Re: Stock Items Deprecation

On 8/21/13, Jose Paulo <paulo sistemasolar com br> wrote:
I agree with Matthew Brush and others.

I developed some GTK+ applications and I used a lot of stock items,
practically for all buttons.
I can't realize why to change this.
Maybe I miss something good reasons or argumentation.

This sounds like classic Factory pattern.

Perhaps a static factory fn could be created, which provides for an
easier transition (ie an easy way to sed the old code to use a
standard factory function)?

I'd say the movement towards standardization across desktops is a good thing.

Factory methods for standard stock items are common in Java (from memory).

Just my 2c.

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