I have two small questions regarding Geany and plugins.
1. is it possible to make debug output from a Geany plugin ? I have
tried "geany_debug", but this symbol is not visible to the plugin.
2. There where some talk about plugins authors (non Geany authors) and
geany svn, will it be possible to add plugins to the Geany svn repos
maintained by non Geany dev's, in the near future ? I really like to see
the lua plugin there if this will be the case :-)
Nice work, Enrico!
The debug console for windows is very cool, and I really like
the more consistent config path for my lua scripts.
But when I try to run on Windows 98,
I get an error message:
"GEANY.EXE is linked to missing export SHELL32:SHGetFolderPathA"
After a little googling I found this page:
The page says:
"To use SHGetFolderPath on Windows 95 or Windows 98,
you must redistribute the SHFolder.dll file along
with the migration DLL."
Well, I already have that DLL but it isn't getting linked -
So here is what I did to fix it:
On line 82 of src/makefile.win32, add -lshfolder to the linker flags.
( Note that -lshfolder has to come *before* -lshell32 )
After that, everything seems to be working -
I compiled and ran it on Win98, and tested the same exe on Win2K,
Then I compiled and ran it on Win2K, and tested that exe on Win98.
So I think it should be safe to add the -lshfolder flag permanently?
> Dear All,
> 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
> 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
PS : is there a repositories where we can find some other filestypes (smarty
language in my case)