A possibly new way of drawing boxes in the terminal

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  • re

    A very simple, very much in progress text editor written in Ruby. (by vidarh)

    The github repo [1] is wildly out of date, and it probably won't even run on other peoples systems at the moment as one of my experiments with it is to keep the editor itself as tiny as possible and leverage other tools for as much as possible. As such, it relies on bspwm for multi-window support, and on rofi for file-selection, theme selection etc., and helper scripts not in the repo. It's currently smaller than my Emacs config used to be...

    More so than the editor, which I'm kinda treating as my config more than a finished app, I'm gradually splitting functionality into a bunch of gems so that the editor itself will feel even more like just configuration...

    Here's another screenshot [2] showing part of the integration with Rouge for syntax-highlighting, and showing how it's rendering comments by recursing into Rouge's Markdown mode, which again recurses into Rouge's Ruby mode. The "LayeredLexer" class it shows is used to enable that.

    [1] https://github.com/vidarh/re

    [2] https://imgur.com/a/1mTLAPs

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