Re: Extensions Infrastructure Work

Il giorno mar, 21/06/2011 alle 20.49 +1200, John Stowers ha scritto:
> On Tue, 2011-06-21 at 01:39 -0400, Jasper St. Pierre wrote:
> > Hey guys, it's Jasper.
> > 
> > As part of my work on SweetTooth[0], I'm planning on a bunch of
> > changes to make the user experience for installing, enabling and
> > disabling extensions better. Unfortunately, I'm gonna have to break
> > some stuff unless someone can come up with a clever hack. These
> > changes are not set in stone, but they're what I'm hacking on
> > currently, and I'd like to discuss them to make sure I'm on the right
> > track. Extension developers, I'm talking to you:
> Great news.
> As I mentioned on lgo I am happy to help by hosting any needed glue code
> in gnome-tweak-tool (for example if it turns out that live extension
> loading/installing/enabling via firefox is not feasible).
> Without wanting to sound rude, but before committing too much effort to
> this, could some of the other shell maintainers / designers please reply
> with some indication that this approach, or the use of extensions in
> future is something they will support? The feedback has not been
> universally positive thus far.

Does my answer matter?
If so, yes, I'm entirely positive with this initiative, and will help
you by porting all currently hosted extensions to the new format, as
soon as that code reaches shell master.


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