kate part (was: Re: fileselector plugin)
cullmann at moldware.com
Thu Aug 30 08:20:55 UTC 2001
Roland Krause wrote:
> Yes!!! Cullmann, you are back from vacation... 6 weeks traveling in
> europe, what a joy to be a student ;-)
It was more 6 weeks fighting with an damn computer firm to get a new pc
(I HATE ALTERNATE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
> --- cullmann at moldware.com wrote:
> > You are right ;)
> > To put the katepart into kdelibs, we must split kate into 2 parts:
> > - the katepart consisting of (I hope I am right)
> > kate/document/*
> > kate/view/kateview.*
> > kate/view/kateviewdialog.*
> > kate/view/kateundohistory.*
> > kate/view/kateviewIface.h
> > kate/factory/*
> > kate/interfaces/document.h
> > kate/interfaces/view.h
> > the most stuff in kate/data
> > - the kate app consisting of the other stuff ;)
> Yes, I have only minimal knowledge of kate but that sounds very
> > The katepart files should be moved into a libkatepart in kdelibs
> > to be avaible for other programs (like kate, kdevelop, konqui, ...).
> Exactly, but will the older TextEditor interface not be better have
> tobe integrated into Kate::View and Kate::Document?
> > But one big problem with that: We must change how kate manage the
> > katedocuments/views.
> > Kate must use the BC compatible view/document interface and not the
> > kateview.h and
> > katedocument.h headers or kate won't work with different kdelibs
> > versions.
> I dont think this would be that difficult to do, I have managed to do
> this for kdevelop and I guess we could do it again for kate. I am
> willing to help with this, if you help me making a Fortran highlighting
> style and a special Fortran background for the editor window :-)
> No seriously, I dont think this is a big deal. The appropriate part of
> the kdelibs could be backported to KDE-2.2.
> > cu
> > Christoph
> > --- "F at lk Brettschneider" <gigafalk at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > Roland Krause wrote:
> > > >
> > > > I think it is not a good idea to make kdebase a requirement for
> > > > kdevelop. The parts of kate that are essential for us (an
> > improved
> > > > kwrite/ktexteditor part) should move into kdelibs where they
> > > belong.
> > > > kate itself can then stay in kdebase.
> > > Why don't we move it NOW!?
> > >
> > > Ciao,
> > > F@
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