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I cannot download Gobby 4.5 to Windows 2004--there is a message that I don't have the Gtk+ or Gtkmm (both of which I just installed). I rebooted but still get the same message. what to do?
To everyone having a problem like above, I found a fix: install, in this order, the GTK+ Runtime Environment (http://gladewin32.sourceforge.net/), the Gtkmm Runtime Environment (listed on http://gobby.0x539.de/trac/wiki/InstallationGuide), and THEN Gobby. If the Gobby installer is still giving you crap about the GTK and so on, MOVE THE INSTALLER. I have NO IDEA why that helps, but it does. Move it to another folder and execute it again.
Hi guys, first of all: good work...
But since I am often working together with friends at school stuff I would be happy to have a spell check integrated. (like this wiki) So the tool could get really nice to work at desks outside the IT sector...
Has there already been any thoughts about it?
Has there been any thoughts on adding Gecko-functionality to Gobby? (Gecko is Mozilla Firefox rendering engine) It would improve Gobby as a HTML/CSS editor tremendously.
armin: No, there haven't, and there will not be for the forseeable future, at least not from my side. Sorry. Integrating obby into your favourite (web) editor could be another possibility, though.
I've been looking for something like Gobby for a long, long time, and I love it. There is one feature I'd like to see on Sobby/Gobby, though. I'd like for the server to be able to handle multiple sessions. When connecting to the server (possibly password protected), the client would get a window with the active sessions and an option to create a new (named) session. This would increase the usability of the server a lot, as well as making it usable in organizations/communities as well as on single projects. Gobby acting as a server would, of course, still work as it does now.
I realise this is a major rethink, so I don't expect any quick response (or any response at all, should this not fit with the vision of the project), but if it is to be done, it's always better to do the rethinks before the code base gets too big. -- Troberg
I am trying to compile Gobby in Eclipse on Windows Xp but I have an error at the class test_document.java. I have followed the installation process but I do not succeed to find one solution. Someone can help me? Thanks
Who are the people behind Gobby? I'm asking because there's the possibility that we know each other but don't know it.
-- cracki (i used to be on cppforum.de, which is now shut down)
armin: I am not sure what you want to hear. However, I did not even know about cppforum.de.
I was wondering if an HTTP/AJAX client and bridging server for web browsers would have any merit... it'd be way better than a pastebin and easier for "drive-through" style support (see freenode programming channels).
armin: It probably would, but I don't have experience in AJAX programming and not enough time to do this myself. However, if anyone would like to try something in that direction, I would be glad answering questions concerning the obby protocol and/or architecture.
Is there a way to use sobby via xinetd? I was able to set it up otherwise, but the client disconnected after setting up TLS. --jm
armin: I did never try, but if you tell me what an application must do to support xinetd (if anything) we can see further.
phil: xinetd cannot work because it spawns a server instance per connection. Sobby is a daemon which needs to run persistently, instead of being invoked one time for every user.
Problem solved! All I had to do was to reinstall GTK+ win32 from http://gladewin32.sourceforge.net
Hi all, I hope this is the right place to post my request of help. I used gobby 0.4.3 on WindowsXP for a month with gtkmm-win32-runtime-2.10.7-1. After a while I upgraded my version of gaim to Pidgin 2.0 (an update of GTK was included). I don't know if is this exactly the problem but, by a few days Gobby doesn't work anymore! So I decided to uninstall GTKMM (runtime edition) and reinstall the new version gtkmm-win32-runtime-2.10.8-1. Nothing to do! The installer of Gobby says he can't find GTKmm. The same thing reinstalling gtkmm-win32-runtime-2.10.7-1. Has anyone idea of what can I do to return using Gobby? Thanks,
I was wondering if you were planning on adding in code folding? -comtuxaps_at_gmail.com
I love the program, good work! I'm not a huge fan of the new floating users / document windows though. Would you accept a patch that would make those optionally dock / float? -Aaron
Accidents never happen in a perfect world
Good to know it's not the engine. The fora are popular and also attrack spam, true. Could it be left on the internet-archive, probably? http://web.archive.org/web/*/darcs.0x539.de/* negative.
phil: Well, this single site seems to attract spammers. I would rather like to see it closed, than to see spam/unspam entries in the timeline. (Exactly those we did crush by deleting spammed revisions, but then we, i.e. I, hit the wrong button and deleted the page altogether.)
phil: Depends on your faith. We opted for nirvana as the location of choice (i.e. it was accidentally deleted while purging SPAM, and no, we haven't had any backups).
Unfortuneately we lost our old wiki-forum that had been working nicely. Questions and comments are in place here. I have no idea why a spamer could destroy it. All that was left is
Can this really be the first forum post? --SJ
Former edits (there have been many) were destroyed by spam, sorry.
Question to the admins: Has this wiki an incomplete history and if not, where is it for this page?