[Geany] a question about file management in Geany
elextr at xxxxx
Sat Sep 29 23:55:23 UTC 2012
On 30 September 2012 00:06, Mostafa Alshrief <mostafa_alshrief at yahoo.com>wrote:
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> From: Colomban Wendling <lists.ban at herbesfolles.org>
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> Subject: Re: [Geany] a question about file management in Geany
> Le 29/09/2012 14:50, Mostafa Alshrief a écrit :
> > hi there,
> > i have a question about file management in Geany
> > i need to store all the project files in the document bar(the sidebar)
> > but keep the window tab's clean for only the file(s) i'm working on
> That's not possible, the Document sidebar displays all open files, just
> like the editor's tab bar.
> > the problem is if i closed a file from the file(s) tab it gets removed
> > from the document sidebar and Geany doesn't remember it in the project
> > files the next time i open the project
> Stock Geany project files only stores a list of open files, plus a few
> settings, so as you says, closing a file will remove it from the "project".
> However, there are plugins you might want to try out that provide
> different/enhanced project support, including, I think, what you want
> (gproject, geanyprj).
> gproject works just fine, but i think this should be a built in feature
Geany supports a wide range of languages, and therefore users with a wide
range of workflows. Which means that the semantics and even the meaning of
a "project" differ greatly between users. So Geany does not and should not
impose any particular meaning to "project". And thats why there are two
different project plugins.
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