www.devel.lyx.org

1999-09-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
I get a '403 access forbidden'. Is that intented? Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz, Fakultaet fuer Mathematik [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... +49 3727 58 1381

Re: lyx devel works :)

1999-09-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
I'd be glad to know what real priorities are. Ohem feature request time? ;-) I'd really like to have xfig figures "native" support. I already had a look at the figinset stuff, but hacking around there is clearly beyond my abilities... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz,

Re: FYI: Development Model Change (a.k.a The Road Ahead)

1999-09-17 Thread Andre' Poenitz
mean it, but it's Friday anyway ;-) -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz, Fakultaet fuer Mathematik [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... +49 3727 58 1381

Re: Importing-exporting to M$ Word

1999-10-01 Thread Andre' Poenitz
be dropped entirely at some point in the future. Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz, Fakultaet fuer Mathematik [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... +49 3727 58 1381

lyxcvs

1999-10-07 Thread Andre' Poenitz
ideas? Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz, Fakultaet fuer Mathematik [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... +49 3727 58 1381

Re: Some compilation problems with latest cvs

1999-10-15 Thread Andre' Poenitz
d job for the things I need to do: write texts with math. But I won't stop complaining either since I don't like to see valuable resources (the developer's - i.e. YOUR! - work) wasted. Andre' PS: It's Friday, you know ;-) -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz, Fakultaet fuer Mathematik [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... +49 3727 58 1381

Re: Password for cvs?

1999-10-17 Thread Andre' Poenitz
This works for me. That's what it says on the webpage, but I tried last night and it didn't work. I had the same problem a couple of days ago. After I removed ~/.cvspass and the old lyx sources on my harddisk everything worked fine (don't ask me why, I don't know). Andre' -- Andre

Re: XML??

1999-10-25 Thread Andre' Poenitz
at the actual lyx sources? I doubt it ;-) It's far more difficult than it ought to be given the structured nature of the "data"... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz, TU Chemnitz, Fakultaet fuer Mathematik [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... +49 3727 58 1381

Paragraph representation

1999-11-09 Thread Andre' Poenitz
. It probably should point to '../resources' PPS: Is there an "official" effort to convert LyX to the STL? -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Command sequences

1999-11-11 Thread Andre Poenitz
The attached patch adds a new 'command' called [[ Aerm... sorry... I should learn to handle Pine... ]] 'command-sequence' This allows a key sequence to be bound to a seqeunce of other lyx-commands Example: \bind "F12" "command-sequence math-insert alpha; math-insert beta;" Every single

Re: Command sequences and a bit about spaceless discussions

1999-11-12 Thread Andre' Poenitz
, let's be a little productive instead, huh? I knew it was Friday ;-) -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Command sequences and a bit about spaceless discussions

1999-11-13 Thread Andre' Poenitz
experience with GUI stuff, so I fear I am not the right person for fiddling with menus. I'll have a look at the roadmap, maybe I find something that fits better. Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Command sequences and a bit about spaceless discussions

1999-11-15 Thread Andre' Poenitz
linked against this kernel lib. Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Command sequences and a bit about spaceless discussions

1999-11-16 Thread Andre' Poenitz
everything' method does not work at all for complicated dialogs... Anyway, all the time I wonder how the development should proceed. Moving around large chunks of code in a code base full of dependencies is No Fun... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: offtopic: convert word doc to latex

1999-01-16 Thread Andre' Poenitz
://www.snafu.de/~wehe/data_conv.html Or sue MicroSoft to disclose their APIs ;-) Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: epsilon and varepsilon bug

1999-11-22 Thread Andre' Poenitz
a \varepsilon, they have to type \varepsilon and they will see a nicely rendered \varepsilon, since the font happens to know this one. On paper you get what you asked for. IMO this is much cleaner than the current 'let LyX try to be smart' solution. Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz

Re: epsilon and varepsilon bug

1999-11-22 Thread Andre' Poenitz
t always annoyed me that LyX didn't display it ;-) What's wrong then with the 'clean solution'? You type a \varepsilon, you see a \varepsilon, you get a \varepsilon? Regards, Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

FILE - ostream

1999-11-23 Thread Andre' Poenitz
. Since I have never used a few of the functions I had to change I'd like to ask you to apply it and test it with your own docs. Any comment is welcome. Regards, Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

LyXView/BufferView/LyXFunc/...

