[Clipart] resurrecting the clipart browser project
jon at rejon.org
Tue Nov 25 23:10:41 PST 2008
I would encourage you to use GTK for compatibilities with most distros
On Wed, 2008-11-26 at 01:47 -0500, EnzoAeneas wrote:
> I just looked up Qt4 and it has an SVG module, so it may be possible
> to use Qt instead of Gecko, which may make development faster overall,
> but we will see. I will start out with with some basic examples in Qt
> and then recreate them in gecko and see how development goes.
> On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 1:21 AM, EnzoAeneas <enzoaeneas at gmail.com> wrote:
> > My thoughts exactly. I have spent the last few hours, familiarising
> > myself with python, and I think that I can work with it. I am not sure
> > what the original used, but I would like to use gecko as the renderer
> > because of it's native svg and http support and the fact that python
> > is regularly used with it (Songbird, Miro, Komodo IDE/Edit).
> > My first milestones are browsing of local folder repository with SVG
> > content and the ability to copy the file text to the clipboard.
> > After this, connecting to OCAL and browsing the categories;
> > Downloading to local SVG files.
> > Remote to Local Synchronization.
> > Rendering to SVG content to PNG, which can be saved to a file or
> > copied to the clipboard.
> > These should keep me plenty busy to start out with.
> > I will look into the Inkscape source to see how to go about connecting
> > to OCAL; I'd rather not bother with ccHost at the moment.
> > --Kevin
> > On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 2:09 PM, Steren <steren.giannini at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> This project sounds great!
> >> Please, my first specification would be for it to be crossplatform. So be
> >> sure before using any technology or library that you can easily build
> >> something for windows, mac and linux.
> >> Otherwise, don't be too ambitious. I would love to start with a very small
> >> app that does clipart browsing rather than to see a tremendous project dying
> >> because of the amount of work it requires.
> >> looking forward to seeing your work.
> >> Steren
> >> On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 8:22 AM, enzoaeneas <enzoaeneas at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> I would like to code a clipart browser for OCAL, but I have never used
> >>> python. I know I could probably do this in java, c#, vb/vb.net, and
> >>> c/c++, maybe even tcl or php. Could I get a specification and
> >>> requirements?
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