19 Feb 2003 05:10:34 -0500
On Wed, 2003-02-19 at 09:09, Lee Mallabone wrote:
> In Gtk.ButtonBox, there is a 'Layout' property, (generated from the C
> API get/set functions), and also a 'LayoutStyle' property, (generated
> from the C GObject layout-style property).
> Is it possible to suppress one of these properties with metadata? They
> appear to do the same thing, which seems a bit odd.
I noticed something similar while documenting the scrollable widgets
> Sorry if I sound very critical of Gtk# recently btw - it's not my
> intention, (I love it). I just keep noticing occasional oddities as I'm
> writing docs, and am not yet sure how to send fixes for them...
No no, please don't feel sorry about this. The gtk-sharp API is in no
way set in stone now, and there is a LOT of work to be done to figure
out how to add polish to the existing code. This is excellent work,
exactly the sort of worked necessary in order for gtk-sharp to become a
truly excellent binding.
In the past, I have attempted to 'audit' the gtk-sharp source code. I
wasn't able to do much (it was much too tedious) and only now do I
realize that this documentation work is going be to driving force behind
this auditing of the gtk-sharp API.
Thanks for all your work recently, and I'm looking forward to see your
next set of batches ;-)
Duncan Mak <email@example.com>