[texworks] Compiling with mingw32
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Wed May 26 11:18:11 CEST 2010
Thinking more of ">If you're talking about posting new
_experimental_ builds on GC"
So that things get thrashed a bit.
On 26 May 2010 19:47, Stefan Löffler <st.loeffler at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Paul,
> Am 2010-05-25 15:04, schrieb Paul A Norman:
>> Thanks for that. [...]
>> I just did another clean make process, and sat watching the /release
>> folder and my eyes nearly popped out when I saw TexWorks.exe appear!
> Great! (that it worked, not that your eyes nearly popped out ;))
>> For a "sheltered" :) Windows programmer, this has been a worthwhile
>> learning curve. I am much more interested now in looking
>> into/learning Qt C++ cross platform open source programming should
>> time be available to me.
>> My fist impressions are of how clean and well layed-out the TeXWorks
>> C++ files are, very easy to follow, compared to some I have looked
>> into. Learning while looking at an application I am coming to know
>> well should be helpful.
> Cool, the more programmers there are, the better :).
> Re. the source structure, it's pretty good, but there's always some room
> for improvement ;). This will probably be necessary to exploit when
> we're heading for project support, but there's some time until then.
>> If I am making .ui type scripts, what sort of timetable are we on for
>> general releases to be showing that functionality please?
> What kind of timetable are you talking about?
> If you're talking about posting new _experimental_ builds on GC that
> have the ui functions included, it's up to Jonathan and when he finds
> some time to build and upload those.
> If you're talking about a _stable_ release, this will probably be tied
> to the TL release schedule. I'm not sure when TL'10 will be released,
> but I guess it's sometime in summer or early fall. And until then, we
> should have scripting completed and tested ;).
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