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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby luislavena on Wed Mar 09, 2011 3:34 pm

jps wrote:I've been working on menus for this build, you can see this in a few areas:
- Right click on a directory in the side bar, and you can create a new file at that location
- Right click some files in the side bar, and you can delete them (files in folders only, not open files)


Awesome release Jon, as always.

I found a small bug in relation to refresh not picking up file renames on OSX.

Steps to reproduce:
  • Add a folder to project
  • Add a file "ABC.txt" to the project (using any means to create the file), and the sidebar will display the file
  • Either using Reveal in Finder or command line, rename the file from "ABC.txt" to "abc.txt"
  • Sidebar still displays "ABC.txt". Even forced refresh do not pick the changes

I have enabled case sensibility on my filesystem, so doing ls display the filename properly.

Could be that Python do not make distinction about this? Is quite common that OSX can work on both case sensitive or not FS, but some libraries or languages determine that at compilation time, not runtime.

Cheers!
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby atomi on Wed Mar 09, 2011 4:22 pm

This is a really nice update.

I just wanted to say that ctrl+space now errors with: no available completions.
So the completions drop down never shows up.

ST2 2043 Win 7 x64 (portable version).

Thanks.
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby qqq on Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:13 pm

daylerees wrote:With the new file creation from sidebar, would it be possible to specify a filename when creating the file, so kind of :

Right click folder -> click new file -> type name of file within tree -> begin editing file.

I think the current solution is more powerful. You create a new file in a given folder and when you hit Ctrl+S you can save it in this folder (default) but you can still change the folder or abandon the new file altogether.
ST2 Win7 64-bit
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby adzenith on Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:36 pm

jps wrote:I'll make the unsaved changes show up in an output panel instead, which is a better thing to do, and will go some way to resolving this issue, as long as you don't click in the output panel, anyway :)

Could this be optional? I'm already a huge fan of it showing the diff in a buffer, and I don't auto-save on focus lost. :)
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby theblacklion on Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:05 pm

adzenith wrote:
jps wrote:I'll make the unsaved changes show up in an output panel instead, which is a better thing to do, and will go some way to resolving this issue, as long as you don't click in the output panel, anyway :)

Could this be optional? I'm already a huge fan of it showing the diff in a buffer, and I don't auto-save on focus lost. :)


I don't like the output panel for diffs, too. What about changing the auto-save to only react on the window focus? This way you can leave it as is :).
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby reddshack on Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:43 pm

I love the new diffing with highlighting! Having it built into the text editor is a nice feature.

theblacklion wrote:I don't like the output panel for diffs, too. What about changing the auto-save to only react on the window focus? This way you can leave it as is :).


I agree with this. Having a new buffer for diffs is preferred over the panel. I'm also a huge fan of the save on focus lost (thanks for adding it a few releases ago!), but having it only auto save on window focus lost would fix these other problems.
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby theblacklion on Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:14 pm

reddshack wrote:I agree with this. Having a new buffer for diffs is preferred over the panel. I'm also a huge fan of the save on focus lost (thanks for adding it a few releases ago!), but having it only auto save on window focus lost would fix these other problems.


I think, I've made up my mind. For my orgmode plugin the current auto save on view focus lost is great (due to the way I work with it e.g. switching between views and not windows). But for other files (html, css, js, php, py, c etc.), where I might use a diff before saving, it would matter when switching over to a console or browser (-> window focus lost). Can't we have switches for both? :D
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby aoi on Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:01 pm

Sublime Text 2 is awesome text editor. Really love to check new release everyday:D

I meet serious bug on 2043 build.
I always open some windows, but 2043 can't handle multiple window.
When type somethings on another window, the letters show up on the first window only.

steps
1) open 1st window.(1st window)
2) File -> New Window(2nd window)
3) write on 2nd window -> the letters show up on 1st window.(bug)
4) write on 1st window -> the letters show up on 1st window.(normal)
5) close 2nd window -> write on 1st window -> crash...

I'm using Ubuntu 10.10. I didn't check it on other platform.

Regards,
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby oats on Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:20 pm

jps wrote:- Right click on a directory in the side bar, and you can create a new file at that location
- Right click some files in the side bar, and you can delete them (files in folders only, not open files)
- Right click with two files selected in the side bar, and you can diff them

Why can I only diff/delete files if they are in folders? I rarely use folders, I just use open files in my projects. Seems an odd limitation.

Also, once I've added a folder, I right-click on it to "remove folder" and nothing happens. I can't figure out how to get rid of it. Bug?
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Re: Dev Build 2043

Postby adzenith on Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:50 pm

theblacklion wrote:
reddshack wrote:I agree with this. Having a new buffer for diffs is preferred over the panel. I'm also a huge fan of the save on focus lost (thanks for adding it a few releases ago!), but having it only auto save on window focus lost would fix these other problems.


I think, I've made up my mind. For my orgmode plugin the current auto save on view focus lost is great (due to the way I work with it e.g. switching between views and not windows). But for other files (html, css, js, php, py, c etc.), where I might use a diff before saving, it would matter when switching over to a console or browser (-> window focus lost). Can't we have switches for both? :D


If you grab the text on disk before the file loses focus then you can save it and show the diff anyway. Seems like that might be cleaner than having a per-view setting or something.
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