When creating a new local calendar or memo list or task list there's an option for choosing your own iCalendar file and among _those_ settings are choices for how and when to check the file for changes: "On open", "On file change" and "Periodically".
"On open" is implied with all choices -- obviously we have to read the file to initially display the components in it. "On file change" uses a GFileMonitor to alert us about changes. And "Periodically" uses a timer with an interval of the user's choosing. My question is can we do away with these refresh choices and just use a GFileMonitor always? I can't come up with any use cases where you would NOT want to use a file monitor. If the operating system doesn't support file monitoring, or if the file is on a file system that doesn't support file monitoring, GIO falls back to polling the file at regular intervals anyway. Any objections? _______________________________________________ evolution-hackers mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org To change your list options or unsubscribe, visit ... http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers