Subject: moving towards 0.8
Date: Tuesday 5th October 2010 11:43:03 UTC (over 6 years ago)
There is two key points I want to make for the next release, configure script for auto detect the system preferences and improve the categories. I been working on the first one for the last week and so. I created a configure script using ACR (http://www.nopcode.org/wk.php/Acr), it auto detect where curses is installed and some few more things. The script is automatically generated from the configure.acr, but I keep it on the repositories so the developers don't need to have ACR installed. The script is generated with the ACR from mercurial, the last released version is missing some proper support for C++. The second thing I want to improve in tudu is the categories. Right now a task can be only in one category (or none) and the categories are maximum 7 characters long. I would like to remove this two limitations, making possible to have categories as long as you wish and adding the possibility to have one task in more than one category. But I'm not sure how the interface should look like. So if you have some ideas I'll love to hear them. I'm thinking maybe on making some commands like :addcategory, :rmcategory, ... to edit the category list of the selected task. I don't know if is better to keep the category display like is now, showing only one category of the task; or create a new window to show all the categories of the task; or a new window to show the categories that are displayed with different color for the ones that the task has. I don't know how I would like it. -- Rubén Pollán | jabber:[email protected] -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Nos vamos a Croatan.