. :D
Die Unix-shell in JS is gewoon te maft ... alleen spijtig dat ik erniet echt het nut van inzie. Maar waarschijnlijk wel pure fun voor die mannen :)
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