23 Aug 2002 02:24:22 -0500
On Fri, 2002-08-23 at 02:05, Moritz Balz wrote:
> I'm mainly interested in things like
> - Meta data (icons)
> - MIME type data
> - Accessing other file systems (e.g., smb://)
> which have all no .NET equivalents (as far as I know).
Ah, ok. Well, I'm not sure about the API of the first two, but you're
right, they ought to be available.
What I am more concerned about is the third need. I am pretty sure there
is some sort of .NET pattern that should be used for the
other-filesystem accesses, but I have not researched it. I can see how
one could use the Stream base class, perhaps, but not sure what to do
about directories and other things. I have cc:ed this message to
mono-list to see if anyone there has an idea of some standard
functionality the wrapper should try to conform to.
> Rachel Hestilow wrote:
> >Was there a particular bit of gnome-vfs you were needing?
> >I ask this because I think application authors would (or should) rather
> >use the built-in .NET classes for this. If there are URI
> >incompatibilities between Gnome widgets (file selector) and the .NET URI
> >facilities, we should provide some sort of compatibility mapping. We
> >might want to provide some sort of .NET-ish way of accessing the
> >"custom" directories in gnome-vfs such as the vfolder ones. But I can't
> >imagine ever writing a straight binding for gnome-vfs, custom solutions
> >using the .NET interfaces is really the way to go here.
> >-- Rachel
> >On Thu, 2002-08-22 at 14:54, Moritz Balz wrote:
> > =20
> >>are there plans if and when GnomeVFS will be supported by Gnome#?
> >>Gtk-sharp-list maillist - Gtkemail@example.com
> >> =20
> > =20
> Gtk-sharp-list maillist - Gtkfirstname.lastname@example.org
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