matej.urbas at gmail.com
Sun Nov 26 11:10:44 EST 2006
On Sun, 2006-11-26 at 16:14 +0100, Grzegorz Sobanski wrote:
> * Matej Urbas <matej.urbas at gmail.com> [2006-11-04 15:22]:
> > Hi
> > Actually not! SharpDevelop uses non-segmented text buffers (with layered line managers).
> > But judging from the previous series of posts, I guess that most people were in favour of line-segmented text buffers.
> > So, it won't be a total port... (by me at least, since I'm strictly against non-segmented text buffers :D )
> Before taking this decision I *strongly* suggest looking into "Dissection C#
> Application", it's the book mentioned earlier about #D.
> They were using the segmented aproach at start, but then moved to
> non-segmented. They describe it there and advocate why it is better.
> In your place I wouldn't want to repeat their mistakes, but learn from
Interesting. I will try to find one copy. Thanks.
I would like to see the reasons behind this, heck, it's one of the
reasons I'll start this as a research and coding exercise for some of my
classes in the next semester (or even during the SoC ;D ). Currently,
there's too much going on around here. And I have to get my school and
other assignments done in time... (Staying up until 5:00 AM regularly is
really doing me in...)
If anyone is going to start before I get to it, I'll do as well as I can
to somehow contribute ;-)
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