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RE: RapidSVN Icon

From: Campbell, Matthew A <Matthew.Campbell_at_Relizon.com>
Date: 2004-07-15 18:07:33 CEST

> I'm using Mandrake 9.2. I've hunted through the usual directories for
> "system" icons just in case the install had put it there and
> I've looked
> in the folders that were generated when I unpacked the tar.
>

It can still be compiled into the executable. I'm not terribly conversant
with the X11-level operations - I've always used GTK+ functions for this -
but when an app hands an icon to the windowmanager it has to create a pixbuf
for it. Compiling the XPM into the application with an #include statement
(XPM's are actually C) saves a step in this process and also keeps you from
having to find a place to install the icon when you install the app. I've
done this with an app or two, out of sheer laziness - if the app compiles to
one executable and has no config files or anything, it makes no sense to
package the icon separately as well. (I don't know if the RapidSVN team
uses the same reasoning or not - I don't know anything about the app.)

You could always try digging thru the source tree a bit, though; a quick
peek turned up this in the RapidSVN repos:

http://svn.collab.net/repos/rapidsvn/trunk/src/res/bitmaps/

which is an entire directory full of graphics, including a logo or two. The
one you're looking for ought to be in there.

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