On 12 Sep., 19:23, Francois <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks Ronny,
> Whaooo ! feels sweet ...
> What do you mean by a rich vim api (vim is my editor of choice with
> pida) ?
the current vim api is based on vims remote protocol
its VERY limited
ali is experimenting with the integration of dbus/grpc for better apis
> Any idea of the 0.6 release date ?
since none of us can work on pida full-time we leave it at the usual
'its done when its done'
> Thank you all developers for your amazing work !
> > We are here:
> > * Projects are vellum files now
> > * The plugin system is largely reworked
> > * rope got integrated , we got dynamic python analysis
> > * anyvc gets extracted and more unittests
> > * native hg support
> > * Javier Derderian (author of bzr-gedit) is taking a look into
> > adding native bzr support
> > * finally initial tests for git (it will need tonns of hacks to get
> > the bastard named git scripted reliably)
> > * better subversion support, still non-native tho
> > * various ui and option enhancements
> > * initial works on new autocompletion apis
> > * save start mode where unsave options are replaced by defaults
> > * kill all options start mode, where pida kills all saved options and
> > replaces them by defaults
> > * we are looking into a rich vim api for better integration
> > We want to finish the following before releasing 0.6
> > * finalize vellum integration
> > * finalize anyvc extraction
> > * MORE unittests in anyvc
> > * fixing more bugs from launchpad/trac
> > * integrate rope refactoring
> > More things will probably come up.
> > > Can't wait to have some good news ...
> > > Anyway keep going, your work is excellent
> > > Francois
> > Regards Ronny
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