Does auto completion work for anyone running version 1.30? It used to
work in my old install of 1.28...
When I type function names that are open in other documents, they
don't auto complete. My settings look correct for auto complete.
Does anyone else have this problem? I don't think anything is auto
auto completing for me. I think nothing does.
I'm running Geany 1.30 on Windows 7 x64 SP1.
Is it possible to disable the new dialog-boxes-are-tabs functionality?
Even better if it can be controlled per dialog box (find and replace vs
preferences, for example).
*Senior Application Development Technician, **Information Technology*
208 Hesburgh Library
Shortly after 1.30, we have released 1.30.1 which fixes calltip and
auto-completion popup placement with multi-monitor setups . We are
sorry for this inconvenience.
We also took the opportunity to include new translation updates that
didn't make it into 1.30 in time: ca, de, el, es, sk.
As usual, all downloads can be found on
I wrote most of my documentation in AsciiDoc, naming files with the
extension .adoc. I want to apply styling to the AsciiDoc markup so that I
can easily differentiate it from my content.
Operating system: Fedora 25 (GNOME edition)
Geany version: 1.29
I read the Geany manual and did the following steps in a Terminal
1. Navigated to ~/.config/geany/filedefs
2. cp /usr/share/geany/filedefs/filetypes.asciidoc
3. Opened filetypes.asciidoc in Geany
4. Added to the [styling] section the following, copied from the
5. Opened an AsciiDoc marked-up file.
The header markers in the AsciiDoc file - '=' and '==' and so on do not
appear to be styled. The header characters in a sample Markdown file *are*
When I open the example AsciiDoc file, Geany recognises it as such.
I feel I'm missing something simple here, but I can't work out just what.
just to let you know, I have to move the server hosting geany.org and
all related services to a new host.
During this move the server will be offline. This mainly affects
websites (geany.org, wiki.geany.org, ...) as well as the mailing lists.
Maintenance start: Sunday, March 12th, 2017 10:00 UTC
Maintenance duration: about 60 minutes
I will send another mail once it is all up and running again.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Get my GPG key from http://www.uvena.de/pub.asc
First time posting to this group! I'm a lecturer at a university and I'm
interested in using Geany as the IDE for a class we run on an introduction
to the C language for freshman electrical and computer engineering
students. Is this the appropriate way to ask questions / for help? I didn't
seem to find any Geany forums...
Anyways, I'm trying to figure out how I can use Geany to build a
multiple-C-file project on a Windows machine. I have installed MinGW / GCC
on my computer and have added the directory as part of the "PATH" variable.
I can access GCC directly from the command line no problem. Geany actually
works great when compiling and running single-file programs.
I'm trying to run a Command Prompt expression I wrote which generates the
object files for every C-file in the current directory. To do this, I need
to use multiple calls to GCC using a for-loop. Afterwards, I can use a
single call to GCC to link all the object files together. No problems
The problem I'm having is this: when I try to add the CMD prompt expression
to a custom build command, Geany gives me the error "Process failed (They
system cannot find the file specified)".
The command I'm trying to run is below:
for %i in (*.c); do gcc -Wall -c -o "%~ni.o" "%i";
This works fine when I run it directly from the CMD prompt. Any reason why
this would not work through Geany's "Set Build Commands" area?
The linking command (to merge all the object files together) works fine
gcc -Wall -o "%e" *.o
Currently, I just have to click the "Compile" button separately on every C
file individually first before doing the linking command above.
Below is the computer information:
*Geany 1.29 for Windows*
*Running Windows 7, 64-bit*
The two C-files I'm trying to compile together are quite simple... see
int a = 5, b = 2;
printf("My answer is %d", myfunc(a,b));
int myfunc(int x,int y)
return 3*x - y;
Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Hello friends and users of Geany,
We are happy to announce a new version of the combined Geany-Plugins
release -- Following the Geany 1.30 release, Geany-Plugins 1.30 is being
* GeanyPy: Sync with upstream project
* Lineoperations: Add support for selections
* Markdown: Allow exporting generated Markdown as HTML
* PairTagHighlighter: Add keybinding for jumping to matching tag
* ProjectOrganizer Remember expanded directories in the sidebar when
* Treebrowser: Add a keybinding to follow current file
* Treebrowser: Allow to also trigger menu with Shift+F10
* Treebrowser: Don't change directory on project save
* Updated translations: de, es, fr, pt
A more complete list of changes can be found at NEWS
As usual, you can find source tarballs and Windows installer for the new
release on https://plugins.geany.org 
(on behalf of every one kindly contributing to this release)
We are happy to announce a new release of Geany!
For a comprehensive list of changes please see:
* Initial accessibility support in the editor.
* Fix scrolling on Wayland.
* Fix Ctrl+X and Ctrl+C in non-Latin keyboard layouts (Forkest).
* Update Scintilla to version 3.7.3.
* Add Arduino custom filetype (SukkoPera).
* Updated translations: de, es, fr, it, lt, pt.
We want to thank all developers, translators and everyone who
contributed to this release with patches, feedback, bug reports and so
on. Thank you!
As usual, all downloads can be found on
Dear translators and friends of Geany,
Another few months went by and we are on the last steps for Geany
1.30. In preparation I've updated po-files for Geany core project
inside github repositories and asking you whether you could update
translations, review them or maybe add new languages.
I'd be very happy if you could send a patch, a pull request or single
file with translation to either the geany-i18n mailing list or direct
to me within the next week so we can include it to the next
release. Deadline will be 2017-03-04 24:00hCET.
To get most recent files you could just clone the repositories from
This can be done e.g. with
git clone https://github.com/geany/geany.git
You can find daily updated po files at http://i18n.geany.org too, which
includes some statistics.
If your language was translated by two or more in past, please double
check directly with them or by pinging me, so we don't need to
translate same things two or three times. Also please feel to ping me
for every question or if you like to start a new translation for an
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ping me directly via
IRC: geany @freenode
or via Mail: look above or some of the mailing lists.
Thanks and happy translating
I am using Windows 10
Python 3.6 (installed)
When executing my code, CMD displays the following message:
python is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable
program or batch file. program exited with code 9009
How do I fix this? Thanks