Sat, Jun 8
Perhaps we must go away from the implicit listing of the syntax files and really just add them all to the CMakeLists.txt,
Thu, Jun 6
I am confused, the generation of index.katesyntax fails because the list "variables" does not exist (there is no variable predefined in this context). We may be in a situation where a change of branch does not recompile the index file :/.
Wed, Jun 5
Nice, I use ninja here, cool to have!
Tue, Jun 4
Thanks for the update!
oops, missing version increase
Thu, May 30
OK I understand. Initially I had not changed the version number of txsh.xml and it is based on the reference in /usr/share/org.kde.syntax-highlighting/syntax/index.katesyntax rather than in the repository.
And the fact that the versions in the index file were newer than my xml files... I had errors with highlight.fish.
Tue, May 28
Actually the resource should be recreated on syntax file changes and be used.
Mon, May 27
I forgot to ask about running the tests. Is it normal that system syntax files take precedence if we have an index.katesyntax? Currently I have to run the tests by setting the environment variable XDG_DATA_DIRS.
Change looks reasonable + test case => thanks, please push
Sun, May 26
Apr 16 2019
The build issue got fixed.
Apr 12 2019
Apr 10 2019
Ok, then we keep that license and push this as is.
I found nothing helpfull for this question. There is still the list of Unix commands, where I did only small additions and which is nearly half the lines of code.
When in doubt, I think it is better to stick to the rules. So I would like to keep it LGPL.
Apr 7 2019
If you think you nearly changed everything, I guess MIT is ok.
If you think still too much is derived, I can live with LGPL ;=)
I let you decide.
Apr 6 2019
Apr 5 2019
Thanks for the contribution.
On a first glance, that looks ok, no hard coded colors, test case, ...
We would prefer if the license would be MIT, is that possible?
Apr 3 2019
Mar 24 2019
Mar 23 2019
Updated groovy.xml version from 5 to 6
You also have to increase the "version" from 5 to 6. Could you provide an updated patch?
Mar 22 2019
Mar 7 2019
Mar 5 2019
Mar 4 2019
;=) Any updates?
Feb 28 2019
Feb 24 2019
I also do not see an issue with this.
But beside the stuff with the xcvxv.xcvc stuff, I think you can commit this already as a first step to have a nicer highlighting, nice to see all hard coded colors gone!
For the . stuff in keywords, have you tried to specify some
I would have no issues with this if Volker is ok, too.
Remove outdate Octave tests
Add tests for Octave highlighting
Feb 23 2019
Cool, thanks! ...which now leads us to the point where the only missing part is a unit test for the two new public functions :-)