1999-11-24 Thread Andre' Poenitz
ve_as file.tex " to get a conversion) After two hours of head scratching I gave up. I have not found out how all these classes relate to each other and I still don't know why this pile of spaghetti is needed at all ;-) So if anybody could help... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz ...

One more

1999-11-24 Thread Andre' Poenitz
to work (assuming your X is running of course). Andre' PS: Is there a one-to-one correspondence between mini-buffers and anything else? PPS: Using the -nw commandline option segfaults every version of LyX hanging around on my harddisk... -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: One more

1999-11-25 Thread Andre' Poenitz
tion until I sit down (under the influence of alcoholic beverage) to write it up on Sunday evening... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

--export without GUI

1999-11-25 Thread Andre' Poenitz
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Re: homebrew latex?

1999-11-26 Thread Andre' Poenitz
. Maybe you could write down step by step what you are doing. You don't try to run LaTeX directly on the .lyx file, do you? That's not possible (well, at least you don't get good results ;-) ) Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: homebrew latex?

1999-11-26 Thread Andre' Poenitz
LyX files are _not_ LaTeX format or even remotely LaTeX compatible. Maybe we should put a line into the header of .lyx file saying exactly that. .lyx files look a bit .tex-ish, don't they? And now that the 'created by' line is gone we've got even some space to waste ;---) Andre' -- Andre

Re: FILE - ostream

1999-11-26 Thread Andre' Poenitz
'... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: epsilon and varepsilon bug

1999-11-26 Thread Andre' Poenitz
*. That's what Mondays are for! Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: epsilon and varepsilon bug

1999-11-26 Thread Andre' Poenitz
Compliments, what compliments? Those were very (not so) subtle jokes and you didn't notice. Jokes on a Friday? Come on, Jose', you should know better! Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

--export cleanup

1999-11-30 Thread Andre' Poenitz
contains the code that is necessary to get the feature working. Since it does not remove anything I am fairly sure that I did not break anything. Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Special superscript and subscript arrangements

1999-11-30 Thread Andre' Poenitz
everything into {}. Otherwise it is taken care of 'automatically' ;-) Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: --export cleanup

1999-11-30 Thread Andre' Poenitz
ming of the internal functions is currently such a mess that I don't want to make this directly known to the user. Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: --export cleanup

1999-11-30 Thread Andre' Poenitz
port foo translates directly to --execute "buffer-export foo" already. Maybe I should have stressed this a bit more in my 'announcement'... So cheer up, boys, and ask Santa for something else ;-) Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Official RPM package and icon file [was Re: Feedback]

1999-12-01 Thread Andre' Poenitz
Oh I see. In this case, could you put i586 instead of i386 in the name, please? Why should one put 'i586' into the name of a package that is supposed to work on the i386 architecture? Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Special superscript and subscript arrangements

1999-12-01 Thread Andre' Poenitz
is well supported we can then generalise ie. walk before we can run. Allan. (ARRae) Well. You do not need to run once you've learned how to fly ;-) -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Special superscript and subscript arrangements

1999-12-02 Thread Andre' Poenitz
of you ;-) It's just one of your virtual lifes that you are losing ;-) -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Special superscript and subscript arrangements

1999-12-02 Thread Andre' Poenitz
Yup. Even more sense in an XML world. How would a LyX file format look like in an XML world? Something like MathML? Anybody with working experience? Does anybody know of a .tex - .mml translator? Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

.lyxml

1999-12-02 Thread Andre' Poenitz
It looks like http://www.tug.org/applications/tex4ht/mn.html could be quite helpful... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Special superscript and subscript arrangements

1999-12-03 Thread Andre' Poenitz
If this lyx DTD is close to that used by TeX4ht, somebody else has done the work already ;-) Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Special superscript and subscript arrangements

1999-12-03 Thread Andre' Poenitz
directory src/kernel. There's a very good design doc there also -- I think Asger has this on his web site as well. I can't find the included .eps picture. ANy idea? Andre' PS: I am really sorry if I sounded too harsh (again) yesterday. -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL

Bugreport

1999-12-06 Thread Andre' Poenitz
. (is caught by LyX, but anyway...) Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Intuitive views of nesting -- conglomerate

