April White | 2 Jul 04:34 2006
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a VB module to interface to Scintilla, and a lua script to make it

Some time ago I downloaded a VB example of an interface to Scintilla.  I 
recently realized that this example was missing many of the constants 
and such from Scintilla.iface.  Not having Python on my PC, updating the 
HFacer.py script was fruitless, so I wrote an equivalent one in Lua.

This script and the resulting SciLexer.bas file are uploaded to:
http://www.scintilla.org/aprilw/HFacer.lua
http://www.scintilla.org/aprilw/SciLexer.bas

The script also rebuilds Scintilla.h and SciLexer.h, though it does not 
overwrite the original file if there is a change.  The new file has 
"copy-" prefaced to the file name.

Obviously you need the Lua executable to run this script. 

April

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Mitchell Foral | 1 Jul 22:52 2006
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SciTE Snippets

To all SciTE users,

SciTE Snippets
--------------

I have written a Lua module for SciTE that mimicks Textmate's snippet
system quite well. It's a few months old, so hopefully it's fairly
stable.

http://caladbolg.net/scite.php#snippets
Please read the documentation thoroughly!

Take care,
-Mitchell;
future.com | 4 Jul 04:17 2006

Spell Check dll

Dear All

I have downloaded a SpellCheck program written in VB and avilable as 
a dll on http://www.developerfusion.co.uk/show/337/2/ and want to use 
it with SciTE.

Probably some thing like :
command.4.*=RUNDLL32.EXE "$(SciteDefaultHome)\vbwSpellCheck.dll"   ............
may work.

However I have failed to figure out what exactly this command should be.

I shall be thankful if any of the members of this mailing list can help me.

Srish Agrawal

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mozers | 8 Jul 20:56 2006
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Get name of current api-file? (LUA)

Hello Scite-interest,

How to get a filename of the current used api-file?
Sample code:
  api_filename = props['api.*.'..props['FileExt']]
does not understand patterns :(
Any hints?

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Sebastian Steinlechner | 8 Jul 16:42 2006
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Linux: process communication via command line?

Hi,

I'm almost sure this has been asked/requested before, but I'm unable to
find anything about it:
I would like to have a command line that takes a file name and jumps to
the SciTE instance that currently has this file open (regardless of
"check.if.already.open"). Even better if it's then possible to send
additional commands, like passing "-goto:123".
Any chance on implementing this? Maybe if I find some time over the next
couple of weeks I'll have a look at it, but I first wanted to hear
whether someone has done any work in that direction...

-- Sebastian
Srish Agrawal | 9 Jul 17:22 2006

Spell Check dll

Dear All

I have downloaded a SpellCheck program written in VB and avilable as 
a dll on http://www.developerfusion.co.uk/show/337/2/ and want to use 
it with SciTE.

Probably some thing like :
command.4.*=RUNDLL32.EXE "$(SciteDefaultHome)\vbwSpellCheck.dll"   ............
may work.

However I have failed to figure out what exactly this command should be.

I shall be thankful if any of the members of this mailing list can help me.

Srish Agrawal
Walter Cruz | 6 Jul 17:37 2006
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AutoCSetDropRestOfWord and Lua

Can I use the function AutoCSetDropRestOfWord in Lua?

If yes, how can I do that?

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- Walter

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roy wood | 11 Jul 17:16 2006
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Re: Linux: process communication via command line?

On 7/8/06, Sebastian Steinlechner <ttt <at> resourcecode.de> wrote:
> I would like to have a command line that takes a file name and jumps to
> the SciTE instance that currently has this file open (regardless of
> "check.if.already.open"). Even better if it's then possible to send
> additional commands, like passing "-goto:123".
> Any chance on implementing this? Maybe if I find some time over the next
> couple of weeks I'll have a look at it, but I first wanted to hear
> whether someone has done any work in that direction...

I've done some work with the SciTE "Director" interface on Linux, and
there's nothing that exactly fits the bill for you there.  I need to
finish off a patch to Neil to add some additional functionality that
is similar to what you mentioned, though not exactly the same.

Were you talking about doing this on Linux?
Philippe Lhoste | 10 Jul 11:11 2006
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Re: a VB module to interface to Scintilla, and a lua script to make it

April White wrote:
> Some time ago I downloaded a VB example of an interface to Scintilla.  I 
> recently realized that this example was missing many of the constants 
> and such from Scintilla.iface.  Not having Python on my PC, updating the 
> HFacer.py script was fruitless, so I wrote an equivalent one in Lua.
> 
> This script and the resulting SciLexer.bas file are uploaded to:
> http://www.scintilla.org/aprilw/HFacer.lua
> http://www.scintilla.org/aprilw/SciLexer.bas
> 
> The script also rebuilds Scintilla.h and SciLexer.h, though it does not 
> overwrite the original file if there is a change.  The new file has 
> "copy-" prefaced to the file name.
> 
> Obviously you need the Lua executable to run this script.

Excellent, I wanted to do this for a long time, because I didn't wanted 
to install a multimegabyte language on my old, saturated computer just 
to run a couple utilities...
But I never took the time to do it. Thanks for sharing!
I guess we can adapt easily your code to generate other formats.

Oh, and I am happy to see the mailing list is still working, it was 
quite some time since the last message...

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Bruce Dodson | 12 Jul 03:02 2006
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Re: "Copy File Name" option

Easily done with Lua:

command.name.1.*=File Name to Output
command.mode.1.*=subsystem:lua,savebefore:no
command.1.*=dostring print(props.FilePath)

Cheers,
Bruce

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news:20060315182048.89819.qmail <at> web50113.mail.yahoo.com...
>I have an additional suggestion. It's nice to  copy
> file names to Output pane. That's the fast way to
> create selectively the file list of open files.
> I already use this option. I added the new item in the
> Menu, something like "/Tools/File Name to Output",
>    and than I use
>
> OutputAppendString(buffers.buffers[buffers.Current()].FullPath());
>                          OutputAppendString("\n");
>
> in SciTEBase::MenuCommand
>
> As for me it's really effective.
>
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