Joor Loohuis | 26 Apr 11:42 2011
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mailing list migration

FYI,

The nedit.org domain will be moving to a new home. Most of the services
will remain available without interuption, but it will take a little
while for the mailing lists to be restored. The archives will remain
available, but new posts will not be possible from April 27, 2011.

We expect to restore the list to full operation in a few weeks, but in
the mean time pressing matters may be posted to the alternative lists
that are available at Sourceforge
(https://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=11005).

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Joor Loohuis | 22 Apr 11:51 2011
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Re: hosting wanted for nedit.org

On 16-02-11 23:28, Emmanuel Florac wrote:
> Le Wed, 16 Feb 2011 14:32:50 +0100 vous écriviez:
> 
>> Sorry for not responding earlier. Emmanuel, thanks, this is great.
> 
> I was wondering, isn't there any dynamic stuff lost in the process? The
> pages are php, but obviously wget only got the rendered html.
> 
>> I've communicated on and off list with some people on how to host the
>> existing NEdit resources, preferably preserving search engine
>> indexing. My suggestion is the following:
>>
>> * Add the existing static mail archives in a subdirectory of the
>> mirror that Emmanuel has set up, and point www.nedit.org to the
>> mirror. Emmanuel, do you have room for another 350MB of static HTML
>> in your mirror?
> 
> Yes, I've put it there precisely because there's a lot of room. We can
> even host downloadable files and else.

Excellent. I've generated an archive http://www.nedit.org/nedit-site.zip
(warning: 243M) which contains all relevant data, including a dump of
the Niki database, from which the wiki can be restored or converted to
Trac or another format.

Out of necessity I will be taking the server offline next week, most
likely on Thursday April 28. The site archive will be available for
download until then, and by direct request to me afther that.

As for the mailing lists, if anyone can provide mailman hosting in the
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SourceForge.net | 21 Apr 08:45 2011
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[ nedit-Bugs-3290514 ] Smart Indent broken in 5.6

Bugs item #3290514, was opened at 2011-04-20 21:32
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Category: Program
Group: development
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: Reece Pollack (rrpollack)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: Smart Indent broken in 5.6

Initial Comment:
Smart Indent in 'C' (and probably other languages) was broken after the 5.5 release. Rather than
increasing indentation after a conditional, loop, or opening brace, the indentation level remains the
same. Nor does the indentation level decrease after a closing brace.

I've traced this behavior to the changes made in response to tracker #1560892. Reverting these changes
restores proper operation of Smart Indent.

To test:
1) Start nedit
2) Select Preferences -> Language Mode -> C
3) Verify Preferences -> Auto Indent -> Smart
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Bert Wesarg | 21 Apr 08:43 2011
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CVS Update: nedit(Thu, 21 Apr 2011 6:43:02 ())

CVSROOT:	/cvsroot/nedit
Module name:	nedit
Repository:	nedit/source/
Changes by:	lebert@...(none)	11/04/21 06:43:02

Modified files:
	./: ReleaseNotes 
	nedit/source/: smartIndent.c 

Log message:
	Fix our use of $em_tab_dist after it was changed to 0 for 'turned of'.
	
	Closes SF bug #3290514.

SourceForge.net | 21 Apr 08:34 2011
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[ nedit-Bugs-3290514 ] Smart Indent broken in 5.6

Bugs item #3290514, was opened at 2011-04-20 21:32
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Category: Program
Group: development
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: Reece Pollack (rrpollack)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: Smart Indent broken in 5.6

Initial Comment:
Smart Indent in 'C' (and probably other languages) was broken after the 5.5 release. Rather than
increasing indentation after a conditional, loop, or opening brace, the indentation level remains the
same. Nor does the indentation level decrease after a closing brace.

I've traced this behavior to the changes made in response to tracker #1560892. Reverting these changes
restores proper operation of Smart Indent.

To test:
1) Start nedit
2) Select Preferences -> Language Mode -> C
3) Verify Preferences -> Auto Indent -> Smart
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SourceForge.net | 21 Apr 00:48 2011
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[ nedit-Bugs-1560892 ] wrong value for inactive $em_tab_dist

Bugs item #1560892, was opened at 2006-09-18 13:07
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Category: None
Group: None
Status: Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: Tony Balinski (ajbj)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: wrong value for inactive $em_tab_dist

Initial Comment:
The help information says:

===
  $em_tab_dist
  If tab emulation is turned on in the Tabs... dialog
of the Preferences menu, value is the distance between
emulated tab stops. If tab emulation is turned off,
value is -1.
===

This "turned off" value is very badly chosen.
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Reece R. Pollack | 20 Apr 21:33 2011
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Smart indent brokenness

Hi folks... I'm new on the list, but I've been using nedit heavily since
2001.

