To be honest, I don't get all the excitement for Chocolate. It seems
innovative. I could be wrong of course, but I doubt it will have
using node.js. Everything in there is already here today right?
On Aug 4, 6:46 pm, Ryan Jafari <ryan.jaf...@gmail.com
> Agreed. There is huge interest right now for the next editor, since TextMate 2… well yeah (barely functions properly on Lion for me). I've spoken to a number of developers working on new editors, none of which are open source, and some closer to completion than others. Chocolat seems like it might actually happen (http://chocolatapp.com/
) and looks pretty neat (alpha now, will be 30 GBP I think I heard).
> But yeah, Kod seems like it could be great and Rasmus has done a lot to make it easier for people to help out, considering his new position and relocation.
> On Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 12:36 PM, Dirk Geurs wrote:
> > I have been following the development of Kod for a while now and to be
> > honest I'm kind of disappointed that no one seems to be interested in
> > helping Rasmus out with the core features of the editor. He has done
> > all sorts of things to set up Kod for contributors but so far very
> > little interest has been shown in helping out with the core features.
> > This comes as surprise to me since Kod has all the characteristics of
> > worthwhile open source project. It's innovative, challenging and
> > there's plenty of interest in a new text editor for OS X. Just think
> > of the possibilities of a syntax aware editor!
> > Anyway, I don't believe Kod is dead but it's quite an ambitious
> > program to write. If we are all gonna sit here waiting for Rasmus to
> > finish it could be a while. As for myself, the fact that I don't have
> > any obj-c experience has been holding me back. But since I took a few
> > months of to learn new stuff I will be diving in soon. My guess is it
> > will take me a few weeks to get up to speed though.