On Mon, 2005-01-31 at 05:57 +0900, Lothar Scholz wrote:
> Please send me some feedback if it runs on your Linux distribution,
> maybe together with a "ldd" output about missing libs. At the moment i
> only tested this on SUSE 9.1

Seems to work well on Fedora Core 3. My only complaint with the
program so far (on Linux) is aesthetic---it doesn't take advantage of
font anti-aliasing. This does make a big difference when you're
staring at the code all day long. ;-)

Also, I noticed that the file browser pane seems to be a little buggy.
When it loaded up the directory tree for an imported project, it would
only list the first subdirectory, and then would list the other
(first-level) subdirectories under that directory. Every time I would
"Refresh" the project tree, it would move one directory out and into
the correct place. After hitting "Refresh" several times, it finally
listed everything properly. Strange.

-- 
Regards,
John Wilger

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