On 01/21/2011 03:20 PM, darkvertex wrote:
You should file a new bug in the bugzilla and attach a patch there.
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 10:18 PM, Paolo
Borelli <pborelli katamail com>
yes, this sounds pretty cool and I am pretty sure Steve
would be happy
if you took on this task. Modelines is in C because we try to
plugins enabled by default in C for performance reasons. I
to C is not too hard.
Just a few more comments:
A) The actual hierarchy is
1. Current settings set on the statusbar (this should always
when reloading saving)
3. Auto Tab by Language
4. Preference dialog
B) I would not mind adding the autodection method for
indent to gtksourceview itself
C) A possible addition of preference would be reading up a per
dir/project configuration file
Thank you for your encouragement and support. I have had some
experience programming in C and C++, but no previous C development
in GTK+ worth mentioning about. Most GTK+ development I had done
up till now are coded in pygtk. I found that reading http://live.gnome.org/Gedit/NewMDIPluginHowTo,
and your GeditChangecasePlugin source a while ago, helps me a
great deal in further understanding gedit plugin creation and
GObject in general.
I am now studying modelines plugin sources, and have started to
convert some parts of Auto Tab by Language into C. I think the
autodection method for tab-width and indent to gtksourceview is a
cool idea. I also like your idea to save preference settings into
directories, and plan to include that feature as a user option.
BTW, when I've made substantial changes to modelines plugin, where
should I upload the source(s)? Or should I upload the diffs