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Maintainers
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Jasper Huijsmans <jasper@xfce.org>
Nick Schermer <nick@xfce.org>

Contributors
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Olivier Fourdan
Benedikt Meurer
Brian Tarricone
Jean-Francois Wauthy
Danny Milosavljevic
Daichi Kawahata
Jens Luedicke
Edscott Wilson Garcia
Francois Le Clainche
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Pasi Orovuo
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Patrick Bores
Olivier Bolzer
Bernhard Walle
Michael Mosier

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Bug tracking system
===================

To report bugs or file feature requests for xfce4-panel, please
use the Xfce bugzilla at http://bugzilla.xfce.org/. The category
is Xfce, product Xfce4-panel.
Before reporting the bug, please search the bug tracker, to make
sure it wasn't reported already before.


Patches
=======

Please submit patches to the Xfce bug tracking system or use the
xfce4-dev mailinglists.

Please send a patch againts a recent version of xfce4-panel. Patches
against the Git master branch are most preferable. You can always
access the master branch from

http://git.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-panel/

or using an installed Git client

git clone git://git.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-panel


Coding Style
============

- Always expand tabs, so the code is not dependent from a gives tab
setting.
- Braces are on a new line. For one-line if statements braces may be omitted.
- Return type of function definitions on a separate line.
- Function arguments on separate lines with the same alignment rules as
variable declarations.
- Use 3 empty lines between functions.
- Variable declarations are aligned on the variable name. Short variable
declarations may be combined. Example:

static gboolean
example_function (GtkWidget *widget,
Panel *panel,
gint value)
{
XfceHandleType type;
const gchar *string;
gint important_value;
gint i, n, x, y;
/* ... */
}

- In header files and for static prototypes, you may align functions names as
well as arguments. No need to limit the line length. Example:

static gboolean xfce_panel_long_name_for_example_function (GtkWidget *widget,
Panel *panel,
gint value);
static void example_function_2 (Panel *panel,
const gchar *value);
- Write ChangeLog entries.


ChangeLogs
==========

We use the logs produced by git.


Misc
====
- If you have Git access it is ok to commit trivial changes directly, but
please send a patch to the mailing list for discussion for any non-trivial
or non-obvious changes.
- As an exception to the rule above, if you are managing an Xfce release, feel
free to do anything you need to achieve that goal.
- Managing the po/ directory, including the ChangeLog found there is left
completely in the hands of the Xfce Translation Team.

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# $Id$

SUBDIRS = \
config \
icons \
libxfce4panel \
panel \
plugins \
settings \
po \
docs

distclean-local:
rm -rf *.spec *.cache *~ intltool-update-tmp

rpm: dist
rpmbuild -ta $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz
@rm -f $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz

html:
make -C docs html

.PHONY: ChangeLog

ChangeLog: Makefile
(GIT_DIR=$(top_srcdir)/.git git log > .changelog.tmp \
&& mv .changelog.tmp ChangeLog; rm -f .changelog.tmp) \
|| (touch ChangeLog; echo 'Git directory not found: installing possibly empty changelog.' >&2)

dist-hook: ChangeLog

EXTRA_DIST = \
README \
COPYING \
COPYING.LIB \
HACKING \
INSTALL \
xfce4-panel.spec.in \
intltool-extract.in \
intltool-merge.in \
intltool-update.in

DISTCLEANFILES = \
xfce4-panel.spec \
intltool-extract \
intltool-merge \
intltool-update

DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS = \
--enable-gtk-doc

# vi:set ts=8 sw=8 noet ai nocindent syntax=automake:

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4.6.2
=====
- Properly set orientation of tasklist handler (bug #5222).

4.6.1
=====
- Migrate launcher category icons from 4.4 panels (bug #5067).
- Fix compilation with -Wl,--as-needed (bug #5103).
- Don't crash when the quit action button is pressed (bug #5118).
- Properly set the systray orientation property (bug #5149).
- Fix xfce-hvbox not working with gtk 2.16 (bug #5166).
- Don't crash the launcher plugin when the launcher entry list is empty.
- Add icon-name fallback to the show desktop plugin (bug #5117).
- Disconnect the icon theme changed signal from a launcher when it
is destroyed to avoid crash when the icon theme changes.
- Fix drawing dots mode of the seperator plugin in a vertical panel (bug #5162).
- Fix a possible crash when setting the session restart style on an
uninitialized client session.
- A whole bunch of translation updated (pl, es, pt, ja, es, gl, nb, pt_PT).


4.6.0
======
- Block panel autohide if the widget is grabbed (bug #4597).
- Fix dragging to launcher submenu items (bug #4026).
- Send the event time with startup notification instead
of zero, so focus stealing works properly.
- Set the foreground color of the lcd clock (bug #4923).
- Don't escape the command when dropping a .desktop file in the
launcher dialog (bug #4818).


4.5.99.1
========
- Fixed extern char** environ is not defined on BSD platforms (bug #4834).


4.5.93
======
- Cache tooltip icons. Since gtk queries it a lot, resulting in too many
open()'s for loading the pixbuf (bug #4614).
- Rebuild the plugin if the properties dialog is cancelled (bug #4612).
- Set DISPLAY variable so the launcher launches on the correct screen
(bug #4654 and #4693)).
- Add missing functions in the symbols file (bug #4700).
- Added a libxfce4panel.h header that includes all other headers for
plugin writers.
- Use -V for version information.
- Fix broken actions button when the panel orientation is changed (bug #4544).
- Fix a lot of compiler warnings with -Werror.
- Make all the labels mnemonic when possible.
- Lot of dialog tweaks when it comes to strings and spacing.
- New xfce4-panel icons.
- Use a location selector for the launcher dialog's working directory.
- Rename Pager to Workspace Switcher and Systray to Notification Area.


4.5.92
======
- Remove signal disconnect left after the patch of bug #4474.
- Fix xrandr problem so it's possible to change the panel's
monitor after a monitor has been removed (bug #3620).
- Panel does not adhere to 'fullwidth' property when using
vertical orientation after restarting (bug #4456).
- Implement SmRestartImmediately (bug #4516).
- Reverse the order of the launcher menu when the panel is on
the top of the screen (bug #4450).
- Don't spawn zombies (bug #4490).
- Quote commands in the launcher when selecting an application
(bug #4507, bug #4549).
- Restore panel workspace names after panel restart (bug #4589).
- Update the tooltip of the clock when it is visible.


4.5.91
======
- Remove MCS plugin, MCS is deprecated.
- Use changed signal on GtkIconTheme for theme changes (bug #4474).
- Fix crach when removing a panel (bug #4401).
- Fix glib 2.14 dependency (bug #4376).


4.5.90
======
- This fixes bug #4401 (xfce4-panel halted when a panel was removed)
- Fix window manager hints reporting width 1 pixel too wide (bug #3402).
(Jasper)
- Make itembar not care about expanded items when panel is not full width.
(Jasper)
- Separator can have different styles: space, expanded space, line (default),
handle and old-style dotted handle. Initial patch by Landry Breuil. (Jasper)
- Complete rewrite of the clock plugin. (Nick)
- Rewrite of the system tray plugin. This should fix the icon size problems
(Bugs 3213, 3176, 962, 3478 and 3417), add option to hide icons in the
tray, sort icons by application name and support multiple lines based on the
panel size. The tray manager code is now integrated in the plugin, so it
can be removed from libxfcegui4. (Nick)
- Fix area that is off-limits to other windows (_NET_WM_STRUT hints) for a
Xinerama setup with differently sized monitors (Bug #3097). (Jasper)
- Completely rewritten launcher (Bugs 2336, 2365, 1323, 2262 and 1225)
- Various improvements in libxfce4panel (memory leaks, G_GNUC_INTERNAL,
GSList, visibility support, canonical strings and fixed pedantic warnings).
- Libxfce4panel does no longer depend on libxfcegui4. This might cause
some problems with plugins. Plugin developers should add libxfcegui4
to the dependencies of their package (including cflags and libadd in
the makefiles).
- Some new Tango icons.


4.3.99.3 (4.4-RC3)
==================
- Update or add blinking for urgent windows in taslist, windowlist and iconbox.
(Jasper)
- Move test plugin to Xfce Goodies. (Nick)
- Several fixes for (re)sizing and positioning behavior. (Jasper)
- Lots of small fixes and polish. (Jasper, Nick, Olivier, Benedikt)
- Update manual. (Jasper)
- Many translation updates. (Xfce Translation Team)


4.3.99.2 (4.4-RC2)
==================
- Adjust the plugin system to improve support for other platforms
(read: windows). (Jasper, Olivier)
- Many small fixes. (Jasper, Nick, Olivier, Jean-Francois)
- Translation updates. (Xfce Translation Team)


4.3.99.1 (4.4-RC1)
==================
- Add helper utility to open windowlist, useful for keyboard shortcuts.
Patch by Darren Salt. (Jasper)
- Create dummy scripts for obsolete xftaskbar4 and xfce4-iconbox.
- Change unix signal handling to use a pipe with an io watch, instead
of a timeout. (Jasper)
- Add search box to new item dialog. Patch by Benedikt. (Jasper)
- Fixes and improvements to memory management, and timeout handling.
(Nick, Jasper)
- Translation updates. (Xfce Translation Team)


4.3.x (changes from 4.2.x)
==========================
- Major rewrite of the panel
- New plugin API supporting out-of-process plugins
- Support for multiple panels
- Xinerama and multi-head support


