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mp-gtk3-5.2.13-1.18 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: mp-gtk3 Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 5.2.13 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.18 Build date: Sat May 29 01:42:58 2021
Group: Productivity/Text/Editors Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 218562 Source RPM: mp-5.2.13-1.18.src.rpm
Summary: A text editor for programmers (GTK+3 version)
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A text editor for programmers (GTK+3 version)


    * Fully scriptable using a C-like scripting language.
    * Unlimited undo levels.
    * Complete Unicode support.
    * Multiple files can be edited at the same time and blocks copied and pasted among them.
    * Syntax highlighting for many popular languages / file formats: C, C++, Perl, Shell Scripts,
      Ruby, Php, Python, HTML...
    * Creative use of tags: tags created by the external utility ctags are used to move
      instantaneously to functions or variables inside your current source tree. Tags are
      visually highlighted (underlined), and symbol completion can be triggered to avoid typing
      your own function names over and over.
    * Intelligent help system: pressing F1 over any word of a text being edited triggers the
      underlying system help (calling man when editing C or Shell files, perldoc with Perl, ri
      on Ruby, winhelp on MS Windows...).
    * Understandable interface: drop-down menus, reasonable default key bindings.
    * Configurable keys, menus and colors.
    * Text templates can be easily defined / accessed.
    * Multiplatform: Console/curses, GTK+, MS Windows.
    * Automatic indentation, word wrapping, internal grep, learning / repeating functions.
    * Spellchecking support (via the ispell package).
    * Multilingual.
    * Password-protected, encrypted text files (using the ARCFOUR algorithm).
    * It helps you abandon vi, emacs and other six-legged freaks definitely.






* Mon Feb 26 2018
  - Update to version 5.2.13
    New features:
    * This release includes Qt5 support.
    version 5.2.12
    New features:
    * This version includes a new driver for raw ANSI terminals,
      for systems who don't (want to) have libncursesw.
    * The cursor position for every file is remembered from
      session to session.
    Fixed bugs:
    * Fixed action `open_under_cursor' (again).
    * Fixed behaviour inconsistency between actions `seek' and
    * Fixed action `sync' (save all modified files).
    Other features:
    * Version numbering convention has changed: development
      versions shall no longer have (CURRENTVERSION+1)-dev,
      but (CURRENTVERSION)-patch.
    version 5.2.11
    This version includes the following lot of features by
    fellow developer X-Ryl669:
    * New cut line action (copy and delete line), bound by
      default to ctrl-k.
    * New key assignation to document list (ctrl-e).
    * Fix ncurses detection for recent distributions.
    * Added suspension (bound to ctrl-l) for curses driver.
    * Added word selection with mouse double-click.
    * Paste in ncurses prompt.
    * New seek matching brace feature, bound to ctrl-j.
    * Text search wraps to the top of the document as many
      other text editors do.
    * Several miscellaneous fixes.
    Other features:
    * Window position and size is saved in all GUI interfaces.
  - Switched build to Qt5 and GTK+3
  - Split gtk3 executable into subpackage
  - Added mp-5-gtk3.desktop as source
* Mon Jan 16 2017
  - Cleanup spec file
  - Add gpg signature
* Mon Jan 16 2017
  - Update to version 5.2.10
    New features:
    * New configuration directive mp.config.show_line_numbers,
      to show line numbers to the left of each line.
    New features:
    * New configuration directive mp.config.emacs_scrolling, to
      enable/disable emacs-like scrolling (half screen jumps
      instead of line-by-line).
    * New actions `scroll_up' and `scroll_down', bound by
      default to `alt-cursor-up' and `alt-cursor-down'.
    * New syntax highlight for JSON files.
    New features:
    * Mouse support on text interfaces (it can be disabled by
      setting mp.config.no_text_mouse to 1).
    * Support for the MS Windows console. Two win32 binaries are
      now deployed: the classic, windowed mp-5.exe and the new,
      console-based, mp-5c.exe.
    * Added column to action `grep'.
    New features:
    * File format dependent build targets (to be used if a Makefile
      is not found in the current directory).
