Simon Strandgaard <0bz63fz3m1qt3001sneakemail.com> wrote:Of course not. It's an experience every open source programmer> On Fri, 08 Aug 2003 19:49:51 +0200, Simon Strandgaard wrote:>>> Try out AEditor and tell me if AEditor works on your
>> machine. Please report if there is any problems.
>> Ideas + Suggestions for improvements is welcome :-)
> No replies ?
will make. 45 Downloads of your previous release? That's waaay
too less public interest for expecting any feedback. When you'll
have some hundred downloads without getting any feedback, you
may start to worry :-)
I wanted to try it, but I got the following error:> Many people has downloaded AEditor, but only few has
> replied/submitted bug reports/feature requests.
> Who of you has tried AEditor ?
> What do you think ?
../aeditor/buffer_file.rb:2:in `require': No such file to load -- fileutils
from ./aeditor/buffer.rb:6:in `require'
from ./aeditor/main.rb:3:in `require'
from ../bin/aeditor:2:in `require'
Probably I should update to Ruby-1.8.0, because I'm currently using Ruby-1.6.7
which is the current version of Debian/Woody. Probably Ruby will be the
first package where I'll try out Debian's "package pinning", but until now,
I'm just to lazy to do that :)
According to the screenshots and to the FAQ, it seems to be a cool> screenshots:
> AEditor is an editor-widget intented to support pair-programming
> as much as possible.