FINALLY was able to get a screenshot of the Arabic support patch working in Vim on Windows today. This has been quite a challenge since I know nothing of either C or Arabic. ;) Hopefully it will get into the official tree soon. It's been fun trying to support the effort with my meager binary factory.
We're moving ever closer to getting an installer for the Windows version of Cream for Vim. But NSIS sure has a curious script format. I don't understand why we can't all just get along on scripting, you would think a little standardization would go a long way. Everybody always wants to re-invent the wheel.
The Free Architecture list discussion has been a good exercise lately. Bruno obviously knows his tools and has proposed a very interesting concept for a versionable CAD file. I'm glad to have written the SQL idea for historical reference, but the speed issue will likely be a significant roadblock for the foreseeable future. While this has been a good exercise, I'm anxious to design a detail library system that solves practical issues that architectural firms face. Architects need help, but I don't think there are many who even realize the problem, let alone can define it well enough to be solved.