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Re: [Gzz] 9th (asko)
Re: [Gzz] 9th (asko)
Thu, 10 Oct 2002 12:03:14 +0200
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Asko Soukka wrote:
So, before hurrying with the next deadline I
would like to get to know with current client (changes from 0.6.X, where
are all keybindings, views, dimlists...).
There are three important views: row, column, and vanishing. And then,
there's the xubuoy view from the demo which is currently less generally
The key bindings are in gzz.view.DefaultBinder at this time. I'm
thinking about re-writing that part to modularize.
The dimlists are kept in Fallback, but are not very useful :(, because
there is no way to create new dimensions.
Changes from 0.6: A terrible lot ;-)
Guess, there's still good stuff
to convert from 0.6.X (eg. views)...
Your mind* views would be cool (and also, in related news, the
ball-and-stick cell view). If you do re-implement them, please consider
following Ted's rule that interpretation of a corner list should stop
when another "left" connection is encountered:
A - B
D - E
This structure should be interpreted as two corner lists: One with A as
the header and B and C as the subordinate elements, and one with D as
the header and E and F as the subordinate elements. The connection C-E
is ignored (for the grouping of cells). So B/C/D/E would not be a circle
in the mind* views: B/C would be one and E/F another.
The purpose is for example chronological stuff: A could be "January" and
D "February," and B/C could be "January 1st" and "January 7th," and E/F
"February 5th" and "February 12th." So you have a long chronological
rank of days, and for nice grouping, a shorter chronological rank of
months. When showing this in mind*, each month should become its own
Benja: Would it be too bad to discriminate JNI tests with different
filename extension? As I recall, currently the extension is given already
in the makefile.
Hm, it would be possible, but wouldn't it be better to discriminate them
based on the directory, as I proposed earlier? I mean, we want the
platform-specific code to be in special directories anyway for clarity...
Re: [Gzz] 9th (asko), Tuomas Lukka, 2002/10/14
Re: [Gzz] Re: Gzz, Benutzername usw..., Tuomas Lukka, 2002/10/14