so then I guess plugins should load their own UI and install their own
glade files as well as any gconf schemas for settings they need to
and how exactly is a plugin registered. is it simply a matter of
once I finish coding this plugin ill whip up a wiki.
On Feb 12, 9:26 am, Lunke <zefl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The difference in memory usage isn't much, of course having a bunch of
> plugins linked in to the binary would make it a bit bigger. But on the whole
> the main advantage (in my view) is that you don't have to clutter the
> ui/preferences with stuff not used by all users. And you get modularization
> for free :)
> So bascilly if you have a feature that is pretty self sustainable or just
> One thing that is lacking right now is the abillity to interact more with
> On Tue, Feb 12, 2008 at 11:25 AM, wrex <wrex...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > what is the advantage to adding functionality in the form of a plugin
> > i was thinking of adding a bandwidth scheduler even though id probly
> > dave
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