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Group :: Editors
Source RPM: wxstedit
Current version: 1.6.0-alt4.r3169.2
Built: over 5 years ago
Size: 516 KB
Repocop status: skip
Gear:   http://git.altlinux.org/gears/w/wxstedit.git
Home page:   http://wxcode.sourceforge.net/showcomp.php?name=wxStEdit

License: wxWidgets License
Summary: sample program for the wxWidgets's wxStyledTextCtrl Scintilla wrapper
Description:

wxStEdit is a library and sample program for the wxWidgets's wxStyledTextCtrl
wrapper around the Scintilla text editor widget. It provides a number of
convenience functions and added capabilities, including the necessary
prefs/styles/language management, menu creation and updating, a splitter,
notebook, and frame component. Additionally it provides a find/replace, editor
settings, and property dialogs. It is designed to be easily integrated into a
larger program and while it tries to manage as much as possible, it's fairly
extensible as well. Individual features and "helper" functionality
can be turned off or overridden if desired. The bottom line, this editor
builds upon the wxStyledTextCtrl by adding all the necessary code to ease the
burden of providing a full featured editor or a set of identically styled
editors in a notebook or frame.

List of contributors:

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • libwxstedit
  • libwxstedit-debuginfo
  • libwxstedit-devel
  • wxstedit
  • wxstedit-debuginfo
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2015-10-04 Anton Midyukov 1.6.0-alt4.r3169.2

    - Rebuilt for new gcc5 C++11 ABI.
        

2015-07-13 Eugeny A. Rostovtsev 1.6.0-alt3.r3169.2

    - Rebuilt with gcc5
        

2015-01-03 Eugeny A. Rostovtsev 1.6.0-alt3.r3169.1

    - Rebuilt with updated libwxGTK3.1
        
 
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