4.1.99.3 (4.2-RC3)
==================
- Fix type mismatch when writing backup files. Fixes infinite loop on non-x86.
Patch by Michele Baldessari <michele@pupazzo.org> (Jasper)
- Fix edge snapping for very big panels (Jasper)
- Properly setting dock type hint (Olivier)
- Translation updates (Jean-Francois)


4.1.99.2 (4.2-RC2)
==================
- Increase plugin API version. Plugins build against a panel older than RC1
need to be rebuild (Jasper)
- Fix two bugs in the graphical pager (Jasper, Olivier)
- Prevent resizing during panel unhide (Jasper)
- Translation updates (Jean-Francois)


4.1.99.1 (4.2 RC1)
==================
- Updated documentation screenshots (Jasper)
- Fix POP3 mail checking, patch by Piotr Chmura (Jasper)
- Make transparency configurable with a 'hidden' option (Jasper)
- Increase API version, but still support old plugins (Jasper)
- Use new gtk 2.4 file chooser (Jasper)
- Improve focus management (in combination with xfwm4) by setting the dock
type hint. Panel will now always be on top; the option is gone.
(Olivier, Jasper)
- Transparency is always on, but toggled off when the mouse is over the panel
(Jasper)


4.1.91 (4.2 BETA2)
==================
- Several translation updates (Jean-Francois)
- Some autohide fixes with open dialogs (Jasper)
- Fix multihead support (Jasper)
- Translucent panel when set on top. Needs xfwm4 with composite support
and XOrg >= 6.8.0 with composite extension enabled. (Olivier)


4.1.90 (4.2 BETA1)
==================
- Use basedir spec to locate config file. (Jasper)
- Rename xfce4rc to contents.xml. (Jasper)
- Change the fallback (default) icons to the ones from the Rodent theme
by Francois, very pretty. (Jasper)
- Add support for new KIOSK mode. Much better than env variables. (Benedikt)
- Fix autohide and right-click menu interaction. (Jasper)
- Icon theme support : no more panel-specific themes, the panel will now
follow the icon theme set in the user interface dialog. (Jasper)
- Set partial struts (Jasper)
- Add multihead support. The user needs to set DISPLAY properly to start a
new panel on another screen. (Jasper)
- Update list of module list when opening dialog: remove uninstalled modules
(when not in use) and add newly installed ones. Based on idea of Scott
Barron. (Jasper)
- Use a dialog to add items to the panel, instead of a submenu. (Jasper)
- Reduce handle width to show only one line of dots. (Jasper)
- Split out the code for choosing a command and choosing an icon from
item_dialog.c. to make it available for use in other dialogs (plugins).
The mailcheck plugin makes use of it and of course the launcher dialog.
(Jasper)
- Implement module unloading. Add uniqueness setting to plugins. (Jasper)
- Add pop3 email checking: Use 'pop3://username:password@host' as mailbox.
(Olivier)
- Properly update arrow direction. Use this info to position the menus.
Much better. (Jasper)
- Add xrandr awareness. (Jasper)
- Add xinerama aware smart positioning. (Jasper)

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What is it?
===========

'xfce4-panel' is the panel of the Xfce Desktop Environment. It is no longer
modeled after the CDE panel like the first versions of xfce.
This version is based on GTK+ and should have all the advantages that come
with this toolkit (see http://www.gtk.org).

The panel provides program lauchers with, optionally, non-hierarchical menus
(easier to read at a glance), and several panel 'plugins' like a clock and a
pager. Additional plugins may be installed separately.


Installation
============

The file 'INSTALL' contains generic installation instructions.


Plugins
=======

Starting from version 4.4, the Xfce Panel support two types of plugins:
* Internal plugins. These are loadable modules, using the gmodule interface.
* External plugins. These are separate programs that are embedded into the
panel using the GtkPlug/GtkSocket mechanism.

For more information about the panel plugins framework, you can read the API
documentation (http://www.xfce.org/documentation/4.4/api/libxfce4panel/) or
the panel plugins how to (http://wiki.xfce.org/panel_plugins_howto).


KIOSK mode
==========

The Xfce Panel supports the KIOSK mode introduced with libxfce4util 4.1.13.
It provides the following KIOSK capabilities:

CustomizePanel: Only users with this capability will be allowed to customize
their panel (add panel plugins, configure panel plugins, add launchers, etc.).
This is similar to setting the environment va- riable XFCE_DISABLE_USER_CONFIG
with the old panel.

So a sample xfce4-panel section in your kioskrc might look like this:

<-- start snip -->
[xfce4-panel]
CustomizePanel=%powerusers,foo
<-- end snip -->

This allows only users in the group powerusers and the user foo to customize
their panels.


