Thanks Eric for all suggestions.
Since I quit professional "Software" Development, I confess, that
planning and "design" have not been any of my priorities in my private
"projects" (to say the least).
On 18.05.2012 03:18, Eric C. wrote:
> Hi Michael:
> I know they have a tarball on their site, but I didn't find it to be
> very readable. I usually slog through their site. It would be nice to
> have the whole thing on disk.
So I make it a suggestion and hope for the pressure to rise... ;-)
> I've downloaded your program, but I don't see how to run the GUI part.
$> ruby [installation path]/cremefraiche/gui/cremefraicheGui.rb
There will be a HOWTO dedicated to the GUI, as I tend to keep both ways
to run the program apart.
> I don't know what you want to do with this program, but I have some
Nor do I know. Someone asked for an easy way to turn EML into PDF and I
just did it. Someone else integrated Creme Fraiche into Alfresco and I
guess, that there is a use to it.
> 1) The install can be easier. You can simply install all the GTk
> packages, then install your program as a gem. When your gem installs
> you can make the dependencies of prawn and gtk2. That will make the
> prawn gem and the gtk2 bindings install automatically.
> Also, you can have your gem install as an executable, so the user will
> just have to type "gem install cremefraiche" and then they can just type
> the command "cremefraiche" at the command prompt and it will work.
> 2) You can eliminate a huge amount of your code by using my IDE,
> You can build your
> forms using the glade interface designer, and make your program only
> contain ruby logic.
> 3) I'd suggest making your config file into a class that you dump onto
> disk using yaml.
I will consider all these suggestions during the next weeks, when I will
again be without an Internet-connection. Thanks again.
Read you all some time... ;-)
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