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
Does Geany have a wiki somewhere which users and developers can edit
with tutorials, examples, links, screenshots and so on? I looked around
a bit and I couldn't find one. I notice that the main website is a
Wiki, but it doesn't seem to be editable by regular users (for good reason).
I think it would be a good idea. I'm curious what others think.
Matthew Brush (codebrainz)
I have a question regarding the compilation or execution of python
source files on Windows. I use Geany mostly for python scripting,
drawing graphs etc (no GUI programming). However, since I work on
WinXP 32bit with Python 2.6.2 and Geany 0.20, I found out that I get
the desired behavior, i.e. printing console output to "Compiler"
window at the bottom, if I set the COMPILE command to
python -u "%f"
Setting the same command to EXECUTE command opens a command prompt
button, which I don't like.
However, this works for most of things but not doesn't work good when
using matplotlib library. In this case for some reason the matplotlib
window (if moved, resized) automatically closes after some time, i.e.
after 10, 20 seconds or so, and "Compilation failed" is written in the
output. Hence, this happens while python is running in the background.
The test code can look as simple as this:
from pylab import *
This code works without a problem in Scite or if use EXECUTE command
(but as already mentioned in this case command prompt opens and all
the output goes there).
Does anybody know what is the problem here or if anyone has the same problems.
Otherwise I really like Geany for python scripting because it's fast,
not cumbersome and it has basically everything I need for my work.
Over a larger area, the column mode will freeze all of Geany to a point
where I have a to kill the program.
Steps to reproduce:
1. take a text file over 10k rows
2. change to column mode
3. highlight the first column and keep pressing page down
4. after about the 4k row geany becomes progressively unresponsive
i have a small feature request for something which continually bugs me:
when i double-click on a compile error message, it jumps to the correct line
but i have to manually go click that line before editing. i would expect it
to take the cursor to that line and give me input focus there (like [x]emacs
does :). (i must admit that my first love is xemacs but i use geany
[x]emacs can't indent either of those worth a damn, especially in mixed-mode
files like PHP/HTML/JS.)
----- stephan beal
Hi geany users,
I am a new geany user and I like what i see so far. But I ran into a small
problem trying to bind to "keypad right" key. I am trying to bind
<CTRL>+KP_RIGHT to navigate forward, but for some reason, geany is still
treating <CTRL>+KP_RIGHT as move to next word (which is the same as
Has anyone else ran into this trouble?
Also, how would you unbind <CTRL>+RIGHT?
Finally, can I bind move to next word to a keybinding that is not
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I really like a the work you've been doing to make Geany such a great
I use it on a daily basis and it makes my work a whole lot easier. Thanks
and keep up the good work!
I wanted to contribute to the project somehow, but i can't, due to the lack
of C programming skills. I felt bad about it, so i decided to help in
With all the noise about the new wiki and stuff i thought that Geany's
website also needs a face lift.
I'm not a designer, i just make websites work (frontend & backend). But i
downloaded a couple of images(free) from the internet and did some coding
and here's the result:
It's just a layout, nothing is fully functional. I'm just throwing down
ideas and i wanted to get an opinion :)
It's just proposal though... it all depends on Enrico i guess :D