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Profiling GMarkup – Take 2

Here we go again profiling GMarkup. Finally, I’ve been able to compile sysprof, and launch a profiling session of the BookmarkFile parser under it. This time, I’ve been using a 1.6MB file, with 3360 bookmark elements. Just to shed a … Continue reading

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Thumbnails

Today I had a couple of hours to spare at the university, so I decided to implement a couple of items in my “to do” list. The first is the creation of a simple function for adding items to the … Continue reading

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Surgeon

Today, Marta went to Trento to visit some relatives of hers, so I spent the entire day alone. I’ve studied for a while (I have a OS exam monday, mostly Linux-based on the case studies, even though the kernel shown … Continue reading

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RecentChooserWidget/1

The EggRecentChooserWidget code is in CVS since a bunch of minutes, complete with a context menu allowing the removal of items from the list, the ability to add a custom RecentManager instance instead of using its own (still requires some … Continue reading

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RecentChooserWidget

I’ve pretty much finished my EggRecentChooserWidget widget, which (I noticed) is roughly modelled on the Document History window of the Gimp: Also, as you can see, I’ve enable the filtering code, so that you can now filter the contents of … Continue reading

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Check out

I’m back from Amsterdam with a ton of pictures (most of them really ugly: I’m not much of a photographer), that will be uploaded on Flickr, if and when I find the time/bandwidth. Since my parents first, and my brother … Continue reading

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Now boarding…

holidays: I’m leaving for a week in Amsterdam, with Marta. I’ve already been in Netherlands, years ago with my family, so I already know the city; it’ll be fun to track down what changed, and to see new things. work: … Continue reading

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Hit me

cvs: The New! And! Improved! code for handling and viewing the recently used resources list has hit cvs.gnome.org: It basically works, even though the menu has still some rough edges. I plan to work on the list widget until this … Continue reading

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Recent files woes

Yesterday, on IRC, there has been some discussion about my recently used resources handling proposal – especially with regards to the storage format. I hate discussing on IRC; I’m not fast enough a typist – and since english is not … Continue reading

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Recent Menu

recent-chooser: Finally, after more than one month of hacking on the RecentManager object, I’ve been able to create a reasonable “Open Recent” menu widget: Obligatory screenshot of the new and improved recent menu The icon code is placed in the … Continue reading

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