./teststatusicon (was Re: A cross-platform status icon api)

On 06.09.2005 15:08, Matthias Clasen wrote:
On Mon, 2005-09-05 at 23:25 +0200, Hans Breuer wrote:
Also gtkstatusicon-x11.c not only implements the fdo spec but it also
defines a bunch of status icon api. Not only 21 functions but additionally
quite some properties. Should all this be duplicated to get the
cross-platform status api ?

Hmm, good point. When I did that code I thought a clean separation
between the X and win32 implementations would be better, but looking at
the code in gtkstatusicon-x11.c, only a few lines deal with the tray
icon. Do you think it would be feasible to #ifdef out the
platform-specifc parts without too much pain ? If so, then we should
probably do the cvs surgery to rename gtktrayicon.c to gtktrayicon-x11.c
and gtkstatusicon-x11.c gtkstatusicon.c.

Before diving too deep into the code of (now) gtkstatusicon.c I've tried
it on Linux - but it does not work there, too. What am I supposed to
update so see any effect of ./teststatusicon ? (I'm running gnome-2.10.2
on gentoo with xorg-x11-6.8.2)

I've just checked in a dummy implementation for gtktrayicon-win32.c to
make gtk+-2.9 compile again. To make a working implementation for win32
the missing pieces are :

- get rid of the GtkPlug inheritance - maybe even in gtktrayicon.h ?
- convert the icon/pixbuf to a HICON. There is code to do that in
- define a gtk signal to be emitted when the user clicks on the trayicon
- ...


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get along without it.                -- Dilbert

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