Re: [gedit-list] GSOC Proposal: Gedit as a class note taking application.
- From: Paolo Maggi <paolo maggi gmail com>
- To: Andres de Barbara <adebarbara gmail com>
- Cc: gedit-list <gedit-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [gedit-list] GSOC Proposal: Gedit as a class note taking application.
- Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 12:42:36 +0100
> > gedit is a plain text editor and I don't think it is a good idea to make
> > it displaying graphs, equations, etc.
> I love gedit because is a plain text editor. Even simple thing like
> P(A/S) = P(Ai) . P(S/Ai) / Sum [i=inf,i=0] (P(A) . P(S/Ai)) are not
> cool when I read this notes to study, or spend five minutes making
> asciiart magic for a bar graph
As someone suggested you could write a plugin for some light-markup
language so that you write plain text, but the notes will be "processed"
to produce something better.
> > If you want to propose a gedit related project for GSOC I think you can
> > find great ideas on http://live.gnome.org/Gedit/Plugins.
> I don't understand, those plugins aren't already done?
No, if you see at the end of the page if you can find a "requested
> > For example, it would be very nice to have a "no distraction" mode
> > similar to WriteRoom (http://hogbaysoftware.com/products/writeroom).
> Ok, this look nice ...
> > Another very nice project could be to write one or more plugins to solve
> > the "typing sucks" problem... i.e. to allow the users to write more text
> > in less time.
> How could this be solve?
Autocompletion, autocorrection, autoindentation, powerfull editing
command like the one in vim o emacs, repeating last "operation" (like in
vim when you press "."), etc.
> > Regards,
> > Paolo
Paolo Maggi <paolo maggi gmail com>
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