Re: [Fwd: arg parsing]

1999-10-04 Thread robert
On 4 Oct, Gabor Fleischer wrote: freeamp -uitheme.ui -uilcdproc.ui blah.mp3 or this could be written freeamp -ui[theme.ui lcdproc.ui] blah.mp3 Hmm. freeamp --ui=theme,lcdproc blah.mp3 As I know the most POSIX-like is that we hawe "-X"-ish one letter switches, orr "--WORD"-ish long

Re: arg parsing

1999-10-04 Thread Mark B. Elrod
POSIX would be a plus but we still have to make sure that there are no spaces between args and their parameters so that we can distinguish what params are ours and what params are a random component. elrod [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 4 Oct, Gabor Fleischer wrote: freeamp -uitheme.ui

Re: where to install theme files to?

1999-10-04 Thread Mark B. Elrod
i like option 2 as well. the only downside is that if a user gets an updated theme with the same name we might not recognize it unless they know to delete the folder it has been expanded to. how can we get around that? elrod Mayhem Chaos Coordinator wrote: Sounds good to me. I've got a

Re: where to install theme files to?

1999-10-04 Thread Mayhem Chaos Coordinator
Well, if we make it so that the user needs to 'import' a theme then the user would need to import the updated theme, before it became active. --ruaok Freezerburn! All else is only icing. -- Soul Coughing Robert Kaye -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://moon.eorbit.net/~robert - Original

Re: where to install theme files to?

1999-10-04 Thread Steve Kennedy
On Mon, Oct 04, 1999 at 10:57:31AM -0700, Mark B. Elrod wrote: i like option 2 as well. the only downside is that if a user gets an updated theme with the same name we might not recognize it unless they know to delete the folder it has been expanded to. how can we get around that? Themes

Re: where to install theme files to?

1999-10-04 Thread Mark B. Elrod
heh... ok so if we do that how hard would it be for us to add a theme browser to the prefs? something that scaled down the bitmap fot the main window and blitted it? elrod Mayhem Chaos Coordinator wrote: Well, if we make it so that the user needs to 'import' a theme then the user would need

RE: preprocessor #define's

1999-10-04 Thread Isaac Richards
Checkout cvs now... I've got it defining HAVE_GTK when it's compiling with gtk+.. Does that fix stuff for you? Isaac On 03-Oct-99 Hiromasa Kato wrote: Is there any appropriate preprocessor symbol that I can use to tell if I'm compiling for gtk+ theme ui?

Re: where to install theme files to?

1999-10-04 Thread Mayhem Chaos Coordinator
Not hard, but given the sheer number of other things that need to get done -- unlikely. :-( --ruaok Freezerburn! All else is only icing. -- Soul Coughing Robert Kaye -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://moon.eorbit.net/~robert - Original Message - From: Mark B. Elrod [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: where to install theme files to?

1999-10-04 Thread Isaac Richards
How bout when we decompress it, we store the timestamp of the compressed thingie in one of our spiffy databases, or just stick an empty file in the decompressed dir with its name being the timestamp. Then we compare to the compressed one on startup.. work? Isaac On 04-Oct-99 Mark B. Elrod