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Old 04-22-2013, 04:45 PM   #16
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New Version

0.0.12
Do simple conversion to/from UTF-8.
Added "Open As Hexdump" to file menu.
Added number to untitled docs.
Made application single instance.
Major Code clean.
Added select single/multi instance to prefs.
Prefs applied immediately ( again! ).
 
Old 04-25-2013, 08:38 AM   #17
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New version 0.0.13

0.0.13
Added crude function lookup in gtk-doc folder - to be improved.
Added optional webkit dependency if building doc viewer.
Added gkt-doc viewer in own window via webkit.
Added switch to configure for optional gkt-doc viewer.
Added 'Save All'
Added 'Help' now shown local if doc viewer has been built.
Redone demo installed external tools.
Fixed autogen.sh only passing first option on command line.

You can now select part or all of a function eg g_free and it will look for the api in the installed gtk docs and either jump straight to the api definition or present a list of possibilities.

If you have webkit installed it will use it's own window if not your default web browser will be used.
Many applications/library's install documentation in gtkdoc format even thought they are not specifically gtk apps/libs, cairo, gimp, gdk etc.
 
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Old 04-27-2013, 01:26 PM   #18
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New Version 0.0.14

Removed redundant close button from toolbar.
Added printing.
Improved Gtk Doc search.
Code clean.
Only recursivly search for define from main menu not pop-up ( for speed ).
Added manual search box to gtk-doc viewer.
Added auto save/restore session to prefs (default off).
Tweaked help page.
Added manual gtk doc search to toolbar
 
Old 05-02-2013, 09:14 AM   #19
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New Version 0.0.15

0.0.15
Save/restore bookmarks with session, if the files change on disk after saving session, restoring will skew bookmarks.
Added "Close All Tabs" to file menu.
Close all tabs BEFORE restoring session.
Dimmed Nav, func and bookmark menus when no docs open.
Dimmed saveall, close etc when no docs open.
Session can now be restored with/without the saved bookmarks.
Auto restore bookmarks can be set in prefs
Added error dialog if can't save.
External tools now editable from the GUI.
For convienience info label in tools gui is selectable.
Added 'delete' to tools GUI.
Added 'Home' button to gtk doc viewer.
Added '$KKEDIT_HTMLFILE' to vars passed to external script, this file should be used for displaying output from tool in html format.
Adde '%h% to tools place holders, details as above.
Added 'show HTML doc' option to tool, to either display the gtk doc viewer or the default browser with the page ' $KKEDIT_HTMLFILE'
Added 'Search For Definition' entry to toolbar - same as 'Navigation->Search For Define'.

And other than bugs or minor tweaks that's about all I want to cram into it!

http://keithhedger.hostingsiteforfre...-0.0.15.tar.gz
 
Old 05-07-2013, 04:05 PM   #20
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KKEdit-0.0.15

Wonder if webkit versions 1.3.1 ... 1.8.1 will do.

configure.ac says : WEBKIT_MODULES="webkit-1.0 >= 1.10.0"

... KKEdit compiles OK with version 1.3.1 ...

Examples : Debian 7 Wheezy : webkit 1.8.1 ,
Fedora 17 : webkit(gtk)-1.8.1 , PCLinuxOS : webkit-1.3.1

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Old 05-23-2013, 07:27 AM   #21
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New Version 0.0.16

0.0.16
Added Recent File menu.
Added multiple select to file open.
Added 'Show in Pop Up' option to external tools GUI.
Files opened on commandline/dnd etc now get added to recent items.

Enjoy!
 
Old 06-19-2013, 01:20 PM   #22
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New Version 0.0.18

0.0.18
Added command line switch (-m) to override the single instance pref ( used for running an extra version via the tools menu etc ).
Added drag 'n' drop to insert text file into text when dropped on text part of window;
Added drag 'm' drop text between windows/applications.

0.0.17
Handles files with spaces in their names properly.
Added get mime type via external command if glib fails.
Code clean.
Fixed segfault on filename with spaces in certain circumstances.
 
Old 07-22-2013, 06:27 AM   #23
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New version 0.0.20 here:

http://gtk-apps.org/content/show.php...content=158161

0.0.20
Added (optional) support for aspell.
Added 'Check Spelling' to popup menu when word selected.
Added 'Spell Check Document' to document tab menu.
'Cancel' while spell checking document now cancels entire action.
Updated 'Help'.

0.0.19r1
Minor bug fix for undo when using 'Live Search'

0.0.19
Added 'Live Search' to toolbar, 'Enter' -> find next,'Shift' -> find prev.
Added show/hide entry boxes on toolbar to prefs.
Fixed wrongly uploaded archive.
 
Old 07-27-2013, 06:33 AM   #24
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New version 0.0.21 here:

http://gtk-apps.org/content/show.php...content=158161

0.0.21
Added 'Split View' to tab menu, click once to split, again to un-split.
'Live Search' is now always case insensitive.
Removed 'dirty' flag from buffer when first opening as hexdump.
Added configure and associated files to archive so no longer needs auto-tools.
Updated 'INSTALL' file for Debian/fedora users.
Added drop down for syntax highlighting.
Added 'New Editor' to file menu.
Added 'New Admin Editor' to file menu.
Updated help file.

Enjoy.
 
  


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