Re: gnome-recent in libegg

James Willcox <jwillcox cs indiana edu> writes:
> I've created some code that stores recently used files called
> gnome-recent (it was mentioned on this list before).  It has a
> model-view design, and currently has gtk+ and libbonoboui "views" which
> are used to reflect the current contents of the file list.  Currently
> gedit is using this code, and an older modified version is in gdl.  It
> is probably still far from perfect, but I would like to get it into
> libegg so at least people will see it.  It currently lives in CVS module
> gnome-recent.  What do you guys think?

Sounds sensible. Have a look at the README for libegg - the person who
"decides" whether something can go in libegg is the maintainer of the
library that your code is destined for. i.e. things can't live in
libegg forever, so to get into libegg you need an exit strategy.

In this case you're probably looking at libgnome, so Anders is the guy
you need the OK from.


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