oxygen _gtk_ style and svn repository

Hugo Pereira Da Costa hugo at oxygen-icons.org
Thu Sep 30 22:43:35 BST 2010

On Thursday, September 30, 2010 03:25:04 pm Arno Rehn wrote:
> On Thursday 30 September 2010 23:11:26 Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > for a week or two I've been working on a native gtk (+cairo) port of the
> > oxygen style, that do not rely on Gtk-Qt-engine (cause it is slow and
> > oxygen- Qt is too fancy for it to work reliably on such engine), nor on
> > hard coded pixels (because then you can't match any settings changed in
> > oxygen-qt).
> > 
> > Since yesterday we joined effort together with Ruslan Kabatsayev who's
> > been working on a similar thing independently, and now, to make
> > collaborative work easier, we'd need a 'publically' accessible svn (or
> > git) repository (and my - ignorant- favor would go to svn).
> > 
> > Is there any objection against me adding an oxygen-gtk subdirectory into
> > svn/kde/playground ? (though the idea of having some gtk code in kde repo
> > is a bit scary to me). Or does anyone have a better solution ?
> I'd highly recommend to go with git. We're moving to git anyway, so
> integrating your project with KDE's repositories will be much easier if
> it's already git. (Moving a project from gitorious to git.kde.org should
> be a matter of a few minutes when it's all set up.)
> If you go with svn, we'll have to write svn2git rules for the project and
> then convert it to git. As our conversion to git is in full progress, this
> would seem like a bad decision to me.

I guess I'll follow your advice.
Learning git's at the same time I learn gtk.
(lots of 'g' starting things these days ... Is there a 'kit' somewhere ;))

> > Just for the teasing, here is a recent screenshot of my themed 'ccsm'
> > 
> > http://www.flickr.com/photos/hugo-oxygen-icons-org/5040174410/
> Looks good :)

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