Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Angus Leeming
On Wednesday 07 March 2001 18:08, Allan Rae wrote: On Wed, 7 Mar 2001, Angus Leeming wrote: Does the fact that "boost::scoped_ptrs" etc are now appearing everywhere mean that we are now using namespaces officially and that I can write (for example): namespace frontends { namespace

credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
Hi, Could someone check and/or apply this patch: it moves credits to frontends. If ok, the following files can be removed: forms/credits_form.fd src/credits.[Ch] src/credits_form.[Ch] Thanks, Ed. credits.diff.gz

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Angus Leeming
On Thursday 08 March 2001 09:37, Andre Poenitz wrote: namespace citation { class ControlCitation : public ControlCommand Isn't one of the ideas of namespaces that instead of citation::ControlCitation citation::GUICitation one could use shorter names like

Re: elsart.layout

2001-03-08 Thread Alain Castera
Hi Andreas. I already posted this layout (template) to the lyx list. you can find it (together with some modifications/improvement I guess) on : http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/ and searching for elsart. You will find that it is not a full layout, just a few tricks to

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
And if we're still in that interim #ifdef CXX_HAS_NAMESPACES namespace citation #endif Ok... if people use compilers without namespace support we'll certainly get into trouble if we rely on them... Question is: What compilers do people use and what features do these compilers support? In

mathed48.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
Preliminary changes without real impact. Next step is toa ctually use the new MathedRowContainer::insert method instead of the handmade linking in the "clients"... Andre' -- Andr Pnitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: ChangeLog

question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
...in forms/form1.fd (and src/form1.[Ch]) is a "figure" dialog which appears to be already in frontends : form_graphics.fd. Someone knows the story on this? gr.ed.

RE: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Edwin Leuven wrote: ...in forms/form1.fd (and src/form1.[Ch]) is a "figure" dialog which appears to be already in frontends : form_graphics.fd. Someone knows the story on this? Well this is doomed to vanish as soon as we have a working InsetGraphics, for which the

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Andre" == Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: And if we're still in that interim #ifdef CXX_HAS_NAMESPACES namespace citation #endif Andre Ok... if people use compilers without namespace support we'll Andre certainly get into trouble if we rely on them... Andre Question is: What

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
I don't think you should spend time to move this to GUII! ok. So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch here? Thanks, Ed.

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Edwin" == Edwin Leuven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I don't think you should spend time to move this to GUII! Edwin ok. Edwin So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix Edwin the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch Edwin here? I think they can be set

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
If we decide to do so, I can compile with gcc 2.8.1 from time to time to check that it still works. Having namespaces can be really nice... it took me a while to arrive at this conclusion but I am a convinced "namespacer" by now... Andre In the Linux world, I'd say 2.95 and later is usable

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Andre" == Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Andre Good idea... Would you do that? Andre PS: Anybody betting how Lars would vote? ;-) I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase on the question looks like. JMarc

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase | on the question looks like. "ukase"?? Lgb

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
| I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase | on the question looks like. "ukase"?? Maybe it's not the proper plural... I'd vote for 'ukases' in English and 'ukasi' in Russian. In German 'Ukase' is certainly an acceptable abbreviation for 'edicts of the Czar' ;-)

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Angus Leeming
On Thursday 08 March 2001 09:37, Edwin Leuven wrote: Hi, Could someone check and/or apply this patch: it moves credits to frontends. If ok, the following files can be removed: forms/credits_form.fd src/credits.[Ch] src/credits_form.[Ch] Thanks, Ed. Looks good! Shall I take

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
Looks good! Shall I take responsibility for testing and committing this? You have my blessing son ;-)

mathed49.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
And now use the new insert ... Looks like we could use a compiler generated copy constructor for MathMatrixInset really soon now... Andre' -- Andr Pnitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: math_matrixinset.C

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Andre" == Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase | on the question looks like. "ukase"?? Andre Maybe it's not the proper plural... It was not meant to be plural, anyway. Andre I'd vote for 'ukases' in English and