How to report bugs?
===================

Bugs should be reported to the Xfce bug tracking system:
(http://bugzilla.xfce.org, product Xfce, component xfce4-panel).

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General
=======
* Improve the code layout, so it is consistent and easy to read. We should also
add more comments inside functions. (Nick & Jasper)

Launcher
========
* Finish the orientation code. I have no idea what to do here, because we
have no solution for the customizable arrow direction yet. (Nick)
* We also need a good way to popup the launcher menu when we drag over the
button. (Nick)
Panel
=====
* Re-evaluate interfaces. Make sure not too much implementation detail is
visible between separate parts of the panel.


Libxfce4panel
=============
* In xfce-panel-plugin-iface we use g_object_{get,set} all over the place,
this should be changed to reduce the number of relocations.
* Create some macros for common used code in plugins. This should make writing
consistent plugins easier.


Tasklist
========
* We're going to rewrite the tasklist, see bug #2680 for more information. (Nick)


--- End of sane plans ---

Blue Sky
========

* Transparency. The way cairo is integrated into gtk means we will need to
write our own widgets for panel plugins, because every widget with a window
needs to handle this separately :( See
http://www.loculus.nl/xfce/files/panel-cairo-20070125.patch for a quick
hack.
It would be much nicer if transparency were a style property, configurable
by a gtkrc file, but I don't think that will happen any time soon...



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#!/bin/sh
#
# Copyright (c) 2002-2009
# The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.
#
# Written for Xfce by Benedikt Meurer <benny@xfce.org>.
#

(type xdt-autogen) >/dev/null 2>&1 || {
cat >&2 <<EOF
autogen.sh: You don't seem to have the Xfce development tools installed on
your system, which are required to build this software.
Please install the xfce4-dev-tools package first, it is available
from http://www.xfce.org/.
EOF
exit 1
}

# portability for awk
awk_tests="gawk mawk nawk awk"
if test -z "$AWK"; then
for a in $awk_tests; do
if type $a >/dev/null 2>&1; then
AWK=$a
break
fi
done
else
if ! type $AWK >/dev/null 2>/dev/null; then
unset AWK
fi
fi
if test -z "$AWK"; then
echo "autogen.sh: The 'awk' program (one of $awk_tests) is" >&2
echo " required, but cannot be found." >&2
exit 1
fi

# substitute revision
if test -d .git/svn; then
revision=`git svn find-rev trunk 2>/dev/null ||
git svn find-rev origin/trunk 2>/dev/null ||
git svn find-rev HEAD 2>/dev/null ||
git svn find-rev master 2>/dev/null`
elif test -d .git; then
revision=`git rev-parse --short HEAD`
elif test -d .svn; then
revision=`LC_ALL=C svn info $0 | $AWK '/^Revision: / {printf "%05d\n", $2}'`
fi
if test "x$revision" = "x"; then
revision="UNKNOWN"
fi

# substitute the linguas
linguas=`cd "po" 2>/dev/null && ls *.po 2>/dev/null | $AWK 'BEGIN { FS="."; ORS=" " } { print $1 }'`
if test "x$linguas" = "x"; then
echo "autogen.sh: No po files were found, aborting." >&2
exit 1
fi

# create configure.in
sed -e "s/@LINGUAS@/${linguas}/g" \
-e "s/@REVISION@/${revision}/g" \
< "configure.in.in" > "configure.in"

xdt-autogen $@

# xdt-autogen clean does not remove all generated files
(test x"clean" = x"$1") && {
rm -f configure.in
rm -f INSTALL
} || true
# vi:set ts=2 sw=2 et ai:

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# $Id$

confdir = \
$(sysconfdir)/xdg/xfce4/panel

conf_in_files = \
launcher-7.rc.in \
launcher-8.rc.in \
launcher-9.rc.in \
launcher-10.rc.in

conf_files = \
$(conf_in_files:.rc.in=.rc)

conf_DATA = \
panels.xml \
systray-4.rc \
xfce4-menu-5.rc \
clock-14.rc \
$(conf_files)

# copied from INTLTOOL_DESKTOP_RULE
%.rc: %.rc.in $(INTLTOOL_MERGE) $(wildcard $(top_srcdir)/po/*.po) ; LC_ALL=C $(INTLTOOL_MERGE) -d -u -c $(top_builddir)/po/.intltool-merge-cache $(top_srcdir)/po $< $@

EXTRA_DIST = \
panels.xml \
systray-4.rc \
xfce4-menu-5.rc \
clock-14.rc \
$(conf_in_files)

distclean-local:
rm -f $(conf_files)

# vi:set ts=8 sw=8 noet ai nocindent syntax=automake:

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config/clock-14.rc View File

