Re: [Evolution-hackers] HTML composer as a standalone program?

2007-11-30 Thread Zan Lynx

On Thu, 2007-11-29 at 17:35 -0700, Zan Lynx wrote:

 Someone needs to go and fix Evo so it properly converts amp; to 
 inside HREF attributes again.  It's been broken this whole release.  I
 hate having to save the email to disk and reopen it from Firefox in
 order to properly use the links in some emails.

Boy am I embarrassed.  It must have got fixed in 2.12.2 because it works
now.

Sorry about that.
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] HTML composer as a standalone program?

2007-11-29 Thread Zan Lynx

On Sun, 2007-11-25 at 13:22 -0500, Matthew Barnes wrote:
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 Evolution merely wraps GtkHTML's Bonobo-based HTML editor with
 additional buttons and menus that make it suitable as an email composer.
 There's a simple standalone test program in GtkHTML under
 components/html-editor/test_editor that may serve as a starting point
 for your needs.

I believe Evolution uses its very own fork of GtkHTML, as I discover
each time I try to file a bug against GtkHTML and get told its an
Evolution-only bug.

Someone needs to go and fix Evo so it properly converts amp; to 
inside HREF attributes again.  It's been broken this whole release.  I
hate having to save the email to disk and reopen it from Firefox in
order to properly use the links in some emails.
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] HTML composer as a standalone program?

2007-11-29 Thread Sankar P

On Thu, 2007-11-29 at 17:35 -0700, Zan Lynx wrote:
 On Sun, 2007-11-25 at 13:22 -0500, Matthew Barnes wrote:
 [cut]
  Evolution merely wraps GtkHTML's Bonobo-based HTML editor with
  additional buttons and menus that make it suitable as an email composer.
  There's a simple standalone test program in GtkHTML under
  components/html-editor/test_editor that may serve as a starting point
  for your needs.
 
 I believe Evolution uses its very own fork of GtkHTML, as I discover
 each time I try to file a bug against GtkHTML and get told its an
 Evolution-only bug.


Only if you copy and paste, you will have this problem. Just click on
the link. It will open correctly.

 
 Someone needs to go and fix Evo so it properly converts amp; to 
 inside HREF attributes again.  It's been broken this whole release.  I
 hate having to save the email to disk and reopen it from Firefox in
 order to properly use the links in some emails.
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] HTML composer as a standalone program?

2007-11-25 Thread Matthew Barnes
On Sat, 2007-11-24 at 21:21 -0800, Dan Stromberg wrote:
 Evolution has a pretty nice HTML e-mail composition window.
 
 I've been dreaming of having an HTML editor that would work basically
 like that, so I could point diehard microsoft word fans at and say
 See, HTML works fine for editing most documents - it's the conversion
 process from word to HTML and back that's flawed.
 
 What would it take to make a standalone HTML editor out of evolution's
 HTML e-mail composition component?

Evolution merely wraps GtkHTML's Bonobo-based HTML editor with
additional buttons and menus that make it suitable as an email composer.
There's a simple standalone test program in GtkHTML under
components/html-editor/test_editor that may serve as a starting point
for your needs.

I also have a GtkHTML branch called mbarnes-composer where I'm
attempting to create an identical GtkWidget-based HTML editor that can
be extended using GtkUIManager instead of Bonobo.

The GtkWidget-based editor is not yet complete, but I do have a working
test program under components/editor/gtkhtml-editor-test.

Matthew Barnes

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[Evolution-hackers] HTML composer as a standalone program?

2007-11-24 Thread Dan Stromberg
Evolution has a pretty nice HTML e-mail composition window.

I've been dreaming of having an HTML editor that would work basically
like that, so I could point diehard microsoft word fans at and say
See, HTML works fine for editing most documents - it's the conversion
process from word to HTML and back that's flawed.

What would it take to make a standalone HTML editor out of evolution's
HTML e-mail composition component?

Thanks!
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