A final word (was:Re: What's up and what's hot)
rokrau at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 10 19:19:48 UTC 2001
Matthias, I would like to work on the intergration of MDI into gideon
as outlined in my other email. With the stuff that I already did a kate
part in gideon should already be possible with your editor interface.
I will try to do that soon, thereby learning the current editor
interface and then get back to you about a new docViewMan design that
allows for MDI
--- Matthias Hoelzer-Kluepfel <mhk at caldera.de> wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, Roland Krause wrote:
> > > > - abstract editor interface, yeah it lets me use NEdit, so
> what, I
> > > can
> > > > go to tools and start NEdit on the file, that's all the benefit
> > > can
> > > > see from this as of know.
> > > No, if you click in the classview NEdit jumps to the correct
> > > position. I
> > > think editor plugins are a interesting technical challenge and in
> > > opinion
> > > it works very well. (Thanks to Matthias, really got job!)
> > Still, all you will get is the smallest common denominator of all
> > editors. Since the editor is such a central part of an IDE it
> should be
> > good, very good, indeed so good that it causes people to use the
> did you have a look at the interfaces? The have specifically
> been designed to be modular, so you get more than the common
> denominator! Ok, if you use NEdit running externally, you can
> only load, save, goto lines. But if you use Kate, you can set
> breakpoints right in the GUI, get the code completion window
> etc. etc...
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