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Rugxulo(R)

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17.08.2007, 06:28
(edited by Rugxulo, 17.08.2007, 06:39)
 

FTE version 0.50.1 available (Announce)

Denis Andrianov recently ported the latest (CVS?) version of the FTE (Folding Text Editor), 0.50.1, to DOS / DJGPP. The release date was 26 May 2007.

Website: http://www.student.unimelb.edu.au/denisa/fte.htm

Steve(R)

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17.08.2007, 09:03

@ Rugxulo

FTE version 0.50.1 available

> Denis Andrianov recently ported the latest (CVS?) version of the FTE
> (Folding Text Editor), 0.50.1, to DOS / DJGPP. The release date was 26 May
> 2007.
>
> Website: http://www.student.unimelb.edu.au/denisa/fte.htm

It's based on fte-20051115 source:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=943&package_id=941

Denis tells me he has made minor changes and added better syntax highlighting for LaTeX files.

rr(R)

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Berlin, Germany,
17.08.2007, 09:29

@ Steve

FTE version 0.50.1 available

> It's based on fte-20051115 source:
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=943&package_id=941

It's been a while ago, but CVS version should still build using DJGPP.

Steve(R)

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17.08.2007, 10:34

@ rr

FTE version 0.50.1 available

> > It's based on fte-20051115 source:
> >
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=943&package_id=941
>
> It's been a while ago, but CVS version should still build using DJGPP.

Right. That's what Denis used.

rr(R)

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Berlin, Germany,
17.08.2007, 10:40

@ Steve

FTE version 0.50.1 available

> > It's been a while ago, but CVS version should still build using DJGPP.
>
> Right. That's what Denis used.

That's a little unclear to me: Did Denis use DJGPP (What else? :-D) or fte-20051115 or current CVS?

Steve(R)

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17.08.2007, 12:49

@ rr

FTE version 0.50.1 available

> > > It's been a while ago, but CVS version should still build using DJGPP.
> >
> > Right. That's what Denis used.
>
> That's a little unclear to me: Did Denis use DJGPP (What else? :-D) or
> fte-20051115 or current CVS?

Right again, I was unclear. Maybe better (!) this time. v50.1 is fte-20051115 compiled with djgpp. There is later CVS, which I have not examined. But I did read the log entries, and they indicate only an _earlier_ addition of more support for Borland C++, nothing anywhere about any change in usability of djgpp.

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