[texworks] Windows builds
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 00:01:25 CEST 2010
No need to appologise I am sure Jonathan, please just let us know -
for myself if I know you're going to be stalled or are stalled, then I
can reschedule what I am doing, I am 75% through the colour dialogue,
95% way through revamping other scripts, but waiting to know where
Scripting things are headed before I commit more time,
Can we yet get script basic file handling into 0.4 if it has not come
out yet please?
Or can there be a wider discussion on what is really worth focussing
on for 0.4 if your time is limited?
When I read Helge's question: "On the other hand I am curious too, if
there is still development with TW?" - I thought well may be thats it
But then to hear that there had been a presentation on Tw scripting at
TUG and no news at all here for so long, just left me deflated and
actually a bit confused about it all.
With out cultivation the Tw team flounders.
On 12 October 2010 00:55, Jonathan Kew <jfkthame at googlemail.com> wrote:
> There's been nothing new to announce, because I have been too preoccupied with work and various family issues to spend any time on TW in recent months. I had hoped to get a version 0.4 release ready for TL'10, but was not able to find the time, so it's still pending.
> Thus, there are a number of open issues and patches that are awaiting attention/review, and I apologize for the delay.
> On 11 Oct 2010, at 12:47, Paul A Norman wrote:
>> No and I find it disturniong that ther appear tyo have been no
>> announcemnts here.
>> Whats going on?
>> On 12 October 2010 00:04, Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at me.com> wrote:
>>> Le 11 oct. 2010 à 11:51, Paul A Norman a écrit :
>>>> I was also wondering what things of the scripting requests have
>>>> finally "gone in", I have been completely holding back from doing any
>>>> more at all waiting for clarity on the last year and a half's talk on
>>>> that stuff.
>>> Have you looked at Jonathan's talk at TUG 2010, where he describes scripting in detail?
>>> Lots of other interesting stuff too:
>>> If you're interested in the history of TeX, don't miss the panel discussion (penultimate video) and, especially if you like taking a pun at Apple, Don Knuth's announcement (last video).
>>> Bruno Voisin
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