    * `open_under_cursor' also works over diff file marks (those
      starting with @@).
    * New configuration directive `make_opts', for command line
      options to be added to `make'.
    * Search and replace accepts Unicode chars in \x{HHHH} format.
    * The status line format string can also include the %u token
      to show the Unicode codepoint of the character under the cursor.
    Fixed bugs:
    * Fixed hexdump search.
    * Avoid having zero-size marks.
    * Fixed grep.
    New features:
    * Hex view is searchable.
    * New syntax highlight for JavaScript.
    Fixed bugs:
    * Avoid crashes in `play_macro' action.
    * Fixed failing menus on Qt4.
    * Fixed file renaming errors in the directory editor.
    Important changes:
    * Default tab settings has been changed to convert to 4 spaces.
    New features:
    * A new directory editor, linked to the new `open_folder'
      action, that allows file deletion and renaming.
    * New configuration directive `font_weight'.
    * New action `insert_time_stamp', that inserts the current
      timestamp according to the format in the
      `mp.config.time_stamp_format' configuration directive.
    * mp.add_keyseq() has been reimplemented and no longer needs
      the initial [, as it already assumes it's used only for ANSI
      sequences (so you may need to tweak your own definitions).
    * Dynamic tab tweking.
    * Avoid hangups when trying to highlight 0 size regexes.
    * Minor VCS fixes.
    * Revert can be undone.
    New improvements:
    * New actions `move_section_up' and `move_section_down'
      (bound by default to `alt-cursor-up' and `alt-cursor-down').
    * VCS commands can have a common or private log.
    * The menu has been reorganized.
    * Keycode targets can also be other keycodes (not only editor
      actions), so they can be used as aliases.
    * Encodings are now selected from a list.
    * The Curses interface now includes a read-only scrollbar.
    * A much faster hexadecimal viewer.
    Other changes:
    * Al MP code has been refactored to use new MPSL object-oriented
    Major improvements:
    * Added Version Control commands (bound by default to `ctrl-p').
      The supported systems are (adding new ones is very easy):
      + Git
      + Subversion
      + Mercurial
    * If any file being edited is modified externally, the situation
      is detected and the user is prompted for file reloading.
    * GTK library detection: Uses 3.x if available, then 2.x.
    * Special information gathering on help: if the file being edited
      is C/C++ and asking for help (by pressing `F1') do not return
      a `man' page, a special routine inspects all source files and
      headers looking for structures, variables and function prototypes
      to be shown as help.
    * If a template name starts with #!, the template body is assumed
      to be MPSL code, that will be executed and its value returned
      as the template to be inserted.
    * New "Pipes" game.
    * New `check_for_updates' action.
    Fixed bugs:
    * Make `keep_eol' behaviour more intuitive (bug #1294).
    New actions:
    * `indent_block': Indents the current line or the selected block.
    * `unindent_block': Reverse of `indent_block'.
    New features:
    * ~/.mp_templates can be a directory. If it is, the `global' file
      there is always read (and those templates put at the top) and it
      will also read a file named like the current syntax highlight
      definition (so different templates appear if your editing C, Perl,
    New configuration options:
    * `mp.config.smart_bol': if set to nonzero, the `move_bol' action
      now moves to the first non-blank character in the line instead of
      to column 0 (unless the cursor is already on the first non-blank).
    Other improvements:
    * The following actions accept additional arguments when called
      as functions (and do not ask for them, if present):
      + `goto'
      + `save_as'
      + `exec_command'
      + `filter_selection'
  - Refreshed mp-docdir.patch
  - Added mp-rpmlintrc
  - Spec cleanup
* Sat Apr 23 2011
  - new upstream version <5.2.0>
    * New actions:
    - filter_selection: to filter the selection (or the full document if no
      selection is done) through a system command.
    - exec_action: that shows a list of actions to execute on the current
    - cut_lines_with_string: that cuts to the clipboard all lines in a document
      or block that matches a regular expression.
    - insert_real_tab: bound to shift-tab, to insert a tab character (\t)
      regardless of whatever is set in the tabs_as_spaces configuration variable.