@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
DigitalFormat=%R
TooltipFormat=%A %d %B %Y
ClockType=2
ShowFrame=false
ShowSeconds=false
ShowMilitary=true
ShowMeridiem=false
TrueBinary=false
FlashSeparators=false


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config/launcher-10.rc.in View File

@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
[Global]
MoveFirst=false

[Entry 0]
_Name=Web Browser
_Comment=Surf the internet
Icon=web-browser
Exec=exo-open --launch WebBrowser
Terminal=false
StartupNotify=false


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config/launcher-7.rc.in View File

@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
[Global]
MoveFirst=false

[Entry 0]
_Name=Command Prompt
_Comment=X terminal emulator
Icon=utilities-terminal
Exec=exo-open --launch TerminalEmulator
Terminal=false
StartupNotify=true

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config/launcher-8.rc.in View File

@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
[Global]
MoveFirst=false

[Entry 0]
_Name=Editor
_Comment=Edit text files
Icon=accessories-text-editor
Exec=mousepad
Terminal=false
StartupNotify=true


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config/launcher-9.rc.in View File

@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
[Global]
MoveFirst=false

[Entry 0]
_Name=File Manager
_Comment=Manage files and folders
Icon=Thunar
Exec=thunar
Terminal=false
StartupNotify=true


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@@ -1,34 +0,0 @@
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE config SYSTEM "config.dtd">
<panels>
<panel>
<properties>
<property name="size" value="28"/>
<property name="monitor" value="0"/>
<property name="screen-position" value="11"/>
<property name="fullwidth" value="1"/>
<property name="xoffset" value="0"/>
<property name="yoffset" value="0"/>
<property name="handlestyle" value="0"/>
<property name="autohide" value="0"/>
<property name="transparency" value="20"/>
<property name="activetrans" value="0"/>
</properties>
<items>
<item name="xfce4-menu" id="5"/>
<item name="separator" id="6"/>
<item name="launcher" id="7"/>
<item name="launcher" id="8"/>
<item name="launcher" id="9"/>
<item name="launcher" id="10"/>
<item name="tasklist" id="3"/>
<item name="systray" id="4"/>
<item name="pager" id="2"/>
<item name="showdesktop" id="1"/>
<item name="separator" id="11"/>
<item name="clock" id="14"/>
<item name="separator" id="13"/>
<item name="actions" id="12"/>
</items>
</panel>
</panels>

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config/systray-4.rc View File

@@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
[Global]
ShowFrame=false


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- 2
config/xfce4-menu-5.rc View File

@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
use_default_menu=true
show_button_title=false

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configure.in.in View File

@@ -1,296 +0,0 @@
dnl $Id$
dnl
dnl Copyright (c) 2004-2006
dnl The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.
dnl
dnl 2005-2007 Jasper Huijsmans <jasper@xfce.org>
dnl 2006-2007 Nick Schermer <nick@xfce.org>
dnl

dnl ***************************
dnl *** Version information ***
dnl ***************************
m4_define([libxfce4panel_verinfo], [2:2:1])
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version_major], [4])
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version_minor], [6])
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version_micro], [1])
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version_nano], []) dnl leave this empty to have no nano version
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version_build], [@REVISION@])
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version_tag], [git])
m4_define([xfce4_panel_version], [xfce4_panel_version_major().xfce4_panel_version_minor().xfce4_panel_version_micro()ifelse(xfce4_panel_version_nano(), [], [], [.xfce4_panel_version_nano()])ifelse(xfce4_panel_version_tag(), [git], [xfce4_panel_version_tag()-xfce4_panel_version_build()], [xfce4_panel_version_tag()])])

dnl *******************************************
dnl *** Debugging support for GIT snapshots ***
dnl *******************************************
m4_define([panel_debug_default], [ifelse(xfce4_panel_version_tag(), [git], [yes], [minimum])])

dnl ***************************
dnl *** Initialize autoconf ***
dnl ***************************
AC_COPYRIGHT([Copyright (c) 2002-2009
The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.

Written for Xfce by Jasper Huijsmans <jasper@xfce.org>.])
AC_INIT([xfce4-panel], [xfce4_panel_version], [http://bugzilla.xfce.org/], [xfce4-panel])
AC_PREREQ([2.50])
AC_REVISION([$Id$])

dnl ***************************
dnl *** Initialize automake ***
dnl ***************************
AM_CONFIG_HEADER([config.h])
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([1.8 dist-bzip2 tar-ustar])
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE()

dnl *******************************
dnl *** Check for UNIX variants ***
dnl *******************************
AC_AIX()
AC_ISC_POSIX()
AC_MINIX()
AM_CONDITIONAL([HAVE_CYGWIN], [test "`uname | grep \"CYGWIN\"`" != ""])

