Emendo text editor

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby john3voltas » 05 Oct 2013, 11:13

I'm confused with Geany and Emendo.
I would add Emendo and remove Geany. Emendo does the job pretty well.
Besides Geany will always be available via pacman.
Just my 2 cents.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 08 Oct 2013, 12:27

Version 1.0

- added per-user settings support:
config directory is $HOME/.config/emendo - if doesn't exist it will be created,
config file is $HOME/.config/emendo/emendo.ini - if doesn't exist it will be copied from default settings location /etc/emendo/emendo.ini,

- when program is closed it will write current: window width, window height, font and style to user settings file,

- added font chooser dialog.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 14 Oct 2013, 10:25

- version 1.0.5
Drop Gtk.Stock (deprecated in GTK+ 3.10)

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 24 Oct 2013, 12:52

I've changed Emendo's interface to use new Gtk.HeaderBar, for screen shot look first post. That will start new version 2.0.1, and require Gtk>=3.10.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby Marv » 24 Oct 2013, 17:10

simargl wrote:I've changed Emendo's interface to use new Gtk.HeaderBar, for screen shot look first post. That will start new version 2.0.1, and require Gtk>=3.10.

I'm making my peace with the headerbar (old dog and new tricks). Any chance of replacing the 'redo' button with the 'find' or a 'find/replace' combo button? Don't know about others but I use that 'find' a lot and a single click to get it is nice..
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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby Scooby » 24 Oct 2013, 17:40

I think this kind of approach should be skinable.

up to the user to decide to use or not.

I guess I'm an old dog too

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 24 Oct 2013, 18:30

Marv wrote:Any chance of replacing the 'redo' button with the 'find' or a 'find/replace' combo button? Don't know about others but I use that 'find' a lot and a single click to get it is nice..

I moved Find button back to toolbar, but on other side before drop down menu. I also use Find button often, and Undo/Redo even more, so this should be better now. Also Gtk.ReliefStyle is set to NONE, and all toolbuttons now have 40x40 square size.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby Marv » 24 Oct 2013, 21:00

simargl wrote:I moved Find button back to toolbar, but on other side before drop down menu. I also use Find button often, and Undo/Redo even more, so this should be better now. Also Gtk.ReliefStyle is set to NONE, and all toolbuttons now have 40x40 square size.

Thanks! Looks good.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 26 Oct 2013, 16:47

* 2.0.3 *
- Added Preferences dialog
- use ColorSelectionDialog instead of ColorChooserDialog

for comparison
http://valadoc.org/#!api=gtk+-3.0/Gtk.C ... tionDialog
http://valadoc.org/#!api=gtk+-3.0/Gtk.C ... oserDialog

Before starting new version remove configuration directory $HOME/.config/emendo.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby Scooby » 04 Nov 2013, 12:00

Using Emendo 1.0

When on filesystem mounted read-only get no warning that save of file cannot be executed.

Coulde be nice to get a warning?


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