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Re: Build 3008

Postby cyt93cs on Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:41 pm

"Goto Definition" is great, but how do I go back to previous location? I do not find any key binding or menu item...
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Re: Build 3008

Postby sublimator on Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:46 pm

It's a plugin, so you could probably hax it, if you really missed a jump_back command.

Some guy already wrote one for ST2: https://github.com/optilude/SublimeText ... History.py

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Bug: find does not automatically run when opening a file

Postby mmmpie on Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:32 pm

The find panel needs to be closed and reopened to get it to run on a newly opened file.
Once reopened all matching instances of the search string are highlighted.
Pressing find all works as expected without cycling the panel.
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Bug: the find panel cannot be resized (osx)

Postby mmmpie on Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:34 pm

When Find in Files results are displayed in the find panel and not a buffer the panel cannot be resized to show more results at once.
Im currently using the buffer functionality as a work around.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby Grant on Thu Jan 31, 2013 6:32 pm

I'm getting occasional hang-ups when building my project. It seems that I get maybe a couple lines of output (which are immediate), then the GUI for that window hangs completely and I have to close ST3 to recover.

Also, the build output is being captured, but not scrolling to the end like ST2. Not so much a complaint as it is an observation.

Windows 7.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby quarnster on Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:02 pm

Bug: the on_new_async callback uses the "on_new" list and then fails as there is no "on_new_async" implemented

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def on_new_async(view_id):
    v = sublime.View(view_id)
    for callback in all_callbacks['on_new']:
        callback.on_new_async(v)
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Re: Build 3008

Postby quarnster on Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:36 pm

In 3008 OSX, plugin_host crashes with
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import ctypes
. Going back to 3007...
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Re: Build 3008

Postby jps on Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:02 am

MystickPhoenix wrote:Let me preface this by saying I *think* it's a bug. Syntax highlighting for the following bit of python code works correctly in ST2, but not in ST3. Basically everything after I believe that ST3 is getting confused by all of the various quotes in the first line.

It's clearly doing the wrong thing here, but I don't believe it's a regression: ST2 has the same behavior for me. Perhaps you edited your Python.tmLanguage in ST2?
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Re: Build 3008

Postby keelzebub on Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:15 am

@jps: I'm experiencing a bug in which, if I add to my project a folder that contains subversion files/folders (.svn, etc.), a couple 'sublime-text' processes are spawned that each eat up 100% cpu, and never seem to stop - even closing Sublime Text doesn't make them quit. I'm on Ubuntu, using the 64 bit version of Sublime Text. And I tested on the last build of Sublime Text 2 and it doesn't seem to have the problem.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby jburnett on Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:41 am

Small bug in the Selection class: the __eq__ operator is defined as "list(self) == list(rhs)". If rhs is then something that can't be coerced into a list (None), it crashes. Maybe add a try:...except:return False?

Also, I'm guessing this is known, but Selection.__str__ doesn't exist. It looks like the WordHighlight plugin is relying on it to see if a view's selection is the same across two runs of a command via "str(sel_a) == str(sel_b)".
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