> I currently wasn't planning a sequel ...
somehow I think this might be a better place than Hexadecimal value entry
Have you seen this book: [url=http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Industrial-Strength-Windows-Shrink-Wrap/dp/087930605X]Programming Industrial Strength Windows:
Shrink-Wrap Your App[/url]
It helps you to finish an application that sort-of runs inside your IDE and
polish it, create install/uninstall, take care of preferences and all those details
that make a real difference on the market.
You and maybe Micah could pull it off. You know, how to be a good citizen
on the Gnome desktop, how to open repository on sourceforge, how to
create deb, rh and yum and what not packages, a word or two on Anjuta,
CodeBlocks and your thing - OpenLDev and all the other details a good
gtk developer needs to know.
Just an idea, maybe.