Mike Burr <mburr(a)unintuitive.org> writes:
> I subscribed to the list, but I suspect it will be ages before it gets
> approved, considering the season.
There is no approval process--perhaps check your spam folder for the
confirmation email. :)
> Below is a patch (against 01345f68c78f9d3869a75c95028f5ce5b55e0643) that
> allows for users to select whether they want to be prompted when they
> choose to quit. I tried to follow your conventions as much as possible.
Thanks for the patch, applied.
> If you're nice enough to credit me: "Mike Burr <mburr(a)unintuitive.org>".
> I'm not up to speed on this github contraption.
> BTW, I *love* pudb and use it constantly. I'll keep changes coming, if
> you're interested.
Great to hear you're finding pudb useful. And I'm always excited to
receive patches. It's always a bit like Christmas. ;)
Aaron Meurer <asmeurer(a)gmail.com> writes:
> On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 5:13 PM, Andreas Kloeckner
> <lists(a)informa.tiker.net> wrote:
>> Aaron Meurer <asmeurer(a)gmail.com> writes:
>>> OK, a few questions:
>>> I just noticed a discrepancy between the stack view and everything
>>> else in the midnight theme. In the stack view, selected text is white
>>> against green. Everywhere else, selected text is black against green.
>>> Any thoughts on which looks better? I was also thinking for the shell
>>> to make the input white against green and the output black against
>> Go with your gut on this one. You use this theme, I don't. :)
> Um, what actually changes the selected stack entry color? I tried
> changing the "stack" color, but that didn't seem to change anything.
That's the right one. With curses, some colors look the same as others...
Try changing it to something wild to see the effect.
>>> I don't like the yellow against gray in the titles, because the
>>> contrast is too low, but I can't find a better color, especially that
>>> still highlights the shortcut key. Suggestions?
>>> Is it possible to change the color of the blue "clear" button? It
>>> clashes with everything else in the midnight theme.
>> Sure--just change this AttrMap:
> By the way, we should also update the example theme. Ideally it would
> have everything in it so that people know what they can change.
Nah, that's just a maintenance burden. I've added a link to the theme
source file on github. That's got to be good enough.