All code changes should be made in the/gtk directory.
I think the gtk2.tmp is used for building purposes as two versions are made for windows a gtk2.x version and a gtk1.x version...
From: [email protected] on behalf of Tinoshi Kitazawa
Sent: Fri 7/7/2006 9:18 AM
To: Developer support list for Wireshark
Subject: [Wireshark-dev] gtk and gtk2.tmp
I'm working on the GUI part of Wireshark, and I just wanted to know
something about gtk and gtk2.tmp folders. It seems to me that the gtk2.tmp
folder is just a copy of the gtk folder, and so probably it is not present
on the SVN, but it is created copying the files from gtk. If I'm not wrong,
changes made on files in gtk will affect wireshark.exe (gtk 1.2) while
changes made on files in gtk2.tmp will affect wireshark-gtk2.exe. But source
files are identical and have #if GTK_MAJOR_VERSION < x ... Am I right??? If
so, how am I supposed to work? Do I just have to modify the files in gtk and
then copy them in gtk2.tmp, or viceversa? What about patches? Is gtk2.tmp
supposed to be the only one supported in the future?
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