Hey, sorry for the influx of messages, but after poking around a bit,
and going into overdrive, I did manage to add MathJax support before the
end of GSoC. That now leaves us with minor refactoring and bug fixes,
expect to see some changes once packaging is in order.
On Monday 18 August 2014 08:14 PM, avishkar-gupta wrote:
So today is that day when the official GSoC coding period comes to a
close. Here is the final status of the project.
You can read epubs with Atril.
Search through epubs.
Dual library support at buildtime(both GTK2 and GTK3)
A night reading mode(inverted colors)
Conforms to both epub2 and epub3 standards (to an extent)
and the usual.
I am happy with the way the project turned out. Some bugs such as
memory leaks at some places etc. remain, but those can be taken care
of easily in the upcoming days, once the packaging problems of Gentoo
are taken care of, the patch will most likely be upstreamed, and Epub
support available with MATE-1.10 .
For the last few days, I was working on Adding Mathjax support, but
the terrible(sorry) tool that is GNU automake, I don't think that
would be ready before 13:00 PST today (the 18th), so that would be a
Thanks for the opportunity to work as a GSoC student for MATE and
openSUSE, and kickstarting my open source journey. If anybody's
interested, I'll be writing a blog post, sort of a full lookback of
the project, available at my blog rootavish(dot)github(dot)io.
As usual the code is available at https://github.com/rootavish/atril.git
And you can follow this discussion to see when the commits are merged
with the repo:
Regards and thanks,
To unsubscribe, e-mail: opensuse-project+unsubscribe(a)opensuse.org
To contact the owner, email: opensuse-project+owner(a)opensuse.org