1999-12-14 Thread Andre' Poenitz
... -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: small docbook patch

1999-12-14 Thread Andre' Poenitz
o a few other places as well... Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

setNumberOfFiles and ABSOLUTEMAXFILES

1999-12-14 Thread Andre' Poenitz
In lastfile.[Ch]. Both of the could go IMO since they are not used anywhere else. It's pure bloat. Actually I think num_files could go as well since it can be obtained by calling files.size(). Should I prepare a patch? Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Internationalization and cvs

1999-12-15 Thread Andre' Poenitz
' PS: External 8bit is another matter... Interoperation... -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: cleanup

1999-12-15 Thread Andre' Poenitz
the remaining 8-space indentation to tabs. Does this sound wrong? Andre' -- Andre' Poenitz .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Strange feature

1999-12-15 Thread Andre' Poenitz
Lars Is this also treu after reading the file again? What keynap are This is about the third or fourth mail from Lars that gets cited in the list although I did not receive the original. Since the question looks like Lars asked me (it was my problem) I should have received at least one copy,

listfiles

1999-12-16 Thread Andre' Poenitz
And another two responses from Lars missed... Concerning 'lastfile.[Ch]'. I see no obvious reason to have an arbitrary upper limit on the number of lastfiles. If anybody wants to have 50 files - let him have it. The menu is not in sync with the implementation of LastFiles anyway... If you drop

Re: Have you just seen it ??

1999-12-17 Thread Andre' Poenitz
I tried it in wine but it does not even want to start. *shrug*. Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Compilers, exceptions, code size, etc. [was: Re: Cannot compile Lyx

1999-12-22 Thread Andre' Poenitz
of virtual memory. The gcc/egcs faq has very 'helpful' recommendations: Optimize less (or dont't optimize at all), use only small functions. Well. The second part *is* helpful... Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Compilers, exceptions, code size, etc. [was: Re: Cannot compile Lyx

1999-12-23 Thread Andre' Poenitz
So you'd like to ditch the giant switch statement and replace it with a function table instead? A vector indexed by function number or a hash_map perhaps? This is easy enough to implement. And could have some more advantages. You could 'register' new functions at run time. You do not need a

Re: Compilers, exceptions, code size, etc. [was: Re: Cannot compile Lyx

2000-01-03 Thread Andre Poenitz
And could have some more advantages. You could 'register' new functions at run time. You do not need a monolithic 2MB+ binary when you use only 10% of the functionality. Just load 'modules' dynamically on demand... Gawd, I wish I knew how to code that! If I did, I'd contribute

putenv

2000-01-04 Thread Andre Poenitz
I just had a look on what happened during the last two weeks. One question: Why do we need a 'new' in support/filetools.C:326? Couldn't this be replaced by a simple putenv(envstr.c_str()) ? The man page mentions ENOMEM. I'd take that as a hint that LyX does not need to alloc memory itself...

Popups/Layouts

2000-01-05 Thread Andre Poenitz
First of all I have to thank all of you for your work on LyX. Well, this may sound a bit strange for those used to my usual statements, but I am quite serious. Yesterday when I came home I found my girlfriend fiddling with the German ,,version`` of LyX preparing slides for a lecture she is

Automake..

2000-01-06 Thread Andre Poenitz
I just checked out the latest CVS, started autogen.sh and got the following message automake: src/mathed/Makefile.am: `libmathed.o' is not a standard libtool library name The same for libinsets.o. make afterwards complains about finding "no rule to make target `support/libsupport.o' needed by

lstring.h:35

2000-01-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
while (...) if (...) ...; else ...; looks *very* suspicious to me. I'd definitely add braces around if-else. Difficult to check when compiling does not work, though... Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

using std::istringstream;

2000-01-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
Can't remember if someone mentioned this already: The current CVS does not compile (for me). Spacing.h: using std::istringstream; How is this supposed to work if no sstream.h is present? Shouldn't this line be moved up a couple of lines? Andre' PS: ObFridayFlame -- André Pönitz