dnl ********************************
dnl *** Check for basic programs ***
dnl ********************************
AC_PROG_CC()
AC_PROG_LD()
AC_PROG_INSTALL()
AC_PROG_INTLTOOL()
AC_CHECK_PROGS([PERL], [perl5 perl])

dnl **************************
dnl *** Initialize libtool ***
dnl **************************
AC_DISABLE_STATIC()
AC_PROG_LIBTOOL()

dnl ****************************
dnl *** Intltool-update hack ***
dnl ****************************
AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([intltool-update],
[(sed -e 's/^\("desktop.*".*\)/\1\n"rc(?:\\\\.in)+|"\./' intltool-update > intltool-update-tmp &&
mv intltool-update-tmp intltool-update && chmod 755 intltool-update)])

dnl **************************************
dnl *** Substitute version information ***
dnl **************************************
LIBXFCE4PANEL_VERINFO=libxfce4panel_verinfo()
AC_SUBST([LIBXFCE4PANEL_VERINFO])

dnl **********************************
dnl *** Check for standard headers ***
dnl **********************************
AC_HEADER_STDC()
AC_CHECK_HEADERS([stdlib.h unistd.h locale.h stdio.h fcntl.h errno.h \
math.h signal.h stddef.h sys/wait.h sys/stat.h \
sys/type.h sys/types.h sys/mman.h sys/wait.h time.h \
string.h features.h])

dnl ************************************
dnl *** Check for standard functions ***
dnl ************************************
AC_FUNC_MMAP()
AC_CHECK_FUNCS([sigaction localtime_r])

dnl ******************************
dnl *** Check for i18n support ***
dnl ******************************
XDT_I18N([@LINGUAS@])

dnl *******************************
dnl *** Check for X11 installed ***
dnl *******************************
XDT_CHECK_LIBX11_REQUIRE()
XDT_CHECK_LIBSM()

dnl ***********************************
dnl *** Check for required packages ***
dnl ***********************************
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([LIBXFCE4UTIL], [libxfce4util-1.0], [4.6.0])
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([GTK], [gtk+-2.0], [2.10.0])
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([GTHREAD], [gthread-2.0], [2.12.0])
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([GMODULE], [gmodule-2.0], [2.12.0])
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([LIBXFCEGUI4], [libxfcegui4-1.0], [4.6.0])
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([LIBEXO], [exo-0.3], [0.3.100], [],
[XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([LIBEXO], [exo-1], [0.5.0])])
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([CAIRO], [cairo], [1.0.0])

dnl **********************
dnl *** Check for wnck ***
dnl **********************
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([LIBWNCK], [libwnck-1.0], [2.20],
[
AC_DEFINE([HAVE_WNCK_TWO_POINT_TWENTY], [1], [Use 2.20 API])
],
[
XDT_CHECK_PACKAGE([LIBWNCK], [libwnck-1.0], [2.12])
])

dnl ***********************************
dnl *** Check for optional packages ***
dnl ***********************************
XDT_CHECK_OPTIONAL_PACKAGE([LIBSTARTUP_NOTIFICATION],
[libstartup-notification-1.0],
[0.5], [startup-notification],
[startup notification library], [yes])


dnl *************************
dnl *** Check for gtk-doc ***
dnl *************************
GTK_DOC_CHECK([1.0])

dnl *************************************
dnl *** Disable deprecated components ***
dnl *************************************
AC_DEFINE([XFCE_DISABLE_DEPRECATED], [1], [Define to 1 to disable deprecated Xfce components])
AC_DEFINE([G_DISABLE_DEPRECATED], [1], [Define to 1 to disable deprecated Glib components])

dnl ***********************************
dnl *** Check for debugging support ***
dnl ***********************************
AC_ARG_ENABLE([debug],
AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-debug=@<:@no/minimum/yes/full@:>@], [Turn on debugging @<:@default=panel_debug_default@:>@]),
[], [enable_debug=panel_debug_default])
AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable debugging support])
if test x"$enable_debug" = x"full" -o x"$enable_debug" = x"yes"; then
dnl Print the result
AC_MSG_RESULT([$enable_debug])

dnl Make sure we detect possible errors (if supported)
save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -Wall -Werror"
AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether $CC accepts -Wall -Werror])
AC_COMPILE_IFELSE(AC_LANG_SOURCE([int x;]), [
AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
PLATFORM_CFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CFLAGS -Wall -Werror"
], [
AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
])
CFLAGS="$save_CFLAGS"

dnl Paranoia for --enable-debug=full
if test x"$enable_debug" = x"full"; then
dnl Enable extensive debugging
PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS -DG_ENABLE_DEBUG"

