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20091114 Beta

Postby jps on Sat Nov 14, 2009 12:53 pm

20091114 is out now, with a fix for the selection rendering regression in the last beta.

I've also given the find panel a make-over, and combined it with the incremental find panel. There is no longer a stand alone incremental find panel. The key bindings within the find panel have changed as part of this, they're now:

* Enter: Go to next match
* Shift+Enter: Go to prev match
* Alt+Enter: Select all matches
* Ctrl+F: Hide find panel
* Escape: Hide find panel
* F3: Go to next match, and move focus to buffer
* Ctrl+F3: Go to prev match, and move focus to buffer

For example, a common workflow in previous versions was Ctrl+I,text, enter, to select the next occurance of "text". To do the same thing now, it's Ctrl+F,text,escape or Ctrl+F,text,Ctrl+F.

I'm keen for feedback on the new find panel - its current behaviour isn't final.
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby hoest on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:09 pm

Wow, great work again, Jon!!!

Superb!


Regards,
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby Hannes on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:10 pm

Nice, but Ctrl+F crashes sublime if no file is opened. ;)
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby jps on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:25 pm

Hannes wrote:Nice, but Ctrl+F crashes sublime if no file is opened. ;)


Thanks - will fix for the next beta
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby myel on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:27 pm

that was fast, thanks.

it's much better now (and matches don't get selected just highlighted (yay). any chance the highlight-color/outline can be configured (no priority, i kinda like it the way it is)?

i just noticed that we got realtime highlighting, great :!: (and syntax highlighting for regexp in the search panel...)

howevever it introduced quite a few bugs ;):

1. without any open buffer, ctrl+f crashes sublime (already mentioned by hannes)
2. in an empty buffer, the same happens
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby GreyWyvern on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:36 pm

If I have an open file and hit Ctrl+F, then hit Esc (as to dismiss the dialogue), Sublime Text crashes. Ctrl+H I can dismiss with Esc without any problems.

[two minutes pass] ... Did some more testing and found that the text displayed in the Ctrl+F dialogue needs to have a dash (-) in it for the crash to happen on Esc. It crashes whether regexp find is enabled or not.

[five minutes pass]... More testing, also happens if the find text contains: &, !, @, #, $, %, ^, * (see note), (, ), _, + (see note), = ... okay that's probably enough :P

note: for * or +, included by itself when regexp matching is enabled, it becomes part of the pattern and it does not crash when dismissed. But escaping it (\*) in regexp mode still causes the crash on dismiss.
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby jps on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:43 pm

Crashes aren't much fun, so I've just released 20091115 which should fix the above issues. Let's all pretend 20091114 never happened :)
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby GreyWyvern on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:49 pm

:o You are releasing tomorrow's build today!!!

Confirmed crashes fixed here. Cheers!
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby jps on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:55 pm

GreyWyvern wrote:You are releasing tomorrow's build today!!!


Luckily, it's already the 15th here in Sydney, so I won't have to power on the time machine :)

Forgot to mention: Ctrl+Enter in the final panel will insert a newline. The find panel can now be resized to show more lines, if required.
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Re: 20091114 Beta

Postby Hannes on Sat Nov 14, 2009 2:01 pm

jps wrote:The find panel can now be resized to show more lines, if required.


YMMD, literally. :D
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