we are happy to announce we have a new website address:
Isn't this cool?
The old address, geany.uvena.de, will remain working but the new one is
preferred. Every access to the old address will be redirected to the
new one including the full request path. So, there should not be any
dead links but if you still notice anything working not as expected,
please tell us.
http://i18n.geany.org -> same as on www.geany.org/i18n/, just shorter
http://plugins.geany.org -> alternative address of
geany-plugins.sourceforge.net (not yet active)
In case the above news wasn't exciting enough for you, here is another
=> this is a read-only GIT repository of Geany and the Geany-plugins
project. The main intention of this is to provide an alternative
repository to checkout/update the sources for users who like to get the
latest and greatest code but don't want to wait for Sourceforge's not
always so fast Subversion server :).
Another reason is the maybe also faster and maybe nicer web frontend
(gitweb vs. ViewVC) to the repository.
Decide yourself, it's your choice.
Get my GPG key from http://www.uvena.de/pub.asc
This is not strictly a question about using Geany. I need to generate
PDF reports with latin1, latin2, chinese and greek text mixed. I could
not find a good font for this. I noticed that Geany is able to display
all this together. Example screenshot:
I tried to use the installed vera monospace font (VeraMono.ttf) in a PDF
file but it could'nt display most of asian characters. Can you please
tell me which is that font?
I've been using Geany for a while now, and love it! Great for java and
I recently found out about the HTML snippets file. I saved it to ~/.geany
to /usr/share/geany. Also in prefrences the Tab key is set to complete
constructs. But when I type for example li <Tab> there is just li and then
tab. Not the snippet. Am I doing something wrong here? Or is it a bug or
Thomas de Meijer
Using Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://www.opera.com/mail/
May Peace be upon you.
As suggested by someone in the IRC channel, here goes...
Executing programs in VTE does work. However, I keep receiving the following
error after a couple of repetitive building and executing of a C source
"Could not execute the file in the VTE because it probably contains a
The error message is shown in the status bar.
I am uncertain what triggers it and upon a restart, I can continue
executing/buildings the same source file normally.
The source file is nothing big, just a simple hello world etc. that ends
with return 0.
Please note that the above seems to happen *only when using VTE.* When I'm
using xterm everything's fine.
System Specs: Geany 0.14 running on Arch Linux 2.6.26 Kernel.
Thanks in advance!
I just noticed in TFM for 0.15 that the section "Supported systems" is
somewhat dated. Might be time to give it a little refresh, as certainly
Geany compiles and runs successfully on Fedora 7/8/9 now too, and I dare
say it also works on Debian Lenny. Also, your website page on third
party packages lists many more distros it apparently compiles on.
Ross McKay, Toronto, NSW Australia
"There is more to life than simply increasing its speed." - Gandhi
Thank you for the great development tool. I intend to use it for
composing LaTeX files. Please let me know how to implement forward and
inverse search in dvi-files using "source specials" on the basis of geany.