Re: another control-center freeze break

On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 10:59 PM, Frederic Peters <fpeters gnome org> wrote:
> Matthias Clasen wrote:
>> One of the issues that was blamed on my GTK+ 3.0.7 release was that
>> the control-center shell no longer reiiably resizes back to its
>> original size when going back to the overview. But when I went to
>> bisect it, I could reproduce the problem all the way back to GTK+
>> 3.0.5 and g-c-c 2.91.91. It turns out that resizing back only ever
>> worked due to happy coincidences of size allocation.
>> I have put a very simple patch in
>> that will make this
>> a lot more deterministic, by explicitly queueing a resize when going
>> to the overview.  This makes the resizing work 100% for, both with
>> GTK+ 3.0.x for 5 <= x <= 7.
>> Ok to commit ?
> Ok.
> What about Benjamin Otte comment?

Well, he's right that the entire g-c-c resizing implementation is
pretty backwards and should be redone altogether. But now is not the
time for that. This one-line addition is merely about making the
current hack work a more reliably.

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