Re: PATCH: Some random stuff

My cvs account isn't set up yet so alex or someone else will need to
apply this patch. Regarding the mneumonic, maybe we should run it by the
release team and gnome-I18n. I'm not sure how this affects them.

On Tue, 2002-05-28 at 12:56, Darin Adler wrote:
> On Saturday, May 25, 2002, at 02:44 AM, Dave Bordoley wrote:
> > 1. Don't build the help directory since we aren't using it
> anyway...
> Cool.
> > 2. Changes the names of the callbacks for "backgrounds and
> emblems" and
> > preferences so that the code is clearer. I got really confused
> while
> > playing around, so i thought others might find this useful. (no
> user
> > visible string changes)
> OK. Only downside is for people who use their own customized UI XML
> files, but I hope no one does that.
> > 3. Removes unused code for eazel customer feedback
> Great!
> > 4. Adds l mneumonic to clear button in the clear history dialog
> cuz it
> > should have one right???
> Doesn't this cause an issue for translators? Don't check this one in
> until you've dealt with that issue.
> > related to 1. There are alot of empty directories in cvs nautilus,
> any
> > reason we don't just remove them????
> If you "remove" a directory from cvs, then you can't get history
> from files that were in that directory. The usual thing is to remove
> all the files in that directory (don't forget to remove the
> ".cvsignore" file) and then use the "prune" option (-P) when doing
> cvs updates and checkouts, which makes it not create (and destroy)
> empty directories. But the empty directories won't actually go away
> until you delete generated files and directories like Makefile,
> .deps, and .libs.

I see, didn't know that, still pretty new to the world of cvs. Thanks
for the tip


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