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|FireBreathBot||01:10||JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-132 issue created by pgas|
|Guest72355||07:10||i have query regaring the firebreath
can we run firebreath application as windows console application?
|linearray||07:10||what do you mean?|
|Guest72355||07:10||a simple firebreath application generates the dll file
inplace of dll can we create .exe file?
|pgas||07:10||what would be the point?|
firebreath plugins run in a browser.
|Guest72355||07:10||thats wat my requirement. i want .exe means console applcation rather than web loading the dll|
|linearray||07:10||then what would you need firebreath for?|
|Guest72355||07:10||because i want this application to use as both, web loading other same code as console application|
|linearray||07:10||well, you can do that|
|Guest72355||07:10||wow. thats nice to hear|
|pgas||07:10||I guess you would have to create a library with the core of your application, then create a console application and a firebreath plugin that use your library|
|Guest72355||07:10||to generate console application? wat kind of config paaram changes are required?|
|linearray||07:10||not sure what the best way to do that is, but I would make the console application a separate project
so you have a firebreath project, a console project, and code that is shared between them
|Guest72355||07:10||i would try with this technique, weather seperate console application can load & working with the dll successfully.
thanks you for the help
|kigero||09:10||it looks like the about page at http://www.firebreath.org/display/documentation/About+FireBreath has been reduced to no content - I'm guessing this is a mistake?|
|taxilian||11:10||kigero: interesting; not sure how that happened. I'll try to fix it|
|kigero||12:10||hey, the about page looks better :) thanks!|
I had to remove some things
some ohloh widgets that don't work on the new version of confluence
|sabotaged|wk||15:10||anyone know of a nice way to detect if a page is visible on a user's screen? e.g. not in a different tab, or minimized
|taxilian||15:10||maybe on windows, but almost certainly not on mac|
|sabotaged|wk||15:10||in an application the user has running on their desktop, if they click a particular button i spawn the default browser and point it to a link containing my plugin. the thing is, it would be good to be able to detect whether that browser window is open and visible already
i guess on windows it would come down to some window iterating fun
|taxilian||15:10||right; on windows you can get a reference to your plugin window, and use that to see if it's visible and where it is
on mac, you don't have any way of linking the CGContextRef or the CALayer with whatever is actually drawing it
|taxilian||15:10||not that I know of :-/|
|sabotaged|wk||15:10||hmm, window.onblur / window.onfocus seems close, but not quite what i'm looking for|
|FireBreathBot||16:10||JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-132 issue resolved by richard "Thanks for the suggestion; it's exactly what is needed. Sorry it took me so long to get this fix ..."|
|taxilian||16:10||pgas: fixed your issue, sorry it took so long|
|kylehuff||17:10||even though I'm not using a windows plugin and require no linking against gtk, is GTK+ still required to be installed for the prep script to run on linux?|
|taxilian||17:10||not if you set FB_GUI_DISABLED in your PluginConfig.cmake|
|kylehuff||17:10||hmm... I have that disabled in PluginConfig.cmake, but got "A required package was not found" during prep. then again, this is on FireBreath v1.5|
|taxilian||17:10||hmm. last I knew that was working in 1.5|
|kylehuff||17:10||hmm, okay, I will investigate this more closely with master, and I'll file a bug if it I'm not just being an idiot about something.
I went ahead and installed gtk-dev because I needed to test something else and couldn't track down the cause. when I get home I'll remove gtk d-dev and track it down. (I checked the resulting binary, and it is not linked against gtk, even though it pkg_config required it).
|kylehuff||17:10||so, I had my first contribution to one of my projects today, and I had to turn them away... lol. they compiled a 64bit binary for inclusion in an extension, but I can't accept it since I have no way of knowing if they added a back door. I felt bad rejecting the pull request.|
|taxilian||17:10||hehe. they added an actual binary?
yeah, that wouldn't work well
|FireBreathBot||17:10||JIRA issue http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-131 issue commented by marcuseting "thanks that'd be nice. i was able to grab the links for the swf files and download them to my har..."|
|taxilian||17:10||huh. I have no idea how to fix FIREBREATH-131|
|FireBreathBot||17:10||FIREBREATH-131: Summary: Tutorial Screencasts not working
FIREBREATH-131: Assigned To: richard
FIREBREATH-131: Priority: Major, Status: Open, http://jira.firebreath.org/browse/FIREBREATH-131
|taxilian||17:10||will have to dig into it
but for now I'm done for a few hours