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Edwin Leuven wrote: Looks good! Shall I take responsibility for testing and committing this? You have my blessing son ;-) Well then go for it! Jrgen -- -._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._ Dr. Jrgen VignaE-Mail: [EMAIL

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Andre Poenitz wrote: PS: Anybody betting how Lars would vote? ;-) Well I bet 1 cent he want's to wait till all have upgraded their compilers ;P Jrgen -- -._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._ Dr. Jrgen VignaE-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Edwin" == Edwin Leuven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Edwin Could someone check and/or apply this patch: it moves credits Edwin to frontends. Do you have a plan for handling the bold/italics styles in the file? If they are really a problem, we could just decide the remove them. JMarc

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Edwin So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix Edwin the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch Edwin here? I think they can be set from Preferences. The global settings maybe, but we still need the form

POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, In a search for a small task to be done besides my other assignments, I had a look at the current option handling and re-implemented it more versatile in a way, that is handles long options more flexible (understands GNU-like long options like --dbg or old (non-POSIX conformant) options

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Juergen Vigna [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | On 08-Mar-2001 Andre Poenitz wrote: | | PS: Anybody betting how Lars would vote? ;-) | | Well I bet 1 cent he want's to wait till all have upgraded their | compilers ;P For me is gcc 3.0 the turning point. That compiler is roumored to compile the

Re: POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Henner Zeller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | Hi, | | In a search for a small task to be done besides my other assignments, I | had a look at the current option handling and re-implemented it more | versatile in a way, that is handles long options more flexible | (understands GNU-like long options

Re: POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, On 8 Mar 2001, Lars Gullik Bjnnes wrote: LGBn| Did you have a look at the command line parser proposed for use in LGBn| Boost:: ? Err .. no .. is there an URL I can look at ? ciao, -hen

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
Do you have a plan for handling the bold/italics styles in the file? If they are really a problem, we could just decide the remove them. I am not sure what you mean. The xforms dialog apparantly supports it. Do you mean wether or not we should keep it? Ed.

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Edwin" == Edwin Leuven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Do you have a plan for handling the bold/italics styles in the file? If they are really a problem, we could just decide the remove them. Edwin I am not sure what you mean. The xforms dialog apparantly Edwin supports it. Do you mean wether or

Re: POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Henner Zeller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | Hi, | On 8 Mar 2001, Lars Gullik Bjnnes wrote: | LGBn| Did you have a look at the command line parser proposed for use in | LGBn| Boost:: ? | | Err .. no .. is there an URL I can look at ? Err .. no .. perhaps .. Not this

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
I was just wondering how whether the other frontends should honor this and how. Maybe not a very interesting problem... In Qt it is easy to keep this... PS: and of course, I added you to the CREDITS file :) Yet another shot at immortality ;-) gr.ed.

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Edwin" == Edwin Leuven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Edwin In Qt it is easy to keep this... BTW, is the Qt2 frontend Qt only, or really KDE2? JMarc

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
BTW, is the Qt2 frontend Qt only, or really KDE2? Qt2 only (which I think is to be preferred for LyX, minimizing the dependencies and maximizing a quick and easy install). gr.ed.

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Edwin" == Edwin Leuven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Edwin Qt2 only (which I think is to be preferred for LyX, minimizing Edwin the dependencies and maximizing a quick and easy install). Agreed. JMarc

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
HI, update: Lars, looks good now in current CVS - the only leak left, as you noted is the following - and yes, it is not easy to fix. | #-- Leak: counted 19x / total Size: 224 | 0x80c09f3 is in flyx_ident_extract(char const *) (lyx_gui_misc.C:209). | 208 | 209 char * sb =

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Henner" == Henner Zeller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Henner HI, update: Lars, looks good now in current CVS - the only Henner leak left, as you noted is the following - and yes, it is not Henner easy to fix. And if you load a file? JMarc

