On Thu, 26 Oct 2006 14:26:11 +0200, Frank Lanitz firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Hi guys! I got a issue with handling of comments, that are longer than one line. Sometimes, it would be better to don't see them.
I know, that there are special signs in other languages for such a case, which you don't have inside a shell script or LaTeX. Nevertheless is it possible to implement such a feature? If not directly I got something like "Don't show lines between line x and line y" easy to handly with mouse and/or keyboard in my mind.
You are talking about comment folding for LaTeX and Python(Bash is fully supported). Please be aware that this is not really related to Geany but to Scintilla, the editing component used in Geany.
For LaTeX: there is no folding support at all. Please open a feature request to Scintilla at .
For Python: the Python lexer of Scintilla has folding support but folding comments is broken and has to be fixed. Maybe a bug report or feature request to Scintilla will help.
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