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
This is my first post to the list so I want to say hello and thanks for
a great editor. I love Geany because it's light and fast and does
everything I need, thanks again for the great work.
I am currently running "Vellam" 0.19.1 on Ubuntu 10.10 and I can no
longer use the keyboard for Column Mode editing. I rarely use the mouse
so, although the Shift-Ctrl-Click does work, it is much slower than the
old Shift-Alt-Arrow that actually worked perfectly before my last Geany
Is it possible to still use the keyboard for Column Mode editing?
cheers and thanks,
First of all many many thanks to all the developers who have put together
Geany. You've helped me in many ways. I was delighted to see that recently
Erlang support was added, but I couldnt find any Scala syntax highlighting.
So I just clobbered together a version and posted it at
I am both new to Scala and to editing Geany conf files so any
suggestions/editing would be much appreciated.
All the best,
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Hi friends of Geany,
As you might are aware of it, we started a geany-newsletter project a
couple of weeks ago to create a regular newsletter with compressed
information around Geany, its plugins and environment.
As every project inside FOSS-community there have to be a repository and
some kind of mailing list. Today I'm happy to announce that we now have
a mailing list for commits to geany-newsletter git repository. This is
similar to the geany-commits and geany-plugins-commits mailing lists and
will be read only list to send you a copy of the commits done on the
If you want to subscribe to the list, please visit
As this is not the only mailing list inside Geany universe, you might
like to have a look onto http://www.geany.org/Support/MailingList to
find even more lists you are might interested in.
This is completely trivial, but maybe it's an easy answer. It has (AFAIK) to do with GTK theming, but I'm seeing it only on Geany.
I run Geany on both RHEL and Windows (Vista currently ... grrr :-). On Windows, under the Classic Windows theme the background of the highlighted menu item picks up the default selection color properly, but the foreground (text) remains black. I've looked over the GTK site, etc., played with C:\Program Files\Geany\etc\gtk-2.0\gtkrc (msw-default style definition) and managed to affect a few things here and there. But I was never successful in changing the hightlighted menu text color. Looking through the GTK docs for the proper way to do this reminds me a bit of asking how to get across town and being told how to build a car. :-)
Does anyone know offhand what needs to be set to accomplish what I'm trying to do?
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I often use Geany's paragraph wrap function - tied to Control+J - but
have a minor problem. I have set "Line breaking column" to '80' and
"Long line marker" also to '80. The paragraph wrap function works as I
expect, except for one minor point. I am expecting the lines to be
wrapped at the 80 column mark but instead the lines are being wrapped
a little short of this.
I just did a test, for example, and had the word "it" wrapped onto a
new line when in fact it would have been able to fit on the previous
line. Do I misunderstand how this function is to work, or have I
mis-configured the line length settings?