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, On 8 Mar 2001, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: | And if you load a file? ~/bin/LeakCheck ./src/lyx -x lyx-quit /usr/share/lyx/doc/UserGuide.lyx yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 Bytes), but only in the formula stuff which is currenly worked on, so expected

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Henner" == Henner Zeller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Henner yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places Henner (total 25716 Bytes), but only in the formula stuff which is Henner currenly worked on, so expected to be fixed someday. Other Henner than that: look pretty good! That's

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, Update.. On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Henner Zeller wrote: HZ| yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 HZ| Bytes), for overall 2'272'211 allocations in LyX and maximum memory used in parallel 760 kBytes this is a not too bad ratio :-/ ciao, -hen

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
For me namespaces is "Go! Go!", exceptions must still wait a bit (exceptions will also mean a lot of changes in lyx code). Ok... although I do not want to sprinkle mathed with 'mathed::' already, I'd like to reserve 'mathed::' (or maybe 'math::') for mathed related stuff. I.e. I would not

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 Bytes), but only in the formula stuff which is currenly worked on, so expected to be fixed someday. We are currently not doing _any_ clean up when destroying a MathedArray. except the release of the vector itself. The

Re: character dialog bug

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"John" == John Levon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: John In John https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detailaid=233236group_id=15212atid=115212 John Michael points out that the size is toggled with default despite John the claims of the dialog. John Who is wrong, the dialog or the

mathed50.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
Remove handcrafted copy constructor and destructor for MathMatrixInset. Andre' -- Andr Pnitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: ChangeLog === RCS file:

Re: Blackboard patch

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
"Stephen" == Stephen Reindl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Stephen The following patch allowes users which have included the Stephen ams-symbol pfb fonts into their X-fontpath to view and edit Stephen \mathbb (blackboard) characters. Stephen If the msbm10.pbf-font is not in your fontpath or you

Last call for 1.1.6fix2 (status update #4)

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Hello, Appended as usual is a list of what has been fixed since 1.1.6fix1. My plan is to release 1.1.6fix2 soon (tomorriw?). So if you think some things should be done first, say it NOW! Please tell me what are the open bugs you consider important for 1.1.6fix2. Also tell me if I forgot some

Patches to make 1t2 compile

2001-03-08 Thread Denis Perchine
Hello, I just created some patches to make lyx from HEAD compile with qt2 frontend. Other files than patch should be added to src/frontends/qt2 dir. Please apply this to CVS. Please CC me, I am not on the list. -- Sincerely Yours, Denis Perchine -- E-Mail:

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Henner Zeller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | Hi, | On 8 Mar 2001, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: | | And if you load a file? | | ~/bin/LeakCheck ./src/lyx -x lyx-quit /usr/share/lyx/doc/UserGuide.lyx | | yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 | Bytes), but only in the

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | Would you mind if somebody asked on the users' list what compilers people | are using? Certainly not. Lgb

CJK-LyX-1.1.6

2001-03-08 Thread cghan
Dear CJK-LyX users, CJK-LyX-1.1.6 and CJK-LyX-1.1.6fix1 come out at last (months late!). You can get them at the usual ftp site, ftp://stone.phys.pusan.ac.kr/pub/CJK-LyX Beware that this version of CJK-LyX, contrary to the previous ones, has the following problems which can be itchy:

Re: Menu Separator aka lyxarrow

2001-03-08 Thread John Weiss
On Tue, Mar 06, 2001 at 01:17:25PM -0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 6 Mar 2001, John Levon wrote: Why do we have this ? It seems a bit ad hoc. Is it just for the convenience of the doc writers or something ? Put on your asbestos suit! John Weiss is going to hunt you down and smack

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Allan Rae
On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Juergen Vigna wrote: On 08-Mar-2001 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Edwin So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix Edwin the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch Edwin here? I think they can be set from Preferences. The

