[sylpheed:36114] R: Re: Development environment setup help

marcobresciani_1974 at libero.it marcobresciani_1974 at libero.it
Mon Jun 30 19:25:34 JST 2014


I'll try to do my best. I'm sure Linux is easier but I'm currently in the 
middle of moving to a new apartment and my Linux PC is inside some box 
somewhere in my garage... :)

Just another question. rikaichan and rikaikun plugins for Firefox and Chrome 
works in this way: activating the plugin and moving the mouse over the text, 
the plugin automagically selects a kanji or a Japanese word and presents the 
translation as popup (see picture http://www.polarcloud.com/rikaichan/ ).
  Do you think something similar is possible?

Other possible solutions? I was thinking something like: select the text, 
rightclick and a popup appears with the translation (using the  void (* 
textview_menu_popup) signal).


>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: hiro-y at kcn.ne.jp
>Data: 30/06/2014 12.07
>A: <sylpheed at sraoss.jp>
>Ogg: [sylpheed:36112] Re: Development environment setup help
>On Mon, 30 Jun 2014 11:22:47 +0200 (CEST)
>"marcobresciani_1974 at libero.it" <marcobresciani_1974 at libero.it> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>   I've just started to think creating a plugin for Sylpheed (something 
>> rikaichan for Firefox or rikaikun for Chrome), but I need some help to 
>> and prepare the development environment. I saw a Japanese page that seems 
>> explain it, but I can't find the English one.
>> Is there someone who could help me prepare the environment? I actually am 
>> a so smart developer (in C++) since I'm currently working with Java and 
>> and it's also been a while since I've programmed on Linux as well... but, 
>> anyway... please help. :)
>>   I currently have a Windows environment. Would that be a problem?
>It is easier to prepare the development environment for Sylpheed plugin
>in Linux (just install gcc and GTK+ development packages).
>It is also possible to develop in Windows, but it needs some work.
>- latest MinGW
>- GTK+ development files (libraries, header files)
>I have archived the development files needed for GTK+ development:
>(It is used since Sylpheed 3.5.0beta1)
>Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y at kcn.ne.jp>

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