Hi Paul,

On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 07:21:39 +0900, Paul Battley wrote:
> On 13/07/06, Phil Jackson <phil / shellarchive.co.uk> wrote:

> >I've been hacking away at a new editor for a while and have come up with
> >'Vela'. I've uploaded it to SF (no web page as shell access is down) and
> >would love for you to download it and give me a quick opinion (what would
> >you like to see, is the API ok, what am I doing wrong, etc...).
> >
> >It's not really usable yet but you can get the gist of things. Also I've
> >only tried compiling it on Linux/gcc (cygwin defiantly won't work yet).
>
> I managed to compile it on OS X PPC (had to do 'chmod +x install-sh'
> to get 'make install' to work, though). It works, but I keep getting
> stuck in the debug buffer and I can't get out! I can't really say any
> more ...

'C-X C-X' should have got you out. 'C-B c' would have created a new buffer.
Any files passed as parameters should have loaded for you too.

> In vela.rb, all the empty parentheses after method calls without
> arguments are a bit un-idiomatic, e.g. 'EDITOR.get_buffers().size()'
> or 'if not b.filename?()'.

Fixed. That's because of my C background, you might find the odd line with a
semi-colon at the end too :)

Cheers,
Phil