Category Archives: GSoC

The GSoC on GtkSourceView/gedit comes to an end

A small update on my GSoC. The first part took a little longer than expected. But I’m happy with the results, the search and replace API is simple and flexible, there were not a lot of bugs to fix, and … Continue reading

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Regex search in gedit and GtkSourceView, finally

Although regular expression searches were possible with plugins, it is now available by default in gedit. The search and replace works too, and you can use backreferences (\0, \1, …) in the replacement text. All this work has been merged … Continue reading

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Search and replace in gedit and GtkSourceView

My GSoC on GtkSourceView/gedit/… is coming along nicely. Here is a screenshot of the new search in gedit: The visible new thing is the “298 of 703” in the search entry, that shows the position of the current search match, … Continue reading

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Hi, planet GNOME! GSoC on (mainly) GtkSourceView

My blog has just been added to the planet GNOME! I’m now a GSoC student, working mainly on GtkSourceView (my proposal). I’m implementing a higher-level asynchronous API for the search and replace. I hope to finish this task in two … Continue reading

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