[annotator-dev] About the future of the Range implementation

Gergely, Ujvari ujvari at hypothes.is
Wed Jun 11 18:57:36 UTC 2014

I like Range being in a separate module.
About rangy, as I see, they do not really fix issues fast.

2014.06.11. 20:50 keltezéssel, Randall Leeds írta:
> +1 to releasing Range as a separate module.
> The best thing around besides ours seems to be Rangy and it
> unfortunately seems to be acquiring more stuff, such as a highlighter.
> A good Range package would be a great thing for the web dev community.
> On Jun 11, 2014 8:18 AM, "Kristof Csillag" <csillag at hypothes.is
> <mailto:csillag at hypothes.is>> wrote:
>     Hi all,
>     As some of you already know, currently I am working on separating all
>     the anchoring-related work that which Annotator does (both in the
>     Upstream version, both in the Hypothes.is fork) into a separate
>     library,
>     which Annotator and other projects could use, but which can be
>     developed
>     independently.
>     As a part of this problem, I need to have the current Range
>     implementation (BrowserRange, NormalizedRange, SerializedRange) in
>     that
>     library, too.
>     How would you feel like releasing this part (the Range implementation)
>     as a separate NPM package, so that it can be plugged in easily
>     wherever
>     we need it?
>        Kristof
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