2007-08-17 04:15:06 UTC
"Recently, I was thinking of improving QuickText to its next version, featuring
better configuration files, mirror and randomly ordered hotspots. When I finally
decided to get my hands dirty, I found myself trying to catch up with the C/C++
code I had done a few months ago - its readability was awful. Notepad++ allows
plugins through DLL files that use the Windows messaging system to communicate
with the application - mainly written in C ou C++. It all works beautifully
but not as elegant and as productive as one would wish.
Today I started the pynpp project on Google Code, a plugin that offers Python
plugins to Notepad++. It will feature an API for better and faster programming
of plugins, and of course provide all the wonders of Python.
Also, QuickText will be completelly rewritten in Python and the project will
be moving to Google Code."
* Blog Post: http://pessoa.fct.unl.pt/p110371/blog/quicktext-on-halt-pynpp-on-it
* Project Page: http://code.google.com/p/pynpp/
You are receiving this email because you elected to monitor this forum.
To stop monitoring this forum, login to SourceForge.net and visit: