On Fri, 2 Mar 2007 13:08:27 -0500, "John Gabriele" <jmg3000(a)gmail.com>
On 2/25/07, Enrico Tröger
On Thu, 22 Feb 2007 20:46:11 +0100, Enrico
looks quite good. I think I'll add this tomorrow. Seems to
be a nice feature and isn't hard to implement.
Just for your interest: I'm about to implement this but it will
still take some days...so please be patient.
It took some more days than expected and it wasn't that trivial ;-).
But now it's in SVN and should work, at least a little bit.
You can define several custom commands [snip]
Enrico, why limit key combos to only the first three?
It was to not have so
many keybindings defined. And I assumed that most
users wouldn't use so many scripts. But we can increase the number to 5
or maybe even 10. Nick, what do you think?
2. rewrap #-commented paragraph (fmt --prefix=#
(Note, possible bug: this one only works if I *don't* put single or
double quotes around the # symbol.)
Hmm, sounds like a quoting problem in the code.
I will have a look at
this, but maybe first on Monday or Tuesday.
4. my own script to comment lines by just putting a
'# ' at the
beginning of each line. Geany's default ``comment lines'' puts the
comment symbol right in front of the first non-whitespace character,
and I think it's less readable than a nice uniform vertical line of
comment symbols right at column 0.
You can adjust this. There is a variable
"comment_use_indent" in each
filetype definition file where you can specify whether the comment
character(s) should be placed on first column or after indention.
Look at http://geany.uvena.de/manual/ch04.html#filetypes_format
is some documentation for it.
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