11/23/2012 10:05:19 PM #
I think that the SynEdit SVN is pretty much the "One True Version" right now -- it's been getting some commits over the course of the past year or so, and Eric Grange gave it some love late last year (delphitools.info/.../). Letterpress seems to have fallen off the internet.
11/24/2012 6:06:01 AM #
But be aware to not download SynEdit from the "download" link on the "SynEdit Home Page" (Link posted above from Nick). You would get a really old "~SynEdit_Preview.zip" file. (Seems to be from 2000).
You should instead go to the "SVN Interface" Link, then in the "SynEdit" subdirectory. There you can click on "Download GNU tarball". So you get the most recent source files.
11/24/2012 7:09:02 AM #
Cloud aggregators have, indeed, been thought of (Google cloud storage aggregator) and recently I read a blog about this one http://hojoki.com/ which brings together a bunch of services...none of them, apparently, do it all yet.
11/24/2012 11:35:21 PM #
What do mean with SynEdit encoding? It's Unicode, encoding/decoding has to happen at the I/O as usual.
And yes, neither me nor others still "active" on SynEdit have the file release rights in the SF projects, so zip downloads are way outdated, and you should use SVN version.
I quoted active because changes are limited to fixes and minor optimizations these days, the most active SynEdit fork is the one for the Lazarus project, but it's targeted at the LCL and FreePascal, not Delphi and VCL. The Lazarus SynEdit also advanced quite a bit beyond the Delphi one.
11/25/2012 8:21:38 AM #
Ahh, got it, thanks. I see how it works now. Thank you.
And thanks for continuing to support the project at whatever level.
11/25/2012 10:13:25 AM #
I wrote a cloud aggregator (Globalview), but it is much more. You can merge folders with the same name in a virtual view ... Unfortunately it is not yet translated in English. I will do it soon. Before the end of this year.
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