Re: preferences->preview->thumbnail size
- From: Joshua Judson Rosen <rozzin geekspace com>
- To: nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: preferences->preview->thumbnail size
- Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2008 22:41:38 -0500
Alexander Larsson <alexl redhat com> writes:
> On Thu, 2008-12-11 at 08:14 -0500, Joshua Judson Rosen wrote:
> > "Dr. Michael J. Chudobiak" <mjc avtechpulse com> writes:
> > >
> > > Richard Hughes wrote:
> > > > cc1: warnings being treated as errors
> > > > nautilus-global-preferences.c:99: error: this decimal constant is unsigned only in ISO C90
> > > > nautilus-global-preferences.c:100: error: this decimal constant is unsigned only in ISO C90
> > Alternately, it could be a logarithmic scale, which would be
> > fine-grained in the kilobyte range and courser in the gigabyte range
> > (because 1 kB +/- 100 bytes is significant; 1 GB +/- 100 bytes, on the
> > other hand...).
> I don't disagree, but that would mean changing the way a deployed
> preference setting works, so it would mean either breaking old settings
> or doing some contortions to handle both. I don't think its worth the
> pain for either really.
What about just using floats instead of uints? It'd still act like a
linear scale, even though IEEE floats are actually stored (in the
hardware) logarithmically; but you'd be able to store these
huge, low-precision integers and also the high-precision small
I know it's a little strange to be suggesting floats for their
*internal scale* characteristics rather than their ability to
represent fractions (with no fractions in sight, even!), but....
Is it too much pain to move from using uints to using floats?
Don't be afraid to ask (Lf.((Lx.xx) (Lr.f(rr)))).
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