On Sun, 20 Aug 2006 18:30:39 -0500, Andy Spencer wrote
> >From http://www.gtk.org/gtk-2.10-announcement.html:
> Drag-and-drop support in notebooks
> GtkNotebook supports drag-and-drop, allowing to reorder
> tabs, move tabs between notebooks, and create new windows
> by dragging tabs on the desktop."
> Should these improvements be integrated into gaim? I think using the
> standard GTK operations is good for consistency. For backwards
> compatibility all the code for the current method (with the red
> arrows) would have to be left in and #ifdef'd depending on the GTK
> version, so is it really worth switching yet?
I guess in the ideal situation we would be using the gtk drag-and-drop. But
yes, we would have to leave in the current code and #ifdef it depending on the
GTK version. It's not really that important, but if someone wants to write a
patch or something, knock yourself out.