dnl Use -O0 -g3 if the compiler supports it
save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -O0 -g3"
AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether $CC accepts -O0 -g3])
AC_COMPILE_IFELSE(AC_LANG_SOURCE([int x;]), [
AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
PLATFORM_CFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CFLAGS -O0 -g3"
], [
AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
])
CFLAGS="$save_CFLAGS"
fi
else
dnl Print the result
AC_MSG_RESULT([$enable_debug])

dnl Disable debugging (release build)
PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS -DNDEBUG"

dnl Disable object cast checks
PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS -DG_DISABLE_CAST_CHECKS"

dnl Disable all checks for --enable-debug=no
if test x"$enable_debug" = x"no"; then
PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS -DG_DISABLE_ASSERT -DG_DISABLE_CHECKS"
fi
fi

dnl ****************************************
dnl *** Check for ELF visibility support ***
dnl ****************************************
AC_ARG_ENABLE([visibility], AC_HELP_STRING([--disable-visibility], [Do not use ELF visibility attributes]), [], [enable_visibility=yes])
have_gnuc_visibility=no
if test x"$enable_visibility" != x"no"; then
dnl Check whether the compiler supports the visibility attribute
save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -Wall -Werror"
AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether $CC supports the GNUC visibility attribute])
AC_COMPILE_IFELSE(AC_LANG_SOURCE(
[
void __attribute__ ((visibility("default"))) test_default (void) {}
void __attribute__ ((visibility("hidden"))) test_hidden (void) {}
int main (int argc, char **argv) { test_default (); test_hidden (); return 0; }
]),
[
have_gnuc_visibility=yes
AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
],
[
AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
])
CFLAGS="$save_CFLAGS"
fi
if test x"$have_gnuc_visibility" = x"yes"; then
PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS="$PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS -DHAVE_GNUC_VISIBILITY"
fi
AM_CONDITIONAL([HAVE_GNUC_VISIBILITY], [test x"$have_gnuc_visibility" = x"yes"])

dnl *********************************
dnl *** Substitute platform flags ***
dnl *********************************
AC_MSG_CHECKING([PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS])
AC_MSG_RESULT([$PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS])
AC_SUBST([PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS])
AC_MSG_CHECKING([PLATFORM_CFLAGS])
AC_MSG_RESULT([$PLATFORM_CFLAGS])
AC_SUBST([PLATFORM_CFLAGS])
AC_MSG_CHECKING([PLATFORM_LDFLAGS])
AC_MSG_RESULT([$PLATFORM_LDFLAGS])
AC_SUBST([PLATFORM_LDFLAGS])

AC_OUTPUT([
xfce4-panel.spec
Makefile
config/Makefile
icons/Makefile
icons/16x16/Makefile
icons/22x22/Makefile
icons/24x24/Makefile
icons/32x32/Makefile
icons/48x48/Makefile
libxfce4panel/Makefile
libxfce4panel/libxfce4panel-1.0.pc
panel/Makefile
plugins/actions/Makefile
plugins/clock/Makefile
plugins/iconbox/Makefile
plugins/launcher/Makefile
plugins/Makefile
plugins/pager/Makefile
plugins/separator/Makefile
plugins/showdesktop/Makefile
plugins/systray/Makefile
plugins/tasklist/Makefile
plugins/windowlist/Makefile
settings/Makefile
po/Makefile.in
docs/Makefile
docs/API/Makefile
docs/API/version.xml
docs/manual/Makefile
docs/manual/C/Makefile
docs/manual/C/images/Makefile
])

dnl ***************************
dnl *** Print configuration ***
dnl ***************************
echo
echo "Build Configuration:"
echo
if test x"$LIBSTARTUP_NOTIFICATION_FOUND" = x"yes"; then
echo "* Startup Notification: yes"
else
echo "* Startup Notification: no"
fi
echo "* Debugging Support: $enable_debug"
echo "* Dummy Scripts: $enable_dummy_scripts"
echo

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# $Id$

AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = 1.8

# The name of the module.
DOC_MODULE=libxfce4panel

# The top-level SGML file.
DOC_MAIN_SGML_FILE=$(DOC_MODULE)-docs.sgml

# The directory containing the source code. Relative to $(srcdir)
DOC_SOURCE_DIR=../../libxfce4panel

# Extra options to pass to gtkdoc-scangobj
SCANGOBJ_OPTIONS=

# Extra options to supply to gtkdoc-scan
SCAN_OPTIONS=--type-init-func="gtk_type_init(0);g_type_class_ref(G_TYPE_OBJECT)"

