[Gtk-sharp-list] Okay, third time's the charm (links instead) -- GnomeVfs samples

Tamara Tamara <foxxygirltamara@gmail.com>
Mon, 6 Dec 2004 12:14:25 -0800

> On Mon, 2004-12-06 at 04:52 -0800, Tamara wrote:
> > A small patch to gtk-sharp/samples/TestVfs.cs (which unbreaks it)
> >
> > http://www.geocities.com/foxxygirltamara/TestVfs.patch.gz

On Mon, 06 Dec 2004 18:50:21 +0100, Jeroen Zwartepoorte
<jeroen@xs4all.nl> wrote:
> Hi Tamara,
> Thanks for fixing the TestVfs.cs sample. At the moment though,
> TestVfs.cs is not part of the build. 

> There are separate samples in sample/gnomevfs that demonstrate the 
> various API in gnome-vfs-sharp. It is perhaps useful to include a sample 
> that combines the FileChooser with Gnome.Vfs. 

Hopefully my GnomeVfsTest.cs will replace TestVfs.cs (bug #70262).
It's pretty much a total rewrite of TestVfs.cs but still does the same
basic things: show file info, write to file, read from file, open file
asynchronously, and create a new file asynchronously. I wasn't sure
what to put on the author's line though. Read over the code and feel
free to add yourself if you want or make cosmetic changes (e.g. I
prefer fewer 'using' statements). I'm just trying to get my foot in
the door and actually make some contributions :-).

However, I'm not sure that TestVfs.cs / GnomeVfsTest.cs is needed with
the presence of the sample/gnomevfs/* programs. Feel free to reopen
the bug and push for a removal. No use in crufting up the code.

> Could you open a new bug at bugzilla.ximian.com with the
> patch attached? Please add my e-mail address to the CC part (Mike gets
> all the bugmail by default).
> Thanks,
> Jeroen

Okay. The bug has been posted as #70260 with the patch attached.

I'll use bugzilla from now on. The only reason I posted to the group
was HACKING says:

"Prior to checking anything into CVS, please send a patch to the mailing list
for approval."

I guess it makes more sense to just post the bug #. Then I don't have
to worry about fscking MIME. Sorry for spamming the group. I guess
reading the line again, that is probably what it means.

I hope I did the whole bugzilla thing right. I've only done a couple
of bugs before and I haven't fixed any.

-- Tamara