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Mozedit 0.1.1 Final Released

Saturday November 22nd, 2003

Mark Bokil writes: "A stable version of Mozedit was released today (0.1.1 final). Mozedit is an advanced text editor modeled after BBEdit and HomeSite. Significant features aimed at web development have been added. The extension is now compatible with both Mozilla and Firebird and an optional Emacs mode is available. You can download the extension at http://mozedit.mozdev.org/installation.html. Screenshots are available at http://mozedit.mozdev.org/screenshots.html."


#6 I agree

by lump1

Sunday November 23rd, 2003 12:14 PM

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If what we accomplish with all this separation is that shared libraries are going to be duplicated on the disk and in memory, we will have taken the wrong course. I hope that GRE is being left out because including it would slow down development. But at some point, I hope there is a detection mechanism so that all these apps can share libraries, at least in memory, if not on the disk. Maybe once things stabilize more, developers can start thinking about a way to do that.

For my part, I'm happy with Mozedit being an extension of Firebird, and I'd love it if there were a package of Thunderbird that would install as an extension of Firebird rather than as a standalone. But we would definitely need GRE for that. I'm happy to wait for a while, but I hope this is on the agenda somewhere down the line.