# Extra options to supply to gtkdoc-mkdb
MKDB_OPTIONS=--sgml-mode --output-format=xml

# Extra options to supply to gtkdoc-fixref
FIXXREF_OPTIONS=

# Used for dependencies
HFILE_GLOB=$(top_srcdir)/libxfce4panel/*.h
CFILE_GLOB=$(top_srcdir)/libxfce4panel/*.c

# Header files to ignore when scanning.
IGNORE_HFILES= \
xfce-marshal.h \
xfce-panel-external-item.h \
xfce-panel-item-iface.h \
xfce-panel-plugin-iface-private.h \
xfce-panel-plugin-messages.h

# Images to copy into HTML directory.
HTML_IMAGES=

# Extra SGML files that are included by $(DOC_MAIN_SGML_FILE).
content_files= \
version.xml

# CFLAGS and LDFLAGS for compiling scan program. Only needed
# if $(DOC_MODULE).types is non-empty.
INCLUDES= \
-I$(top_srcdir) \
-I$(top_builddir) \
$(LIBXFCEGUI4_CFLAGS)

GTKDOC_LIBS= \
$(top_builddir)/libxfce4panel/libxfce4panel.la \
$(LIBXFCEGUI4_LIBS)

# This includes the standard gtk-doc make rules, copied by gtkdocize.
include $(top_srcdir)/gtk-doc.make

# Other files to distribute
EXTRA_DIST += \
version.xml.in

# required for gtk-doc
dist-hook: all

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@@ -1,78 +0,0 @@
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN"
"http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd" [

<!ENTITY XfcePanelMacros SYSTEM "xml/libxfce4panel-macros.xml">
<!ENTITY StandardEnumerations SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-enums.xml">
<!ENTITY RegisterPanelPlugin SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-plugin.xml">
<!ENTITY XfcePanelPlugin SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-plugin-iface.xml">
<!ENTITY XfceExternalPanelPlugin SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-external-plugin.xml">
<!ENTITY XfceInternalPanelPlugin SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-internal-plugin.xml">
<!ENTITY XfceHVBox SYSTEM "xml/xfce-hvbox.xml">
<!ENTITY XfceArrowButton SYSTEM "xml/xfce-arrow-button.xml">
<!ENTITY XfcePanelWindow SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-window.xml">
<!ENTITY XfceItembar SYSTEM "xml/xfce-itembar.xml">
<!ENTITY PanelConvenience SYSTEM "xml/xfce-panel-convenience.xml">

<!ENTITY version SYSTEM "version.xml">
<!ENTITY date "July 2007">
]>

<book id="index">
<bookinfo>
<title>Libxfce4panel Reference Manual</title>
<releaseinfo>Version &version;</releaseinfo>
<pubdate>&date;</pubdate>

<copyright>
<year>2006</year>
<year>2007</year>
<holder>Jasper Huijsmans</holder>
<holder>Nick Schermer</holder>
</copyright>

<legalnotice id="legalnotice">
<para>
Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or
any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no
Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover
Texts. The complete license text is available from the <ulink
type="http" url="http://www.gnu.org/">Free Software Foundation</ulink>.
</para>
</legalnotice>
</bookinfo>

<chapter id="libxfce4panel-fundamentals">
<title>Fundamentals</title>

&XfcePanelMacros;
&StandardEnumerations;
</chapter>

<chapter id="libxfce4panel-panel">
<title>Panel Plugins</title>

&RegisterPanelPlugin;
&XfcePanelPlugin;
&XfceExternalPanelPlugin;
&XfceInternalPanelPlugin;
</chapter>

<chapter id="libxfce4panel-widgets">
<title>Widgets</title>

&XfceArrowButton;
&XfceHVBox;
&XfceItembar;
&XfcePanelWindow;
&PanelConvenience;
</chapter>

<index>
<title>Index</title>
</index>
<index role="4.5">
<title>Index of new symbols in 4.5</title>
</index>
</book>

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<INCLUDE>libxfce4panel/libxfce4panel.h</INCLUDE>

<SECTION>
<FILE>libxfce4panel-macros</FILE>
<TITLE>Common macros</TITLE>
panel_slice_alloc
panel_slice_alloc0
panel_slice_free
panel_slice_free1
panel_slice_new
panel_slice_new0
PANEL_PARAM_READABLE
PANEL_PARAM_READWRITE
PANEL_PARAM_WRITABLE
I_
</SECTION>

<SECTION>
<FILE>xfce-panel-enums</FILE>
<TITLE>Standard Enumerations</TITLE>
XfceScreenPosition
xfce_screen_position_is_horizontal
xfce_screen_position_get_orientation
xfce_screen_position_is_floating
xfce_screen_position_is_top
xfce_screen_position_is_left
xfce_screen_position_is_right
xfce_screen_position_is_bottom
XfceHandleStyle
<SUBSECTION Standard>
XFCE_TYPE_SCREEN_POSITION
xfce_screen_position_get_type
XFCE_TYPE_HANDLE_STYLE
xfce_handle_style_get_type
</SECTION>
<