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Advogato post for 2001-04-05 17:45:39

Well, fixed a few silly bugs in KFTE, the rest was business.

Here´s the sil­ly bug: If you are re­mov­ing a se­ries of con­sec­u­tive menu en­tries with re­moveIt­em­At() you should, of course, just re­move the first one N times :-)

Advogato post for 2001-04-03 19:47:44

There should be a easy way to see who names you, so that northrup would see this:

In python, all mem­bers are in­stance mem­ber­s, if cre­at­ed out­side of the class def­i­ni­tion, un­less you specif­i­cal­ly cre­ate them as mem­bers of the class.

For ex­am­ple:

class a:
print inst_a.memb_a
print inst_b.memb_a
Traceback (innermost last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
AttributeError: memb_a
print inst_b.memb_class

Hope that made any sense :-)

Advogato post for 2001-04-03 14:41:40

Well, so KFTE is now in rather good shape. Got rid of the annoying flickering, too. I should blame it on Qt, though.

When I re­moved the last en­try from the menubar, the menubar changed its height! So, it now has a ug­ly hack to make it so the menubar does­n't ev­er get en­try-­less.

Oth­er than that, there's now al­so a QFTE in the same sources, and you can build xfte,qfte,k­fte,cfte,vfte and sfte in the same batch, and have FTE's for your ev­ery need :-)

You can get it from http://www.­conec­ti­va.­­na, BTW. Get the lat­est one ;-)

I for­got: would­n't it be nice if you could get a list of peo­ple that say your name in their di­ary en­tries?

Advogato post for 2001-03-29 23:46:11

Found ou that FTE is being developed again. Yipee :-)

Now it's time to make KFTE work with the new ver­sion and get it in­to the of­fi­cial sources.

Advogato post for 2001-03-26 14:15:58

Well, 6 months without posting an entry.

I must con­fess I was pret­ty pissed at some peo­ple around here at the time (note to self: maybe putting my re­al email ad­dress here is not such a good idea. Some peo­ple are re­al­ly scary).

I have been a nul­li­ty when it comes to cod­ing, I have de­clared KRN dead (and since sup­port for KDE 1.x is wan­ing, that's a good thing :-P)

How­ev­er, I have had some re­cent events that make me think I may still have an app in­side me try­ing to get out. More news on that to­mor­row, hope­ful­ly.

I cer­ti­fied Taj (did­n't knew you had a di­ary here, friend!) as mas­ter, be­cause, of course, he is one.

Af­ter read­ing his di­ary, I chuck­le re­mem­ber­ing how I in­tro­duced him to python ;-)

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