On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 6:27 PM, Bill Gray <pl...@projectpluto.com> wrote:
> Some quick comments... > > I've been meaning to look into the bitbucket mirror. As you may know, > I've "managed" Win32a by doing development on my machine and uploading > a .zip file every now and then. This works, but it's conceivable that > putting it on bitbucket might draw in some development effort. Recently I found it more enjoyable to hack on GitHub. The Bitbucket makes sense if you're using Mercurial, which was my favorite Python toy up to now. Do you have a table with comparison of win32a port goodies with >> everything else? >> > > That is probably something I should put together. Most of the > differences > are described at http://www.projectpluto.com/win32a.htm . I _think_ > combining > this with the other flavors (SDL, OS/2, DOS, console Win32, etc.) will just > be a matter of recompiling -- backward compatibility has been a top > priority > -- but must admit it's been a while since I tried doing that. Just doing > that > gets you some of the Win32a features, such as better SLK support, and > leaves > you well-positioned to add things such as overlined, dimmed, italic, > bold, > and struck-out text. > That table will be very cool stuff to have. I am certain that people will be willing to send pull requests on GitHub as soon as they will see a missing info that they can fill. -- anatoly t.