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Re: [CASHeW-s-editor-patches] Ellipse node instead of rect....

From: Andrew John Hughes
Subject: Re: [CASHeW-s-editor-patches] Ellipse node instead of rect....
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 18:24:11 +0000

On Tue, 2005-02-22 at 03:10 +0000, Ravish Bhagdev wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> I have changed the node to ellipse, I have not used your code and started 
> from scratch.  See if you can now combine the two.  You were having problem 
> drawing ellipse, so I decided to do that first.  Now you can see the code and 
> check what changes I have made for doing this.
> Please excuse me if I can't meet with you today.  But dont worry, we have 
> ellipse in place now, I would be grateful if you can make rules for the edges 
> or change the model storage to text format....please try that for me, we have 
> to try and do that before wednesday so that we can show it to Barry during 
> meeting.
> Good job with the palette...but we should get some pics/icons for the shapes 
> once we get the idea of what other shapes are required.
> Once we do that, we can change the namespace and post it on CVS....
> All the best for your meeting with MSc project supervisor....
> - Ravish.
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Please post code changes as patches (i.e. diffs against the original);
it's very hard to understand what exactly you've changed here from what
was there before.  More worryingly, if these files are new, then I have
to ask why you haven't followed our coding standards with them.

Andrew :-)

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