Comments for Minimum Profit

13 Jan 2008 12:27 LuxOFlux

Re: mp_core.mpsl


>

> % I try to start mp-5.0.0 in a

> debian-box

> % with gtk-2.12.1-2 and I get this

> error.

> %

> % File 'mp_core.mpsl' not found in INC

> %

I had the same error on a ubuntu box when I ran config.sh with the --debian flag. After re-running config.sh without it and reinstalling it now runs fine, plus installs to /usr/local instead of in the main tree which I prefer anyway.

L.

07 Dec 2007 08:32 angeltriptico

Re: mp_core.mpsl


> I try to start mp-5.0.0 in a debian-box

> with gtk-2.12.1-2 and I get this error.

>

> File 'mp_core.mpsl' not found in INC

>

> what I can do to solve this?

>

> thanks.

It's hard to know without more information, but I think

it's probably because you are trying to execute it

without installing it (i.e., as ./mp-5). This does not

work, as it reads its components

from /usr[/local]/share/mp-5.

Try installing it. You can always do 'make uninstall' if

you're not happy.

05 Dec 2007 13:57 flipe

mp_core.mpsl
I try to start mp-5.0.0 in a debian-box with gtk-2.12.1-2 and I get this error.

File 'mp_core.mpsl' not found in INC

what I can do to solve this?

thanks.

05 Mar 2005 01:49 angeltriptico

Re: Syntax Highlighting

> And how about Java and TCL?

I don't use those programming languages so I'm not

qualified to add an optimal syntax highlight for them,

but contributions are always welcome.

05 Mar 2005 01:47 angeltriptico

Re: Would be better

> How come it works so much different from

> traditional software?

> Example, many browsers increase/decrease

> the font size with ctrl and +/- instead

> of F11/F12.

> The way to select text is also different

> from most software.

> It would be alot easier if you could

> just sit down and start to use it

> without have to figure out how it works.

It works differently from other software because it's

different :-) Now seriously, I don't think it's THAT

different. Maybe mouse selections are not so usual,

but I don't see the way it works as a stopper.

Regarding font size, you can also change it with

ctrl-keypad-plus and ctrl-keypad-minus (apart from

F11 / F12). Anyway, keybindings are changeable.

There is always somebody that won't like the default

keybindings of your program. Some people even

asked why it does not use vi or emacs keybindings.

Don't like them? Change them.

28 Feb 2005 04:02 shockzor

Re: Syntax Highlighting
And how about Java and TCL?

28 Feb 2005 04:00 shockzor

Re: Would be better
How come it works so much different from traditional software?
Example, many browsers increase/decrease the font size with ctrl and +/- instead of F11/F12.
The way to select text is also different from most software.
It would be alot easier if you could just sit down and start to use it without have to figure out how it works.

20 Feb 2005 09:25 angeltriptico

Re: Would be better

> Would be better with a smaller and more

> suitable font and if it was able to

> select text with the mouse.

>

> It says something about an error when

> you click on cancel on the "run

> system command" dialog, which

> doesnt fell all right.

Hi! Default fonts are "Mono 14" when using Pango or

"lucidatypewriter 14" without it, so they can arguably

be somewhat larger for some configurations.

Anyway, it's easy to change them in the configuration

file. Also, font size can be zoomed in/out in an

editing session by pressing F11 / F12. Text can be

selected with the mouse, but not in the usual

dragging way, but right-clicking the start and end of

the block.

The 'Error executing command' when cancelling is

certainly a bug; I've just taken note about it.

Thanks for your help,

Angel Ortega

20 Feb 2005 04:42 shockzor

Would be better
Would be better with a smaller and more suitable font and if it was able to select text with the mouse.

It says something about an error when you click on cancel on the "run system command" dialog, which doesnt fell all right.

03 Mar 2004 07:22 angeltriptico

Re: Syntax Highlighting

> Any chance of providing syntax
> highlighting for
> Python?


As of version 3.2.11, Minimum Profit includes syntax highlighting for Python.

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