applet question

Sean Dague (sean@dague.net)
Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:20:23 -0500



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Sasha etc al.

(sorry if this gets here twice.  My mutt seems to not be setting the from
line propperly on my machine)=20

I have been very impressed with AfterStep in the past (just made another
convert last night when my friend's Gnome session crashed on him 3 times in
2 hours), and am very excited about the ideas that have been put out here
and on devel about where AS is going in 1.9.

Something I think isn't there, which maybe a good idea, is an applet
library.  Every applet I look at includes its own xpm for fonts, which seems
like a huge waste.  Might it be a good idea to have an libasapp or something
to attempt to encapsulate this? =20

I believe I am going to be gaining clock cycles soon which I would love to
help in AS work.  (I know I said that about 8 months back, but then I had to
go to Australia for 2 months.  I really mean it this time :))

I have ideas for a few applets, which I shall try to get done before getting
Sasha and others to help me understand the AS 1.9 codebase.

	-Sean
--=20
Sean Dague=09
sean@dague.net
http://dague.net/sean
AIM: sdague01

There is no silver bullet.  Plus, werewolves make better neighbors than
zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.




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Sean Dague=09
sean@dague.net
http://dague.net/sean
AIM: sdague01

There is no silver bullet.  Plus, werewolves make better neighbors than
zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.


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