Author Archives: Jesse van den Kieboom

New gedit beta release for OS X

We have been hard at work since the last announcement. Thanks to help from people testing out the previous release, we found a number of issues (some not even OS X related) and managed to fix most of them. The … Continue reading

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gedit 3.14 for OS X (preview)

If you’re reading this through planet GNOME, you’ll probably remember Ignacio talking about gedit 3 for windows. The windows port has always been difficult to maintain, especially due to gedit and its dependencies being a fast moving target, as well … Continue reading

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Looking for new opportunities

I have been a bit more quiet on this blog (and in the community) lately, but for somewhat good reasons. I’ve recently finished my PhD thesis titled On the dynamics of human locomotion and the co-design of lower limb assistive … Continue reading

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bugzini

I think I’m not the only one who dreads visiting the hog that is bugzilla. It is very aptly named, but a real pain to work with at times. Mostly, what I really don’t like about bugzilla is that it’s … Continue reading

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gnome code assistance

Quite a while back, I introduced gedit code assistance, a plugin for gedit which uses clang to provide various C/C++ code assistance features to gedit such as diagnostics and cross-referencing. The plugin worked reasonably, but there were a few iss … Continue reading

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gitg 0.3.2

We’ve just released a minor new version of gitg. This release fixes some small issues with regard to packaging (man page installation, parallel install, updated dependency versions). As always, we appreciate any issues reported back to us. I’ve also added … Continue reading

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vala and autobuild

When we switched gitg to Vala, we initially had some problems making the build work correctly. Parallel build especially gave us a lot of headaches. Just so that if someone else runs into the same problems, here are some thoughts … Continue reading

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gitg

I don’t really write a lot of blog posts, but when I write one it’s because I have something to say. Today I want to say something about gitg (a graphical interface for git). You can skip to Dawn if … Continue reading

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On fixing a WD Live, data rescue and Arduino’s

Some while ago, I bought a WD Live (2T) type of NAS for use as a media server/backup storage at home. From various other solutions for ┬árunning this type of thing, I was pretty happy with the WD Live. It’s … Continue reading

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Introducing cldoc: a clang based documentation generator for C and C++

I would like to introduce my latest project that I have spent some time on developing in the last weeks. cldoc is a clang based documentation generator for C and C++. I started this project because I was not satisfied … Continue reading

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