RooJSolutions en RSS: RooJSolutions - /blog.php 150 150 GTK2 bindings for PHP 2003-10-12 11:39:08 <a href="">Article originally from rooJSolutions blog</a><br/> <img hspace="5" src="" align="left" />I've been making pretty good headway with this.. - gtk.php fires up pretty well, and most of the simple button/widgets work.. Callbacks are working Ok as far as I can work out.<br /><br />Next on the challenges is to fix<br /><span style="font-family: courier new,courier,monospace;">$widget-&gt;some_var <br /><span style="font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;">I disabled this early on.. - so hopefully it shouldnt be too much to re-enable it..<br /><br />As a side to this, I've also been playing with a <a href="">C_Parser</a>, to improve my <a href="">h2def.php</a> code. The idea being that if parsing a .h file was very simple, then writing extensions would be an realitively automated task..<br /><br />it's PHP5 only, and you can play with it by checking it out from php's cvs<br /><br /></span></span><span style="font-family: courier new,courier,monospace;"><span style="font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;"><tt>cvs -d checkout -r GTK2 php-gtk<br /></tt><span style="font-family: tahoma,arial,helvetica,sans-serif;"></span></span></span> Come and see me in Germany 2002-09-25 21:54:00 <a href="">Article originally from rooJSolutions blog</a><br/> <img src="" align="left" bottom="" border="0"></a> Want to hear more about PHP-GTK, I've been invited to talk at this years PHP conference in Frankfurt (3rd to the 6th of November 2002), I'm giving 2 talks, one on<b> Design Strategies for PHP-GTK applications</b> , and one on <b>Conquering the final obstacles for PHP-GTK applications</b>. Please visit <a href=""></a> for more details. Nice Interview with Rasmus - php's creator 2002-05-23 21:50:00 <a href="">Article originally from rooJSolutions blog</a><br/> William sent me an link to an <a href="">interview with Rasmus</a> with a little mention of phpmole. Rasmus is someone you can not fail to admire, not only for his creation of php, but the manner and balance he has shown toward a little project that 'solved his own problem'&nbsp; that has grown beyond his wildest dreams. An interesting read on how to manage and grow with a project. Uploaded all the movies to the photo section 2002-03-30 21:46:00 <a href="">Article originally from rooJSolutions blog</a><br/> <b>Site News</b> <br />Just a minor update, all the digital camera movies are now online, I found a nice little applications dumpmpeg (based on the sdl library), that after a minor hack, I used to make thumbnails of all the mpeg movies from the camera. <br /><br /><b>Phpmole news</b> <br />Other than that, 'recent files' has been added to phpmole and I got another<b> patch into php4.2</b> (just a little curl fix). still looking at two key areas for development on phpmole -<b> pgtkhtml </b>is still pending me sorting out the rest of the <b>debugger </b>- you cant do really complex gtk apps without a good debugger.., the other one was the<b> glade builder </b> (while glade is nice), it is not a pluggable application, and the thought is that extending the current libglade emulation layer it might be possible to do that...... Major phpmole updates, and the site 2002-01-18 21:40:00 <a href="">Article originally from rooJSolutions blog</a><br/> Well, the new article abstract and content editing is working really well, It just took me a while to sort out how the site works using all this. I also managed to fix a few close document bugs in phpmole, mostly by adding a post_close method on the notebook manager, so that it does not try and do something on a document that was about to be closed. The site looks alot better now - well IMO :)