Another Geany user reported here than when editing DocBook XML they
can see the structural tags in the Symbols pane. When myself and a
colleague do the same, we see nothing in the Symbols pane. With what
combination of plugins and/or configuration parameters can achieve a
I'm using Geany 0.21 on Fedora 16 64-bit.
I would like to have Geany recognize my scripts written in Tcl/Expect, to do
syntax highlighting according to the Tcl syntax rules.
These scripts all start in my case with
and have no file extension. I thought it would be sufficient to copy filetypes.tcl
to filetypes.expect, but even then, after creating and saving the new file, Geany
doesn't do syntax coloring. It works of course if I manually set the file type to
Tcl, but it would be great if Geany could detect this automatically.
According to the documentation, Geany does inspect the #! line as a fallback when
determining the file type, so I guess it just doesn't know that 'expect' is just
a special case of Tcl. I didn't find however, where I can define such an association.
I wonder if this is a bug and if so if it is a geany bug or the tool kit
that geany uses.
click browser folder
click create folder
"b" go into the name field
"b" goes into an unamed test field that magically appears
see attached png