[Gtk-sharp-list] Great, it works!
Philip Van Hoof
01 Aug 2002 00:36:35 +0200
On Thu, 2002-08-01 at 00:16, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > [..]
> I am glad that you want to help the Gtk# guys, and your background is
> great for this particular task. Welcome to the team. As every other
> project that is heavily under development, there is not a lot of
> documentation, but you should be able to get to speed quickly.
> Also Mike and Rachel (the main developers today) hang out in the #mono
> channel in irc.gnome.org, as well as Duncan that has written variousof
> the sample tests.
Okay, I have added that channel to my auto-join list. (my nickname is
> You might want to exercise the API by writing small applications and
> see what is missing, helping then doing those pieces.
Okay. I am going to checkout the gtk-sharp (and probably some parts of
mono too) sourcecode this weekend if I find some time for it, after
that i'll start creating a few sample applications with components of
which I think stuff might be missing...etc etc
Today I have quick-browsed trough the sourcecode of gtk-sharp and
whoohoo, it's not that difficult to understand how it's coded. So I
guess that I should be able to get to speed quickly indeed.
I guess patches and bugfixes should be send -to the mailinglist(s)-in u.
diff format? cvs diff -u ? Ack, i'll first read the HACKING files and
the website before asking questions like this :).
Philip van Hoof aka freax (http://www.freax.eu.org)
irc: irc.openprojects.net mailto:freax @ linux.be