[Gtk-sharp-list] [Mono-docs-list] monodoc search bar

Mario Sopena Novales mario.sopena at gmail.com
Sun Dec 9 07:11:51 EST 2007


  sorry my comment made you code a new patch. I tried both and, as you
said, with your first patch the findbar does not appears when you
don't have the newet gtkhtml-sharp lib. So, I will go with the first.

However, your patch needs to be in gnome-sharp before we apply it to
monodoc and we have to make sure the version we test is the one that
has your patch applied. So, once it gets in gnome-sharp, the check
should be GTKHTML_SHARP_3_X instead of GTKHTML_SHARP_3_14.

On 05/12/2007, Alvaro Ramirez <aramirez at xenodium.com> wrote:
> Hi Mario,
> > I think your patch misses if someone hits the Ctrl+F keystroke but
> > it does not have the gtkhtml-sharp version needed. It will be
> > presented with a useless findbar.
> hmmm... shouldn't be the case. If you build against older versions of
> gtkhtml, the menu items get hidden, which would prevent the key-bindings
> from working (??)
> #if (!GTKHTML_SHARP_3_14)
>                 ui ["find_separator"].Hide ();
>                 ui ["find_text"].Hide ();
>                 ui ["find_next"].Hide ();
>                 ui ["find_previous"].Hide ();
> #endif
> > We better avoid those situations
> The above seems to avoid the scenario you mentioned. In any case, I've
> added some more conditionals and removed the search bar from the
> container altogether (when building against older gtk-html). The
> downside to this is that browser.cs now has more #if's :( Have a look at
> the new patches. Let me know...
> Thanks,
> Alvaro

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