Franz Steinhaeusler | 2 Nov 10:04 2006
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CVS checkout wxPython

Hi NG,

I tried to checkout wxPython, but nothing of the following was working
for me.

rem svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wxpython wxpython
rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> wxpython.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/wxpython co -P wxPythonWeb

rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> wxpython.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/wxpython co -P wxpython
rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:/cvsroot/wxpython co -P wxpython

rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anoncvs <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:2401/pack/cvsroots/wxwidgets co -P wxpython
rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:2401/pack/cvsroots/wxwidgets co -P wxpython
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:/cvsroot/wxwidgets co -P wxpython

What is the right command line? :)

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Kein-Hong Man | 5 Nov 17:22 2006
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Re: Re: HTML export with underlined folding; sample for comment

Philippe Lhoste wrote:
> Kein-Hong Man a écrit :
>> I wanted a bit nicer folding for exported HTML files of source code, 
>> and I've hacked a fix using a Lua-based HTML exporter. The sample is 
>> located at:
>>
>> http://www.geocities.com/keinhong/SciTE_Classic_Eliza2.html
>>
>> Collapsed folds are underlined now, and the click point changes from 
>> "-" to "+" and vice-versa. I've tested it okay on Seamonkey 1.0.4 and 
>> Opera 9, but the changing of text doesn't work for IE6. A dump of IE6 
>> DOM elements for <span> doesn't show anything useful. My Javascript 
>> knowledge is rudimentary... Does anyone have a portable method for the 
>> click point text toggle?
> 
> I tested the HTML file (cleaned up of GeoCities garbage...) on Firefox 
> 2.0 and Internet Explorer 6.0.2900 (WinXP Pro SP2), and it works fine...
> No JS error, and works as expected.

An update. I've done a lot of reading. The "-" and "+" toggling 
shouldn't have worked on IE, because IE does not implement 
textContent yet. Checked IE7 too, it still uses innerText.

Some browsers use innerText, some use textContent, so I've 
prepared updated samples at:
http://sl-exporters.luaforge.net/SciTE_Classic_Eliza2.html
http://sl-exporters.luaforge.net/SciTE_Classic_Eliza2_mono.html

Now, the "-" and "+" toggling should work for all recent browsers. 
I'll test some more (on more language samples, then Knoppix, 
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Neil Hodgson | 7 Nov 03:33 2006
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Re: CVS checkout wxPython

Franz Steinhaeusler:

> I tried to checkout wxPython, but nothing of the following was working
> for me.

   I expect you should ask on one of the wxWidgets lists.
http://wxwidgets.org/support/maillst2.htm

   There were, IIRC, some problems with the wxwidgets.org recently and
SourceForge CVS is sometimes unavailable, particularly for anonymous
access.

   Neil
Franz Steinhaeusler | 7 Nov 09:25 2006
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Re: CVS checkout wxPython

Franz Steinhaeusler wrote:

> Hi NG,
>
> I tried to checkout wxPython, but nothing of the following was working
> for me.
>[...]
Sorry, wrong mailing list! ;)
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Franz Steinhaeusler
Piotr Fusik | 7 Nov 09:10 2006
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Re: CVS checkout wxPython

Franz Steinhaeusler wrote:
> Hi NG,
> 
> I tried to checkout wxPython, but nothing of the following was working
> for me.
> 
> rem svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wxpython wxpython
> rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> wxpython.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/wxpython co -P wxPythonWeb
> 
> rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> wxpython.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/wxpython co -P wxpython
> rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:/cvsroot/wxpython co -P wxpython
> 
> rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anoncvs <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:2401/pack/cvsroots/wxwidgets co -P wxpython
> rem cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:2401/pack/cvsroots/wxwidgets co -P wxpython
> cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous <at> cvs.wxwidgets.org:/cvsroot/wxwidgets co -P wxpython
> 
> 
> What is the right command line? :)
> 
How is it related to SciTE ?

Google says:
http://www.wxpython.org/download.php#cvsaccess
Dody Suria Wijaya | 7 Nov 14:00 2006
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scite and wine

Hey,

I just tried SciTE windows in linux using wine. Surprisingly it felt 
snappier, and smooth. The redrawing was fast, as if it run in windows. 
This is even better than SciTE's GTK which run side by side in my ubuntu :D.

Try your self, wine seems quite mature now compare to last time i tried 
it a few years ago.

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   dsw
Jan | 7 Nov 16:10 2006
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console - I don't get error reporting when executing php scripts

Hello,

I have just updated PHP to 5.2 and Scite to 1.71 (Windows XP).

I use F5 to execute php scripts in the console.
My html.properties file has:

command.go.$(file.patterns.php)=php -f "$(FileNameExt)"

For some reason I don't get error reporting in the console any more -
if the script fails to execute all I get is "Exit code: 255".

My setting in "Php.ini": error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE

However, if I go to the Windows Console (cmd.exe) and type:
"php -f 'myfilename.php'" - errors are reported as expected.

Can anyone give me a hint? What am I doing wrong?

Many thanks,
Jan
Martijn van Iersel | 7 Nov 20:08 2006
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perl extension?

>From the documentation on the scite extension interface I understand that it is possible to incorporate any scripting language into scite, not just Lua. I'm very interested in an extension interface for the PERL language. Does such a thing exist already? If not, has any work been done in that direction? I'm willing to take this project on myself if nobody else is interested.

regards,
Martijn van Iersel

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Dody Suria Wijaya | 8 Nov 02:39 2006
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scite and wine

Hey,

I just tried SciTE windows in linux using wine. Surprisingly it felt
snappier, and smooth. The redrawing was fast, as if it run in windows.
This is even better than SciTE's GTK which run side by side in my ubuntu :D.

Try your self, wine seems quite mature now compare to last time i tried
it a few years ago.

--
   dsw
Dody Suria Wijaya | 8 Nov 02:38 2006
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scite and wine

Hey,

I just tried SciTE windows in linux using wine. Surprisingly it felt
snappier, and smooth. The redrawing was fast, as if it run in windows.
This is even better than SciTE's GTK which run side by side in my ubuntu :D.

Try your self, wine seems quite mature now compare to last time i tried
it a few years ago.

--
   dsw

Gmane