Subject: Re: catching up with pending design issues
From: sam th (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 29 2000 - 06:50:33 CST
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On Tue, 29 Feb 2000, Paul Rohr wrote:
> So, here's a quick status review:
> > - word count dialog (Sam)
> In all three cases, there's a mostly-complete Unix and XP implementation,
> but we're still waiting on a final patch to review before folks can start
> porting to other platforms.
The Unix patch is done - at least for now. There are features that need
to be added, but I don't want to try to maintain any more patch levels.
All the stubbing for other platforms has been taken care of, including the
Makefiles. I thus include all the files (a tar of the new files, a patch,
and a screenshot) with this message, just so everyone who needs them has
> AFAIK, no further design feedback is currently needed here. If so, please
> send mail to the list summarizing what you need.
I used the Word dialog as the general inspiration for my design, but it is
certainly not that well designed, or implemented. If people look at it
and complain, I would not be that surprised - and will fix it.
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