[Lazarus] Lazarus IDE work and future
arquivostcf at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 14:57:33 CEST 2008
Re: [Lazarus] Lazarus editor enhancements.
Joke is ... joke!
But a reality is that:
-the major people in community do not help with code, include me, sorry.
-Perhaps the problem is about an enterprise participation , how Sun for
java or Mozilla foundation for firefox and Xul.
-Lazarus is in very low velocity development and this is not good for
anyone, my comparison is with ruby and your tools.
-The gtk widgetset is wrong way. The gtk2 is the reality and we don't
change it, why use the time with gtk? Why not with gtk2 or fpgui?
-The community is not intense. Perhaps if we considerate and attract
an others pascal projects like Powtils and Extpascal for help with
Lazarus IDE ...
-Why not a enterprise contact with Canonical, for exemple?
Sorry my English, sorry my words, in nothing attack the developers who
has hard working with lazarus. I like and recognize they.
Em Seg, 2008-07-07 às 16:36 +0200, Graeme Geldenhuys escreveu:
> 2008/7/7 ik <idokan at gmail.com>:
> > Graeme, Here are few more features you should add :
> You missed the smiley at the end of my request. I meant somebody else
> should implement those. ;-)
> > 1. Reporting of warnings/errors, todo, notes etc by both color of
> > lines in a gater like in eclipse.
> > 2. Spell checking for strings and comments.
> > 3. UML support
> > 4. Real bi-directional support (it will be the only development text
> > editor that will support it if that will go).
> > 5. Ability to save and load custom made color set and fonts (like in vim)
> > 6. marking places to fold (and not only begin end) and remembering them
> > 7. Complete text inside string (from comments and other strings)
> > 8. Draw underline in colors on warnings, notes, spells and errors
> > 9. Removing bookmarks
> > 10. Ability to track version control, diff etc..
> > 11. split the text editor to vertical/horizontal split (like in VIM).
> > 12. Move/group tabs
> Please create Feature Requests for these.... Some of them are actually
> quite nice.
> - Graeme -
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