Dave Page wrote:
> Hi all,
> So far, the code has been modified mainly to get rid of it's use of MDI
> windows, and to use wxAUI instead, and to integrate it into the pgAdmin
> build system.
> Having tried it on OS X, I find we have a problem. On that platform,
> executables are distributed inside 'appbundles'  which include
> resources without which applications cannot be used (they start, but
> cannot gain focus). What I didn't realise though, was that there doesn't
> seem to be a way to include the resources for two executables in the
> same appbundle.
> Another option is to build a second appbundle for the debugger, however
> we would want this to be included within the pgAdmin appbundle, not
> externally. I cannot see from the docs if this is actually possible.
> Anyone know?
I believe that this is possible - I'll have to check, but I can vaguely
remember that I already saw applications in the wild that did exactly
this. Actually, it might be as easy as just putting a normal appbundle
into the Ressources folder.
> The final option (which I am currently favouring) would be to move the
> debugger code into pgAdmin itself, rather than keeping it as a separate
> application. This has the disadvantage that the architecture if the
> debugger is quite different from pgAdmin, so whilst it could work, it
> will always seem a little odd unless largely rewritten.
Sounds like the most elegant option - do you think this will happen
before 1.8, or should we pursue the appbundle-inside-appbundle idea
greetings, Florian Pflug
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