I've been meaning to get back to the winter ewl theme (and some ewl-e17 theme
touchups), but keep getting distracted by other things :) In the mean time, I
would agree with splitting them out.
Really, it would be nice to create an e17/themes dir in the repo, so we'd have
a central place for theme source. This would make it easier for people to go
through and patch themes on theme API changes (when the original authors are
too busy to do it themselves).
As for organization, i can think of two ways of doing it -- by theme and by
Ideally, it would be nice to have both (does cvs play well with symlinks?)
i.e. set up things by theme, and them link them in by app (maybe under
e17/themes/applications/...) That way it would be as easy to get 'all winter
themes' as it would be to get 'all e17 themes'.
On Wednesday 02 November 2005 11:01, Nathan Ingersoll wrote:
> I'd like input from HandyAndE and rephorm in particular on this one as they
> are original authors on two of them.
> On 11/2/05, dan sinclair <zero@...> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Nathan and I have been looking at the themes for EWL and have realized
> > that zero, default and skeleton are woefully unmaintained (partially our
> > fault as we never update them).
> > So, we're currently thinking to split those themes out of the default
> > EWL CVS and just provide the E17 theme. Which we keep updated as much as
> > possible as it's the default theme now.
> > We could either do a separate CVS directory, or move them to
> > edevelop.org <http://edevelop.org> and depend on the ability for .edj's
> > to be de-compiled to
> > let people get the source code.
> > What does everyone think? Leave em where they are and let them rot, move
> > to an EWL-themes directory in CVS somewhere or rip em out to edevelop?
> > dan
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