GtkSourceView gem?

Hei everyone,

is there a plan for a gtksourceview gem in the future? It would be
nice to
have it available without having to compile from source.

Thanks!

Andrea D.


Hi,

In [email protected]
“[ruby-gnome2-devel-en] GtkSourceView gem?” on Thu, 21 Oct 2010
09:21:09 +0200,
Andrea D. [email protected] wrote:

is there a plan for a gtksourceview gem in the future? It would be nice to
have it available without having to compile from source.

We are waiting for a patch for it!

Thanks,

kou

Here you go! Would it be possible to have this, and the whole 0.90.3
stack of
gems, pushed to rubygems?

Also: it was a while since the last time I had to work with svn. It’s
pure
pain. Would you consider switching to git? I’m taking care of porting
the
whole history.

Ja na!

Andrea D.
http://github.com/bolthar/freightrain
http://usingimho.wordpress.com

Also: it was a while since the last time I had to work with svn. It’s pure
pain. Would you consider switching to git? I’m taking care of porting the
whole history.

use git-svn. it’s pure glory.


Guillaume C. - http://zarb.org/~gc/

Hi,

In [email protected]
“Re: [ruby-gnome2-devel-en] GtkSourceView gem?” on Thu, 21 Oct 2010
16:56:58 +0200,
Andrea D. [email protected] wrote:

Here you go!

Thanks!
I want you to commit this to the Ruby-GNOME2 repository on
SF.net. Could you tell me your SF.net account? I’ll add you
to the Ruby-GNOME2 project.

         Would it be possible to have this, and the whole 0.90.3 stack of

gems, pushed to rubygems?

Maybe yes but we don’t have time to check whole libraries.
We need help for it.

Also: it was a while since the last time I had to work with svn. It’s pure
pain. Would you consider switching to git? I’m taking care of porting the
whole history.

I think that we should release 1.0.0 as soon as possible. We
can’t consider about version constrol system change until 1.0.0.

Thanks,

kou

Any news on when the GTKSourceView Gem will be released to us?

Eric

Do you really need to port the history? I worked on project and someone
spent two weeks porting CVS history over to Perforce (don’t ask) and no
one used it.

Maybe it’s more important for open source projects but I’d just leave it
where it is. Unless there are tools that make it easier these days.

Great news on the gem though! Saves me a job :slight_smile: Let me know when it’s
available and I’ll test.

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