On Wednesday 17 April 2002 09:53 pm, Jesse Hirsh wrote:
> gtk to the template-tool? looks nice :)
Kylix actually. And it's more than templates. :)
But before anyone gets TOO excited, I don't think it will be open source.
However, I think I'll give free licenses to anyone who has made a significant
contribution to Slash, and of course to yoderdev.com customers. Competitive
Anyone interested in beta testing? I'm thinking that will start around the
first week of May.
> might be a big plus for people to make changes to templates and still keep
> up with version changes...
Good idea, I should definitely figure out how to work that in.
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From: Jason Huckaby <jason@ne...> - 2002-04-18 01:58:30
Wow! Nice job, looks pretty cool. I've always cut and pasted between a
secondary editing tool (Dreamweaver).
As an aside:
I've been using a nice program that is template based, that has a very
slick template editor. It has two advantages over the slash template
editor that are very useful:
-It marks all altered or non-standard templates with a "*"
-It has a *diff* function for template upgrades - allows you to compare
differences in altered templates.