Le 26/06/2012 21:59, owlet bw a écrit :
This said, why
did you want to edit filetypes.html/python? If you want
to change the colors, with 1.22 you can now easily write a colorsheme
file, look e.g. at the alt.conf scheme distributed with Geany (most
probably /usr/share/geany/colorschemes/alt.conf on Linux). This way you
won't have to bother what's in filetypes.* for the colors, and they will
apply to all filtypes.
I am afraid I have to bother with all this filetypes.* files because if
I define background color for string in colorscheme file, then all the
white space in config files will be filled with that color. See my
previous post. The only way - do not touch filetypes.common (only basic
changes) and setup highlighting in numerous filetypes.* files.
Ah ok, sorry I didn't see it was you both times.
And the question I would like to ask.
What file is responsible for highlighting of bash scripts? I do not see
filetypes.bash. I have filetypes.sh, but changes there do not reflect on
It's filetypes.sh and it should definitely work... Actually I just
tested and it Works For Me™, I can set ugly colors wherever I want. Are
you sure your changes are loaded (geany restarted, file with the correct
name, etc) and your script really use the "Shell script" filetype?