Compilation with gcc-3.0

2001-03-08 Thread Roger W . Brown
Hi, I am not able to build recent CVS lyx sources using CVS versions of gcc-3.0, libstdc++-v3 and glibc-2.2.2 and linux-2.4.2. To me, the problem seems to be a g++/libstdc++ error, rather than a LyX problem. Before I begin a long debugging session, it would be a considerable

mathed51.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
Small stuff. -- Andr Pnitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: ChangeLog === RCS file: /usr/local/lyx/cvsroot/lyx-devel/src/mathed/ChangeLog,v retrieving revision 1.59 diff -u -p -r1.59 ChangeLog

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Angus Leeming
On Wednesday 07 March 2001 18:08, Allan Rae wrote: > On Wed, 7 Mar 2001, Angus Leeming wrote: > > > Does the fact that "boost::scoped_ptrs" etc are now appearing everywhere mean > > that we are now using namespaces officially and that I can write (for > > example): > > > > namespace frontends {

credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
Hi, Could someone check and/or apply this patch: it moves credits to frontends. If ok, the following files can be removed: forms/credits_form.fd src/credits.[Ch] src/credits_form.[Ch] Thanks, Ed. credits.diff.gz

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Angus Leeming
On Thursday 08 March 2001 09:37, Andre Poenitz wrote: > > namespace citation { > > > > class ControlCitation : public ControlCommand > > Isn't one of the ideas of namespaces that instead of > > citation::ControlCitation > citation::GUICitation > > one could use shorter names like >

Re: elsart.layout

2001-03-08 Thread Alain Castera
Hi Andreas. I already posted this layout (template) to the lyx list. you can find it (together with some modifications/improvement I guess) on : http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/ and searching for elsart. You will find that it is not a full layout, just a few tricks to

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
> And if we're still in that interim > > #ifdef CXX_HAS_NAMESPACES > namespace citation > #endif Ok... if people use compilers without namespace support we'll certainly get into trouble if we rely on them... Question is: What compilers do people use and what features do these compilers

mathed48.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
Preliminary changes without real impact. Next step is toa ctually use the new MathedRowContainer::insert method instead of the handmade linking in the "clients"... Andre' -- André Pönitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: ChangeLog

question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
...in forms/form1.fd (and src/form1.[Ch]) is a "figure" dialog which appears to be already in frontends : form_graphics.fd. Someone knows the story on this? gr.ed.

RE: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Edwin Leuven wrote: > ...in forms/form1.fd (and src/form1.[Ch]) is a "figure" dialog which appears > to be already in frontends : form_graphics.fd. > > Someone knows the story on this? Well this is doomed to vanish as soon as we have a working InsetGraphics, for which the

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Andre" == Andre Poenitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: >> And if we're still in that interim >> >> #ifdef CXX_HAS_NAMESPACES namespace citation #endif Andre> Ok... if people use compilers without namespace support we'll Andre> certainly get into trouble if we rely on them... Andre>

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
> I don't think you should spend time to move this to GUII! ok. So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch here? Thanks, Ed.

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Edwin" == Edwin Leuven <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: >> I don't think you should spend time to move this to GUII! Edwin> ok. Edwin> So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix Edwin> the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch Edwin> here? I think they

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
> If we decide to do so, I can compile with gcc 2.8.1 from > time to time to check that it still works. Having namespaces can be really nice... it took me a while to arrive at this conclusion but I am a convinced "namespacer" by now... > Andre> In the Linux world, I'd say 2.95 and later is

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Andre" == Andre Poenitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Andre> Good idea... Would you do that? Andre> PS: Anybody betting how Lars would vote? ;-) I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase on the question looks like. JMarc

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase | on the question looks like. "ukase"?? Lgb

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
> | I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase > | on the question looks like. > > "ukase"?? Maybe it's not the proper plural... I'd vote for 'ukases' in English and 'ukasi' in Russian. In German 'Ukase' is certainly an acceptable abbreviation for 'edicts of the Czar' ;-)

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Angus Leeming
On Thursday 08 March 2001 09:37, Edwin Leuven wrote: > > Hi, > > Could someone check and/or apply this patch: it moves credits to frontends. > > If ok, the following files can be removed: > > forms/credits_form.fd > src/credits.[Ch] > src/credits_form.[Ch] > > Thanks, Ed. Looks good! Shall

