After being left alone for far too long, Lexi is back in development. It is the maintainer's intention to bring the project up to date, clean up code and test Lexi with the newest JDKs. Expect a formal release once this process is completed.
Work has now started on implementing a new Lexi editor type for editting Open Document Format files. If anyone interested in helping, please leave a message on the "Developer" forum. My email is currently broken :-( ...
This release fixes some critical bugs that prevented Lexi 0.1.1 from starting. A number of editor features have been overhauled and improved.
I'd like to welcome Stephen Crawley as a developer to the Lexi project. Stephen is from Brisbane in Australia. He has some excellent ideas for Lexi, and I believe that between the two of us, Lexi will soon be a worthwhile program for everybody's use.
Lexi has a new maintainer as of 04/04. My name is Mark Davidson, and I have volunteered to take over Lexi. My first goal will be to fix the outstanding problems with the current code base that seem to prevent you from actually doing anything, and getting a new release out.
I'll be contributing to Lexi as maintainer/administrator from
now on. I'm mainly interested in making this project more visible and more usable. Anyone interested in contributing
to this project, send me your SourceForge user name and
a short description of how you think you may contribute.
Hello! I'm just writing this to inform you that I'm the new project admin (thanks to Brill). Watch this space for a 0.1.1 of lexi very soon.
I need someone to take over as Technical Lead for the Lexi project. See: http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=5248
I have finally got around to porting the old Lexi source for adding the sourceforge repository. There is still a lot of work to do, several new bugs have appeared. The first order of business is to clean things up.