Merge forks and branches (Unicode & CodeFold?

2007-02-04
2013-05-30
  • Pierre on the other thread http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=4120514 informed me the renewed interest in SynEdit.

    So, what about merging the other fork/branch efforts:
    1. Unicode SynEdit aka UniSynEdit http://mh-nexus.de/unisynedit.htm
    2. Improved SynMix (Unicode and CodeFolding) other branch http://sepa.spb.ru/?syn_eng and http://forum.vingrad.ru/topic-106449.html

    Regards,
    R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah

     
    • PyScripter
      PyScripter
      2007-02-15

      Yet another fork of Synedit, SynEditStudio can be found in the following address
      http://www.cnzjw.net/qiutian/blog/article.asp?id=25

      This one has many interesting extensions including a Delphi 2006 editor look and mystix derived code-folding.  Unfortunately all comments and resources are in Chinese...

       
      • > Yet another fork of Synedit, SynEditStudio can be found in the following address
        > http://www.cnzjw.net/qiutian/blog/article.asp?id=25

           Oh, thanks for pointing out.

        > This one has many interesting extensions including a Delphi 2006 editor look and mystix
        > derived code-folding. Unfortunately all comments and resources are in Chinese..

           Chinese comments may not be a concern as we can use translation tools. I have used Google Translation and read the page. But, for downloading they ask for login details which I couldn't follow. So, do you have any direct link to their source? TIA

         
    • PyScripter
      PyScripter
      2007-02-16

      A week ago it was possible to download the file from that site without registration but the author changed his blog software.  However I emailed him and he sent me the latest version which you can download from http://pyscripter.googlepages.com/SynEditStudio.rar.

      Also I had suggested to the author the following:
          * merge the bugfixes from SynMix into his code
          * release a version of his code with English resources
          * apply his enhancements to the unicode version of Synedit

      and he said that he will try and do that.

       
      • > A week ago it was possible to download the file from that site without registration but the
        > author changed his blog software. However I emailed him and he sent me the latest version
        > which you can download from http://pyscripter.googlepages.com/SynEditStudio.rar

          Thanks for sharing:-)

        > Also I had suggested to the author the following:
        > * merge the bugfixes from SynMix into his code
        > * release a version of his code with English resources
        > * apply his enhancements to the unicode version of Synedit
        >
        > and he said that he will try and do that.

           IMHO, it would be nice if the synedit related works are centralized here. I have seen that the last commit to cvs now dates back to 3 weeks and it seems this renewed work is again drained.

           BTW, some guys seem to gave up the Unicode+Codefolding works (See my discussion at another project TSynWeb http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=4138357 )

           SynEditStudio looks great:) but now and then I see some painting issue. Currently it uses runtime highlighters; but not sure if it can support TSynWeb.

           I'm still looking for OptiPerl like box coding support (see, http://www.xarka.com/optiperl/features.html ). If you come across any forks that does it, kindly let me know:-)