If I have a file opened in Geany with unsaved modifications, is there a
simple way to get a diff to the corresponding stored file?
I know that I can use the GeanyVC plugin to get a diff to the most
recent version committed in the VC system, but this is not exactly what
I want, because in most cases the stored file was not yet committed to
the VC system.
Perhaps the GeanyVC plugin could have this as an additional function?
Hello guys, I am an intern at Spark Calibration Services.They have developed a local language on geany and I am trying to add code folding points on it. I come accross this linkhttp://wiki.geany.org/howtos/adding_fold_points) but couln't get a clue. First of all, i am trying to figure out how to do this on a familiar language(ie. fortran), then i will convert this procedure to the local language. I have downloaded fortran lexer(http://sourceforge.net/p/scintilla/code/ci/c8042eb1bd3e5596d96621a5cf…. Which directory should i add this lexer? And what should i do next?ps: I study electrical engineering and unfortunately i don't know much about text editors. So please write the basic steps to do it.Thank you very much,
I keep getting the "The file 'somefile.txt' on the disk is more recent than
the current buffer." message after ~30 seconds on each save.
I'm using Ubuntu's network drive system to edit files on a remote system so
the filenames are "/run/user/1000/gvfs/sftp:host= ...". This wasn't an
issue with the 1.24 release and only started happening after upgrading to
Is this a known issue?
Also, is there any way to downgrade to the 1.24 version? I'm using the
PPA, but it doesn't look like the 1.24 version is available on there any
While we're on the subject of find and replace, a nice feature would be
to be able to limit the action to a blocked section of code. Example:
Assume I want to change all occurences of a string WITHIN a certain
section such as an output block, etc. Being able to block then perform
the action and have it limited to the highlighted area I think would be
Just my $.02 worth.
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I'm messing around with colours in an icon folder with lots of
sub-folders containing svg files.
I can find in files a specific colour, or any string, in all folders and
Is there a way to find and replace that string in all folders and
If not, this would be a great feature to add.