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To: David Pfitzner <dwp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: freeciv-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Freeciv-Dev] Yet another Gtk+ Server patch
From: jpranevich@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 16:36:56 -0400


I suggest something simple, like --with-gtk-server and --with-text-server (or
--server={text,gtk}) Whatever we do, I suggest making a minor change to the old
to match, although we should keep what we have for back compatibility.

In other words, I am finishing my latest patch and will have it out in another
day or so. It's almost entirely changes to the gtk bits now as the common
infrastructure code is getting more stabilized. I'm going to start peeling off
the changes that aren't strictly for the gui infrastructure or gtk server into
smaller patches that you can look at individually. (Example: change to the
create_ai_player code to look at a race hint other than the player name to allow
the server to suggest a race for a particular ai player.)



David Pfitzner <dwp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 07/19/99 12:50:14 AM

 To:      Joe Pranevich/Lycos@Lycos                           
 cc:      freeciv-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx                             
 Subject: Re: [Freeciv-Dev] Yet another Gtk+ Server patch     

jpranevich@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

>  I will make a the configuration of the gtk server a
> configure time option as you suggest, currently it is enabled
> if Gtk is found.
> (Which is how I thought the Gtk client worked.)

The client uses Gtk by default if it is found, but you can
override that by giving configure --with-xaw or --with-xaw3d.

I don't want to have to uninstall Gtk from my system in order
to test/use the non-gtk client or server! :-)

Offhand I'm not sure what the configure option to select between
the gtk and text-mode servers should be...

-- David

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