| |interface Efl.Text_Format @beta | |├ (P) ellipsis | |├ (P) wrap | |├ (P) multiline | |├ (P) text_horizontal_align_auto_type | |├ (P) text_horizontal_align | |├ (P) text_vertical_align | |├ (P) linegap | |├ (P) linerelgap | |├ (P) tabstops | |├ (P) password | |├ (P) replacement_char
|Open||None||T7510 evaluate stabilization potential of efl.ui classes and dependencies|
|Resolved||ali.alzyod||T7939 enum Efl.Text_Format_Horizontal_Alignment_Auto_Type|
|Resolved||None||T7940 enum Efl.Text_Format_Wrap|
I am unsure what are the plans for Efl.Text.Format, but having Format and Style interfaces is very confusing. We should find names that indicate what kind of properties each of these interfaces hold.
Hmmmmm... I think Line already acts as a sort of prefix. Looks clear enough to me as it is.
Except that I would add an underscore to line_gap, line_rel_gap and tab_stops, like the other properties, of course :)