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Help needed: Who knows GNOME, Windows or Mac coding?

Klaas Freitag-3
Hi,

we're currently working on icon overlays to indicate the syncing state
of files in the common file manager applications. That requires, in
addition to code in mirall, plugins for the common file manager
applications.

We know our way around in KDE but we wonder if there are specialists out
there who might help us with the others which are:
  * Windows Explorer
  * GNOME Nautilus
  * Mac Finder

Please let us know here on the list or in private mail if you're interested.

Thanks,

Klaas
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Re: [testpilots] Help needed: Who knows GNOME, Windows or Mac coding?

Jakub Moscicki
Hello,

Not sure if that's any helpful to you but the guy from dropbox.com talks at some point about reverse engineering MacOSX/Finder for them to work. So there may be no "official" way to do it (at least by 2011 when the talk was).

at ~16:20:


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On Oct 4, 2013, at 1:12 PM, Klaas Freitag <[hidden email]>
 wrote:

Hi,

we're currently working on icon overlays to indicate the syncing state of files in the common file manager applications. That requires, in addition to code in mirall, plugins for the common file manager applications.

We know our way around in KDE but we wonder if there are specialists out there who might help us with the others which are:
* Windows Explorer
* GNOME Nautilus
* Mac Finder

Please let us know here on the list or in private mail if you're interested.

Thanks,

Klaas
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Re: Help needed: Who knows GNOME, Windows or Mac coding?

Thomas Müller
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Hey,

gnome nautilus integration can be done with a Python script.

as example:
http://code.google.com/p/rabbitvcs/source/browse/trunk/clients/nautilus-3.0/RabbitVCS.py

Anybody with some Python skill around? ;-)

Tom

Am Freitag, dem 04.10.2013 um 13:12 schrieb Klaas Freitag:

> Hi,
>
> we're currently working on icon overlays to indicate the syncing state
> of files in the common file manager applications. That requires, in
> addition to code in mirall, plugins for the common file manager
> applications.
>
> We know our way around in KDE but we wonder if there are specialists out
> there who might help us with the others which are:
>   * Windows Explorer
>   * GNOME Nautilus
>   * Mac Finder
>
> Please let us know here on the list or in private mail if you're interested.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Klaas
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Re: Help needed: Who knows GNOME, Windows or Mac coding?

Stefan Vollmar
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Just a thought: TortoiseSVN provides icon overlays and superb Windows Explorer integration. The license is GNU GPL v2 and the code is available here:
http://code.google.com/p/tortoisesvn/source/browse/
We are not involved in this project but have some happy users at our place.

Warm regards,
 Stefan

On 04.10.2013, at 13:12, Klaas Freitag <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> we're currently working on icon overlays to indicate the syncing state of files in the common file manager applications. That requires, in addition to code in mirall, plugins for the common file manager applications.
>
> We know our way around in KDE but we wonder if there are specialists out there who might help us with the others which are:
> * Windows Explorer
> * GNOME Nautilus
> * Mac Finder
>
> Please let us know here on the list or in private mail if you're interested.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Klaas
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Re: Help needed: Who knows GNOME, Windows or Mac coding?

Mark Ziegler
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Hello Klaas,

we happily use TortoisSVN on windows systems.
It is open source and written in c++.
Explorer integration is very nice and reliable IMHO.
Project page: http://tortoisesvn.net/

Cheers,
Mark

Am 04.10.13 13:12, schrieb Klaas Freitag:

> Hi,
>
> we're currently working on icon overlays to indicate the syncing state
> of files in the common file manager applications. That requires, in
> addition to code in mirall, plugins for the common file manager
> applications.
>
> We know our way around in KDE but we wonder if there are specialists
> out there who might help us with the others which are:
>  * Windows Explorer
>  * GNOME Nautilus
>  * Mac Finder
>
> Please let us know here on the list or in private mail if you're
> interested.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Klaas
> _______________________________________________
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> [hidden email]
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