I'm proud to release a new version of the Minimum Profit Text Editor, including the following:
indent_block: Indents the current line or the selected block.
unindent_block: Reverse of
globalfile there is always read (and those templates put at the top) and it will also read a file named like the current syntax highlight definition (so different templates appear if you're editing C, Perl, etc.).
mp.config.smart_bol: if set to nonzero, the
move_bolaction now moves to the first non-blank character in the line instead of to column 0 (unless the cursor is already on the first non-blank).
Which basically means that it features work by fellow developer Jeremy Cowgar. Meanwhile, I've been procrastinating, breaking things and fixing them back by reverting the changes. I promise to be more diligent in next iteration.
If you are into MPSL programming, you may also be interested in the changes it got:
for()construction: fixed incorrect calling order and for (;;) is accepted for infinite loops.
There have also been some optimizations into MPDM, but they are not worth mentioning.
On another subject, I'm worried about the amount of email and web traffic (or the lack thereof) about Minimum Profit. Do any of you still use it? Are you still interested? Do any of the subscribers to the mailing list still read it? If you do, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and say something.