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
> Looks good! Shall I take responsibility for testing and committing this? You have my blessing son ;-)

mathed49.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
And now use the new insert ... Looks like we could use a compiler generated copy constructor for MathMatrixInset really soon now... Andre' -- André Pönitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: math_matrixinset.C

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Andre" == Andre Poenitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: >> | I guess the two questions are related. Let's see how Lars' ukase >> | on the question looks like. >> >> "ukase"?? Andre> Maybe it's not the proper plural... It was not meant to be plural, anyway. Andre> I'd vote for 'ukases' in

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Edwin Leuven wrote: >> Looks good! Shall I take responsibility for testing and committing this? > You have my blessing son ;-) Well then go for it! Jürgen -- -._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._ Dr. Jürgen VignaE-Mail: [EMAIL

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Andre Poenitz wrote: > PS: Anybody betting how Lars would vote? ;-) Well I bet 1 cent he want's to wait till all have upgraded their compilers ;P Jürgen -- -._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._-._ Dr. Jürgen VignaE-Mail: [EMAIL

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Edwin" == Edwin Leuven <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Edwin> Could someone check and/or apply this patch: it moves credits Edwin> to frontends. Do you have a plan for handling the bold/italics styles in the file? If they are really a problem, we could just decide the remove them. JMarc

Re: question about graphics dialog

2001-03-08 Thread Juergen Vigna
On 08-Mar-2001 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > Edwin> So what is left to be moved? The spellchecker? In the matrix > Edwin> the spellchecker options are marked "obsolete?" Whats the catch > Edwin> here? > > I think they can be set from Preferences. The global settings maybe, but we still need

POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, In a search for a small task to be done besides my other assignments, I had a look at the current option handling and re-implemented it more versatile in a way, that is handles long options more flexible (understands GNU-like long options like --dbg or old (non-POSIX conformant) options

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Juergen Vigna <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | On 08-Mar-2001 Andre Poenitz wrote: | | > PS: Anybody betting how Lars would vote? ;-) | | Well I bet 1 cent he want's to wait till all have upgraded their | compilers ;P For me is gcc 3.0 the turning point. That compiler is roumored to compile the

Re: POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Henner Zeller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | Hi, | | In a search for a small task to be done besides my other assignments, I | had a look at the current option handling and re-implemented it more | versatile in a way, that is handles long options more flexible | (understands GNU-like long

Re: POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, On 8 Mar 2001, Lars Gullik Bjønnes wrote: LGBn| Did you have a look at the command line parser proposed for use in LGBn| Boost:: ? Err .. no .. is there an URL I can look at ? ciao, -hen

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
> Do you have a plan for handling the bold/italics styles in the file? > If they are really a problem, we could just decide the remove them. I am not sure what you mean. The xforms dialog apparantly supports it. Do you mean wether or not we should keep it? Ed.

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Edwin" == Edwin Leuven <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: >> Do you have a plan for handling the bold/italics styles in the >> file? If they are really a problem, we could just decide the remove >> them. Edwin> I am not sure what you mean. The xforms dialog apparantly Edwin> supports it. Do you

Re: POSIX option handling

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Henner Zeller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | Hi, | On 8 Mar 2001, Lars Gullik Bjønnes wrote: | LGBn| Did you have a look at the command line parser proposed for use in | LGBn| Boost:: ? | | Err .. no .. is there an URL I can look at ? Err .. no .. perhaps .. Not this

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
> I was just wondering how whether the other frontends should honor this > and how. Maybe not a very interesting problem... In Qt it is easy to keep this... > PS: and of course, I added you to the CREDITS file :) Yet another shot at immortality ;-) gr.ed.

