[Geany-devel] Set Filetypes Menu
nick.treleaven at xxxxx
Fri Apr 29 16:34:42 UTC 2011
On Fri, 29 Apr 2011 17:06:46 +0100
Nick Treleaven <nick.treleaven at btinternet.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Apr 2011 20:13:05 -0700
> Matthew Brush <mbrush at codebrainz.ca> wrote:
> filetype names are not translated IIRC.
Although the *title* is translated, which is what we were talking about
> > There's also a few other quirks I've noticed in the 'Set Filetypes' menus:
> > - I generally wouldn't consider CSS a markup language, but it probably
> > technically is. IMHO it would be more apt to put it under Miscellaneous.
> I agree, I think there is little overlap with CSS and document
> languages like HTML.
As Lex and Enrico probably prefer it in the Markup group, I decided
to leave it. It may be more practical there.
> > - I believe LaTex, Markdown, and reStructuredText are Markup Languages.
> Good point also, and txt2tags.
And YAML. Now done.
> > - I don't know COBOL but I think it's a programming language isn't it?
> > - NSIS and CMake files, while domain-specific, are still
> > scripting/programming languages.
> > - 'SQL Dump file' seems a bit odd, since it's a file containing language
> > constructs and is "run" by the db engine, maybe it should be 'SQL file'
> > or 'SQL source file'.
> > - The wording 'Miscellaneous Languages' makes you think the contents of
> > the submenu will contain (programming) Languages, but a config, diff, or
> > gettext file for ex, doesn't really seem to be a language. The word
> > 'Languages' could be removed from that menu item, which would imply that
> > the contents of that menu will be 'Filetypes', more generally.
These all done also. Thanks for the suggestions.
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