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Re: GNOME Panel Applet SSH Menu

by hossman (Prior)
on Jun 07, 2002 at 22:17 UTC ( #172688=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to GNOME Panel Applet SSH Menu

This may be a stupid question, but why did you need to write a special applet? Why not not just create a new menu using the gnome "menu editor" and bind it to a button?

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Re: GNOME Panel Applet SSH Menu
by grantm (Parson) on Jun 10, 2002 at 08:36 UTC
    No, that is a good question. I wanted one button on the panel that gave me a list of hosts. The panel would only let me add a button for a top-level menu and the menu editor would not allow me to create a new top-level menu (perhaps because I'm not root?). I could have done it using the favorites menu but it would have been at least one menu down.

    Of course another (possibly more accurate) answer is that I enjoy re-inventing wheels in Perl:-) I also wanted to take Perl-Gtk for a spin. The result is something that fits my requirement better than a generic menu would have. And it allows me to edit the menu with gvim - the one true editor.

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[shmem]: no, no previous, and python just accepts that.
[LanX]: HA ... fun! =)
[LanX]: Py2 or 3 ?
[shmem]: moment... lemme see...
[shmem]: Python 2.7.9
[shmem]: but! perl4 doesn't suck.
[LanX]: better try 3

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