I seem to spend a great deal of my time now just processing gtkmm patches from bugzilla. At least it’s progress even if I’m not making it all. People are learning how to submit proper patches so maybe I should hand out some more cvs write access soon.

I just wrote a Gtk::TreeView chapter for the gtkmm book. Hopefully it shows how we’ve been able to express all of GtkTreeView’s functionality while making it so much simpler for most of the time.

I set up a linux server at work as a cvs repository for my stuff and the web developers. I haven’t messed around with networking and configuration files for a few years, but it seems to have worked out. It’s certainly a lot more fun than the Windows and Mac coding I’ve been doing. I had forgotten just how random the Win32 and MacOS APIs can be.

I’ve been exploring new London again this week – the Tate Modern, the Millenium bridge, and the Globe theatre – in the wonderful company of another temporary resident. I also went to Manor House climbing wall for the first time in years, and was pleased to find that it’s only little compared to the Munich wall, although it was always daunting in my memory. London could be worse but I’d still like my Muenchen life back.