Commit 511a9132 authored by Unit 193's avatar Unit 193

New upstream version 0.4.1

parent 4522ce2f
Erik Harrison <erikharrison@xfce.org>
Nick Schermer <nick@xfce.org>
Benedikt Meurer <benny@xfce.org>
Matthew Brush <matt@xfce.org>
Authors of the 0.2 and earlier releases
=======================================
Erik Harrison <erikharrison@xfce.org>
Benedikt Meurer <benny@xfce.org>
Tarot Osuji <tarot@sdf.lonestar.org>
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0.4.1
=====
- Fix crash when dragging tab to root window (Bug #13336)
- Fix the signal definition of user-set-language (Bug #13630)
- Prevent a weird cycle in GSettings use (Bug #12134)
- Properly fixed later by Alistair Buxton
- Fix some warnings about using NULL (Bug #11663)
- Limit prefs dialog tab width to range allowed by schema (Bug #12055)
- Don't show hidden GSV languages (Bug #12043)
- Encode filenames passed to DBus as UTF-8
- Translation updates: Albanian, Arabic, Asturian, Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan,
Chinese (China), Chinese (Taiwan), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch,
English (Australia), English (United Kingdom), Finnish, French, Galician,
German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese,
Kazakh, Korean, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk,
Occitan, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Serbian,
Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uyghu
0.4.0
=====
- Use GSettings to improve preference handling
- A new preferences dialog exposing all preferences in the GUI
- Implement config and GUI preferences for various GtkSourceView properties
such as:
* Highlighting the current line
* Match braces
* Indentation width control
* Right margin (long-line margin) column
* Showing/hiding of line numbers
* Smart home and end keys
- Improved GUI configurability and state persistence, including:
* A toolbar for commonly used items
* Fullscreen support
* Main menu re-organization
* Improved editor context menu
* Improved single-instance multi-window support
* Remember and synchronize size, position, and state, across windows
and instances
- Support for building against GTK+ 3
- Various other improvements and bugs fixed
0.3.0
=====
Highlights:
- A complete rewrite of Mousepad. The code is now written in GOjects
where possible so we have a solid base for further development.
- Run multiple windows in one instance. We also invoke a running
instance with DBus (optional), this is needed for tab DND between
windows.
- Drag and Drop support for text inside a document, between tabs and
between windows. Also supports opening a file by dragging it into
the window.
- Support for multiple tabs in one window which are both reorderable
and detachable.
- Load multiple files at once from both the open dialog and the command
line.
- Type-ahead find and highlight feature like Firefox.
- Support for editable menu accelerators.
- Reimplemented recent file support. You can cleanup the Mousepad history
and a file is removed from the history when Mousepad was unable to open
it.
- Syntax highlighting of many filetypes (including printing).
- Various hidden settings.
- Statusbar with filetype, cursor location and whether overwrite is
actived.
- Mousepad depends on GTK+ 2.20.
Bug fixes:
- Save button is now default response in the dialog (Bug #2941).
- No font is set as long the user has not defined any (Bug #2720).
- No compiler warnings (Bug #1697).
- Windows geometry is now properly saved (Bug #2945).
- Hidden option to show the full path in the window title (Bug #2896).
- Basic command line options (Bug #2397).
- The MousepadPreferences object uses XfceRc for saving the
settings (Bug #2786).
- No segfault when there is no rc file (Bug #2784).
- Support syntax highlighting using GtkSourceView (Bug #3228 & #5803).
- Proper Drag and Drop support (Bug #2055).
- Fix recent files support (Bug #5635, #3850 & #7890).
- Use GTK+ printing (Bug #4477).
- Settings saved in Find (and Replace) dialogs (Bug #7246).
- No deprecated dependencies (Bug #7259).
What is it?
===========
Mousepad is a simple text editor for the Xfce desktop environment.
The Mousepad Mission
====================
Mousepad aims to be an easy-to-use and fast editor. Our target is an
editor for quickly editing text files, not a development environment
or an editor with a huge bunch of plugins.
On the other hand we try to use the latest Gtk+ features available,
which means that if Gtk adds something new in a major release that is
useful for the editor, we will likely bump the Gtk dependency and
integrate this new feature in Mousepad.
Required packages
=================
Mousepad depends on the following packages:
- Gtk+ 2.24.0 or above
- GLib 2.30.0 or above
- Libxfce4util 4.4.0 or above
- GtkSourceView 2.2.2 or above
The following packages are optional:
- D-BUS 0.34 or above (strongly suggested)
Installation
============
The file 'INSTALL' contains generic installation
instructions.
How to report bugs?
===================
Bugs should be reported to the Xfce bug tracking system
(http://bugzilla.xfce.org, product Mousepad). You will need to create
an account for yourself.
All the items below, except those under the feature heading, must
be fixed (or ignored when irrelevant) before the nick_0_3 branch
can move to trunk. When the branch enters trunk, it's important
we work towards a stable version, so we can release a 0.2.90.1
(0.3 beta 1) version as soon as possible (if needed, independent
from the Xfce release schedule).
Interface
=========
- Test the application with a screen reader and add Atk objects
where needed.
- Check the search and replace code for bugs.
- Add option to disable the search feedback in the replace dialog
(highlight, count matches, type-ahead). This can slow down mousepad
with (multiple) large documents.
- Transpose words works a bit odd sometimes.
- Improve replace (all) in selection.
Saving and loading
==================
- Cleanup and improve encoding support and order the encoding types.
Other
=====
- We need a cool Mousepad logo.
- Write documentation.
- Session manager support (waiting for Gtk+ here).
Testing and polishing
=====================
- Profiling loading large files (Gtk/Pango has a problem here). This
also locks some dialogs.
- Checking for memory leaks.
Feature
=======
- You'll never know. No promisses here...
- GIO.
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