Re: Communicator methods become lyxfuncs

2000-01-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
After much sporadic thought on the subject I've decided that Alejandro was right. We shouldn't have a Communicator class but do everything with lyxfuncs. Fine ;-) How do we define/interpret property strings? objectname prop1="" prop2="..." ... /

file format

2000-01-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
I have started fiddling around with a new 'XMLish' file format. Currently the writer is about 60% done (at least float and tables are broken), the reader perhaps 20%. I'd like to hear your comments and suggestions especially about syntax and style. I've "translated" (well, my current built of

Re: Communicator methods become lyxfuncs

2000-01-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
http://freshmeat.net/appindex/1999/12/09/944757708.html Looks interesting. And it's LGPL'd ... Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: file format

2000-01-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
The "language" and "inputencoding" attributes are written quite late in the file. Isn't it better to precise them at the very beginning of the file so that LyX can be better prepared to read content from the rest of the file? By the way, does "inputencoding" mean the encoding of the

Re: a plea for XML, was RE: file format

2000-01-11 Thread Andre Poenitz
I would go as far as to say, I would try to organize some sponsoring, maybe on the user mailing list, for Andre Thanks for the idea, but I think *I* won't need sponsoring unless it happens in form of source code (preferably a DTD by Jose' ;-) ) or goodwill from the others when it comes to

Re: GUI indep, MathML/TeX, xml code reuse possibilities

2000-01-13 Thread Andre Poenitz
Apart from HTML 4.0, Mnemonic will support the W3C standards XML and CSS, which are both handled in some form already in the current version (though please do not expect miracles yet). There will also be support for mathematics typesetting in the form of MathML and TeX. The user interface is

Re: Transitional series PR beta

2000-01-14 Thread Andre Poenitz
Why don't we - as a kind of publicity gag and to attract more users and developers - prepare some blurb/project in this field and claim compliance? I surely do not want to claim anything I can't deliver. Even as a 'kind of publicity gag'. Andre' -- André Pönitz .

Re: Hebrew patch

2000-01-24 Thread Andre Poenitz
I'll throw my hat in the ring and make it three against two :-P three + my weight against two ;-) Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: LyX CVS access problem

2000-01-20 Thread Andre Poenitz
I'm sure Lgb can find a way to exempt in this case. Be warned though, beer is NOT cheap in Norway. Can't we make it a free weekend by borrowing in advance from the money we're going to make on the IPO of LyX, Inc.? I fear even a good IPO of LyX, Inc. won't make enough money for a full

Re: new command: date-insert

2000-02-01 Thread Andre Poenitz
4. Changed the command from date-insert to insert-date (could someone tell me if this is right I don't know in what direction the commands should be and a look at LyXAction reveals that there are insert_xxx and xxx_insert commands around, so what???) Your editor is broken. It

Re: Export A.B.lyx in postscript gives A.ps

2000-02-03 Thread Andre Poenitz
Silly question, what is that string::npos? This is the index of the last character in the string plus one. At least I think so ;-) Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: new command: date-insert

2000-02-03 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Feb 03, 2000 at 03:58:02PM +0100, Lars Gullik Bjønnes wrote: | + for (int i = 0; i datetmp_len; i++) { In C++ it is adviced to use preincrement instead of postincrement: Could anyone please enlighten me and tell me why preincrement is preferred over postincrement?

Re: Aspell and LyX

2000-02-03 Thread Andre Poenitz
Do the other developers fell that way? I answer the question 'do others feel that way': Yes. C is poison in a C++ project. Andre' PS: I wonder why LyX isn't dead ;-) PPS: Lars, I still don't get your mails because of your ø in the From: header I believe there is a way to specify encoding

Re: LyX on NT - ps figures :-(

2000-02-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
This is the call to gs but what will happen next if that is succesful? Gs takes over and will die sooner or later. A couple of lines above the execlp the process was 'fork'ed, and the parent (the 'real' LyX proCess) lives on in the other branch (pid != 0). Andre' -- André Pönitz

Re: GUI Independece.

2000-02-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
In other hand... Why LyX uses a specific file format for the document? Because nobody did the work to implement something else. I know the controversy on using tex as a primary file format, but... Why not to use other file format wide used as XML? So you can use libs for manipulating it

website

2000-02-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
I have difficulties to contact www.lyx.org and www.devel.lyx.org for a couple of days now. All DNS servers around insist that these are non-existent domains. On the other hand I found that www.lyx.*com* is registered by someone I don't know (Start.co.uk PLC). That's a bit peculiar, isn't it?

