On 30 March 2012 08:42, Henning Thielemann <lemm...@henning-thielemann.de>wrote:

> On Tue, 27 Mar 2012, Henning Thielemann wrote:
> > I want to use a splitterWindow. For instance I wanted to change the
> 'gravity'
> > because the default value is not appropriate for my application.
> > Unfortunately there is no splitterWindowSetSashGravity function.
> I have added splitterWindowSetSashGravity to WxcClassesMZ of my working
> copy of wxcore. I have also some other small additions like 'selection'
> attribute for notebooks. Since not everybody wants to move to the new
> wxwidgets immediately, how about updating wx-0.13 with small additions for
> a while? I could simply apply the patches myself and upload new wxhaskell
> packages to Hackage myself if the main maintainers want to concentrate on
> new wx versions.

This is a very good idea, but I was thinking of doing almost exactly the
opposite: before I apply the changes to the main repo, I was planning to
create a wxHaskell-0.13 (wxWidgets 2.8.x) branch on code.haskell.org,
probably by creating wxdirect-0.13, wxcore-0.13 and wx-0.13 branches as
separate directories. The other option would be to move 0.13 support to

I think it makes sense to have a 'central' repo for changes. It is easy for
private repositories to be lost over time.

Does this work for you?

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