Neil Hodgson | 2 Mar 00:33 2006
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Re: Find/Replace forms

Roger Sondermann:

> I think it would be much better to ignore this setting for replace
> operations or to add a corresponding option to the replace dialog.

   OK, unless others speak up, the Replace dialog will go forward for
both the Find Next and Replace commands.

   Neil
Robert Roessler | 2 Mar 01:56 2006

Re: Find/Replace forms

Neil Hodgson wrote:
> Roger Sondermann:
> 
>> I think it would be much better to ignore this setting for replace
>> operations or to add a corresponding option to the replace dialog.
> 
>    OK, unless others speak up, the Replace dialog will go forward for
> both the Find Next and Replace commands.

This makes sense, in terms of matching the majority of human usage of 
"Replace"... on the slightly more general issue of remembered control 
modifiers with no visual cues that they are [still] active, I do get 
confused occasionally with searching after, say, having done some 
style-specific searching.

Robert Roessler
robertr <at> rftp.com
http://www.rftp.com
Kevin Jones | 2 Mar 03:20 2006
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scite hex editing

Hello, was wondering if there was any thought to adding hex editing to the
scite program?
Also, what's the difference between scite and scitila?

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Subject: Re: [scite] Find/Replace forms

Neil Hodgson wrote:
> Roger Sondermann:
> 
>> I think it would be much better to ignore this setting for replace
>> operations or to add a corresponding option to the replace dialog.
> 
>    OK, unless others speak up, the Replace dialog will go forward for
> both the Find Next and Replace commands.

This makes sense, in terms of matching the majority of human usage of 
"Replace"... on the slightly more general issue of remembered control 
modifiers with no visual cues that they are [still] active, I do get 
confused occasionally with searching after, say, having done some 
style-specific searching.

Robert Roessler
robertr <at> rftp.com
http://www.rftp.com
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Neil Hodgson | 2 Mar 09:31 2006
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Re: scite hex editing

Kevin Jones:

> Hello, was wondering if there was any thought to adding hex editing to the
> scite program?

   Yes, but I think its a mistake to try to do too much with one
program. Its better to have multiple smaller applications that can be
used in combination.

> Also, what's the difference between scite and scitila?

   Scintilla is an editing component that can be used in a wide
variety of software development applications and SciTE is a text
editing application. SciTE has two instances of Scintilla: one for
editing and one for showing the output of tools.

   Neil
Frank Wunderlich | 2 Mar 09:45 2006
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Re: scite hex editing

> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> Von: "Kevin Jones" <kevin <at> kevinrj.net>
> An: "'Discussion of the SciTE editor'" <scite-interest <at> lyra.org>
> Betreff: [scite] scite hex editing
> Datum: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 20:20:24 -0600
> 
> Hello, was wondering if there was any thought to adding hex editing to the
> scite program?

Hi,
i'm using an external freeware hex-editor named hxd 
( http://mh-nexus.de/programs.htm ). Placed its exe-file to the scite-folder
and adding the following to my SciteUser.properties:

command.name.23.*=open with HxD
command.23.*=$(SciteDefaultHome)\HxD.exe "$(FileNameExt)"
command.subsystem.23.*=1

now i have a menuitem in the tools-menu, which opens the current file in hxd

HTH Frank

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Neil Hodgson | 2 Mar 12:06 2006
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1.68 soon

   I'm planning to release version 1.68 in about a week so the freeze
process starts now. There'll have to be a  good reason for any new
additions and only features that are already in-process will go in
after tomorrow.

   There are two changes to the Platform API for this release,
expandable palettes and translucent (alpha) drawing, so platform
implementers should have a think about whether they can support these
features as defined.

    Neil
Luis Olcese | 2 Mar 19:18 2006
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Autosave, save all

I have made a search and I haven't found how to enable (if it's possible) a button to save all the open files, and also an autosave each n minutes.
Someone can help me?
Thanks

Luis Olcese

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Robert Roessler | 2 Mar 20:00 2006

Re: scite hex editing

Neil Hodgson wrote:
> Kevin Jones:
> 
>> Hello, was wondering if there was any thought to adding hex editing to the
>> scite program?
> 
>    Yes, but I think its a mistake to try to do too much with one
> program. Its better to have multiple smaller applications that can be
> used in combination.

Holy time capsule, Batman!  It's just like [re]reading the original 
Unix papers published (without the Web!) in the late 70's! :)

Robert Roessler
robertr <at> rftp.com
http://www.rftp.com
Veld, Carl in t | 2 Mar 20:07 2006

Better Wordwrap functionality

I was wondering if it is in the planning to implement a look-alike of
the wordwrap functionality in other texteditor(components) like textpad?
This is: the second and higher lines indent automatically to the
identation position of the first line (the base line) that is being
wordwrapped. The indent-space of the second and higher lines has a
configurable visible pattern so that you can distinguish this
indentation from the indentation of the first (base) line.

E.g.

NOW

	Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. >
>Donec aliquet sapien porttitor ante. Vivamus dapibus bibendum>
>sapien. Donec congue tempus purus. In ac tortor sed augue>
>elementum consectetuer. 

 
TO BE

	Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. 
......Donec aliquet sapien porttitor ante. Vivamus dapibus 	
......bibendum sapien. Donec congue tempus purus. In ac tortor 
......sed augue elementum consectetuer. 
Veld, Carl in t | 2 Mar 20:15 2006

RE: scite hex editing

Today it is called "loosely coupled systems" or "service-oriented
architecture" :-)

I hope some day we have it all in every piece of software. Ofcourse this
all without a performance penalty ;-) 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: scite-interest-bounces <at> lyra.org 
> [mailto:scite-interest-bounces <at> lyra.org] On Behalf Of Robert Roessler
> Sent: donderdag 2 maart 2006 20:00
> To: Discussion of the SciTE editor
> Subject: Re: [scite] scite hex editing
> 
> Neil Hodgson wrote:
> > Kevin Jones:
> > 
> >> Hello, was wondering if there was any thought to adding 
> hex editing 
> >> to the scite program?
> > 
> >    Yes, but I think its a mistake to try to do too much with one 
> > program. Its better to have multiple smaller applications 
> that can be 
> > used in combination.
> 
> Holy time capsule, Batman!  It's just like [re]reading the 
> original Unix papers published (without the Web!) in the late 70's! :)
> 
> Robert Roessler
> robertr <at> rftp.com
> http://www.rftp.com
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