On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 11:56 PM, Brian Mattern<rephorm@...> wrote:
> For those of you who use elicit (a screen magnifier /color picker), I
> have a mostly rewritten version in a git repository at:
> It is still under construction, but most of the functionality is there
> again, plus a bit more.
> I have not reimplemented the ruler yet, but you can now right click and
> drag in the screen shot to select a region there and get information
> about its width/height (nicer than counting pixels).
> The README explains what has been implemented so far.
> Let me know if you have any comments, concerns or criticisms.
Just one build failure here since you're not using the return value of
fgets() and it has a gcc attribute that forbids that in new libC.
Other than that, I use bling and it has problems with shaped
windows... but it works fine if I add ecore_evas_alpha_set() instead
As for comments, I wonder if that drawable to evas image is something
that we could have in Evas itself, or in Esmart. Raster?
> P.S. Good work on the EFL over the past two years everyone. Its come
> along a bit.
Good to know of that. You need to try elementary and enjoy it a
bit.... having a toolkit that everything is an Evas_Object is very
handy! I like Guarana base more than Elementary's, but I'm out of time
to convert Elementary to it now (raster approved that already). With
Elementary we use hooks and a single Evas_Smart_Class. In Guarana,
Evas_Smart_Class is used a lot and you do "proper" inheritance, each
smart class will provide unique name and all, I even extend the
methods and all. It's more "clean", however since C is PITA we have to
type a bit more, that's why raster avoided it at start... actually it
would be good to have both ways, one is cleaner and good for base, the
other is quick to write tests and prototypes.
Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri
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