Re: [gnome-db] Gnome-db libraries

2007/1/22, Vivien Malerba <vmalerba gmail com>:

As you'll notice in SVN, Libgnomedb now has 2 .pc files: one for the
main library, and one for the graph library. The advantages of this
new situation is that:
- one can use libgnomedb without the graph library if it's not needed,
and thus reduces the dependencies and memory consumption
- building and istalling the graph library is optional, and done only
is the GnomeCanvas library is found.

The question I'm asking is if the "core" libgnomedb library should be
split into two parts as well: one for the data bound widgets (form,
grid, etc) and one for the "administrative" widgets such as the
widgets to handle DSNs, or to show the contents of a dictionary. This
would allow to further reduce memory consumption for applications
which only require data bound widgets. What do you think?

I'm with you, split all in small parts to allow port gnome-db to any
other plataforms or widgets sets, I don't know but may other toolkits
:-) or projects like maemo could be.

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