[GNC-dev] "2" version of source code
14ubobit at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 11:49:34 EDT 2020
I have been relooking at this and wil give it another go. When I first made
the changes, all seemed to be OK but with large transaction lists it was
slow. Also if I remember right there was a lot of, it is not the same as
the existing which slightly put me off any further progress.
I have recently created a new tree view / model based on the original
register rewrite to see if I had made an error with my changes but it also
is slow with large transaction lists, slightly quicker than my effort but I
think that was down to only having one transaction row.
I did implement only retrieving part of the transaction list at a time but
this needs to be changed along with the vertical scrollbars which I may
have an idea about.
If you can wait, I will try and spend more time on it soon. Multi selection
still might be tricky, what do you want that for?
On Tue, 14 Jul 2020 at 16:11, Jean Laroche <ripngo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Devs,
> Last night I was looking at what it would take to allow selecting
> multiple transactions in the split register, and realize (if I'm not
> mistaken) that the split register is not based on a tree view (in which
> case it would be easy to allow multi-select, but possibly tricky to do
> the right thing after that).
> On the other hand, there are versions of the .c source files with a "2",
> which I believe were a rework of the basic GC UI elements, and one of
> them is the split register. The version 2 of it is apparently based on a
> tree view and I remember somebody mentioning that the refactoring was
> intended to allow multi-select (among other things I'm sure).
> - What's the status of the "2" versions? This was worked on more than 10
> years ago, if I remember correctly. No update since?
> - How far was it from completion? Would it be a huge effort to look at
> the code and make it functional? I know it can be enabled with a special
> flag when we launch gnucash, what I don't know is what's missing before
> the "2" versions can be adopted...
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