On Thu, 31 May 2007 23:36:28 -0400, "Dave Moore" email@example.com wrote:
OK. My code seems pretty stable now. I read the hackers guide and figured I should create a navqueue.c file and put the functionality in there. Its only five functions so it could easily be moved somewhere else if you feel thats appropriate. I've attached an svn
Thank you very much. It applied smoothly, great. Added in SVN r1590. What I changed(in case someone is interested in): - moved the toolbar buttons to the right of the undo/redo buttons - added an option to hide the toolbar buttons - small code format changes in navqueue.c|h (nothing big) - moved locally used variables and definitions from navqueue.h to navqueue.c - before adding a new position(history entry), another one is created pointing to the current file before switching, I think this is more intuitive - all the other changes I forgot to mention ;-)
Also, I have about a billion and 3 different features I'd like to see in geany (and I'm willing to work on any/all of them). How should I go about proposing them all? Should I submit each of them into bug tracking or should I put it all into a mailing list post?
I think sending to this list is better because further discussions are easier and are read by more people. If you experience problems sending attachments, your mail will be hold in a queue and I get informed and I will accept the mail manually (happens with big attachments, IIRC bigger than 50Kb). So don't be afraid and be patient if your mail doesn't appear immediately on the list.