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Thread: Is there code folding in Gedit?

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    Quote Originally Posted by jay019 View Post
    Open /usr/share/geany/filetypes.xml and edit away.
    You can adjust foreground / background colors and switch on/off bold and italic. You could even ad your own keywords if you so desired.
    Thanks for that .. now I'm happy.

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    Hey! geany is great!!

    I tried Anjuta, Eclipse, Kdevelop and some extensions of gEdit. Geany is very simple and yet does everything I want.

    Thanks for the tip!

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Geekkit View Post
    You know it's funny you bring this up. Although that wasn't a feature I was missing in Gedit, two features I was missing in Gedit were:

    • Save All
    Ctrl + Shift + L Save all tabs.

    Is that what you're looking for?

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    +1 for Geany. My first impressions are very good.

    I, too, started looking elsewhere when I found that Gedit had no code folding. Geany is also MUCH more self contained than Gedit for KDE users. Install is lightning fast, 1 package via aptitude for Geany versus 62 for Gedit. Geany also launches very fast.

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    test is

    http://code.google.com/p/gedit-folding/downloads/list

    unzip and copy them to /home/[USER]/.gnome2/gedit/plugins

    restart gedit

    alt+z for folding
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    Last edited by rgbpe; August 25th, 2009 at 03:31 AM.

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    thanks for the link. now i'm set

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    Quote Originally Posted by jay019 View Post
    Whats wrong with editing a file by hand.
    by that, do you mean by inscribing each bit on the platter surface with a stylus, or by butterflies?

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    eventually we'll have code folding for gtksourceview
    http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gedit.../msg00019.html
    (that was posted yesturday)

    (gedit uses gtksourceview)

    if u find some of my ideas weird...look at my avatar for the reason
    http://delfick.storage.googlepages.c...ycfuserbar.png

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    Lightbulb Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    Hi guys!

    I found it right now, but i couldn't test this yet, i'm at work now... But i will let it here for who wish.

    This tip was found HERE and the supposed code folding plugin is HERE.

    Good luck for us!


    OBS: the links are in black because of the css code

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    Re: Is there code folding in Gedit?

    Quote Originally Posted by rgbpe View Post
    test is

    http://code.google.com/p/gedit-folding/downloads/list

    unzip and copy them to /home/[USER]/.gnome2/gedit/plugins

    restart gedit

    alt+z for folding
    unfortunately, this doesn't work for me. I created that directory but it didn't show up so i copied them to usr/share/gedit-2/plugins/ instead and the "simple folding" plugin shows up but does nothing. alt-z doesn't have any effect either.

    im running 2.28.0

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