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- Subject: Re: Is there any plan to include build-in class support?
- From: Steve Litt <slitt@...>
- Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2011 03:02:53 -0500
On Thursday 13 January 2011 02:28:10 steve donovan wrote:
> An informal group is all it takes, providing that group can focus on
> results and not degenerate into bikeshedding (my favourite word of
> 2010.) and the sharing of opinions. The code is the proof of such
> efforts, and is not a demonstration of individual brilliance but
> something practical and well-documented that provides guidance by
Good luck with that.
If I were in your position (actually I have been), I'd roll my own, document
it, put it out there, and publicize it. It just might happen that people like
it and modify it, and you put in the modifications you like.
After switching to Linux in 2001 and no longer having an outliner, I totally
kludged something together with some vi command sequences, some perl scripts,
and Vim. I called it VimOutliner. People much better than I took over the
project and there are now hundreds or thousands of people using it, and man,
Here's the story of the first few years of VimOutliner:
Tell you what. If you ever create a quick developing Lua GUI tool with forms,
fields, picklists, and a reasonable access to Postgres, I'll write the
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