Re: Why is GCompletion deprecated

On Mon, 28 Jun 2010 15:26:47 +0200 Xavier Claessens wrote:

> 1) I can think a bazillion of UIs that do/should have completion.

Personally, I'd find GNOME-Do style "completion" totally awesome [1]. I
don't know if it's feasible to have something like that at a low level
in the stack, but the thought of a consistently do-ifyed entry
experience in my GTK+-based desktop is very appealing.

Just a thought, in case somebody wants to start a
"cooler-GCompletion-replacement" discussion.


[1] For those that don't know GNOME Do: Their completions can cope with
typing that doesn't start at the target strings, has gaps in it, and
"learns" in a history-based fashion. It's basically an astonishingly
well working "type 2 or 3 letters that come to your mind first and you
got your answer" type of thing.

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