[Gtk-sharp-list] GConf Sharp question

Rachel Hestilow hestilow@ximian.com
07 Dec 2002 14:59:34 -0600

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Actually, EditorShell infers the appropriate types from the type of
widget you pass in, not from the schema at all, so you shouldn't have to
wait on my schema fixes to start porting to EditorShell. This could
probably be clearer in the tutorial.

The "> " syntax is a shell-ism, the schemagen tool doesn't actually know
what filename it is outputting to. The unix convention here would be to
add an optional -o flag to explicitly specify a filename. That would be
no problem for me to add.


On Sat, 2002-12-07 at 14:52, Jeff Perrin wrote:
> Thanks for your reply, Rachel.  I've worked around the issues so far by
> just avoiding the EditorShell altogether, although I'll give it a try
> once you get a chance to commit your fixes.
> Oh, and while I'm at it, I've got a suggestion... Would it be possible
> to have the gconfsharp-schemagen tool produce classes with the same name
> as the specified output file?  eg:
> gconfsharp-schemagen Test test.schema > UberTest.cs
> would make a settings class like this:

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