This Editor wants to provide a free, easy and comfortable writing experience.
Therefore we chose Perl, Scintilla and wxPerl, our binding to wxWidgets, to realize it.
Our goal is to make this software crossplatform, nonintrusive and interoperable.
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Internet If you like to follow all latest development of the rewrite, just follow @kephra_lk on twitter.

  Herbert, 5. September, 2012

Rewrite Looks Good

Status Report After some pause the first prototypes and helper modules are running. Even the main design is fixed now. But because this time we built much more infrastructure (modules for CPAN too) it will take a year more till it can replace current stable Kephra version.

  Herbert, 29. August, 2012

Kephra Debian Package

Downloads Thanks to Fabrizio Regalli who did the packaging and the final clarifications about typos and licensing. Just have a look. Ubuntu should follow soon and Slack is also in preparation.

  Herbert, 21. November, 2011

Fresh Ideas About Editors

Talks On Wednesday, the 17th of August I gave yet another Kephra talk at the YAPC::EU in Riga. But this was partially disguised as I was cherrypicking just the interesting Ideas we did or are yet to implemented.

It was a rather short talk for this big topic because I had a lot of other talks too and was not sure how much time to prepare I get. This strategy went partially south, since I was poorly prepared and got kicked out when it started to be really good. I had almost just 8 good minutes as you can see.
So let's improve. I visited in Riga the speakers workshop to get better.

  Herbert, 21. November, 2011

Major Rewrite

Notes In case you wondered, it got a bit quit because we were dabbling about the problems we face under Linux. To solve that, but also to get the new features easier, we started a rewrite, that will become version 0.6.

Version 0.4.n will be maintained further up to 0.5.n, but my main focus is now the new development. The new codebase will have more tests, more oop, more decoupled units, a new event system and maybe even be faster but in any case much more correct (UTF and other wise).
Thank you for your interest and support.

  Herbert, 1. June, 2011

Spanish Localisation

Localisation Enrique Neill translated Kephra into a language that was on top of my list. Now Russian and Italian can follow.
Thank you ver much.

  Herbert, 22. January, 2011

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