Re: GTK+-2.x planning

Bill Haneman <bill haneman sun com> writes: 
> > GTK+-2.2:
> > 
> > * Multihead support
> > * Official Win32 port
> > * Fully usable RTL editing  (#73307, #70451, #50770)
> > * Xft2 support for Pango
> > * OpenType Indic shapers for Pango
> I think we should add:
> * fixes for remaining keyboard navigation bugs/omissions
>   (i.e. keynav for toolbars, roundup missing bits)
> * default theme mechanism for icon sizing. 
>   (a patch is available already, as a starting point).
> (I believe these are the big remaining issues 
>  for GTK+ accessibility).

I'm worried that we don't have a clear idea how large a task "all
remaining keynav" is. Maybe someone could summarize bugzilla on this?
> Perhaps we could also think about revising the
> default theme engine in the 2.X timeframe since
> as I understand it, the default engine implementation's
> RC file format not considered "core" GTK+ API...
> if not could we consider a replacement default engine?

I don't understand what you're asking here.
> This sounds really good to me, but I think it should go to 2.4, 2.2
> is supposed to be a quick follow-on isn't it ?

I'm hoping it's a 2-day task. If it's a hard task it needs to be


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