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Edwin" == Edwin Leuven <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Edwin> In Qt it is easy to keep this... BTW, is the Qt2 frontend Qt only, or really KDE2? JMarc

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Edwin Leuven
> BTW, is the Qt2 frontend Qt only, or really KDE2? Qt2 only (which I think is to be preferred for LyX, minimizing the dependencies and maximizing a quick and easy install). gr.ed.

Re: credits

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Edwin" == Edwin Leuven <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Edwin> Qt2 only (which I think is to be preferred for LyX, minimizing Edwin> the dependencies and maximizing a quick and easy install). Agreed. JMarc

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
HI, update: Lars, looks good now in current CVS - the only leak left, as you noted is the following - and yes, it is not easy to fix. | #-- Leak: counted 19x / total Size: 224 | 0x80c09f3 is in flyx_ident_extract(char const *) (lyx_gui_misc.C:209). | 208 | 209 char * sb =

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Henner" == Henner Zeller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Henner> HI, update: Lars, looks good now in current CVS - the only Henner> leak left, as you noted is the following - and yes, it is not Henner> easy to fix. And if you load a file? JMarc

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, On 8 Mar 2001, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: | And if you load a file? ~/bin/LeakCheck ./src/lyx -x lyx-quit /usr/share/lyx/doc/UserGuide.lyx yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 Bytes), but only in the formula stuff which is currenly worked on, so expected

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Henner" == Henner Zeller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Henner> yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places Henner> (total 25716 Bytes), but only in the formula stuff which is Henner> currenly worked on, so expected to be fixed someday. Other Henner> than that: look pretty good!

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Henner Zeller
Hi, Update.. On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Henner Zeller wrote: HZ| yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 HZ| Bytes), for overall 2'272'211 allocations in LyX and maximum memory used in parallel 760 kBytes this is a not too bad ratio :-/ ciao, -hen

Re: namespaces

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
> For me namespaces is "Go! Go!", exceptions must still wait a bit > (exceptions will also mean a lot of changes in lyx code). Ok... although I do not want to sprinkle mathed with 'mathed::' already, I'd like to reserve 'mathed::' (or maybe 'math::') for mathed related stuff. I.e. I would not

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
> yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 > Bytes), but only in the formula stuff which is currenly worked on, so > expected to be fixed someday. We are currently not doing _any_ clean up when destroying a MathedArray. except the release of the vector itself. The

Re: character dialog bug

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "John" == John Levon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: John> In John> https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail=233236_id=15212=115212 John> Michael points out that the size is toggled with default despite John> the claims of the dialog. John> Who is wrong, the dialog or the

mathed50.diff

2001-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
Remove handcrafted copy constructor and destructor for MathMatrixInset. Andre' -- André Pönitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Index: ChangeLog === RCS file:

Re: Blackboard patch

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Stephen" == Stephen Reindl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Stephen> The following patch allowes users which have included the Stephen> ams-symbol pfb fonts into their X-fontpath to view and edit Stephen> \mathbb (blackboard) characters. Stephen> If the msbm10.pbf-font is not in your fontpath

Last call for 1.1.6fix2 (status update #4)

2001-03-08 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Hello, Appended as usual is a list of what has been fixed since 1.1.6fix1. My plan is to release 1.1.6fix2 soon (tomorriw?). So if you think some things should be done first, say it NOW! Please tell me what are the open bugs you consider important for 1.1.6fix2. Also tell me if I forgot some

Patches to make 1t2 compile

2001-03-08 Thread Denis Perchine
Hello, I just created some patches to make lyx from HEAD compile with qt2 frontend. Other files than patch should be added to src/frontends/qt2 dir. Please apply this to CVS. Please CC me, I am not on the list. -- Sincerely Yours, Denis Perchine -- E-Mail:

Re: Some small memory leaks ..

2001-03-08 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
Henner Zeller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | Hi, | On 8 Mar 2001, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: | | And if you load a file? | | ~/bin/LeakCheck ./src/lyx -x lyx-quit /usr/share/lyx/doc/UserGuide.lyx | | yields, ahem, several (425) leaks at 39 different places (total 25716 | Bytes), but only in

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