Re: LyX components?

2000-02-11 Thread Andre Poenitz
The intent is to avoid the pressure on releasing new lyx versions because of bugs. I'm not sure yet on the naming scheme (1.1.4+, 1.1.4.1, 1.1.4fix1...). 1.1.4fix1 would fit best into the ...pre... naming scheme... Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: GUI independence and XTL

2000-02-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
The string interface is too simple for the kind of information that should be passed around. What kind of information can not be passed around as strings? We have considered extending the string interface with various ways of encoding the information, but that would require slow and

Re: GUI independence and XTL

2000-02-26 Thread Andre Poenitz
You argue that debugging is important. Three words: Debugging is boring. I know. But sometimes necessary. Not that I try to code poorly just to have the fun of debugging ;-| If we use XTL, there will be less debugging than if we have to write our own parser. Just take a look at any parser

Re: GUI independence and XTL

2000-02-26 Thread Andre Poenitz
is at easy if it can possibly get. But maybe you are right and XTL is Read: ..is as easy as it ... I think I'll have another beer to get sober... Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: reLyX

2000-02-29 Thread Andre Poenitz
reLyX man page, the current reLyX BUGS page, or the reLyX section of the User's Guide (which is currently very small). The last seems like the place most likely to be read by people who have a problem. The bad news, as I I think, the man page is a better place. That's the place where I'd

Re: reLyX

2000-02-29 Thread Andre Poenitz
I don't know. How can reLyX tell that it's a \protect that LyX put in, and not one that the coder put in? Urmh... would the following work? Put \def\lyxprotect{\protect} in the preamble and use '\lyxprotect' for the 'helpers'. reLyX could then ignore \lyxprotect and copy \protect... Andre'

Re: website

2000-02-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
We should have registered the LyX trademark. Unfortunately that costs. Well... I'd offer 50 DM (around US $25 nowadays) if this could help somehow. But transfering money is expensive too... I think I have the equivalent in British Pounds and French Franc as well, but I've never seen a Finnish

Re: Changes made for Win98

2000-02-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
I tried to use the mingw32 environment on Win98, too to produce a real Win-Executable. *scratch head* I'd like to try that, too... but: How does one specify the usage of a certain compiler when running ./configure? For my own project I use mingw32 for crosscompiling from Linux to Windows,

Re: LyX Meeting in Norway 8-9. - 11-12. June 2000

2000-02-22 Thread Andre Poenitz
I wonder how the weather looks like in Norway in early June. Warm enough to sleep in a tent even if you have two X chromosomes? Andre' -- André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

coding rules

2000-03-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
I'd like to use development/Code_rules in some modified version for internal (more or less educational) purposes. I would of course include a small header concerning the origin of the document. Does anybody feel that this is not a good thing do? Andre' -- It'll take a long time to eat

Re: Insert raster images as JPG or GIF

2000-03-01 Thread Andre Poenitz
I'm another LyX beginner whit a lot of questions and few C++ programming = knowledge. I want to know if I can import raster graphics into Lyx. I = did't found this option on the "insert image" tool. You can convert your images to eps using various tools and include the resulting eps (gimp,

Re: Insert raster images as JPG or GIF

2000-03-02 Thread Andre Poenitz
I thought about this before, it would be nice for the wishlist to have the ability to insert any gfx file and have it converted to either ps or eps automagically ;-) It has been on my own wish list for a long time, too. But the usual 'problems' keep popping up: no time, no fun, and anything

Macros

2000-03-08 Thread Andre Poenitz
Is it true that there is no lyxfunc that simply inserts its argument as text in the current buffer (similar to the behaviour of LFUN_UNKNOWN_ACTION? Or am I just optically chaleenged? Andre' -- It'll take a long time to eat 63.000 peanuts. André Pönitz . [EMAIL

Re: autogen.sh

2000-03-06 Thread Andre Poenitz
Amir autogen.sh should test automake's version. 1.3 doesn't Amir understand the "-c" option, so it fails saying it didn't find Amir automake. Autogen.sh is supposed to be used by developpers, which in turn are supposed to check what tools they have installed. Nuff' said. *grin* Friday

mathed glitch

2000-03-06 Thread Andre Poenitz
Type Ctrl-M \mathrm\frac n down m Preview dvi - everything ok. Save, quit, restart lyx, reload file - \mathrm is gone. I had a quick look around in mathed. Well... I have no clue. Andre' PS: It wasn't me who found this behaviour... -- It'll take a long time to eat 63.000 peanuts.

