[implementations-list] text objects

Alessandro Piras laynor at gmail.com
Wed Jun 24 20:56:37 CEST 2009

I will switch to version 0.3.0 when I'll get repeatable visual commands XD
I'm also thinking about improving visual block mode, and refactor the code a
little ^^
Actually, I'm already working on a multiple file version, I split the code
into several files hat should contain more or less separate functionalities,
as navigating thru a big file usually bothers me quite a lot, especially
when there are huge functions like the redefinition of viper-prefix-arg-com.
Anyway, it's still possible to redistribute vimpulse as one big file, and
there's a ready Makefile that does the job.
What do you think? better to upload the split file version now or when I'm
done with the visual command repetition stuff?

2009/6/24 Jason Spiro <jasonspiro3 at gmail.com>

> On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 10:10 AM, Jason Spiro <jasonspiro3 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Wow, you're producing new versions really fast :)
> >
> > I hope to download and try your changes soon.  I had stopped using
> > Emacs, and I only started using it again a few days ago, after you
> > took over maintainership.
> >
> > Tips:
> >
> > -  It's good to write [ANN] in the subject line for new version
> > announcements, and to mention the new version number and new features
> > in the subject line too.
> >
> > e.g.: [ANN] Vimpulse text object fixes, count (3caw) works,
> > repeat (.) works
> >
> > -  Maybe you should bump the version from up to 0.3.0 soon,
> > you've made a lot of changes. :)
> >
> Followup:  You can find more tips online on how to run an open source
> project.  See http://szabgab.com/blog/2008/11/1226214450.html ;
> http://www.google.ca/search?q=how+to+run+open+source+project ; etc.
> :)  But you've been doing fine so far.
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