IRC Log Viewer » #firebreath » 2011-11-12

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virrea 04:11 Hello ! Do you know if there's some sample plugin out there allowing to simply launch a specific program when we click on an HTML button in a web page ? Thanks !
linearray 06:11 virrea: no, but that's about 2 minutes work
virrea: you can take FBTestPlugin and change one of the plugin functions to launch a program
virrea 06:11 linearray : thank you very much ! I will have a look on that !
linearray 06:11 actually, even simpler, just create a new plugin with fbgen.
taxilian 09:11 good morning
linearray 09:11 hi
I hate asio.
taxilian 09:11 lol
sorry :/
linearray 09:11 btw. what happened to FIREBREATH-1
FireBreathBot 09:11 FIREBREATH-1: Summary: Cross-platform timer abstraction.
FIREBREATH-1: Assigned To: [email protected]
FIREBREATH-1: Priority: Minor, Status: Open,
taxilian 09:11 it was started but not finished
it may actually work in mital's port, but I haven't had time to test it
linearray 09:11 I did
yes, it works
actually, I wrote to you about this
taxilian 09:11 hmm. okay, I forgot that you had actually tested it. we could probably pull it into trunk, then.
linearray 09:11 my concern was the usefulness
taxilian 09:11 I think the goal was to make it a firebreath library so it doesn't have to be used
linearray 09:11 what do you mean, have to be used?
taxilian 09:11 the point is similar to simplestreams; anyone can write their own, but most don't understand the browserstreams stuff. with simplestreams most common cases you don't need to know
linearray 09:11 ok, i guess for that it's sufficient
taxilian 09:11 similarly with the timer abstraction for simple things you don't need to know how boost:ASIO works
linearray 09:11 as long as you just want simple async timers
taxilian 09:11 anyway, as a firebreath library if you aren't using it it doesn't get compiled in
linearray 09:11 hmm, if I don't include it, is it compiled in?
taxilian 09:11 it will still be compiled, though the optimizer may not include it in the final binary
but it will still take longer to compile