I want to help.
- From: Juergen Boemmels <boemmels physik uni-kl de>
- To: gtk-devel-list redhat com
- Subject: I want to help.
- Date: 09 Nov 2000 16:43:11 +0100
I want to help in the development of Glib/GTK+. So far I have done a
lot of programming in the field of numerical simulations and in
writing Kernel-drivers for some very strange physical measuring
devices (all on Linux-Systems). Now I want to help in an Open Source
I looked in the TODO of Glib/GTK+ and found some small projects, on
which I think I could work on. As most of my numerical programms work
with popt, I want to start with the command-line support (if nobody
else has started it yet). But what exactly should be done?
Should I write a g_ish version of popt?
typdef struct GOptContext_ GOptContext;
typedef struct poptContext_s * poptContext;
GOptContext *g_opt_context_new (whatever);
Should there be some extensions like vectors
foo --vector 0,8,15
(I have already written a quick and dirty version of this)
or something like key-value pairs on command-line
Or are there some other very urgent task, which I can do with out
exact knowledge of the complete source-tree?
Juergen Boemmels boemmels physik uni-kl de
Fachbereich Physik Tel: ++49-(0)631-205-2817
Universitaet Kaiserslautern Fax: ++49-(0)631-205-3906
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