Kyzis

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Description:

Kyzis is a vim-like editor fully rewritten from scratch based on the yzis framework. It already features multibuffer, syntax highlighting, basic vim commands.
Yzis also comes with a nice console mode application.
Last changelog:

15 years ago

Features:
- right-to-left support
- text completion support
- search bugfixes and improvements: n, N, *, g*, #, g#
- almost all vim ranges are supported: %, , :,
',...
- macro support
- marks and visual mark support
- indent support: >, >,

gohanz

13 years ago

A Slackware 11.0 package with SlackBuild is ready to download!


www.slacky.it

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=29&func=fileinfo&id=1444

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Onykage

13 years ago

having a problem with the configure.

[code]
checking lua.h usability... yes
checking lua.h presence... yes
checking for lua.h... yes
checking lualib.h usability... yes
checking lualib.h presence... yes
checking for lualib.h... yes
checking for lua_open in -llua50... no
checking for lua_open in -llua... no
configure: error: Lua 5.0 libraries were not found !
[/code]

i have the most current lua libs isntalled. And to double check i re-installed the newest packages from lua.org which is 5.1.1

I didnt look in your configure and try to fix the problem myself because i was affraid that doing so might make the install no function properly, or as in a prior comment cause another error.

Im running FC5 with the newest KDE.

any ideas?

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Guinness

12 years ago

Yeah, in my experience this thing won't compile on anything reasonably recent. In other words, it's dead like a doornail.

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gohanz

13 years ago

Use Lua5.0 not Lua5.1!

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KiKeMeTaL

13 years ago

" Low back pain

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luqasz

14 years ago

The editor is vary good, but it the default c++ highlighting config the functions are not colorized (on the pictures there are)-how can I change it?

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hoernerfranz

15 years ago

finally, this seems to be the editor I've been looking for so long !
as a long time vim user, there was always the lack of a kde-integrated gui-version of that.
and kvim never worked ok for me.
kyzis looks very nice, can be configured to my taste, and, yes, it even has tabs (the lack of these always distracted me from kwrite/kate).
so, thanks alot for this great ap!!!

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SWaN

15 years ago

I had to add locale.h to line AC_CHECK_HEADERS in configure.in to avoid this error:

main.cpp: In function `int main(int, char**)':
main.cpp:67: error: `LC_ALL' undeclared (first use this function)
main.cpp:67: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each
function it appears in.)
main.cpp:67: error: `setlocale' undeclared (first use this function)


But now I get another error:

In file included from document.cpp:38:
configdialog.h:30:22: settings.h: No such file or directory
document.cpp: In member function `virtual void KYZisDoc::configDialog()':
document.cpp:296: error: `Settings' undeclared (first use this function)
document.cpp:296: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for
each function it appears in.)
document.cpp:296: error: parse error before `::' token
document.cpp:375:24: document.moc: No such file or directory

I don't have an idea on how to resolve this...
I run Slackware 10.1 with Qt-3.3.3 and KDE-3.3.2.

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mikmak

15 years ago

hmm interesting

it's hard to tell from here, feel free to join on #yzis@freenode and we will help you.

maybe your KDE is too old ?

the locale.h problem never popup-ed before for us. It would be interesting to test all of that online with us ;)

Cheers,
Mik

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elahav

15 years ago

Does it support the KTextEditor API?
That is, can it be embedded as a text editor part?

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mikmak

15 years ago

yes
and yes :)

Cheers,
Mik

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uga

16 years ago

I missed something like this. Good work!

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15 years ago

Features:
- right-to-left support
- text completion support
- search bugfixes and improvements: n, N, *, g*, #, g#
- almost all vim ranges are supported: %, , :,
',...
- macro support
- marks and visual mark support
- indent support: >, >,

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