clansco | 1 Apr 14:58 2010

very long lines

Hi,
If I tray to open an HTML file that have a very long line
eg. https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS/-moz-appearance
(long line with 5703 characters: line 243)
scanner is run automaticaly, and enter in loop.

I cant' see in Preferences a way to disable the scanner.
Actually I can use File->insert in a plain text document,
split long lines and save.

Perhaps it is possible that scanner test first long lignes,
and do not try highlighting if there are?

I try 3800 characters, it is ok,
4492 fails.

I have splitted in two the long line now 243 and 244, (attached)
If I concatenate the two lines, the scanner fails to hihghlight 
to the end, but Bluefish is usable.
If I try to load the non splitted document Bluefish is unsable.

Regards,
ff

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clansco | 1 Apr 15:32 2010

infobrowser web pages question

Hi,
I try to add manual in infobrowser web pages.

I add 
	bflib_Bluefish_manual_1.xml \
	bflib_Bluefish_manual_2.xml  \
in data/bflib/Makefile.in

Bluefish_manual_1
uri="http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/manual/index.html"
→ display nothing
Bluefish_manual_2
uri="http://bfwiki.tellefsen.net/index.php/Category:Manual_2"
→ works, but links are broken.

My question:
Why not use the default browser to display web pages?

Regards,
ff

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Attachment (bflib_Bluefish_manual_1.xml): application/octet-stream, 236 bytes
Attachment (bflib_Bluefish_manual_2.xml): application/octet-stream, 248 bytes
Olivier Sessink | 1 Apr 15:34 2010
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Re: very long lines

> Hi,
> If I tray to open an HTML file that have a very long line
> eg. https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS/-moz-appearance
> (long line with 5703 characters: line 243)
> scanner is run automaticaly, and enter in loop.

the problem is not in the scanner but in the gtk textview widget. This is
a known issue for a long time already (same issue in Bluefish 1.0.7).

Olivier

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clansco | 1 Apr 16:05 2010

Re: very long lines

On Thu, 1 Apr 2010 15:34:04 +0200 (CEST)
"Olivier Sessink" <olivier@...> wrote:

> > Hi,
> > If I tray to open an HTML file that have a very long line
> > eg. https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS/-moz-appearance
> > (long line with 5703 characters: line 243)
> > scanner is run automaticaly, and enter in loop.
> 
> the problem is not in the scanner but in the gtk textview widget. This is
> a known issue for a long time already (same issue in Bluefish 1.0.7).

Thanks Olivier I remember that,
my questions are:
- is it possible that before the scanner run it test long lines?
or,
- is it possible somewhere in Preferences to force opening 
an HTML file without syntax highlighting?

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Olivier Sessink | 1 Apr 16:53 2010
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Re: very long lines

> On Thu, 1 Apr 2010 15:34:04 +0200 (CEST)
> "Olivier Sessink" <olivier@...> wrote:

> Thanks Olivier I remember that,
> my questions are:
> - is it possible that before the scanner run it test long lines?
> or,
> - is it possible somewhere in Preferences to force opening
> an HTML file without syntax highlighting?

try to rename the file to .txt and try to load it, it will also take a
very long time. so this will not help much.

Olivier

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R Kimber | 1 Apr 22:04 2010

Re: very long lines

On Thu, 1 Apr 2010 16:05:32 +0200
clansco wrote:

> - is it possible that before the scanner run it test long lines?

Good idea.  Test for long lines, if lines too long then override the
highlighting.

It became so much of a problem for me that I had to write a program to
spilt files up at (hopefully sensible) points so that they would load
easily.

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Olivier Sessink | 2 Apr 08:53 2010
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Re: remove the splash screen?

R Kimber wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Mar 2010 20:23:28 +0100
> Olivier Sessink wrote:
> 
>> with all the optimisations to make the strtup faster, the splash screen
>> only blinks on my screen, and after that the main window is there
>> already. I was wondering if we should remove the splash screen
>> altogether. Any opinions on that?
> 
> I'm not a great fan of splash screens.  It seems to me that their only
> value is to reassure the user that something is happening when a program
> takes a long time to start.  Since BF doesn't take a long time to start up,
> it doesn't help me, and I have it disabled.
> 
> I personally would remove it.

done

Olivier
Olivier Sessink | 6 Apr 15:06 2010
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better native mac version

Hi all,

the current svn version, together with ige-mag-integration from their 
git repository provide a reasonable good native bluefish package. Please 
test and help to find the last bugs.

Olivier
Olivier Sessink | 9 Apr 22:44 2010
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remove 'find from selection'

Hi all,

in SVN 'find' now uses the test of the current selection (if any) to 
search for, so 'find from selection' seems a bit superfluous. Should we 
remove it?

Olivier
R Kimber | 10 Apr 13:15 2010

Re: remove 'find from selection'

On Fri, 09 Apr 2010 22:44:33 +0200
Olivier Sessink wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> in SVN 'find' now uses the test of the current selection (if any) to 
> search for, so 'find from selection' seems a bit superfluous. Should we 
> remove it?

I'm not sure I understand this.  I don't see a 'find from selection'.

Find usually starts with 'sdioline' as the selected entry, which means
nothing to me.  Also, such selected text overwrites the current clipboard
entry, which is often inconvenient.

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