[Mono-list] Gtk# "agenda" widget

Adam Tauno Williams awilliam at whitemice.org
Thu Nov 20 16:46:57 EST 2008

> > > I'm writing a software I will use in my future (I'm gonna be a dentist in
> > > 2-3 years, and I want to use Debian at work :) ).
> > > I was looking for a GTK# "agenda" widget: for those of you who might not
> > > understand, something like a grid with Days as columns, and Hours as rows
> > > (or Halfs of hours, or [..]).
> > <http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ddv5htgd_23c4spt3gj>
> Yes, exactly! :)
> > > Someone pointed me to the "Work week" view in Evolution, and yes, that's
> > > what I want to achieve.
> > > Is there any Gtk# binding to it? AFAICS from Evolution's code, it's not
> > > even a "plain" Gtk+ widget -- but a custom widget itself.
> > None, that I'm aware of.
> Uhm, ok.

Was referring specifically to a Gtk# binding for the evolution widgets.
Poorly placed in the response.

> > > Is there anyone who has ever worked on something similar?
> > Yes, me.  I've created a DayView that draws itself with Cairo.  It needs
> > polish but it renders and can plot events (with a few bugs).
> ><http://code.google.com/p/consonance/source/browse/#svn/trunk/Whitemice.Gtk/Calendar>
> Great!
> I hope I can help a bit with this project, then!

Any help is welcome.  If you end up hacking on it I've got no issue with
moving the Calendar widgetry out into it's own project.  Gtk# really
could use more high-level widgets (agenda, calendar, etc...)

> Thanks for your help, I'm going to checkout the repository and take a look at
> the code...

I'm not a "real developer" so it might be scary!

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