[g-a-devel]Re: Request to apply patch for bug #108664
- From: Mark McLoughlin <mark skynet ie>
- To: Padraig Obriain Sun COM
- Cc: release-team gnome org, gnome-accessibility-devel gnome org
- Subject: [g-a-devel]Re: Request to apply patch for bug #108664
- Date: 01 Sep 2003 13:37:01 +0100
Okay, I'm fine with that ...
Approval 1 of 2.
On Mon, 2003-09-01 at 13:26, padraig o'briain wrote:
> This patch suppresses window:deactivate and window:activate event pairs
> and a focus event notification which occur when using the numeric keypad
> in gnopernicus to issue command to gnopernicus.
> Gnopernicus requests that at-spi-registryd process listen for certain
> key strokes. This requires that at-spi-registryd call XGrabKey, unless
> XEVIE extension is available, which is currently only on Solaris.When
> the listened for keystrokes occur FocusOut and FocusIn X events. These
> cause window:deactivate and window:activate to be generated. The
> at-spi-registryd prevents these events being notofied to a listener,
> i.e. gnopernicus.
> Essentially, it makes using the numeric keypad in gnopernicus, a key
> part of its functionality usable.
> The patch has been thoroughly tested by the Baum development team.
> I do not think that there is any risk of regressions or bugs in other areas.
> Mark McLoughlin wrote:
> > Hi Padraig,
> > On Fri, 2003-08-29 at 14:33, padraig o'briain wrote:
> >>We have the attached patch for bug #108664. This bug blocks a number of
> >>gnopernicus bugs and has been tested by the gnopernicus team.
> >>Permission to apply is requested.
> > #108664 is a pretty huge bug to read. Please try and help us make a
> > decision by giving us the following information:
> > * What does this patch fix and what are the consequences to the user
> > if this patch doesn't get in ?
> > * In a nutshell what does the patch do ?
> > * How well tested is this patch ?
> > * In your estimation how much risk is there that this patch, will
> > cause serious regressions/bugs in other areas ?
> > Thanks,
> > Mark.
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