As I couldn't find out if someone already build such a file here is
Alternative link : http://dl.yent.eu/em.js.tags
I extracted stuff from the W3C JS/DOM reference so it does not include
jquery/dojo and such related tags (personally I don't need them) but
since it is really easy to add other tags ...
Btw once more I really love geany's flexibility when it comes to
I compiled Geany and GeanyVC and it mostly works. I am unable to configure
GeanyVC for use with SVN and the commit function remains greyed out.
a. Where does one set the Subversion URL?
b. Is there any documentation on this plugin anywhere on the web?
I have started creating custom content for the FOSS game "Battle for
Wesnoth" . I have been using Geany for editing the files, which are
written in a custom markup language. Does anyone else develop for this, and
if so, does anyone have custom filetypes for the markup language? Otherwise,
I'll have to get cracking on it myself.
I have a suggestion and want to know if it makes sense for anyone
else. Currently if you turn on "XML tag autocompletion" in
Preferences > Editor > Completions, a table template is automatically
inserted after you write "<table>". It seems that the template is in
Geany's source code and can't be changed.
The suggestion is to make use of snippets: if "table" or "<table>"
snippet is specified in [HTML] section of snippets.conf, the snippet is
automatically inserted, otherwise <table> tag is just closed, like
other tags now. This should also work for any other tag.
Though, you can just define a snippet (say, "table") and use it when
you want to insert a table. I doubt it's worth implementing the
suggestion if everything it gives is the ability to type "<table>"
instead of typing "table" and pressing complete-snippet keybinding.
What do you think?
Hi, I'm running Debian 5.0.6 "lenny". I downloaded the sources of Geany 0.19.1 and Geany-Plugins 0.19. I extracted Geany and ran ./configure, make, make install, and it worked. But I want to use the Geanygdb plugin. So after I extracted Geany-Plugins and ran ./configure, it said that it could not find Geany. So I uninstalled Geany and this time ran ./configure --prefix=/usr, make, make install. I went back to Geany-Plugins and ran ./configure, make, make install with apparently no errors. So I then run Geany again, but when I go to Tools->Plugin Manager, it reports that no plugins are available.
What is the correct way to install Geany-Plugins on Debian?
I just ran into a rather serious Geany bug that can cause file loss.
Incidentally I had the hard disk partition full (on Linux) and Geany
was happily reporting that file saving is successful. I had about 20
open files, worth about 2 hours of work. When I was done I saved all
the files and closed Geany. Seconds later, I realized that all my
files have size of zero bytes. Not only that I lost the recent
changes, but complete files. This happen just prior to the commit to
Git repository I planned. Obviously, I have nothing to commit. :(
Running Geany on Windows, I can't seem to find a right place to place
a tags file to make it load on startup.
According to the documentation:
* Using the Load Tags command in the Tools menu.
This works ok.
* By creating a directory ~/.config/geany/tags, and moving or
symlinking the tags files there before starting Geany.
* By creating a directory $prefix/share/geany/tags, and moving or
symlinking the tags files there before starting Geany. $prefix is the
installation prefix (see Installation prefix).
But not this. I tried placing the file in
All these options works as expected on Linux.
Well.. any help is welcome.
lately i have been using several files at the same moment (from 20 to 50)
and i'm actively using them, so i can't close them. and some time i need to
look at 2 files at the same time.
is there any way to open a second instance of geany to have my files divided
in 2? the tabs system is great but with so many files is a trouble for me.