romor | 1 Apr 17:25 2010
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Parameters dialog issues

It has 4 input boxes
 - that's not enough for someone that uses parameters IMO
 = maybe adding additional input box (with semicolon as separator) and
length of two boxes then designing the dialog with two input boxes in
horizontal: if I'm not clear:

 |input1|  |input2|
 |input3|  |input4|
 |additional input|

 - Home command doesn't work in parameters input boxes (thou End
works)
 = please fix it

and the dialog is just too small :D

I'm using latest 2.10 SciTE on Windows 7

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Neil Hodgson | 2 Apr 01:17 2010
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Re: Parameters dialog issues

romor:

> It has 4 input boxes
>  - that's not enough for someone that uses parameters IMO

   That was looked at when the parameters dialog was created and there
is some support for changing the number of parameters to 9 in the
resource file. Look for ALL_PARAMS in win32/SciTERes.rc, enabling the
code within these and disabling anything that conflicts. Also need to
change maxParam in SciTEBase.h and rebuild SciTE.

   There is a trade off here between the room taken up by the
parameters dialog. Particularly when displayed as a controller for
multiple runs, it was seen as best if it didn't get in the way of
seeing the results. You may also be able to use a single entry for
multiple parameters. Therefore it was limited to 4 entries.

   Controlling the number of parameters with a setting would be better.

>  - Home command doesn't work in parameters input boxes (thou End
> works)

   Works for me.

> and the dialog is just too small :D

   It is supposed to be small.

   Neil

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romor | 2 Apr 08:49 2010
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Re: Parameters dialog issues

On Apr 2, 1:17 am, Neil Hodgson <nyamaton... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
>    Controlling the number of parameters with a setting would be better.
>
Agreed, but also maybe just one input box (with dropdown history),
like many editors or IDEs have is another fine approach

Thanks for indepth explanation how it can be set

>
>    Works for me.
>
Strangely, it doesn't here: I can use it just fine anywhere but not in
this dialog (Ctrl+Home works)
Trying different install (in separate folder without extman, scripts
etc) works fine
Anyhow it's not that much important to me so that I start tracking
down the source ;)

Cheers Neil

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mozers | 3 Apr 08:23 2010
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Re: 2.10 release candidate

Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 11:27:06 AM, Neil wrote:
>    MinGW has fallen well behind current GCC so I am using TDM's
> download of of GCC
> 4.4.1 for Windows: http://www.tdragon.net/recentgcc/ .

=======================
Compile with TDM MinGW:
=======================
> No warnings

> Result:
Sc1.exe      1,54Mb
SciTE.exe    686kB
SciLexer.dll 683kB
(Possible use shorted TDM MinGW
<http://code.google.com/p/scite-ru/downloads/detail?name=MinGW-4.4.1-tdm-2.zip> (only 9.2Mb)

================================================
Compile with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (VC9):
================================================
> 4 Warnings:
LINK : warning LNK4224: /OPT:NOWIN98 is no longer supported; ignored

> Result:
Sc1.exe      1,31Mb
SciTE.exe    668kB
SciLexer.dll 494kB

================================================
Compile with Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 (VC7):
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Roger Sondermann | 3 Apr 08:29 2010

Paste error

Hello,

I use an old program, that grabs and caches multiple Clipboard-
entries. Since the code-changes for v2.10 I cannot paste any string 
back into SciTE without getting multiple NULs at the end of the 
string (~4090). This does not happen when pasting the current 
Clipboard or when I try to paste stored Clipboard-entries into other 
text-editors.

XPSP3

Many thanks

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Neil Hodgson | 3 Apr 11:35 2010
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Re: 2.10 release candidate

mozers:

> LINK : warning LNK4224: /OPT:NOWIN98 is no longer supported; ignored

   I'll remove /OPT:NOWIN98 some day but not just before a release.

> c:\program files\microsoft visual studio .net 2003\vc7\include\vector(380) : warning C4702:
unreachable code

   This is normal for this compiler version with its library and they
are just noise. There could be more "#pragma warning(disable 4702)"
statements to squash them but that risks hiding real unreachable code
with newer compiler versions.

>> Result:
> Sc1.exe      1,18Mb
> SciTE.exe    556kB
> SciLexer.dll 455kB
> (Smallest size of all the variants)

   I think the size difference is due to there being more code in the
runtime library for newer compilers.

   Neil

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Neil Hodgson | 3 Apr 11:36 2010
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Re: Paste error

Roger Sondermann:

> I use an old program, that grabs and caches multiple Clipboard-
> entries. Since the code-changes for v2.10 I cannot paste any string
> back into SciTE without getting multiple NULs at the end of the
> string (~4090).

   Looks like this program is using a large (4K) clipboard allocation
for small pieces of text.

> This does not happen when pasting the current
> Clipboard or when I try to paste stored Clipboard-entries into other
> text-editors.

   OK, returned to 2.03 clipboard reading code which stops at NUL characters.

   Because of this change, there will be an extra day before the
release is made (now on April 5) in case there are new problems.

   Committed to CVS and available from
http://www.scintilla.org/scite.zip   Source
http://www.scintilla.org/wscite.zip Windows executable

   Neil

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Roger Sondermann | 3 Apr 18:48 2010

Re: Paste error

At 03 Apr 2010, 11:36, Neil Hodgson wrote:

> ...
> 
>    OK, returned to 2.03 clipboard reading code which stops at
>    NUL characters.

Many thanks, perfect now.

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Neil Hodgson | 5 Apr 02:52 2010
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SciTE 2.10 released

   SciTE 2.10 is now available from the scintilla.org web site.

   SciTE 2.10 is a major release.

   SciTE will no longer run on Windows 95, 98 or ME.

   On Windows, SciTE can access all files including those with names
outside the user's preferred character encoding.

   Lexers may be written in Lua.

   Case-insensitive search works for non-ASCII characters in UTF-8 and
8-bit encodings. Non-ASCII characters may be changed to upper and
lower case.

   Other features were added and bugs fixed. A detailed list of
changes is available on the history page.
http://www.scintilla.org/ScintillaHistory.html

   Thanks to the contributors of code and documentation and to the testers.

http://www.scintilla.org/SciTEDownload.html

   Neil

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antmjr | 6 Apr 19:15 2010
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Re: SciTE 2.10 released

I have a rather silly question (of course I'm not a professional
programmer, just a casual user). My previous version was 1.78. Now I
have installed the new 2.10 and copied the SciTEGlobal.properties file
of my old version into the directory of the new 2.10 version.
Everything works fine, but only now I was wondering if the default
SciTEGlobal.properties of ver 2.10 has something new.
Is it better to customize it again?
Antonio

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