Highlights ========== - A complete rewrite of Mousepad. The code is now written in GOjects where possible so we have a solid base for further development. - Run multiple windows in one instance. We also invoke a running instance with DBus (optional), this is needed for tab DND between windows. - Drag and Drop support for text inside a document, between tabs and between windows. Also supports opening a file by dragging it into the window. - Support for multiple tabs in one window which are both reorderable and detachable. - Load multiple files at once from both the open dialog and the command line. - Type-ahead find and highlight feature like Firefox. - Support for editable menu accelerators. - Reimplemented recent file support. You can cleanup the Mousepad history and a file is removed from the history when Mousepad was unable to open it. - Syntax highlighting of many filetypes (including printing). - Various hidden settings. - Statusbar with filetype, cursor location and whether overwrite is actived. - Mousepad depends on GTK+ 2.20. Bug fixes ========= - Save button is now default response in the dialog (Bug #2941). - No font is set as long the user has not defined any (Bug #2720). - No compiler warnings (Bug #1697). - Windows geometry is now properly saved (Bug #2945). - Hidden option to show the full path in the window title (Bug #2896). - Basic command line options (Bug #2397). - The MousepadPreferences object uses XfceRc for saving the settings (Bug #2786). - No segfault when there is no rc file (Bug #2784). - Support syntax highlighting using GtkSourceView (Bug #3228 & #5803). - Proper Drag and Drop support (Bug #2055). - Fix recent files support (Bug #5635, #3850 & #7890). - Use GTK+ printing (Bug #4477). - Settings saved in Find (and Replace) dialogs (Bug #7246). - No deprecated dependencies (Bug #7259).
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