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20091212 Beta

Postby jps on Sat Dec 12, 2009 11:20 pm

New beta is out, with the ability to open directories as projects, among some other fixes and tweaks.

The behaviour of tab when translateTabsToSpaces has been changed slightly, too: it now adds spaces up to the next tab stop (i.e., multiple of tabSize). If you'd rather tabSize spaces always be inserted, set useTabStops to be false. Setting it to false will also make backspace always delete a single character.

A new application option (Preferences/General Preferences), find.useSelectedText, has been added. It's false by default, but if set to true, the selected text will be copied into the find panel when Ctrl+F is pressed.
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby schmiidt on Tue Dec 15, 2009 7:09 pm

jps wrote:New beta is out, with the ability to open directories as projects


Great! I didn't even know that you was working on this.

I have tried it out and it works really well. I just love the project panel, which allows me to open a file with just a few key strokes even in very large code bases (no more directory browsing). I just wish I could select one of my own project templates when I open a directory as a project or at least overwrite the default one. Some of the directories I work with contain nearly 100.000 files, but 2/3 of these files are located in an .hg directory that I would like to exclude by default. It takes notably longer to load these projects as directories instead of project files that exclude the .hg directory.
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby EJ12N on Thu Dec 17, 2009 6:56 pm

schmiidt wrote:
jps wrote:New beta is out, with the ability to open directories as projects


Great! I didn't even know that you was working on this.

I have tried it out and it works really well. I just love the project panel, which allows me to open a file with just a few key strokes even in very large code bases (no more directory browsing). I just wish I could select one of my own project templates when I open a directory as a project or at least overwrite the default one. Some of the directories I work with contain nearly 100.000 files, but 2/3 of these files are located in an .hg directory that I would like to exclude by default. It takes notably longer to load these projects as directories instead of project files that exclude the .hg directory.


This goes on to show why we need global project preferences :D
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=926

exclude all .svn .hg and images, binary and archives by default, sounds good to me...
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby hoest on Thu Dec 17, 2009 7:36 pm

EJ12N wrote:This goes on to show why we need global project preferences :D
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=926

exclude all .svn .hg and images, binary and archives by default, sounds good to me...


+1!!! And CVS folders!!! Or just a setting in User Prefs:

projectIgnoreFiles *.zip;*.jpg;*.gif;.dat;...
projectIgnoreDirectories .svn;CVS;.hg;...
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby gpfsmurf on Thu Dec 17, 2009 9:20 pm

How about a default project template (that can be customized, of course)?
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby jps on Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:48 am

I'll add the ability to customise the default project settings for the next beta
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby EJ12N on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:49 pm

jps wrote:I'll add the ability to customise the default project settings for the next beta

thank you :)
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Re: 20091212 Beta

Postby rbabiak on Mon Jan 04, 2010 1:04 pm

When opening a directory as a project, can we have a way to filter what file types are in the project. We have a lot of python mixed in with html, and c++ all in the same project tree. It would be useful to be able to open a directory and specify "*.py;*.html" This makes the find file in project (ctrl+p) a much shorter list.
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