[Geany-Devel] Any votes for a "Project-Tree" plugin?
elextr at xxxxx
Fri Apr 18 01:24:00 UTC 2014
> So: As it stands, enhancing geanyprj seems like it could be decent
> approach. Or forking it, since it's overview makes it sound as if its
> purpose is to dip into lots of projects/codebases, rather than enable good
> organization of a single project (and context changes, if opened in a
> different base directory)
> Hope this makes sense
> PS: But doing this in Python is a lot more appealing than C... But I can
> see the packaging issues may outweigh the convenience.
If you don't use one of the existing C plugins as a base, then don't
let the questions over Python plugins put you off using it, you don't
need to care until (if) you are ready to release it to the
geany-plugins. Hopefully we will have gotten our ducks in a row by by
that time :)
Also consider you could write plugins in Cython, which to my mind
allows the best of both worlds, C and Python, and (untested) Python3.
Or you can use C++ for plugins, or Vala.
So you now have too many choices :)
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