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Kalle Alm wrote:
On Wed, 2006-12-13 at 15:14 -0800, Brion Vibber
I haven't been able to get the demo to do anything other than hang
The first time you load it it has to fetch a lot of data, unfortunately.
Though that would be indicated by the flipping "Transfering data
from.." / "Waiting for .." messages in the status bar. I'll have to
it on my Mac.
Well, for at least a couple of minutes Firefox failed to respond to any
UI events, such as attempting to switch to the application. In order to
get back to work, I issued a Force Quit.
There seems to
be a lot of duplicate code in the patch, as well as some
scary-looking SQL that may not be secure.
Yeah. It's mostly a proof of concept, but we wanted to provide a patch
anyway, as people tend to go "Cool. But how do *I* use it at home?".
It looks like
you're also trying to throw in some kind of wysiwyg
processing. That's unfortunate; half-working wysiwyg translation of this
kind will probably never be reliable enough for us to be able to use or
endorse it. I would strongly recommend sticking with a clean text
editor, and leaving wysiwyg for a future day.
Actually, wysiwyg support is fully supported on the synchroedit end; at
one point it would convert the wysiwyg stuff into mediawiki markup, but
the problem was that it didn't (and I was hesitant to make it) convert
mediawiki markup to html. So what I have done is basically ripped out
the toolbar. The problem with making it "true" plaintext is that user
coloring won't work anymore. But I should probably do some cleaning up
Ooh well that could be neat. I'll have to play with it... someday .... :)
I'll play around with the Mac later today and see
Apologies about the hanging. :/
S'okay. Firefox 2.0 is more crash-friendly with the session restoration
- -- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com
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