I've been happily using Geany for a little while now, coding mostly in
Python. I have a couple questions:
1. For a dark color scheme, eg Vibrant Ink, how do i get the active
line to not be highlighted. White text + white highlighting =
invisible text on the line I'm trying to edit. Arrgh!
2. Any debugger advice for python? I am finding winpdb is pretty slow
and actually crashes on my machine a fair amount.
I'm on a windows 7 64 bit installation.
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Either I didn't get how to do it or this is a subtle bug:
I'm on Linux, when I copy something from the editing window with the
mouse and I paste in the terminal pane inside geany with the central
mouse button, the terminal pane doesn't get the focus, pressing enter
makes the copied line(s) disappear in the editing window and doesn't
issue an enter in the terminal (this is the expected behaviour).
Should I file a ticket?
The default syntax highlighting orange color for strings IMO looks bad.
I wish you would change that default for many languages.
Couldn't you just throw people who like windows editors a bone and have
a GUI for syntax highlighting instead of editing a file?
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Anybody using Geany on OSX lately?
I chimed in a few months ago ... my problem then was that Paste wasn't
working, at least in my version. Matthew Brush had a working version
but it wasn't readily available.
So ... I'm getting back into some python coding on osx and I'd love to
use Geany, make some contributions to the project. Anbody doin it on
is this feature actually working for anyone?
I'm on arch linux and both tried the latest packages
of geany and geany-plugins providing 1.22 as well as
the git variants which currently provide
> geany --version
geany 1.23 (git >= 66b93d2) (built on Sep 2 2012 with GTK 2.24.11, GLib
. So far, no real cpp file nor a simple testing
file managed to retain their folding status.
Any hints are welcome, thanks!
PS: this is the test file i used:
I am a inexperienced user with Geany. I primarily use it for C
programming and editing latex.
I am wondering if there is a way to clean the different object/
executable/ aux files created during compilation after I am done with my
For users familiar with texmaker I am asking for something like
"clean"-button inn Geany.
Thanks for your help!
Can anyone suggest a way to selectively replace uppercase letters with lowercase using regexp?
My goal is to perform the following substitution:
name_Function -> name_function
My attempt so far was:
Replace : _\1
Either the search or the replace miss the conversion.
Thanks in advance
I have install geany 1.22 with plugins including the tree browser. Is there any way to open a folder such that I can select from one or more files?
In xemacs, I would type "xemacs ." to open the folder and be able to go in/out of multiple files. The geany tree browser lets you do this, but that doesn't appear to be a way to say "geany ." and go directly to the tree browser for the current directory (i.e. ".").
Any ideas for opening a folder in geany?
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I just stumbled upon Geany while searching for Textmate alternative and I
like it very much so far.
Please, I have one question - the way it currently scrolls a window is
line-by-line, that is it keeps the very first visible row shown in its
entirety. Is it possible to use "smooth scrolling" when the minimum scroll
step would be 1px instead of one row height? Similar to how gtksourceview
works, for instance. Or is this a limitation of Scintilla?
Thanks many times!
I'm wondering on how I could familiarize myself with the code more when poking around in Geany.
I think a good idea is to have a link on the "Developer" page that describes some common functions
that are used in the source code of geany. If not then could anybody help me in finding small tasks
that I could help out with?