nuccio raciti | 2 Dec 20:40 2011
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A window of Scintilla as "ansi terminal" for my eLua IDE

Hi All,
first of all let me to say thanks to Neil (and to all Scintilla's
contributors) for the generous gift of Scintilla.

I'm a software developer and I'm currently working on a IDE for the
eLua world..... : http://www.eluaproject.net/
So a revised version of Scite is a good choice for me...
In particular I'm trying to add an "ansi terminal", in order to get
the console of the hardware boards.....

So my question is:

using a Scintilla window  is possible to insert/manage characters
where I want on a screen (for example using  a grid of 80 x 25)?
Or it is too hard to implement...

My need is avoiding of  using a O.S. specific gtk widget (like vte).

Many thanks for your help,
Nuccio

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Neil Hodgson | 3 Dec 10:02 2011
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Re: A window of Scintilla as "ansi terminal" for my eLua IDE

nuccio raciti:

> using a Scintilla window  is possible to insert/manage characters
> where I want on a screen (for example using  a grid of 80 x 25)?
> Or it is too hard to implement...

   It may work but it won't include support for terminal-specific
features like understanding escape sequences.

   Neil

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Neil Hodgson | 3 Dec 10:20 2011
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Printing implemented on GTK+ 3

   Printing is now implemented on GTK+ 3.x. This code is inside SciTE
so there is no need for an external program like a2ps.

   Since GTK+ printing can write to PDF, PostScript or (single page)
SVG files this is also a way to produce files in these formats that
are quite close in appearance to how the code appears in the editor.

   This could be supported on earlier versions of GTK+ but that would
require a change to Scintilla which would destabilize it so if the
change is done, it will be done early in a release cycle.

   Also on GTK+, implemented $(FileDate), $(FileTime), $(FileAttr),
$(CurrentDate), and $(CurrentTime) properties that are useful in print
headers and footers or in the status bar.

   If no new problems appear, there will probably be a new release in
around a week.

   Available from the Mercurial repository
(https://sourceforge.net/scm/?type=hg&group_id=2439) and from
http://www.scintilla.org/scite.zip  Source

   Neil

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nuccio raciti | 3 Dec 17:51 2011
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Re: A window of Scintilla as "ansi terminal" for my eLua IDE


On Dec 3, 10:02 am, Neil Hodgson <nyamaton... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> nuccio raciti:
>
> > using a Scintilla window  is possible to insert/manage characters
> > where I want on a screen (for example using  a grid of 80 x 25)?
> > Or it is too hard to implement...
>
>    It may work but it won't include support for terminal-specific
> features like understanding escape sequences.
>
>    Neil

Good news, thanks Neil,
I have not problem with ansi escape sequences, my doubts are around
how to insert / replace characters starting at coordinates x, y.
Now I'm using following messages:
SCI_GOTOPOS and  SCI_INSERTTEXT
but I'm not sure they are the  better choice.
Could you help me?

Cheers,
Nuccio

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Leledumbo | 4 Dec 15:46 2011
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autocomplete font

what settings affect font for autocomplete? in SciTE 3.X it seems to
be using Arial or Times New Roman (which I don't really like because
they're not monospace)

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Neil Hodgson | 5 Dec 00:11 2011
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Re: autocomplete font

Leledumbo:

> what settings affect font for autocomplete?

   The font of the text at the caret is used.

> in SciTE 3.X it seems to
> be using Arial or Times New Roman (which I don't really like because
> they're not monospace)

   There was a bug with autocompletion fonts on 3.0.0 on Windows which
should be fixed in 3.0.1.

   Neil

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Neil Hodgson | 5 Dec 00:13 2011
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Upcoming 3.0.2 release

   I plan to release version 3.0.2 of Scintilla and SciTE in a few
days time. A pre-release is available now for testing.

   It would help to ensure a stable bug-free release for people to try
this pre-release, particularly those who have experienced problems
with 3.0.1.

   This release of SciTE allows saving files in the background without
blocking the user interface. This is a major change and may cause new
bugs.

   The change list is:

SciTE saves files in the background without blocking the user interface.
Printing implemented in SciTE on GTK+ 3.x.
ILoader interface for background loading finalised and documented.
CoffeeScript lexer added.
C++ lexer fixes crash with "#if defined( XXX 1".
Crash with Direct2D on Windows fixed.
Backspace removing protected range fixed. Bug #3445911.
Cursor setting failure on Windows when screen saver on fixed. Bug #3438780.
SciTE on GTK+ hang fixed with -open:file option. Bug #3441980.
Failure to evaluate shbang fixed in SciTE. Bug #3441801.
SciTE failure to treat files starting with "<?xml" as XML fixed. Bug #3440718.
Made untitled tab saveable when created by closing all files. Bug #3440244.
SciTE crash fixed when using Scintillua.
SciTE revert command fixed so that undo works on individual actions
instead of undoing to revert point.
Focus loss in SciTE when opening a recent file fixed. Bug #3440142.
Fixed SciTE SelLength property to measure characters instead of bytes.
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Neil Hodgson | 5 Dec 00:15 2011
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Re: Re: A window of Scintilla as "ansi terminal" for my eLua IDE

nuccio raciti:

> I have not problem with ansi escape sequences, my doubts are around
> how to insert / replace characters starting at coordinates x, y.
> Now I'm using following messages:
> SCI_GOTOPOS and  SCI_INSERTTEXT
> but I'm not sure they are the  better choice.

    Why aren't you sure they are the better choice? What are they doing wrong?

   Neil

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kostas | 6 Dec 11:59 2011
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Encoding to output pane characters set problem

Hello,

I'm having a problem with the characters from the output pane while
executing ruby code to read data files. They are not readable.
I'm using a 64bit windows 7 machine which is set to IBM737 as its
default characters. Ruby recognizes encoding IBM737 and the code from
command line executes nicely.Inside IDE I see strange letters.

I've changed the global configuration properties to support
internationalization with "code.page=65001". I, also, use the
#encoding: utf-8 shebang line at start of the document, so SciTE
understands the encoding format but still I'm resulting in this issue.

Excuse me for the bad English if you see any mistakes.

Would anyone could help?

Thank you,
Kostas

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Nuccio Raciti | 6 Dec 20:03 2011
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Re: Re: A window of Scintilla as "ansi terminal" for my eLua IDE

Il 05/12/2011 00:15, Neil Hodgson ha scritto:
> nuccio raciti:
>
>> I have not problem with ansi escape sequences, my doubts are around
>> how to insert / replace characters starting at coordinates x, y.
>> Now I'm using following messages:
>> SCI_GOTOPOS and  SCI_INSERTTEXT
>> but I'm not sure they are the  better choice.
>      Why aren't you sure they are the better choice? What are they doing wrong?
>
>     Neil
>
Because my knowledge of scintilla is poor, so I have to work hard.
In fact now that I'm working on it all the time, I am seeing good results..
I will keep you informed about progress also when I finish I would  ask 
to put my work on:
http://www.scintilla.org/ScintillaRelated.html

Ciao,
Nuccio

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