I'm afraid we need to remove the Webkit-related plugins (Webhelper,
Markdown Preview) from the Windows installer.
This is because Webkit itself is going to be removed from MSYS2:
For the upcoming release we could ship the previous version of Webkit
along with the locally cached old version of ICU (i.e. we will ship ICU
61 *and* 62 in the installer).
But I personally would prefer removing the plugins from the Windows
installer immediately for the reasons mentioned in
and to prevent us from shipping two ICU versions which bloats the
Windows installer even more.
If there are no objections, I will remove all Webkit-related settings
from the Windows installer next week.
I'm trying to create a new Geany colour scheme, with only partial success.
I'm calling it Slick; I've created a slick.conf file, copied from the default.conf, and made some changes. Some of them work, and some are ignored. In particular, I want to change the colour of function names, so have this:
(I set those colours so that it will be very obvious when it works!)
After copying the file to the relevant place and changing the scheme to Slick, function names remain obstinately black.
The documentation doesn't say (anywhere I can see) in which order the multiple .conf files are processed, or which overrides what.
Grateful for your suggestions.
How to develop an opensource project?
1) Hack the project yourself.
2) Find out that someone did it before you.
4) Curse yourself you didn't do point 2 before point 1 =))))
So I've learned, that the copy of ctags (at least regarding the verilog parser) is an old snapshot
of what has been developed into
The parser there has been rewritten to properly support both SystemVerilog and classic Verilog in separate and to do hierarchical tagging.
So now I have a question to answer for myself, should I (with prospects for future merge into mainstream geany):
1) Try to backport that parser into geany.
2) Keep my simplified rewritten version, that works and is a descendant of the classic ctags verilog.c parser.
3) Wait until someone merges current ctags into geany, thus bringing the desired (System)Verilog update together with many other.
Waiting for an advice!
Best regards, Ivan Zelinskiy (aka ivzeivze)