Welcome to the weekly development report or what was done in my Open Source projects in the last week.
Roguelike in a sky with steampunk theme (written in Ada)
Another quiet week in the stable version. The only change was the update to the development documentation for the project, but nothing in the game itself. I probably need help there to find something. :)
The development version work continues as usual. The mostly by adding sorting options to various in-game lists:
Ada binding to Tcl/Tk, the new version of TASHY
Tk.TtkEntry is finished for now. The whole code documentation is
on its place and all units tests (Which were updated too) work as expected.
After that, I updated a bit the demo program: it is now centered on the
screen, plus its "display" looks a bit better. And now, the work on binding for
Tk command bind started. While the binding isn't too complicated, it
requires adding also enumeration with all possible keysyms supported by the Tk
library. And this may take some time to add. Thus, the next week can be same
monotony like the last one. :)
Graphical File Manager for Linux (written in Ada)
And finally, after around 10 months of work, the new, buggy, development version of the program was released. That is something to celebrate... by around 5 minutes. :) After that, back to the work:
Yet Another Static Site (generator) (written in Ada)
Again and again and again: fixing the problems reported by AdaControl
continues. It is still at the
Pages package. Also, fixed a new bug,
introduced in the last few days or weeks: editing the project's tags with the
Various Docker images files related to the Ada programming language
A new and not fully tested Docker image was added to the project: with Spark 2014 Discovery. It was also build thus it is available in the same place where are other images.
Ready-to-deploy plugins and configuration which change Vim/NeoVim into (mostly Ada) IDE
And it is this time of the year again. Time for update the project. At this moment only default configuration was updated with the new packages, removed a few and updated default configuration for them:
.vimrcwas updated with configuration for them.