2017 I think this can be safely terminated.
I use FreeBSD E for my main workstation. I haven't seen an efreetd.core file for a LONG time.
Take comments into account.
Thanks for taking the time and making this usable! :-)
I confirm this patch removes the C++17 warnings I reported, but I'll let somebody else review the code.
but works with the flat theme :)
That does also not work, because a eventual execp would overwrite anything in there, that is not in a environmemt variable .
In that case you should probably have a ecore_fork_reset_callback_add() call to correctly handle forks.
@zmike mhm it cannot fix the issue here, as the same might happen theoretically due to evas forking, or efl_net or eio or eeze ... we have a lot places where we do that ...
efreet_cache_disable() for exactness overall might be a more permanent solution here.
I confirm this fixes my problems with Exactness. Please land.
this time a working possibility
I'll take this on post 1.24 release. Would be good to chat with you about it.
I'll see if we cant do this in 0.9 and efl 1.25.
This is in edi 0.8 which is out after efl 1.24.
This is actually done.
This is actually done in 0.8 which will release after efl-1.24
I think that if EDI's wizard registers pop_cb and does nothing in pop_cb and returns EINA_FALSE in the pop_cb, then the last item is not popped.
While i agree with @Jaehyun_Cho what do you think of adding a flag to enable that feature ? The feature itself sounds usefull to me :)
I think this patch breaks the backward compatibility.
Because users can register their own pop_cb by using elm_naviframe_item_pop_cb_set().
So if the popped item is the last item, then users' pop_cb is called and elm_win or something is deleted manually in the pop_cb.
However, this patch do not allow pop_cb is called if the popped item is the last item.
So I think this patch should not be accepted.
git add -p mistake
Tue, Mar 31
@devilhorns thanks for your review, but I would like to abandon this patch.
I'm using Debian and X and Simotek's Ice theme.
Let's take this patch as one cleanup and if we want to tackle the other patterns we can do as follow up patches.
Testing is failing because text nodes don't recreated on efl_multiline_set.
in simple words
- add test case
add mingw stubs
add windows stubs
Mon, Mar 30
This isn't going to happen. We don't do sub pixel rendering.
Fixed by okra in https://phab.enlightenment.org/D7745
This is fixed. It was due to mime type handling.