I'm posting this to the "i18n" list because it just bounced off of the
"devel" list (I just remembered I insubscribed some time ago), also because
I know you devs are around here too ;-)
I'm running Geany 0.21 on Windows Vista and I've configured the following
build command for html files:
C:\software\tidy.exe -i %d\%f
(tidy.exe is a Windows version of the Linux "tidy" command that cleans up
and validates html files)
This command works perfectly in a command line window and I can even
redirect the output to another file (for example: C:\software\tidy.exe -i
c:\tmp\mytestfile.html > c:\tmp\tidyfile.html)
But when I run it from inside Geany, as a custom build command, it only
works with small files, crashing always when the output in the compiler
window reaches 4069 bytes (4KB). Is this a known "bug" or is this a
"feature". Is there any workaround?
Also, when I use the ">" character to redirect the output to a new file,
Geany complains that it cannot find a file named ">".
For more information, this works perfectly on my linux box.
Thanks in advance,