Re: Accessibility in GTK+ under Windows - a question to maintainers
- From: Dominic Lachowicz <domlachowicz gmail com>
- To: Евгений Филиппов <egphilippov gmail com>
- Cc: gtk-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Accessibility in GTK+ under Windows - a question to maintainers
- Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 11:31:05 -0400
Please excuse my ignorance, but why would the *users* need to download
and build anything? Why wouldn't GTK+ applications (eg. Pidgin) just
ship with the accessibility bridge included with their installer?
On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 11:24 AM, Евгений Филиппов
<egphilippov gmail com> wrote:
> I did not yet study the GTK internals. What I would like---I'd like to
> interlink GTK with UIA. How is should be best done is another
> Mainly my question is:
> Do GTK's maintainers and do GTK's Windows port maintainers allow this:
> If an user wants GTK to support UIA, he would download Windows SDK
> (WSDK) and build GTK against WSDK, namely GTK needs to be linked with
> UIA headers and dll/lib libraries, to support UIA.
> So the maintainers---please do answer this.
> As this would extend GTK's user base to people with disabilities who
> still need Windows, and is a good deed.
> On 19/04/2012, Piñeiro <apinheiro igalia com> wrote:
>> On 04/17/2012 01:50 PM, Evgeniy Philippov wrote:
>>> (I didn't yet research where my possible future UIA code goes to:
>>> probably to ATK, but I didn't study yet.)
>> Why on ATK? ATK is an accessibility abstraction like UIA. What do you
>> want to add on ATK in relation to UIA?
>> Alejandro Piñeiro Iglesias
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