[Geany-devel] Real-time tag parsing (again) (was Geany FTW - better autocompletion)
enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Sun Mar 6 14:11:38 UTC 2011
On Sun, 06 Mar 2011 15:05:51 +0100, Thomas wrote:
>Am 06.03.2011 14:25, schrieb Enrico Tröger:
>> On Sun, 06 Mar 2011 00:57:32 +0100, Colomban wrote:
>>> Hi all!
>>> Le 19/12/2010 16:05, Colomban Wendling a écrit :
>>>> Well! If you apply all these patches, you should have a working,
>>>> real-time, in-memory tag parsing that should look good :)
>>>> So, what's left? Testing of course, lot of it.
>>>> Also, for now it doesn't update tag list before the first save (for
>>>> new documents). I've not investigating the issue yet though.
>>>> So I'll stop here, thank you for your time reading and let you test
>>>> this, right? :)
>>> I'm happy to announce that I've now committed these patches to
>>> trunk, with some little improvements -- an option in the Preference
>>> dialog to configure it, MIO integrated, better code in some places,
>> Great stuff!
>> A few comments:
>> - I fixed the Waf build script and the Windows Makefiles, there were
>> just minor adjustments necessary and now it builds with Waf and on
>> Windows. Yay.
>> - you use va_copy() in MIO. va_copy is C99 while all the other va_*
>> functions are C89. So far, we tried to stay compatible with C89 even
>> though it is old (and it is old, and old). At least some years ago,
>> there were actually users who had to use a C89 compiler.
>> Maybe we should just stop C89 support as we are in 2011 in the
>> Most important things is the licence of MIO.
>> I think it's possible to release Geany as GPLv2+ with MIO included
>> even though it's GPLv3. What I don't know is what's the overall
>> licence of the Geany package is then. I'm not that good in licencing
>> stuff :). And where do we need to state Geany contains GPLv3 code?
>Since you link statically, the whole binary package is GPLv3 since
>GPLv3 is not compatible to v2. For the source distribution it's up to
>each individual source file.
>IMO it would be wiser to put mio GPLv2+ also. If it's ever packaged
>separately it can be changed to GPLv3.
>OTOH I don't suppose you sue each other for GPLv2 vs GPLv3 issues, do
Most likely not, but the licencing isn't only an issue of ourselves but
also quite relevant for third parties like these strange guys like users
or packagers :D.
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