On Sun, 24 Aug 2008 20:49:44 +0200, Enrico Tröger firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
as some time passed by, let's start again.
Geany doesn't support this format for CSS (yet). There are two possible solutions: a) we add the CSS filetype to the list of filetypes which use this format (pipe-separated). But this would only affect the SVN version, you still wouldn't be able to use your file with Geany 0.14 b) you or someone else write a script which converts your file into the native tagmanager format.
I'd prefer a) as your list is 'generated' manually and not by a script and so the pipe-separated format is easier to maintain but it's not possible without changing the source code.
I'd still prefer a) and like to get it working if there are no objections.
After all, if we have decided how to proceed, I agree with Frank to include this list in Geany if you, Gavin, agree.
In the meantime I would disagree to this and instead provide the file on www.geany.org/Download/Extras for download. (if anyone is bored, write a plugin which downloads such files automatically :D)
This way we could also move most of the keywords which are defined in filetypes.css into the tags file and add missing ones (see https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=787794&aid=2082597...).
What do you think? Jason?