"Stephen J. Turnbull" <turnbull(a)sk.tsukuba.ac.jp> writes:
> >>>>> "-BP" == William M Perry <wmperry(a)aventail.com> writes:
> -BP> nbecker(a)fred.net writes:
> >> Uhhh... what patch?
> -BP> ＠#!%!＠#%!＠%#!... this one.
> No, not that one. Too many .texis :-)
Fine, be picky. :)
> libre is being decidedly unfriendly again today. :-(
I think the poor thing got swamped with network traffic. It is just a
little Sparc IPX running linux... pity it. :(
> BTW, is there a spectacular demo of gtk-xemacs? I'm very impressed that
> the bear dances, but gtk-xemacs (as I normally use emacs) doesn't quite
> match Baryshnikov. (I have long hated the detachable toolbars, so maybe
> I'm just prejudiced.)
You'll be glad to know that the toolbars are not detachable, mainly because
the current XEmacs toolbar code is a little too toolkit unfriendly and
assumes that nobody uses a geometry manager.
> It doesn't have to be a Lisp program or other run-time thing, some
> neat configuration option would be great.
Loading up .../src/gtk-xemacs/tests/gtk/gtk-test.el and using M-x gtk-test
is a pretty good demo. If you have gnome installed you can also futz
around with changing the themes dynamically from theme-selector-capplet.
Cheesy, but kind of cool.
The killer app will be when/if someone writes a customize interface in real
GTK. Kind of like the sawfish UI stuff. Wouldn't be terribly difficult.