Category Archives: recent-files

Merger

Seems that I’m being syndacated… aggregated… whatever… on a Planet, so hi! I’m starting merging the GBookmarkFile parser into my local copy of GLib’s HEAD branch (the tracker bug is #327662). I’ve created a testb suite and a bunch of … Continue reading

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ChangeLog

Long time, no blog. Here’s a brief recap of what happened in the last three weeks: Matthias Clasen has began reviewing the Recent Documents code, and we are planning to get it merged beginning next week; I sent a recap … Continue reading

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Porting

I’ve just updated the Recent Files and Bookmarks page on Gnome’s wiki: some (long due) clean ups and typo checking, but I’ve also added a porting guide, showing how to use the RecentManager and RecentChooser objects: addition, look up, display, … Continue reading

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Developement Trunk

Shamed by kris’ post about the state of Project Ridley stuff, I resumed the recent-files hacking after the gnome-utils/gnome-dictionary crazy run that occupied my nights in the last three months or so. RecentManager and RecentChooser I already did a review … Continue reading

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Icon

I’ve just committed my development trunk of the BookmarkFile and RecentManager objects. The former now supports custom icons for every bookmark inside the file, using the icon element; the latter, finally, supports group names for every recently used item. I’m … Continue reading

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Leaking/2

After some six hours, a chinese dinner, two large glasses of earl grey tea, and a coffee, I’m finally able to declare that, according to Valgrind, both the libegg/recent-files and libegg/recentchooser code are leak-free. Okay, take this with a grain … Continue reading

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Leaking

Yesterday, while I was at university waiting for a seminar about network security, I was on #gnome-it, and pbor asked me to look at a leak in EggRecentModel. I began wading through the code, but I didn’t found the leakage … Continue reading

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Long-standing

I’ve just committed some code that should hopefully fix bug #172587 of the old recent-files code. The bug was hard to track down – and for it I do own a beer to Sebastien Bacher: it appears that older versions … Continue reading

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