2011/5/3 Enrico Schröder <enni.schroe...@gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> i've come up with the first concept for the rewrite, including a class
> diagram and sequence diagrams for a few use cases:
> http://enni.userpage.fu-berlin.de/GimpSizeEntry.pdf
> Note that it mainly shows how the different components work together,
> not how each component does its work internally. If I forgot something
> (and I probably have ;-) ) please tell me.
> Martin: I planned on integration the keep-aspect-ratio functionality
> right away, because I don't think it's to much additional work.
Looks interesting:)

> Additionally I set up a task schedule on
> http://tasktaste.com/projects/enni/gimpsizeentry and applied for a gnome
> git account, but it probably takes some time for it to be activated.
Try poking mitch on IRC. He has the keys to the keep but he only looks
when he knows there is something pending :)

> Also, since I'm using a Mac and tried to not having to use a virtual
> machine, I built git-gimp natively on osx (without X11) and with a patch
> that moves the menubar from the main window to the top of the screen
> (like other mac apps). It really was a horrible experience (took me a
> whole day), so I thought it would be nice to have a precompiled
> app-bundle. As far as I know, there are no official mac binaries, right?
> The only ones I found where using X11, which isn't very good. I could
> try to provide osx binaries of the current 2.7.2 and then 2.8 including
> patches for the menu bar and a nice theme.
Im wondering if that menu patch could be formated into a build
switched thing that could be integrated. Being consistent with mac
paradigm sounds pretty important to me personally...

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