a brand new volume manager
danjele at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 12:40:01 UTC 2006
On 1/18/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> your reply did not go to the list too :)
> cannot your improvements be added to ivman instead?
> I think having it in C instead of python is better for users even if not as
> for development.
if someyone would port it to c np, but i'm focusing on python ...
that's what i like to use at the moment and mainly it's really a long
time i don't use c. From what i see it's fast as ivman even if it has
Why is it better for users to have it in C?
---- the message ----
> On 1/18/06, daniele favara <danjele at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 1/18/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi Daniele,
> > >
> > > I did not check this out yet, but can you sum up the differences between
> > > this and ivman
> > > and what advantages we'd have by switching to it.
> > >
> > ivman is in c , mine is in python
> > ivman has "exec", "execun", "mount", "execdvd", mine has
> > "exec",execun","mount","notify","unotify","say","sayun"
> > ivman for hal parameters uses "hal.parameter" mine "parameter"
> > one of the main difference is the voice.xml, where you define sable
> > tags ... speech support.
> > then mine uses even the notification-daemon, when you can set "exec"
> > and it will perform automatically the action or you can set "notify"
> > defining the action tag and it will notify you with a pop up window
> > asking what action you want to perform (this will be fully working for
> > this evening).
> > using the config file you can define your own variables:
> > <config version="0.1">
> > <sound>
> > <match key="added"
> > </sound>
> > ......
> > $config.sound.added$ in rules will be
> > .....
> > <speech>
> > <match key="read" value="@content">festival --tts </match>
> > </speech>
> > $config.speech.read$ in rules will be "festival --tts"
> > The advantages are that i can improve it for xubuntu, depending on
> > your needs for ex. Then it doesn't conflicts with any other vm
> > (gnome-vm, ivman, kde one), in fact you can set it in a way it will
> > just use speech and notify stuff. I will begin to write soon a
> > frontend to configure it, if anyone else is interested on doing it.
> > ciao
> > df
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