Re: [Evolution] Do I need to recompile Bonobo?
- From: Ettore Perazzoli <ettore helixcode com>
- To: hector huron scouts-es org
- Cc: evolution helixcode com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Do I need to recompile Bonobo?
- Date: 09 May 2000 11:29:23 -0400
hector> Hi all I have read that evolution does support OAF now, do
hector> I have to recompile bonobo with OAF support?
Yes, if you want to use Evolution with OAF. Evolution still works
equally well with the old GNORBA setup too, though, and probably will
for a while.
hector> By the way, I have been able to test also the calendar
hector> component, I have noticed that it takes a really long time
hector> to change from the mail component to the calendar
hector> component, is this normal? (I´m use a P133)
When you click on the calendar, Evolution has to fire up the Wombat
(the CORBA server handling the addressbook and the calendar) and the
Calendar control. What you experience is the start-up time of these
two executables; it should only happen the first time you activate the
component, though. (Unless, of course, the component crashes for some
reason and then needs to be relaunched. :-))
Unfortunately, this is a problem with all the GNOME executables.
Maybe in the future Evolution will fire up all the components during
the startup sequence, and this will prevent any visible delay in the
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