bastian at kde.org
Sat Jul 19 22:54:36 EEST 2003
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I couldn't find any date dragging in KDE, will ask around just to be sure.
On Saturday 19 July 2003 21:12, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> I'm currently working on adding dnd to the GtkCalendar widget (see
> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=117297). I've looked around
> for prior art, but couldn't find any, therefore I invented the following
> type: application/x-date
> format: 16
> data: 1-based day number (ie between 1 and 31)
> data: 0-based month number (ie between 0 and 11)
> data: year
> The seemingly strange mixture of 1-based and 0-based numbering has been
> inherited from GtkCalendar which has inerited it from time_t. The format
> is 16 to give enough room for the year.
> What I'd like to ask this list is:
> 1) Are there existing data formats for transferring dates via X
> properties ? If yes, should we agree on an existing one, rather than
> inventing a new one...
> 2) Is the proposed format good enough, or should we optionally include
> time information ?
> PS There seems to be some mailing list configuration issue, as I
> currently can't reach this list as xdg-list at freedesktop.org, only as
> xdg-list at redhat.com.
> Xdg-list mailing list
> Xdg-list at freedesktop.org
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