On 2009-May-28 , at 22:30 , Jon A. Cruz wrote:
> Almost. There are a few glitches to be ironed out in a native
> Quartz port, which I'm working on at the moment in theory, although
> due to my main job I don't have much time for it right now.
I haven't tried in a while so it is nice to see it has progressed. As
for releasing 0.47 with it... not sure. At least I think we should
release an X11 version as the official one and a native version as
experimental: it would not have had any real testing before the release.
Last time I tried, it ran fine but:
- keyboard shortcuts weren't displayed in the OSX menubar
- the display was slow because of a limitation in fps by Quartz. The
problem could be overcome by fiddling with the quartz settings but
could potentially make the system less stable.
What is the status now?
As for the "looks", it all depends on the gtk theme. Has anyone got
news regarding that:
a GTK theme engine that actually calls Quartz for the drawing.
As a second, I got about halfway through adding tablet support to Gtk
If anyone is close to needing that, be sure to let me know.
I too would love that.