In order to help the large amount of people looking for my old widgets everyday, I'm putting below a list of the most wanted. Note that the others are still accessible at http://zendold.lojcomm.com.br/.
Today a friend told me that my gedit autocomplete plugin wasn't working under his Windows box. So I decided to check why and learned a lot of things. Basically the plugin doesn't work because the binary version made for windows brings a custom python.dll which doesn't come with the python json library. So, in order to make it work, you need a working version of the json package and copy it to the place where gedit python.dll is expecting it to be and change the places of some files XD
I'm very glad to announce today that I'm releasing gEdit AutoComplete plugin version 0.10.0. Now the plugin has features that I was really missing and it just cost me a little of time between Xmas and new year, so it's my first gift for the programmers in 2010. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
This is probably my last iteration of the gEdit AutoComplete plugin using the current architecture, 'cause the gEdit core team (pbor, jessevdk, nacho and others) are working on a native GTKSourceCompletion engine that should be the basis for the next version of this or the gEdit official one. Meanwhile, I'm inviting anyone interested to make additional language libraries to make the plugin better while the stable official version isn't available.
Better late than never! From now on, all my recent open-source contributions will be available at my github.com account. The current projects are:
ASP Xtreme Evolution (my ASP framework)
Exuberant-ctags (updates to make it's ASP parsing better)
Gedit-* (a lot of good things for gedit)
GTKSourceView-2.0 (updates to add/enhance language.specs)
jquery-vs-mootools (this one is an interesting article I translated)
Although this blog isn't being informative and updated as I think it should be, I'm currently very active and developing a lot of things but not writing much about it. Watching my git account will help you to keep the track of the latest updates in my software development. Enjoy!
Today's geekherocomic.com strip came with an interesting news. It's Salvatore Iovene birthday! And the post was about the book his fiancée built with the last entire year strips archive. I really like this guy work, it's a funny part of my day and to celebrate this special occasion I created a gadget to all GeekHeroComic readers to monitor the latest strip directly from iGoogle homepage.
You can add it using:
Happy birthday @siovene! Keep doing this amazing work!