The wanted RegEx is to remove duplicate strings using Komodo Edit Replace tool. This is to support Vi's replace with the 'g' flag. There is much more on writing extensions, but this is supposed to be a short article. So, you may want to bump up your handlers place in line, example: Find Highlighting Komodo will now highlight the search term in yellow , indicating where the matches are in your document s. Though it couldn't hurt to eventually allow a user to top a search and work with what you've found so far. ActiveState solves complex problems and produces cool and useful applications that help people live more productive and enjoyable lives.
The problem is that a couple of Rails files are now loading ruby-debug-base whether it's requested or not. Sub-language background colors It is now possible to give sub-languages a different background color. Plus, Komodo Edit enters the open source arena fully tested and with complete documentation. If a file or directory is specified in the in field, matches will be displayed in a tab. The Confirm Replacements dialog box shows a list of all pending replacements from the Replace in Files operation. It's definitely worth spending time reading the source of extensions you use, to understand how they're assembled. Now I have switched to Komodo Edit which is much more powerful, and I can't find any way to search for these characters.
Download it Komodo downloads are available here: There are also nightly updated builds available here: Documentation and Bug fixes For a full set of release notes and Komodo 5. The extension is also a reasonable way of interactively exploring much of Komodo's front-end code. All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Komodo can open two tabs, Find Results 1 and Find Results 2, which can be locked using the Lock button in their respective toolbars. Use Code Find Next Function or Code Find Previous Function or the associated to cycle through the functions.
The above macro would be rewritten like so: charRight ; Think of the doCommand statements that Komodo generates for you as scaffolding, which you eventually should replace before you're ready to unleash your macros on the world. See to see a short screencast and more details on this feature. There is actually a built-in feature for this in Komodo, but it's hard to find. Add a button to create a file association for that file type if possible if there is an extension or explain that creating a file association can prevent that warning from occurring. New find or replace operations will not overwrite contents in a locked tab. Pressing 'Enter' after typing the search term searches the current file.
The few things that we were not able to open-source in Komodo Edit will be made available as free as in beer extensions. Works as expected if this option is turned off. Macros Now that we've covered where the code is, here's how to extend it. Once you have confirmed that all pending replacements are correct, or un-marked the changes you do not want to include, click Make Changes. For that, you could wrap some of swatso33's suggestions into a using. These have now been checked in to the Komodo trunk and improved Komodo localization is now possible. This was originally done to prevent random text being replaced in a binary file.
Right-click the Edit tab select Current File Settings. Note that this is the code base for Komodo Edit. The search starts in the directory or directories specified above and descends into all sub-directories. The interface changes as different options are selected, so that you only see fields and that are relevant to your task. Second, make sure there aren't any ruby-debug-base instances lurking in your. The view system does not currently provide a way to getViewFromDisplayPath so we roll our own. Check out Trent's blog for more details on the Komodo hyperlink handler: as well, you can also add your own custom hyperlink handlers, check out this article: Fast Open The fast open dialog provides a quick and easy way to access your files.
You can click on any of the changes to open the file in an editor tab at the appropriate line. I'm working on a project that requires a specific link being written around 400 or so locations. PyScripter is in between the two. If you're getting tripped up by this, you can get around it with this line: from xpcom import components as Components If you're thinking I've left out a lot of material, you're right. The quickest way to get started is by using the Macro Recorder, saving the recorded macros in the toolbox, and using them. If Komodo is opening a file and is not sure whether its binary There is no file opening involved.
If you know an identifier name, or a string of text, you can search for it quickly at. In fact, the single reason that made me upgrade to Komodo 4. About ActiveState ActiveState creates professional software development tools, programming language distributions, and business solutions for dynamic languages, and practical tools and applications for social networking platforms. The search text will only match if the line breaks are the same. About ActiveState ActiveState creates professional software development tools, programming language distributions, and business solutions for dynamic languages, and practical tools and applications for social networking platforms. The actual code to be formatted will be passed via stdin.