GNU Arch 1.3.5 released!
It is funny that some people want to bump version numbers for no good reason. The fact that a project can advance in the current framework without the need of a major rewrite is a good thing. And the current generation of GNOME seems to be in good shape, and if there is no 3.0 so much the better. And arguments over GNOME and Gnome seem like making storm in a teapot. GNOME it is, and that name already works well, and then so be it.
<person>Michael Crawford</person>, seems you were actually from the San Francisco Bay area. The job market in Silicon Valley is now very hot so you shall be able to find a job easily here. Of course it is up to you to decide if you want to leave the icy coast of Eastern Canada...
The modern version of the da Vinci code. Who can solve it?
According to this article on Eben Moglen and the GPL v3, http://technology.guardian.co.uk/weekly/story/0,,1742104,00.html,
"The new version of the GPL licence says that creators of programs and embedded devices are free to add DRM to systems that use software released under the GPL (like GNU/Linux) - but on one condition: that users can change the underlying software."
Would source-code-available-as-free-software DRM systems like openmediacommons.org be allowed under the GPL v3?
作者：一里 標題：棋詩四手 - 2006-3-12 00:37
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I have created Squirrel support to SWIG. Squirrel is a light weight extension language in the style of Lua but has a C/C++ style syntax. The patch against SWIG 1.3.28 is available and works with Squirrel 2.1 work 4 with the built-in char type defined as the C char instead of wchar_t.
So far wrapping basic types and C structs seems to work on GNU/Linux on simple samples. No attempts were made to support C++ classes yet.
Just curious if there is any documentation on gtk+ binding generation for a new language?
I wonder how come SWIG is not used for gtk+ bindings. The gtk+/GNOME people may have some views regarding SWIG?
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