Colomban Wendling | 23 Jul 14:19 2014

Re: [Geany-Users] I want to run a c program on Prisoner's Dilemma in Geany but can't

Hi,

Le 23/07/2014 13:19, Rajib Bandopadhyay a écrit :
> [...]
> ...
> Install Geany-Plugins
> There are different ways to get the Geany-Plugins project onto your
> system. The easiest is to ask the package manager software of the
> distribution you are using.
> ...
> 
> This approach has led me to a complicated situation. Instead of
> focussing on the task at hand I am now trying to get Geany fixed.

IIUC, you tried to install the Debian packages on Knoppix.  Even if a
distribution is Debian-based doesn't mean any Debian package will work
seamlessly on it.  Using a package not specifically crafted for your
very distribution is a risky bet if you don't know your package manager
*very* well.  It might work, but it also might not (e.g. if versions of
dependencies differ).

I also think I understood you manually installed the packages rather
than adding a repository.  This is even more tricky as your package
manager can't install dependencies itself if they are not in one of its
repositories, so you have to *manually* make sure all the specific
packages are installed.  E.g. if you manually installed
geany-plugin-scope from Debian, you need to make sure you also manually
install geany-plugins-common at the very same version, and that you have
a Geany package providing geany-abi-69.

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Lex Trotman | 23 Jul 13:33 2014
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Re: [Geany-Users] I want to run a c program on Prisoner's Dilemma in Geany but can't

On 23 July 2014 21:19, Rajib Bandopadhyay <bkpsusmitaa@...> wrote:
> [Attn: Lex Trotman - Some additions]
>
> On 23/07/2014, Rajib Bandopadhyay <bkpsusmitaa@...> wrote:
> Dear Lex,
> Please peruse the following links and then the attached snapshots:
> A.   http://www.geany.org/Support/Plugins
> ...
> The Geany-Plugins project
> The Geany-Plugins project is a combined release for each matching
> Geany release, starting with version 0.17.
> It includes a huge number of plugins for different purposes.
> Please have a look at http://plugins.geany.org/ for more information.
> ...
>
> B.   http://plugins.geany.org/install.html
> ...
> Install Geany-Plugins
> There are different ways to get the Geany-Plugins project onto your
> system. The easiest is to ask the package manager software of the
> distribution you are using.
> ...
>
> This approach has led me to a complicated situation. Instead of
> focussing on the task at hand I am now trying to get Geany fixed.

That advice is normally correct, it is usually best to use the package
provided by your distribution.  It is unfortunate if your distribution
has provided a bad package, but the Geany project has no control over
that.
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[Geany-Users] styling of selected text in unfocused window

I have set fg and bg colors for text selection in filetypes
configuration but these are not applied sometimes after the editor
window loses focus, for instance when the search dialog is open or
after switching between tabbed documents too for some odd reason

can i specify somewhere also a style for unfocused selection? the
colors i get now make the text hard to read and clash with the rest of
the styling

thanks in advance for any help
Rajib Bandopadhyay | 20 Jul 16:33 2014
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[Geany-Users] I want to run a c program on Prisoner's Dilemma in Geany but can't

Dear friends,
I revised my c language using Geany from last year, and have been
using Geany since.
I want to run a c program in Geany downloaded from the link below, but
can't. The code is in Borland c++.
https://web.duke.edu/isis/gessler/borland/ipd-2006-evolutionary.zip

I also wanted to run codes in c from the link below, but couldn't:
http://www.kasprzyk.demon.co.uk/www/alife/dilemma.html
I hope you would help me run these codes.
Thanks in anticipation.
Rajib Bandopadhyay
Matthew Brush | 9 Jul 16:30 2014
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Re: [Geany-Users] automatically Reload the current file from disk upon external modification?

On 14-07-09 03:30 AM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 11:28 AM, Lex Trotman <elextr@...> wrote:
>> On 9 July 2014 18:36, Liviu Andronic <landronimirc@...> wrote:
>>> Dear all,
>>> Currently Geany will pop-up a dialogue:
>>> "The file 'gWidgets2-filter.R' on the disk is more recent than
>>> the current buffer.
>>>
>>> Do you want to reload it?"
>>>
>>> when the same file has been modified externally. When working on a
>>> file using two different editors at the same time (and saving
>>> frequently), the workflow would be nicer if the file were
>>> automatically reloaded from disk upon external modification.
>>
>> Tow editors on the same file!! Here lies madness ;)
>>
> Well, maybe, but I take full responsibility for my own stupidity: I
> just want the workflow to be useful. Here's my personal reason for
> doing that: http://wiki.geany.org/howtos/using_geany_with_r#combining_geany_with_rstudio
> .
>
>
>>>
>>> Is there some hidden option that allows to achieve this?
>>
>> No, but if you want to do it manually you can disable checking by
>> setting the timeout in prefs to zero.
>>
> Is it worth filing a feature request on Github for disabling the
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Lex Trotman | 9 Jul 13:37 2014
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Re: [Geany-Users] automatically Reload the current file from disk upon external modification?

