It was a longer than usual cycle and many parts of the configuration and plug-in API were broken in the process. There are some bugs we already found with the new version but I hope in the next few days we'll be able to fix those issues.
With these configuration and API changes we hope to keep the API stable for a few months so more people can start using Padre and develop plug-ins for it.
We should also make sure that from now on the transition is as smooth as possible between API changes.
Thanks for all the Padre developers who made this happen and thanks to Jérôme for releasing it.Published on 2009-02-02 by Gabor Szabo blog comments powered by Disqus