pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Mon Jan 21 21:47:26 CET 2013
On 21.01.2013 21:43, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
> On 01/21/13 17:44, Timothy Groves wrote:
>> The IDE just seems to get buggier and buggier the longer I use it.
> I feel your pain - my experience is exactly the same. I have now revert
> all the way back to 0.9.30.2 (I could probably try .4 too).
> With 1.0.2, 1.0.4 and 1.0.5 I can all sorts of problems.
> - I can nagivate (Click+LClick) code which I used to do
> - I get focus issues with editor window and main window
> - The latest is key mappings that go bonkers until I restart the IDE
> eg: Ctrl+O (open file) stops working
> Ctrl+H (jump back to previous navigation point) stops working
> ...and lots more...
> All these occur on multiple systems too, so don't blame my setup. I
> have tried Ubuntu 10.04 (Gnome2), 12.04 (Unity) and FreeBSD 9.1 (JWM).
> I know it is only your pet/hobby project you work in in your spare time,
> but take some pride in what you develop. Take a step back and see what a
> buggy mess you guys are making. Spend some quality time and fix things
> instead of adding the latest and greatest buggy feature.
Did you report these problems? If not how should the Lazarus developers
know they exist? E.g. I have no such problems on ArchLinux (Awesome)
with Lazarus 1.1 [I do have some problems, but these are more related to
the fact that Awesome is a tiling window manager instead of a stacking
one...]. And from what I've seen from other persons in this thread they
don't seem to have problems either...
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