#64 Source archive download is missing org/fife/ui/autocomplete

v1.0 (example)
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2010-01-24
2010-01-24
Rob Manning
No

It is a bit strange to release a source archive that doesn't have all of the source code in it (rtext_1.0.0_Source.zip). The autocomplete.jar that is in the source archive (also weird to have jars in a source archive) has classes in the org.fife.ui.autocomplete package, but the corresponding Java source files are missing. I see no problem shipping dependent jars in a lib folder if the source is available somewhere else; but these are your classes, so presumably no one but you has the source code. Also, it sure would be nice if you added the source code to the CVS repo that SourceForge is hosting for you.

Rob

Discussion

  • Rob Manning
    Rob Manning
    2010-01-24

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  • Robert Futrell
    Robert Futrell
    2010-01-24

    Hi Rob,

    You're right that I don't include the source code for the libraries of the project. But these libraries are also hosted on SourceForge. RSyntaxTextArea, the auto-complete library, and the Spell Checker are all under the umbrella RSyntaxTextARea project here:

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/rsyntaxtextarea/

    There you'll find the source, as well as the jars (the same ones found in RText).

    As far as a source repository, instead of the SourceForge repository the code can be found here:

    http://svn.fifesoft.com/svn/RText/
    http://svn.fifesoft.com/svn/RSyntaxTextArea/

    I understand that the RText doc might not make it clear where to get the source for these libraries, so I'll update the documentation for the next release.

     
  • Robert Futrell
    Robert Futrell
    2010-01-24

    • status: open --> closed-invalid