Emendo text editor

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 04 Nov 2013, 12:29

It shows "error: Error opening file '...' Read-only file system, but only in terminal. This is good suggestion, I will make dialog for that warning.
Edit:
fixed in version 2.0.6

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 16 Nov 2013, 15:06

Version 2.1.5 changes

use Gtk.Stack in Preferences dialog,
add option to set indent_width, and
option to select insert_spaces_instead_of_tabs (checkbutton).

http://i.troll.ws/b6e24f1e.png

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 24 Jan 2014, 21:18

Emendo 2.4.4 Windows version.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby rgb1 » 16 Mar 2014, 07:45

For the multiple undo when pressing ctrl-z this may be of use http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13872051/gtksourceview-undo-undoing-more-than-expected.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 16 Mar 2014, 18:24

You're right there was double undo when pressed ctrl+z, and as they suggest it's solved with adding return true in keyboard_events in two places after action_undo and action_redo.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby seppalta » 17 Jul 2014, 22:28

I have the wine version of Emendo (win2.4.4) installed in a Debian-based distro (Semplice6). It works great except for 1 thing - the window size is fixed to cover the full screen and I have not been able to change it. I can slide the full window to different positions, making it so part of it is off the screen. What can I do to make it so that I can change the actual window size, like with the Linux version on alphaos? Or even better, what is the precise recipe for installing the Linux version on a Debian-based system?

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 18 Jul 2014, 13:12

seppalta wrote:what is the precise recipe for installing the Linux version on a Debian-based system?


First check that gtk+ version on Semplice6 is at least 3.10

then follow commands from this file
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/em/emendo/PKGBUILD

You basically need to clone
https://github.com/alphaos/build

then change to
alphaos/def-scripts/03_extra/emendo/emendo

and type in there
make install

seppalta wrote:I have the wine version of Emendo (win2.4.4) installed in a Debian-based distro (Semplice6). It works great except for 1 thing - the window size is fixed to cover the full screen

$HOME/.config/emendo was previous config directory, now it's using GLib.Settings so no saving to a file. I'm not sure how was it handled in this particular version...

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby simargl » 27 Jul 2014, 17:29

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In progress... Tabs support for emendo. That will be version 3.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby efgee » 27 Jul 2014, 19:08

That's pretty cool.
Looking forward to new version.

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Re: Emendo text editor

Postby john3voltas » 29 Jul 2014, 16:59

I still wish we had an option of showing minimize+maximize/restore buttons on that titlebar instead of having to right-click the titlebar to access the menu. And that goes for all the apps with this new look.
Is that configurable in some way?
Tabs are looking good in emendo. :D


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