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Juergen
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RE: Maintenance release - 0.6.6

Hi John,

if it is still possible could you also add at least fl_xid ? (shouldn't be too much work) and make sure that readline works this time on Linux. While it doesn't make a difference when murgaLua is used for scripts, it is a real pain in the a.. when used interactively to test and debug.

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03-17-2008 04:55 AM
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RE: Maintenance release - 0.6.6

Juergen Wrote:
if it is still possible could you also add at least fl_xid ? (shouldn't be too much work) and make sure that readline works this time on Linux. While it doesn't make a difference when murgaLua is used for scripts, it is a real pain in the a.. when used interactively to test and debug.


fl_xid and fl_find ...

I thought they where X11 specific, but they are not, so I'll add them.

On the shell, yup, I'll try if I don't run out of time.

Either way today was too much of a nice day, so I am miss my deadline again :-(

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03-17-2008 05:53 AM
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RE: Maintenance release - 0.6.6

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and make sure that readline works this time on Linux. While it doesn't make a difference when murgaLua is used for scripts, it is a real pain in the a.. when used interactively to test and debug.

True. I dislike using murgaLua interactively simply because of this. It's a particular annoyance when doing a "quick test" to have to type every command even if you're only changing a character or two of the previous command.

03-17-2008 09:00 AM
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RE: Maintenance release - 0.6.6

mikshaw Wrote:

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and make sure that readline works this time on Linux. While it doesn't make a difference when murgaLua is used for scripts, it is a real pain in the a.. when used interactively to test and debug.

True. I dislike using murgaLua interactively simply because of this. It's a particular annoyance when doing a "quick test" to have to type every command even if you're only changing a character or two of the previous command.


Second that,

In the mean while , there is rlwrap. install it, it's as simple as launching
rlwrap murgaLua
and you have a fully readlined murgaLua Wink (even with history between different sessions)

greetz, JP[/code]

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03-18-2008 01:49 AM
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RE: Maintenance release - 0.6.6

Apologies

Delayed again ... Just too tired today :-(

Either way FLTK 1.1.8rc3 was released, so I'll be using that.

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03-18-2008 07:07 AM
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jpjacobs Wrote:
In the mean while , there is rlwrap. install it, it's as simple as launching
rlwrap murgaLua
and you have a fully readlined murgaLua Wink (even with history between different sessions)


That's awesome! Thanks for sharing this.

03-18-2008 01:00 PM
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