On Tue, 31 Jan 2012 10:00:14 +1100
Lex Trotman <elextr(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I think Geany didn't like when I deleted the line FILE_NAME_X=, and
it created a new geany.conf for me... scribble_text is empty, but I
wonder why was my previous session still restored.
Removing one of the FILE_NAME_X lines will stop session loading at the
file numbered before, Geany stops at the first missing number, files
numbered after won't load, but that shouldn't affect scribble_text.
If geany.conf is broken, maybe locked or something as a result of
killing Geany, then a fresh copy is generated, but that wouldn't load
Some "wise after the fact" lessons:
1. don't hand edit config files unless you know what you are doing.
2. when you do, keep a backup (oh, of course, you can restore
geany.conf from your daily backup can't you :)
3. open Geany with --no-session to avoid loading dud files, but that
does mean manually re-loading the rest
4. as I found out recently, when loading large files, turn line
wrapping off (250Mb file took 3s vs 6 minutes)
Thank you for the tips, Lex, but it basically means I've lost all my
notes, doesn't it? Unfortunately, I don't have a recent backup :(
Anyway, don't you think it is a good idea to change the notes to a
separate file instead of a variable in .conf? Of course, I have a
separate application for notetaking, but scribble is handy for quick
notes while working in Geany.
Thank you and best regards!
Teresa e Junior