> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 12:15:08 +0100
> From: Daniel Silverstone <dsilvers(a)netsurf-browser.org>
> Subject: Re: SE Show costs
> To: netsurf-dev(a)netsurf-browser.org
> Message-ID: <1224501308.19510.20.camel@petitemort>
> Content-Type: text/plain
> On Mon, 2008-10-20 at 11:52 +0100, John-Mark Bell wrote:
> > Morning,
> > Here's a breakdown of the cost of the SE Show:
> > Stand : (50.00)
> > Takings : 10.00
> > -------
> > Total : (40.00)
> Wow! I hadn't realised it was so expensive for the stand.
> > In terms of travel, it was a 100 mile round trip for me. Quite what that
> > equates to in real money, I'm not sure.
> Assuming you drive anything like me, that's two gallons of diesel which
> is approx 10 UKP.
> As such, remind me of account details and I'll xfer 50 UKP to you.
Have you thought of putting a donate button on the Netsurf web page?
Here's a breakdown of the cost of the SE Show:
Stand : (50.00)
Takings : 10.00
Total : (40.00)
In terms of travel, it was a 100 mile round trip for me. Quite what that
equates to in real money, I'm not sure.
Samir Hawamdeh <s.hawamdeh(a)tin.it> has kindly sent me an Italian
translation of the NetSurf Messages file (minus the Help strings).
I've checked it in to SVN as !NetSurf/Resources/it/Messages
If it needs moving, please do so. If there's any feedback contact
either me or Samir (he is not on the list).
In article <courier.48F11AB5.00003796(a)atlanta.semichrome.net>,
> Author: chris_y
> Date: Sat Oct 11 16:29:24 2008
> New Revision: 5539
> URL: http://source.netsurf-browser.org?rev=5539&view=rev Log:
> Distribution files including basic documentation and an alternative icon
> (drawn by Martin Merz)
I'm not sure what format the icons are in, so I can't see them. However,
official NetSurf distributions should use the logo emblem in
trunk/art/logo/emblem for the main application icon.
The full NetSurf logo, with "NetSurf" text is trunk/art/logo/full
They're in vector formats (SVG and ArtWorks). There's some information
about them here:
There are bitmap versions dotted around the source tree and web site. If
you can't load the vector formats and need the logo converted to a bitmap
of a specific size just say and I can convert it.
In article <courier.48F11B19.00003E63(a)atlanta.semichrome.net>,
> Author: chris_y
> Date: Sat Oct 11 16:31:04 2008
> New Revision: 5540
> URL: http://source.netsurf-browser.org?rev=5540&view=rev
> New throbber icon by Martin Merz
I think it's good to have some consistency across the default NetSurf GUIs
on different platforms. Obviously if there are OS specific style guides or
OS icons we should use, we should follow the OS style.
The RISC OS, GTK and BeOS front ends use the throbber at
trunk/art/throbber for the throbber animation.
There are PNG and RISC OS Sprite bitmap versions in the source tree.
On RISC OS, themes are supported, which allow the toolbar icons and
throbber animation to be changed. I think this is the best way to cater
for alternatives. The theme format used on RISC OS is only really suitable
for RISC OS, I think.
We did start working on a new multi-platform theme file format, whereby
users could go to the web site and download the theme of their choice and
have it work with NetSurf whatever platform they were using. I think we
got as far as defining the file format and writing code to load and save
Michael Drake (tlsa) http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
> --- trunk/netsurf/Makefile.sources (original)
> +++ trunk/netsurf/Makefile.sources Sat Oct 11 16:38:04 2008
> @@ -1,193 +1,194 @@
> -# NetSurf source file inclusion
> -# Included by main makefile -- indicates sources
> -# for each build.
[etc, entire file]
Erm, not sure what went wrong there, I think the line endings may have
changed and confused SVN, because I edited it under Windows but
commited it from here without resaving first.
For clarity, this is all I changed:
> - plotters.c object.c menu.c save_pdf.c arexx.c version.c
> + plotters.c object.c menu.c save_pdf.c arexx.c version.c \
> + cookies.c
On Fri, 10 Oct 2008 10:03:37 -0400
> Fair enough.? So, where did you put lempar.c?
I have in /usr/share/lemon/lempar.c, and the packaged version of Lemon
(in Debian at least) has a patch to make it look for it there.
As John-Mark suggested, read Docs/BUILDING-GTK - it explains how to
build and install Lemon. You will need to adapt this to Syllable.
Hello all, I'm Dee Sharpe & I'm working on a port of Netsurf for Syllable (www.syllable.org).? I've been going off of the BeOS/Haiku port, since that OS is similar to ours.? However, there's one thing that I can't seem to grasp.? Since Netsurf uses the Lemon parse generator & Lemon is maintained by the MySQL project, how were yall successfully able to pull it out & use it on your platform?? We do not have a Lemon port & since Netsurf requires it, I am trying to do a build of it.? All help would be apprieciated!