Re: gtk+ and gtk-engines slow

Just my 2 cents here. Why does a library (IMLIB) have user preferences 
associated with it? User's are expected to configure applications, not 
libraries. Since the cache is not, as I understand it, shared between 
programs, each program should make it's own caching choice. A single config 
file is not the way: a good setting for GNOME will be bad for E, the reverse 
is also sure to be true.

-- Jeff

At 10:23 PM 1/27/99 , wrote:
>You can have items insured when sent through places like FedX and UPS.
>Even so, this sounds pretty unrealistic. My grandmother used to live in
>Tipton, Oklahoma, and there wasn't shit out there but we had no problem
>sending stuff back and forth. My girlfriend is from Mexico, and I never
>had problems shipping things between there and Texas. It seems really hard
>to believe there would be anywhere in the continental US that's harder to
>ship things to than somewhere in Mexico (which really doesn't have all
>that great of a postal system.)
>On Wed, 27 Jan 1999, Kevin Miller wrote:
>> where I'm at, if you want the ram, you dont want to use UPS.  Thats why I
>> said its crushed.  Around me, Fed-X and UPS both use, UPS to deliver, and
>> only about 1/2 of the stuff gets delivered.  No joke. and yes, its
>> expensive for ram.  I live in a little ass hick town.  8088's are classed
>> as "Real computers" are resold for $100 and everyone uses them and wants
>> to "download thatinernat".  Some friends and I checked a few days back 
>> and for 1 16 meg simm, ram is $80.94 with tax.  Thats $74.95 + $0.08
>> /dollar, which is $5.06 a meg.  I could order it, at $2 per meg, pay to
>> have it delivered, entrust it to some freak with a tail, and have him even
>> deliver the broken pieces to my house, but I'm not sure I wanna go that
>> route.
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