    - insert_next_item: to insert a new enumeration item in a document.
    * Bugfixes:
    - Fixed insert / overwrite mode.
    - If a selection is invisible (incomplete or with the start and end in the
      same character), a new keystroke does not jump to it.
    * New configuration options:
    - mp.config.hw_cursor: to activate the hardware cursor in text environments
      (disabled by default).
    * Text user interface improvements:
    - File opening list is fully navegable (directories up and down),
    - Selection lists accept letter keys to jump to elements,
    - If a text mode menu panel do not fit vertically on the screen, menu items
      are scrolled as needed.
    * New command line options:
    - -txt: force text mode (instead of GUI).
    * General improvements:
    - If a block is selected, actions word_wrap_paragraph, join_paragraph and
      eval_doc act only on it.
    - The internal engine has been partly rewritten, so it requires less memory
      and it's a bit faster.
* Wed Aug 25 2010
  - new upstream version <5.1.4>
    * If a block is selected, any keystroke substitutes it.
    * Support for Alt + keys (ASCII and movement) has been added,
      and mostly left unbound to be used by the user for his own
    * A new tab mode, which uses the previous line as a template
      for tab columns.
    * Fixed action `open_under_cursor'.
    * The `mp.paste()' function returns the clipboard content
      as a string if called without arguments.
    * New Grutatxt syntax highlighter.
    * Fix F10 in Win32.
    * Fix a bug when calculating the drawing position in the
      selected block, that were leading to crashes.
* Tue Sep 22 2009
  - new upstream version <5.1.3>
    * A new Qt4 driver (adapted from the KDE4 driver).
    * A new hexadecimal viewer.
    * New action 'open_dropped_files', to open files dropped from the underlying system GUI.
    * Improved file encoding autodetection by looking at the UTF BOM marks.
    * New configuration option keep_eol, to keep the original end of line sequence each document had.
    * Fixed some clipboard issues, as replacing the selected block when pasting and some crashes.
    * win32 executable has been renamed to mp-5.exe.
    * The status line format string can also include the %e token to show the encoding used by the document.
    * Fixed win32 input processing in non-latin environments.
    * Setting an empty encoding (to fall back to system defaults) always work.
* Sat Jul 18 2009
  - new upstream version <5.1.2>
    * The `grep' action can now be recursive.
    * New syntax color for special documentation blocks.
    * Fix searching into empty selected blocks (this was bug #1269).
    * New action `section_list', that shows a list of _sections_
      in the current document to jump to. Sections are usually
      function definitions and special marks in programming
    * New action `seek_misspelled', to search the next
      misspelled word. It has been assigned to keycode `f5'.
    * New action `ignore_last_misspell', to add the last misspelled
      word found by `seek_misspelled' to a whitelist so it won't
      be found again.
    * New action `seek_repeated_word', to search for words starting
      or ending with the same number of letters up to a maximum
      distance. It's controlled by the new configuration directives
      `mp.config.rw_num_chars' and `mp.config.rw_max_dist'.
      It has been assigned to keycode `f6' (this keycode was
      previously assigned to `join_paragraph', which has no
      keybinding now).
    * The action `open_templates_file' has been fixed.
    * Several GTK interface updates by fellow developer Sebastian Vöcking.
    * New command line option `-d', to change the working directory.
    * Several fixes to the win32 driver: word wrapping, combobox
      drop-down sizes, underlined text.
    * Avoid hanging if the external ispell program is broken.
    * The `dump()' function now dumps its argument as MPSL code.
* Sun Dec 07 2008
  - new upstream version <5.1.1>
    * Internationalization works in all platforms (including KDE4,
      were it was faulty, and win32, where it was non-existent since
      the 3.x series).
    * The status line format string can also include the %w token
      to show the number of words in the current document or selection
      (can be slow).
    * Search and replace is now limited to the selected block, if any.
* Sat Sep 27 2008
  - new upstream version <5.1.0>
* Wed Jul 02 2008
  - new upstream version <5.0.3>
* Wed Mar 19 2008
  - initial build <5.0.2>



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