The smart indent feature for 'C' (and probably other languages) is
broken in the so-called "5.6" release. It maintains the current level of
indentation, but doesn't automatically indent further after a
conditional or an opening brace. Until recently I've worked around this
by using the pre-compiled 5.5 releases on the website instead of the
vendor-supplied versions, but switching to 64-bit installations made
that a real pain. Today I decided to find and fix this problem.

It turns out that the changes made to address tracker #1560892 caused
the breakage. The broken commits are:

1.107  doc/help.etc
1.115  source/macro.c
1.141  source/menu.c

Removing these commits restores the previous functionality of the Smart
Indent feature.

To test:
1) Start nedit
2) Select Preferences -> Language Mode -> C
3) Verify Preferences -> Auto Indent -> Smart
4) Start entering (NOT cut-n-paste) a C program like this:

int f(int x)<ENTER>{<ENTER>

5) The broken version will leave the cursor at the left margin. The 5.5
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SourceForge.net | 20 Apr 21:32 2011
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[ nedit-Bugs-3290514 ] Smart Indent broken in 5.6

Bugs item #3290514, was opened at 2011-04-20 15:32
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Category: Program
Group: development
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: Reece Pollack (rrpollack)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: Smart Indent broken in 5.6

Initial Comment:
Smart Indent in 'C' (and probably other languages) was broken after the 5.5 release. Rather than
increasing indentation after a conditional, loop, or opening brace, the indentation level remains the
same. Nor does the indentation level decrease after a closing brace.

I've traced this behavior to the changes made in response to tracker #1560892. Reverting these changes
restores proper operation of Smart Indent.

To test:
1) Start nedit
2) Select Preferences -> Language Mode -> C
3) Verify Preferences -> Auto Indent -> Smart
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Andrew Hood | 20 Mar 13:06 2011
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NEdit CVS on SourceForge


NEdit seems to be back. Does anyone have a copy they can test against it
to see if there are any unauthorised changes? I can't because my copy is
rather nonstandard.

Andrew

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Joor Loohuis | 16 Feb 14:32 2011
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Re: hosting wanted for nedit.org

On 10-02-11 23:29, Emmanuel Florac wrote:
> Le Fri, 04 Feb 2011 14:26:23 +0100 vous écriviez:
> 
>> If you have the means and are willing to adopt the domain, please drop
>> me a note, or throw it on one of the mailing lists. If there are no
>> takers, we will archive the domain.
> 
> I can't get access to the real thing (CVS down on sf.net) but I've put
> up a static mirror on http://nedit.intellique.com for anyone interested.

Sorry for not responding earlier. Emmanuel, thanks, this is great.

I've communicated on and off list with some people on how to host the
existing NEdit resources, preferably preserving search engine indexing.
My suggestion is the following:

* Add the existing static mail archives in a subdirectory of the mirror
that Emmanuel has set up, and point www.nedit.org to the mirror.
Emmanuel, do you have room for another 350MB of static HTML in your mirror?

* create corresponding lists on SF, and import the subscribers in it,
either as members or just inviting all existing members to join the new
list. The old list names will stop working, but the archives will persist.

* use the SF download system to offer downloads, and possibly add
mirrors. The setup for the FTP mirror as we had it can't be maintained,
but if

* optionally: use the 'hosted app' solution on SF to run a mediawiki
instance, and import the current content of Niki.
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Joor Loohuis | 8 Feb 09:10 2011
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Re: hosting wanted for nedit.org

On 07-02-11 16:28, Emmanuel Florac wrote:
> Le Sat, 05 Feb 2011 11:39:39 +0100 vous écriviez:
> 
>> In general, NEdit isn't a very large domain, and a large part of the
>> traffic comes from search engine crawlers and other bots. In total,
>> traffic is about 4GB/month. The mailing lists are very quiet nowadays,
>> and storage for the archives is about 400MB. The site and the
>> downloads are another 170MB.
>>
>> There is a Mediawiki instance which I have taken offline because it is
>> mostly targeted by spammers, but if you're interested in running
>> that, a MySQL is required. Storage isn't much.
>>
> 
> Well it's done, I've created the hosting. How can I mirror the nedit
> website without CVS? isn't wget -r a bit much?

Yes, probably, since you'll be getting a lot more than just the site.
Just for clarification, do you also intend to host the mailing lists, or
is this not an option?

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Loco (Loohuis Consulting)
Training, consultancy, hosting, and building
Specialized in Open Source solutions

http://www.loohuis-consulting.nl/
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