We did our best with the configuration gui. It will now display if the
Outlook profile is loaded properly. There are two property pages with
relevant controls. This is probably not the final layout for these two
pages, but this layout matches what we understood them to be. (One
probably simple problem persists; the second of the property page will
not show without clicking and dragging the window's title bar.)
We also defined a gui_config information struct that can be
initalized, loaded from an external information source and be used to
interface with the contents of the property sheets. The idea was that
any changes users made to the configuration could be written back to
this struct and eventually written back to the external information
source from which they came. This seems to be a decent way of
abstracting the interface with external information source and seems
to make it easy to add additonal configuration parameters.
Unfortunately, we were unable to get the gui to load information from
the struct. We're not sure if involved how we were allocating or
intializing memory or our means of processing messages from the dialog
box. This will need further investigation.
Perhaps, a discussion can start about how many GUIs are actually
needed and what they should configure. As our gui work taught us, this
discussion should revolve around what exactly is needed and what is
possible from the context any of the GUIs are called.
We'll send the latest code to Kervin.
Its good to see some progress being made on this and other project fronts.
On 1/20/06, Ron Alleyne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 1/20/06, Kervin L. Pierre <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > There is a new Open Connector
> > [ http://openconnector.org/ ] build
> > snapshot at
> > http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=66565&package_id=64526&release_id=283392
> > The snapshots should make it easier
> > to get a build going. Start with the
> > snapshot, then use CVS to update the
> > source files. Any binaries that are
> > not in CVS or corrupted should work
> > from this snapshot.
> > The build is still very much Alpha so
> > this is for developers only. Also,
> > please do not install on any Outlook
> > installation that you care about. We
> > have not done much testing outside
> > our systems as yet.
> > Very big thanks to Henry and Ron for
> > putting in lots of effort to in this
> > snapshot.
> > Hopefully we will have an actual Beta
> > release by March.
> > Best Regards,
> > Kervin
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