Well, 184.108.40.206 is out (wxPython), and with it, a host of improvements and critical bugs.
The stc is noticiably faster in gtk2, although still laggy.
Which, for linux users, is it. gtk 1 on linux segfaults if you close a dialog. File. Find/Replace. Preferences. Boom. Segfault.
I haven't looked at the windows version yet, but on linux the style dialog looks a bit... odd. Not completely out of wack, just the labels seem to compete for space with the controls.
At least I haven't heard of segfaults outright on windows. No word yet on mac.
It looks like it will be a very simple matter to have plugins grab the version numbers from the sourceforge page. The upside is developers would only have to update the plugin list when they release a completely new plugin. The downside is that is sourceforge is down, users cannot update their plugin lists from the mirrors (unless sf mirrors the project pages too).
I think this is a worthwhile trade off. What do you folks think?
I've posted to the wxPython list with a question about drag and drop. Still no reply, but I am hopeful I am just overlooking something, and can add this in.
Pype comes the closest I've seen to implementing both file/text drag and drop, but only one at a time (you need to restart).
Now that lnk stuff is working, I plan on reworking file dialog prefs. As part of this, I think I will add a replace table. It will basically let people add strings to be replaced when encountered in lnk files. So if your c drive is mounted on /mnt/win_c, then you would add the entry:
(Notice no separator on the end of 'c:')
Since windows partitions can be mounted on anything, I think this is the best course. Then windows shortcuts will work fine from linux.
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