On 9 July 2014 20:30, Liviu Andronic <landronimirc@...> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 11:28 AM, Lex Trotman <elextr@...> wrote:
>> On 9 July 2014 18:36, Liviu Andronic <landronimirc@...> wrote:
>>> Dear all,
>>> Currently Geany will pop-up a dialogue:
>>> "The file 'gWidgets2-filter.R' on the disk is more recent than
>>> the current buffer.
>>>
>>> Do you want to reload it?"
>>>
>>> when the same file has been modified externally. When working on a
>>> file using two different editors at the same time (and saving
>>> frequently), the workflow would be nicer if the file were
>>> automatically reloaded from disk upon external modification.
>>
>> Tow editors on the same file!! Here lies madness ;)
>>
> Well, maybe, but I take full responsibility for my own stupidity: I
> just want the workflow to be useful. Here's my personal reason for
> doing that: http://wiki.geany.org/howtos/using_geany_with_r#combining_geany_with_rstudio
> .
>
>
>>>
>>> Is there some hidden option that allows to achieve this?
>>
>> No, but if you want to do it manually you can disable checking by
>> setting the timeout in prefs to zero.
>>
> Is it worth filing a feature request on Github for disabling the
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Liviu Andronic | 9 Jul 10:36 2014
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[Geany-Users] automatically Reload the current file from disk upon external modification?

Dear all,
Currently Geany will pop-up a dialogue:
"The file 'gWidgets2-filter.R' on the disk is more recent than
the current buffer.

Do you want to reload it?"

when the same file has been modified externally. When working on a
file using two different editors at the same time (and saving
frequently), the workflow would be nicer if the file were
automatically reloaded from disk upon external modification.

Is there some hidden option that allows to achieve this?

Regards,
Liviu

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Péter | 24 Jun 20:19 2014
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[Geany-Users] Syntax, colors, functions

Hi,

Is there any way to syntax-colorize member function names, like below the "ByteBuffer::put"?
The "function=0x002F30;0xF8FFFF;true" in ~/.config/geany/filedefs/filetypes.common seems not to
be 
taken into account.
(The "keyword=.." *is* taken into account. The "unsigned char" etc. are green.)

[someting.cpp]

#include <xxxx>

namespace Xxxxxxx {
   namespace Yyyyyyyyy {

     void ByteBuffer::put( long value ) {

     }

     void ByteBuffer::put( unsigned char *buffer, unsigned int len ) {

     }

     void ByteBuffer::skipNext( ) {

     }

     unsigned char ByteBuffer::get( ) {

     }
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Péter | 23 Jun 17:20 2014
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[Geany-Users] "Mark all", color

Where can I change the (bluish) colors applied by the "Mark all" command?

Péter
Kevin McCormick | 17 Jun 17:23 2014

[Geany-Users] different desktop themes

I just installed geany-1.24.1 on my Slackware 14.1 x86_64 system.  I had
set my /etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc file to point to the oxygen-gtk theme.  Geany
seemed to be using a lot of memory and cpu time, causing my cpu fan to
start whirring. Geany was also very slow in the preferences
configuration dialog.  This had never happened with geany before.  I
reset the etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc to point to Clearlooks-Classic and geany
quieted down and the preferenced dialog seemed to be normal again.  
Maybe there is something in the interface handling of themes that needs
some attention.

Thanks,
Kevin
Johannes Lange | 15 Jun 10:14 2014
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[Geany-Users] per filetype font

Hi everyone,

I am looking for a way to choose a font "per filetype".
E.g. I normally use a Monospace font for coding, but if I am writing 
continuous text like with LaTeX, I'd prefer a proportional one.
Now I am using different filetypes in one session and don't want to 
switch the font manually.

Am I right that there is no way achieving this by the normal 
filetype-settings?
Or is there a plugin doing something like this?

Cheers,
Johannes

Gmane