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Re: Kvim broken in alioth



On Monday, 30 de May de 2005 16:04, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis) wrote:
> On Monday 30 May 2005 14:26, Rigo Wenning wrote:
> > Am Monday 30 May 2005 12:22 verlautbarte Matej Cepl :
> >
> > What is a bit sad is that efforts are now split between yzis and kate
> > instead of championing one editor. But this is how the world works today.
>
> yes and no:
> - yes there both editors, so in that sense there's duplication
> - they have different scopes though: kate is a general kde-only editor,
> yzis is a portable backend library for a vi-like editor, with several
> frontends (amongst which a kde one that also acts as a editor-kpart).
> Userbase for a vi-like editor, and userbase for a normal gui-editor don't
> really overlap. - kate and yzis do share code where it makes sense (one
> example being the highlighting for different sorts of files, where they
> both use the same LUA-syntax files AIUI)

Just now Kate and Kyzis developers are talking about how to share as most code 
as possible, in fact, the next step is being to be able to use the Yzis 
component inside Kate :)

Best regards

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