[Evolution-hackers] Evolution library consolidation

2012-11-27 Thread Matthew Barnes
I'm currently smoke testing Dan's webkit-composer branch before giving him the go-ahead to merge it to master. Immediately after the merge I'm going to consolidate Evolution's base libraries into a single base utility library. libeutil seems as good a name as anything else I can think of, so I'm

[Evolution-hackers] Evolution slowing down

2012-11-27 Thread Karl Relton
Hi all Is it just me, or is evolution 3.6 now really slow. I find opening and closing message windows markedly slower than 3.2 on the same hardware. Even worse, the slowness gets worse with usage - so after a day's usage it is pretty intolerable (to the point where the window manager kicks in

Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution slowing down

2012-11-27 Thread Matthew Barnes
On Tue, 2012-11-27 at 18:59 +, Karl Relton wrote: Is it just me, or is evolution 3.6 now really slow. I find opening and closing message windows markedly slower than 3.2 on the same hardware. Probably just you, since I've not seen any such slowdown. If anything, rendering is much faster

Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution library consolidation

2012-11-27 Thread Matthew Barnes
On Tue, 2012-11-27 at 14:20 -0500, Matthew Barnes wrote: The new libeutil will include APIs that are currently scattered across: a11y/libevolution-a11y.so e-util/libeutil.so filter/libfilter.so widgets/e-timezone-dialog/libetimezonedialog.so widgets/editor/libeeditor.so

Re: [Evolution-hackers] UI interaction from book/calendar backends

2012-11-27 Thread Matthew Barnes
Yes, the gtk_init() issue occurred to me after posting that suggestion.  I agree a separate process is the better idea.  Then gtk3 won't taint evolution-source-registry. (Apologies for top-posting.  I'm trying out Dan's webkit-composer branch and it seems to have some kinks yet to be worked