On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 10:55 +0200, Andreas Rottmann wrote: > "James M. Cape" <jcape ignore-your tv> writes: > > > On Thu, 2004-05-13 at 10:14 +0200, Andreas Rottmann wrote: > >> "James M. Cape" <jcape ignore-your tv> writes: > >> > >> > The main difference between this and Goio is the (new, undocumented ATM) > >> > start/stop_read/write() methods. > >> > >> Do you have the code lying somewhere? > > > > It's at http://esco.mine.nu/downloads/gio-0.0.0.tar.gz > > currently, though I can put it on cvs.gnome.org when the differences get > > hashed out. > > > I'll set up an project on GNA!, so we can start merging our stuff (and > get a mailing list, etc.). We should however decide wether the whole > thing should be called GIO or GOIO before that, so I can chose an > appropriate project name. Obviously, I'm in favor of Gio, because: 1.) It *is* that obvious what it does :-) 2.) No other package or project uses a "go" prefix because it uses GObject (gtk+, pango, libgnome, etc.) 3.) If/when this eventually does get moved into GLib (which would be the end result if it deprecates GIOChannel), I'm pretty sure it'll be as GIoStream, not GObjectIoStream. -- Peace, Jim Cape http://ignore-your.tv "We still name our military helicopter gunships after victims of genocide. Nobody bats an eyelash about that: Blackhawk. Apache. And Comanche. If the Luftwaffe named its military helicopters Jew and Gypsy, I suppose people would notice." -- Noam Chomsky, "Propaganda and the Public Mind"
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