|Subject:||Re: point and click implementation|
|Date:||Sun, 14 Apr 2013 14:17:14 +0100|
"ArnoldTheresius" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hiddenand there are at least some *fundamental* enhancement requests for lilypad.I'm not sure if they're allready listed, and I did not check until now in the issue list: - no UTF-8 support (I would expect: UTF-8 only)  - no reuse of allready opened edit windows (popup the edit window if the file is allready opened, and send a »goto line/column command« to this window) - no display of the current line and column of the cursor position - no »goto line/column« in the menu All this lead me to use notepad together with a special »popup_or_launch_notepad__then_goto_line_and_column« at my installation. Nevertheless, I'll try if I can get lilypad cross-compiled in the UBUNTU development VM image (mingw is allready added).Using notepad-plus as a new base of lilypad (or call it then lilypad-plus)would still be much work - perhaps too much work.I often aksed myself if it's worth for me to create a special text editor to use with lilypond on windows, but I know this would be a lot of work even if I can start with another freeware editor. Perhaps more time required than Ican afford.I've managed to compile lilypad on my Windows machine using mingw gcc. What I've discovered firstly is that the version we deliver is not the one you get when you compile the source on github. So the first issue is to fix that, and then consider some simple enhancements. (BTW - the "new" version opens at the right line and column).-- Phil Holmes Bug Squad
The lilypad delivered with 2.17.16 is now updated to be the one in GitHub. I've got an updated version on my PC that supports the Find function better - the found string is highlighted and the window scrolls to the string that's been found. I'll likely include this in the next release and mark http://code.google.com/p/lilypond/issues/detail?id=534 as fixed. Please open a new tracker for the other enhancement requests - I think it would be best to have one request per issue, since some are relatively simple and some not so.
-- Phil HolmesBug Squad
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