Recently I've succeeded in cross-compiling Netsurf GTK for my iPaq h2200
PDA with Angstrom linux ( http://www.angstrom-distribution.org )
using OpenEmbedded ( http://www.openembedded.org/ ).
It works ok, but there's a little problem - scrollbars doesn't fit
in tiny QVGA (240x320) screen, making netsurf nearly unusable. Here's
On "big PC" netsurf's window can't be resized less than about 488 pixels
width, so I guessed that it's hardcoded somewhere. After some poking at
the code i finally found the place - it was in glade file, the width of
statusbar label, measured in chars! After removing this property of label,
scrollbars finally appeared:
Here's my patch:
--- gtk/res/netsurf.glade (revision 3862)
+++ gtk/res/netsurf.glade (working copy)
@@ -799,7 +799,6 @@
<property name="label" translatable="yes">Status bar text goes here</property>
- <property name="width_chars">50</property>
I'm planning to submit my building recipes to OpenEmbedded soon,
so other PDA users could enjoy Netsurf on their PDAs too.
Dmitry "MAD" Artamonow
You can see some other screenshots of Netsurf on h2200 on my page here:
I've no idea how that got through -- by default, non-members' posts are
silently discarded. I've now changed it so all list members are moderated
and all moderated members' posts are also silently discarded. The only
thing that should be sending mail to the commits list is the SVN
post-commit hook (which is explicitly permitted to post), so this should be
On Wed, 2008-02-06 at 14:29 +0000, Paul Middleton wrote:
> Dear Netsurf Developers,
> You were an exhibitor at the RISC OS South West Show last year and
> you may not be aware that RISCOS Ltd are running the show this year.
I'm not sure we were...
> We would like to invite you to exhibit again this year.
> For non-commercial exhibitors we are offering very very low cost spaces
> at the show. So if you would like to attend please contact me by phone
> or email to discuss the show.
Alas, the logistics of making it to the show and its timing make it
impossible for any of us to attend: the only developer who is even
slightly proximate to the show's venue will be unable to attend. The
rest of us are either in the north or east of the UK or abroad.