Paragraph/Buffer

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
I just tried again to get 'guiless LyX' running (for batch things like --export latex etc). Currently the main obstacle is the relation between buffers and paragraphs. Usually when we are doing something big with buffers (like exporting to LaTeX) we do something on buffer level, hit the

Paragraphs and Insets

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
Guess what ;-) I am playing around with a Buffer * member in LyXParagraph and it works fairly smooth until it comes to insets that need buffer-level information like InsetQuotes (needs the languages). I know that there are plans to have paragraph level language support within the next couple

BufferView::insertCorrectQuote

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
Shouldn't this be a Buffer method? Andre' -- It'll take a long time to eat 63.000 peanuts. André Pönitz . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: BufferView::insertCorrectQuote

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
No, because it needs cursor position No, it needs a single character from a certain paragraph. The cursor position is just a means to get that paragraph (and not a nice one I'd add..) which is at the BufferView level. The method is used just once (in trans_mgr.C). And there it is clear which

Re: Paragraph/Buffer

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
Bigger problem: Lars is currently trying to nuke current_view. From what I've seen today this sounds very reasonable. The only problem I can see is that our changes clash. But I am used to this already ;-) Andre' PS: I don't get mails from Lars since our mailserver rejects plain 'ø' in mail

Re: Paragraphs and Insets

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
This mean that there are many necessary updates when doing copy/paste. Ok. I just figured out that the mass of insets does not want to know about their whereabouts, so it's probably not wise to tell them. I think it would suffice to handle the quotes inset seperately. Andre' -- It'll take a

Gui-less LyX

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
It's possible. Have a look at http://mathematik.htwm.de/Software/LyX/nogui.html This page mentions some things that are broken. With one exception they don't affect 'ordinary' usage of LyX (at least I hope so). Andre' -- It'll take a long time to eat 63.000 peanuts. André Pönitz

CVS ...

2000-03-09 Thread Andre Poenitz
I just run 'cvs update' but it seems something went wrong. The and marks that used to mark clashes are not balanced, so I can't tell what needs fixing. Furthermore some functions are broken (something like func1(...) { for (...) func2(...) { without closing braces. I think it should

Re: Gui-less LyX

2000-03-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
It's possible. Have a look at http://mathematik.htwm.de/Software/LyX/nogui.html Thanks to my inability to handle CVS and 'patch' I re-did part of the patch this morning but I left out the things I broke yesterday so the patch should not change any current behaviour of LyX. It rather

LyXFunc

2000-03-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
I think it would be cleaner if we had a global LyXFunc object that gets BufferView and Minibuffer pointer/ref passed to Dispatch. The current use of owner-view() (442 times) and owner-GetMiniBuffer() (78 times) and no other use of 'owner' suggests that 'owner' is not the thing that's actually

Re: Gui-less LyX

2000-03-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
- it would be better to use buffer() instead of buffer_ in paragraph.C (personnal preference). Sure. - in LyXFont::getXFontstruct(), it would be better to return a static default XFontStruct when there is no gui, this would avoid most of the special code. It might be even better

Re: Gui-less LyX

2000-03-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
shouldn't we have another command line option for this, Probably. or you are waiting for the full implementation? More or less, yes. I do not want the patch rejected for cosmetical issues. Remember the discussion of --export/--execute... I don't disagree with the resource entry

Small patch for figinset

2000-03-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
I attach a small patch to insets/figinset.C. It just uses std::vectorFigref * instead of Figref** and similar std::vectorfigdata * instead of figdata** and removes about 70 lines of 'not so C++ish' code. Andre' snip - Index:

Re: Second fix for LyX 1.1.4 available

2000-03-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
Therefore I would like to suggest that the LyX webmaster includes a pointer to Sylvans repository possibly directly on the homepage or at least at a prominent place. Seconded ;-) Andre' -- It'll take a long time to eat 63.000 peanuts. André Pönitz . [EMAIL

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