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  • Dec 30 2019 12:37

    zoli on master

    Utterly unimportant style edit … Merge pull request #589 from ma… (compare)

  • Dec 30 2019 12:37
    zoli closed #589
  • Dec 29 2019 18:40
    martylanger opened #589
  • Dec 11 2019 20:15

    zoli on go16-zoli

    change in package names (compare)

  • Dec 06 2019 17:17
    Travis limetext/backend (master) errored (234)
  • Dec 06 2019 17:05

    zoli on master

    Set active view after OnNew eve… small changes (compare)

  • Dec 02 2019 17:54
    Travis limetext/backend (master) errored (233)
  • Dec 02 2019 17:42

    zoli on master

    Increase log4go caller skip se… (compare)

  • Dec 02 2019 17:40

    zoli on master

    Enable setting runtime caller s… (compare)

  • Nov 05 2019 21:16
    Travis limetext/lime-termbox (master) errored (36)
  • Nov 05 2019 21:01

    zoli on master

    show caret at the end of lines (compare)

  • Nov 03 2019 19:10

    zoli on master

    temproray comment deprecated fu… (compare)

  • Nov 02 2019 12:31
    dependabot[bot] labeled #49
  • Nov 02 2019 12:31

    dependabot[bot] on bundler

    Bump nokogiri from 1.10.3 to 1.… (compare)

  • Nov 02 2019 12:31
    dependabot[bot] opened #49
  • Oct 23 2019 22:34
    erbridge closed #3
  • Oct 13 2019 12:54
    kcg100 commented on 7c7e2cc
  • Oct 13 2019 12:52
    kcg100 commented on 7c7e2cc
  • Oct 13 2019 12:51
    kcg100 closed #51
  • Oct 13 2019 12:43
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
And I suspect GC won't work properly with gopy
gopy in general just doesn't have enough tests. Coverage is terrible.
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
Stuff we inherited, yeah
Not that the test coverage is amazing anywhere else...
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Haha, true.
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
BTW, I think the issue with Python 3.5 is that we need to run brew link or something similar
http://braumeister.org/formula/python3 implies that 3.5 should be available
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
we're not actually installing python3, which would be problematic
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Okie dokie. I will add that.
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
just brew install python3 should do it
sorry, brew update then brew install python3
looks like you got it
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Crossing my fingers...
Might need oniguruma...
I've been considering making a buildbot on one of my servers to produce nightly builds of LimeText. One for each package manager / OS
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
that would be awesome
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
And, since we are an open source project, I should be able to produce static builds, with Qt linked in :)
On windows anyway. That would be unnecessary on Linux/OSX
O.o Travis died because it couldn't resolve github.com????
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
Yeah, saw that
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
Looks like we might have to try again later
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
looks like it worked (though Travis' status update script appears to be broken)
geir54
@geir54
Hi! Whats the status of this project now? Usable?
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
It works okay for very basic text editing
A lot of features are still missing or broken
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Did you guys know that brew collects analytics now onwards?
brew analytics off the way to turn it off
it eats a lot of time for my iterm2 to load
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Lame
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
well, to be fair to them, they want to understand how users use the s/w
@ricochet1k If there is anything simple to do for lime, do let me know
Harshit Garg
@theharshitgarg
Hello World
Shawn Abtey
@exostasis
Hi so i got the project built so i could see how everything works i see that when i hit space bar it doesn't read it and when i hit it a second time the program goes back to the terminal. Does this happen for anyone else? I'm using the lime-qml frontend in ubuntu 16.04
Lars Tørnes Hansen
@larsth

To me it looks like the website (limetext.org) hasn't been updated for a very long time. Last post in news was 2013 Dec 24.

I thougt that limetext had become a dead project, but I decided to look for a chat room, becaue I renembered that there was a Giiter thing. BTW it is the first time ever I am using Gitter.

UniverAlex
@FreshHead
Lars, same reasone for me =)
ShalokShalom
@ShalokShalom
hi there
@larsth Same here
Is any admin here? This looks claustrophobic: http://funkyimg.com/i/2nzyM.png
ShalokShalom
@ShalokShalom
I mean the image/screenshot and the first line here on the bottom - i think one line distance between them look fine :)
Francisco Manno
@fmanno
Hi, so as a result of some review comments for https://github.com/limetext/backend/pull/121/ I made several commits and had to rebase with latest changes in master... but now the pull request looks really bad... too many commits. What's the policy? Should I squash them?
I'm also thinking may I shouldn't have rebased?
Faruk Uzun
@farukuzun
Hi, i just compiled/installed lime, i'm using limeqml interface on arch linux, how can i install sublime plugins? also when i open python files i couldn't see any syntax highlighting, couldnt find anything in wiki or issues
barajas
@pylze
i have no idea how to install it tbh
ShalokShalom
@ShalokShalom
i think this room here is unmaintained
Drasko DRASKOVIC
@drasko
Hi, is the project still active?
sam
@sam0hack
not sure
hobenkr88
@hobenkr88
From what I've read it sounds like it's still active, just moving slowly because people are busy
xwizard
@xwizard
Hi
Are there any instructions how to build it on Windows?