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Chero
Hi,

Has anyone already seen this :
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More info : http://wordpress.qballcow.nl/2006/02/27/gtodo2/

This is the todo-list-manager I've been looking for. It can work with multiple lists, has alarms, doesn't take up too much screen space (qtodo does).... . But developement seems to have slowed down or stopped. I think I could already use

I've downloaded the source (svn) and have been trying to compile it.
I had to include a few files (types.h and time.h) and to correct a few syntax errors (typos), but now I'm stuck on this :
When trying to compile I get :
"undefined reference to 'gtk_icon_view_get_cursor'"
(4 times)

When I remove the lines that call 'gtk_icon_view_get_cursor', gtodo2 compiles fine, but it segfault when trying to run it. The only error I get is :

Gtk-WARNING **: Useless empty GtkIconSource

Anyone has a clue what I should do next ?

Please help us bring this great app to pdaXrom,

Have fun,
Chero.
sashz
which link for sources?
Chero
QUOTE(sashz @ Aug 18 2006, 08:58 PM)
which link for sources?
*


https://svn.qballcow.nl/gtodo2

or the changed files attached here.

Chero.
Chero
update :

I can run the gtodo2 I compiled when I add some files to .gtodo in my homedir

First I had to convert the .svg icons to .png and then rename them to .svg again 'cause there's something wrong with librsvg on my Zaurus. (I did the same with the "homebank" icons)

There is a default "todos.tasks2" in the source-dir. This needs to be added to .gtodo.
On launch, a file ".gtodo/lists2" is created, it's xml, but it's buggy. The app can't be launched again.
When correcting the xml codes, it can be launched again, but I get these errors :

main.c:279, load_todo_lists(): is no valid gnome-vfs uri (which is probably correct, it should be a gtodo2-uri)
main.c:181, load_client() : Added: /home/root/.gtodo/todos.tasks2 (this is when the "lists2" file gets corrupted)

When I try to select something, it segfaults.

Anyone having more luck ?

Have fun anyway,
Chero.
Chero
copy of the email I received from the author :

QUOTE
If you use svn, you can't expect it to be stable.. Please wait for a
beta/pre release before trying (gtodo2 is undergoing slowly a few major
changes)..

Qball


So I guess we have to wait.

Have fun,
Chero.
Chero
Next episode :

My message to the author :
QUOTE
On Mon, 2006-08-21 at 06:10 +0000, zaurususer@telenet.be wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I didn't expect things to be stable, but was only hoping for it to run. (bad luck for me).
>
> Just two more questions :
> Do you by any chance have a ("working") snapshot of the version we see in the screenshots ?
> When do you expect a pre-release ? Is it possible to keep me updated ?
>
> For what it's worth, this is as far as I got(copy of a forum-post) :
>
> I can run the gtodo2 I compiled when I add some files to .gtodo in my homedir
>
> First I had to convert the .svg icons to .png and then rename them to .svg again 'cause there's something wrong with librsvg on my Zaurus. (I did the same with the "homebank" icons)
>
> There is a default "todos.tasks2" in the source-dir. This needs to be added to .gtodo.
> On launch, a file ".gtodo/lists2" is created, it's xml, but it seems buggy. The app can't be launched again.
> When correcting the xml codes, it can be launched again, but I get these errors :
>
> main.c:279, load_todo_lists(): is no valid gnome-vfs uri
> main.c:181, load_client() : Added: /home/root/.gtodo/todos.tasks2
>
> When I try to select something, it segfaults.
>
> I browsed through the code and saw a lot of comments and debug code when it comes to opening files and lists, so I figured the code was undergoing some major changes here.
>
> Thanks for your answer,
> W.
>


The answer :
QUOTE
Hi,

There isn't a snapshot you can try, sorry. Gtodo2 is currently (very
slowly) being re-written in a seperate branch, but there isn't anything
useful/working availible yet. I'll try to remember to send you a message
when it's doing something again.

Qball


The only question that is left here :
Is there anyone that has the skills interested in speeding things up ??

Or we'll all have to wait .. sad.gif

(looking at how many times this thread has been read, I'd say there is enough intrest in an app like this)

Have fun,
Chero.
Chero
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The good thing :

I compiled gtodo 0.16rc1 as well and this one can handle multiple lists, it doesn't have the tree browser gtodo2 will have, but it can do for now.

Any intrest ? Then I'll package it.

(Oh, the screenshot is vmplayer on win2k running linux-pdaxrom with xfce4). cool.gif

Having fun,
Chero.
Bundabrg
Nicely done Chero.

Anything special you needed to do to get it compiled? I might just package it as a BB as well.
Chero
QUOTE(Bundabrg @ Aug 23 2006, 05:43 AM)
Nicely done Chero.

Anything special you needed to do to get it compiled? I might just package it as a BB as well.
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I don't think so, I'm not sure as I fiddled a lot with gtodo2 the same week.
As fas as I recall this one just needed ./configure - make - make install.

Chero.
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