I don't know if it comes from my configuration or from Geany, but here
is a bug I'm encountering :
I can't the bottom of the Message window. A few lines seem hidden so
that I can't see the last messages printed in it. Moreover, if I set
the "Tab Placement" of this window with the "bottom" value, I don't
see any of them !
I have also noticed that the scroll bar of this window only appears
when the Geany window is maximized. When it appears, I can't see the
bottom of it as well.
Here is a few screenshots I've taken to help you figure it out :
http://gilles.ffworld.com/files/geany1.png : We should see the last lines
http://gilles.ffworld.com/files/geany2.png : Type cursor is hidden, no
http://gilles.ffworld.com/files/geany3.png : Part of the scroll bar
http://gilles.ffworld.com/files/geany4.png : No tab!
(Ubuntu Edgy 6.10)
Hope this will be fixed soon!
Thanks for Geany,
beim autocomplete für PASCAL tritt bei geany 0.10 folgender Fehler
Die Anweisung "sound" wird komplettiert zu "soundSound".
Der Fehler trat auch schon bei geany 0.9 auf.
Opensuse 10.2 mit allen Patches, icewm, Sprache: De-de
Gruß aus Arft,
Hi all -
Just a quick email to say that I've found Geany to be **excellent** for
Ruby coding (as well as C++, which I've exclusively used it for up to
now). Just getting into Ruby (I'm at the "hello world" stage at the
moment... :-) ).
Anyway, Enrico - "**You da man!**" :)
I am using Geany (0.10) on Fedora Core 6 to edit (wx)python scripts but
don't know how to get the 'code completion' component to show.
I imagine 'code completion' activates a small pop-up scrollable list
that appears near the cursor after a few letters have been typed, and
lists syntax that may be appropriate for the word that has been entered.
Unfortunately I don't know how to activate this feature on my system.
Can someone tell me how to show a code completion window when editing
(wx)python scripts ?
Hello, I just compiled Geany about 30 minutes ago and I love it. I'm
looking forward to familiarizing my self with the source tree as soon as
some other work gets done. This looks like the project I have been
looking for. I do have a quick question though, that I couldn't find an
obvious answer to. My apologies if this is in the mailing list archives,
but so far I haven't found it. How can I specify a directory for
builds/makes other than the one a source file is inside?
And again I answered the old poster instead of answering to the list.
Sorry folks, I just can't get used to this, this is the only mail list
that Gmail behaves like this to me.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Alexandre Moreira <alexandream(a)gmail.com>
Date: 02/02/2007 16:26
Subject: Re: [Geany] [very low priority] Geany magic lamp icon...
To: Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger(a)uvena.de>
2007/2/2, Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger(a)uvena.de>:
> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 21:59:30 +0100, Harold Aling <h.aling(a)home.nl>
> > I discovered Geany a few days ago through a Xfce mailing list. I
> > instantly dropped Scite for it, but I seem to have some difficulties
> > finding geany on the taskbar... *embarrassed*
> > Not intended to offense the original artist: The magic lamp is almost
> Hehe, no fear. I don't know the artist, the icon is taken from a
> collection released under Public Domain.
> > invisible on lighter themes so only a cloud with some red dots make
> > the icon... An outline or some kind of shadow would do real miracles
> If anyone feels like playing on this, just do it and send your results
> here. I have absolutely no autistic talent ;-).
First of all, don't laugh :)
I know this is crappy, but I figured that, after my failed attempt,
someone could want to have a crappy version to improve on, so I (dare
I say ?) draw this on Inkscape. The colors are awful and the shape is
not that good either, but I think it is a start for whoever wants to
create a new svg icon for Geany.
There it goes, hold your laughs, hehe
** Disclaimer -- the use of protective eye gear is encouraged before
looking at this awful piece of "art".
> Get my GPG key from http://www.uvena.de/pub.key
> Geany mailing list
I discovered Geany a few days ago through a Xfce mailing list. I
instantly dropped Scite for it, but I seem to have some difficulties
finding geany on the taskbar... *embarrassed*
Not intended to offense the original artist: The magic lamp is almost
invisible on lighter themes so only a cloud with some red dots make the
icon... An outline or some kind of shadow would do real miracles here...
Is there / does anybody know a person who can create/propose a more
distinct 'magic lamp'? Maybe a little more like this one ?
On 02 Feb 2007 00:45:13 +0000, "P.J.G. Long" <pjgl2(a)cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> On Feb 1 2007, Enrico [UTF-8] TrÃ¶ger wrote:
> Thank you for the info. Initially i am interested in adding BBC
> BASIC, MATLAB/OCTAVE, and ARM assembler, do you know of anyone else
In Geany there is an assembler filetype, no idea how compatible it is
to ARM but maybe it is at least usuable. And for Basic and Matlab
Scintilla lexers exist, so adding them should not be the problem.
> Also is there an easy way of swapping the standard filetyoes offered
> under New?
Not yet, sorry.
Get my GPG key from http://www.uvena.de/pub.key
I have just seen the latest Geany, having last seen it about a year
ago, and am interested in possibly using it as a standard editior/ide on a
bootable cd/dvd system we are developing for students. The ideal is to have
a simple GUI which they only have to learn once but can cope with the
multiple languages they encounter. Currently we use Emacs + others, but
would like a more IDE looking GUI. Geany looks as though it has the
workings but I have been trying to add other languages/templates etc. Do I
understand that this is impossible by just adding them to the .conf, and
adding filetypes.XXX files, e.g. they are not automatically picked up? or
am I missing something?
Many Thanks for any help, the package looks really nice