Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Stephan Aßmus wrote: > > Second, I really love the idea to think of a Workspace as a > > container for a > > certain configuration of the physical screen(s). When multiple > > independant > > physical screens are supported, one Workspace will represent a > > certain > > setting of _all_ the screens. > Um, I think what I described in my previous mail is a bit clearer. > If > you put all that you said in Workspace, it will complicate code as > Workspace code will be needed somewhere in the DisplayDriver to know > where to draw lines and rects. Actually, I am not sure if I understand or see the difference between both descriptions? [...] > DW just released proto7. We did what we could on the server and I'm > very > glad we pulled this up. There were *a lot* of changes. We frequently > changed the design to accommodate the needs for that particular > moment. > That's why there are a lot of friends in app_server classes. I know > the > time for a cleanup was near because ATM almost all requirements are > known and app_server is at a point when it really does something > useful. Oh yes it is, finally! :-) > > Everyone > > having come to the team had this first impression. The code > > containing so > > many errors is just proof of it. Please, I don't mean to hurt > > anyones > > feelings. > No you don't. For me this is the first big project that I attend > on. I > learned *A LOT* during this time, and I know I have more to learn. > Hack, > I'm only 24, you and Axel are 28+, it's clear you guys know more. ;-) Stephan, you're really that old already? :-)) But 24 really isn't that far away - I think I was around that age when I joined this project... a long time ago. BTW Adi, I'm sorry when I was too harsh with you a couple of mails ago - I was just very annoyed by this "I need a test case" when I just gave you one. I didn't want to hurt your feelings either, I just wanted to make you think about the other side of things. Bye, Axel.