[Geany] missing default theme after installing codebrainz's geany-themes
matthewbrush at xxxxx
Wed Mar 9 15:11:27 UTC 2011
On 03/09/11 03:08, Joerg Desch wrote:
> Hello Matthew.
> On Wed, 09 Mar 2011 01:43:46 -0800
> Matthew Brush<matthewbrush at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Also, check out my geany-themes project here:
> Nice project. I haven't seen it before, so I gave it a try. But with some smaller problems...
> I've copied most of the filedefs into .config/geany/filedefs and all colorschemes to .config/geany/colorschemes. After this, I started geany (0.20 on ubuntu karmic).
> Because I have never used a colorscheme before, it comes up this "Standard". And this isn't the same as the style before! Most hilighting is gone, comments are red and all remaining text is simply black.
> The other schemes seems to work as expected.
> What's my mistake?
None, well, except you should probably copy *all* of the filedefs into
~/.config/geany/filedefs, but it's not the issue here. When you select
"Default", I don't think Geany is resetting the styles to some hardcoded
defaults as you would expect. When I get some time, I will look into
the Geany source and see why it's not using hardcoded/compiled-in
defaults (or at least see what it's doing at all). For now, if you want
to use the default style, I guess just remove the filetypes.* files and
colorschemes.conf files you put under ~/.config/geany. The other way is
to make a new colorscheme with the same styles as Geany's defaults,
which isn't that hard, and is explained in the Geany Manual. Just have
a look at one of the existing themes, it's pretty straightforward I think:
If you don't mind sending it to me if you do make this, I'll add it to
geany-themes until I can dig into Geany's source a bit more.
> And why are all "doc-commects" equal to normal comments?
This is how most of the themes I ported were doing it, but if you don't
like it, send me the way you like them and I'll probably add them to
geany-themes as long as the style you choose fits the colorscheme. You
can do this by editing the style named 'comment_doc' in the
colorschemes/*.conf files. For example, alt.conf is one of the few
using different colors for doc-comments:
Matthew Brush (codebrainz)
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