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
can the custom tag files handle classes so it only autocompletes methods
under the class, so if i type myclass. it woudl then list func1 func2
and func3 so if i declare test as an instance of myclass typing test.
should also list the methods.
Can we currently do this ? and if we can whats the format for the tags
I like to usee the tree broser plugin but it seems to crash with other
features of geany (like projects).
Is there any way to add "open terminal" and "open externally" to the
menu options when I right click on the file name in both the the
document and files side panel.
On Windows-XP, toggling the comments with Ctrl-E fails to toggle lines which follows an empty line. On Ubuntu Karmic (PPA release of Geany) this works as expected.
Email: Joerg Desch <jd DOT vvd AT web DOT de>
When using Geany on Windows, I am forced to use DOS-style names to add
programs to my tool path.
Intead of "C:\Users\User\Documents\Windows Scripts\script.bat," I have
to use "C:\Users\User\Documents\Window~1\script.bat" because Geany sees
the path as separate arguments, and quoting does nothing to alleviate
Am I doing something wrong or am I going to just have to use DOS
filenames or add the location to my %PATH% system variable?
I've got a file of C code which for part of the file has an extra
single space indent on the left hand side. To fix this I'm trying
to do a regex search for "^ " and replace it with "" (ie empty
string). Unfortunately, this search/replace removes all space
indentation which is not really what I expect.
Any clues on getting this right? Is this a bug?
Erik de Castro Lopo
In case I'm not the only one who didn't know this, the current SVN
version will only compile against the current Fedora 13 stable if you
explicitly tell it to link an extra library (libX11).
This is what you get with a standard autogen.sh / make:
/usr/bin/ld: ui_utils.o: undefined reference to symbol 'XFree'
/usr/bin/ld: note: 'XFree' is defined in DSO /usr/lib64/libX11.so.6 so
try adding it to the linker command line
/usr/lib64/libX11.so.6: could not read symbols: Invalid operation
Running the following from the shell before config and compile fixes
This is why:
Happy User of Geany :)
Ross McKay, Toronto, NSW Australia
"Let the laddie play wi the knife - he'll learn"
- The Wee Book of Calvin
In my previous editor, ultraedit, line wrapping would be available in
the context menu (by right clicking the mouse).
In geany to toggle line wrapping I have to:
- navigate to -> preferences->editor->line wrapping
- change setting
- close editor window
- reopen editor window
- view changes
- and repeat the same to go back to the original mode.
Is there an easier way?