Category Archives: edlib

Fewer NULL dereferences in edlib

My recent efforts with edlib have been to get rid of some potential NULL pointer dereference issues.  When I first started writing “commands” I assumed that the correct value would always be passed.  Of course that isn’t very safe unless … Continue reading

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A notmuch based email reader

I’ve been very slack.  Sorry.  I keep thinking “I should write a blog post about that” when I make some progress with edlib.  But I also think “or I could write some more code instead”.  I do enjoy writing blog … Continue reading

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edlib is back on track…

In the weeks leading up toe linux.conf.au 2016 I approached edlib development as a sprint.   I wanted to put together sufficient functionality so that I could present my LCA2016 talk using slides displayed by edlib.  I achieve this goal but … Continue reading

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LCA-2016 presentation is done

I’ve been busy of the last couple of months.  A number of family and personal things meant I have less time for edlib, but I had a lot to do for edlib too.  I really wanted to use edlib to … Continue reading

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edlib – render-lines, what a good idea.

I had a brain-wave last week.  I thought it would take me about a day to implement but it took 3 to get it working almost reasonably and the rest of the week to polish it and create some proper … Continue reading

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edlib – commands

It been over 3 months – maybe you thought I had given up – but no.  I had some holidays and other distractions, but I’m back and will be working fairly consistently for a while. The topic for today is … Continue reading

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edlib – managing input

Commands to an editor – at least the sort of editor that edlib is designed for – usually involve single keystrokes or key combinations.  Translating those keystrokes, as well as mouse actions, into commands is the topic of this note.  … Continue reading

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edlib – displays and panes

Displaying the document being edited is, of course, very important for any editor. I have memories of the first editor I used on Unix which was em, rather than the well known “ed”.  It actually allowed a single line to … Continue reading

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edlib – because one more editor is never enough.

I’ve decided to write an editor.  Silly idea I know – there are already two out there: both vim and emacs are quite good.  I’ve heard rumors that there might be others, but investigation always shows they are just toys, … Continue reading

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