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+# $Id$
+ icons \
+ mousepad \
+ po
+ rm -rf *.spec *.cache *~
+rpm: dist
+ rpmbuild -ta $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ @rm -f $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+desktopdir = $(datadir)/applications
+desktop_in_in_files = \
+desktop_in_files = $(
+ sed -e "s,\@libexecdir\@,$(libexecdir),g" < $< > $@
+desktop_DATA = $(
+ \
+ \
+ \
+ $(desktop_in_in_files)
+ intltool-extract \
+ intltool-merge \
+ intltool-update \
+ $(desktop_in_files) \
+ $(desktop_DATA)
+ --enable-gtk-doc
+# vi:set ts=8 sw=8 noet ai nocindent syntax=automake:
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+[Desktop Entry]
+_Comment=Simple Text Editor
+_GenericName=Text Editor
+Exec=Mousepad %F
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+Mousepad 0.3.x
+New core features:
+ - Everything is written in GObjects.
+ - Run multiple windows in one instance.
+ - Tab support.
+ - Loading multiple files at once (in new tabs). Both multiple
+ select in the open dialog and by using the command line is supported.
+ - Hidden settings
+ - Set the recent menu limit.
+ - Support for editable menu accelerators.
+ - Using MMAP for loading files.
+ - Items in the recent menu are removed when Mousepad was unable
+ to open it.
+Bug that can be closed:
+ 2941 - Save button is now default response in the dialog.
+ 2720 - No font is set as long the user doesn't defined any.
+ 1697 - No compiler warnings.
+ 2945 - Windows geometry is now properly saved.
+ 2896 - Hidden option to show to full path in the window title.
+ 2397 - Basic command line options.
+ 2786 - The MousepadPreferences object uses XfceRc for saving the settings.
+ 2784 - No crashes when there is no rc file.
+Bug that won't be fixed:
+ 956 - Xfce About dialog. This allows us to depend on libxfcegui4 for one
+ dialog, so we're going to do that and use the Gtk about dialog.
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+- Interface
+ - Implement the Go menu and acceleartors.
+ - Dialog when closing multiple (modified) tabs.
+ - Statusbar (not a priority).
+ - Right-click menu for the tab label.
+ - Credits dialog.
+ - Change tabs position.
+- Text View
+ - Search and Replace. Maybe also text highlighting.
+ - GObject for undo/redo that is used by MousepadView.
+ - Support for encoding.
+- Saving and loading
+ - Save All option.
+ - Reload option. Maybe also stat the source file when switching
+ tabs and tell the user if the source was modified.
+- Other
+ - Implement Gtk print support.
+ - Maybe add support for gtksourceview and/or gtkspell.
+- Testing
+ - Profiling the startup time.
+ - Profiling loading large files (Gtk has a problem here). This also
+ locks some dialogs.
+ - Checking for memory leaks.
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+# $Id$
+# Copyright (c) 2007
+# The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.
+(type xdt-autogen) >/dev/null 2>&1 || {
+ cat >&2 <<EOF You don't seem to have the Xfce development tools installed on
+ your system, which are required to build this software.
+ Please install the xfce4-dev-tools package first, it is available
+ from
+ exit 1
+# verify that po/LINGUAS is present
+(test -f po/LINGUAS) >/dev/null 2>&1 || {
+ cat >&2 <<EOF The file po/LINGUAS could not be found. Please check your snapshot
+ or try to checkout again.
+ exit 1
+# substitute
+linguas=`sed -e '/^#/d' po/LINGUAS`
+revision=`LC_ALL=C svn info | awk '/^Revision: / {printf "%d\n", $2}'`
+sed -e "s/@LINGUAS@/${linguas}/g" \
+ -e "s/@REVISION@/${revision}/g" \
+ < "" > ""
+exec xdt-autogen $@
+# vi:set ts=2 sw=2 et ai:
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