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by jerry1970
13 Jul 2008 07:36
Forum: Installation
Topic: publishing only changes?
Replies: 1
Views: 10902

publishing only changes?

Is it possible that only the changed files are published?

I have to backup my templates and syntax files every time I install or copy a new version. Then I can see if a template has been changed or not.

Maybe an update mechanism from within TextEd that checks the website?

Jerry
by jerry1970
04 Jul 2008 11:46
Forum: Installation
Topic: some settings overwritten after installation
Replies: 2
Views: 13446

The install and portable versions are not compatible. The data is stored in different places, including the settings. The installed version store data in <...AppliacationData\RJ TextEd\> while the portable version store data in the same folder as the executable. This to make it easier to use from e...
by jerry1970
04 Jul 2008 08:48
Forum: Installation
Topic: some settings overwritten after installation
Replies: 2
Views: 13446

some settings overwritten after installation

I usually get a new version using the installation type. This time, I copied the non-install version into the folder. Most of the times, some settings are overwritten. This time, the skins were switched on, while I always switch off skins. Which settings are overwritten when I use the install or non...
by jerry1970
28 May 2008 15:13
Forum: Scripts
Topic: Script to open template, with cursor position
Replies: 0
Views: 5694

Script to open template, with cursor position

Hi all, This is a script I made to create a new file based on a template. First there is a base script: procedure CreateNewFile( extension: WideString ); var strFilename: WideString; strOriginal: WideString; i: Integer; iLineCount: Integer; iPos: Integer; strOriginalLine: WideString; strNew1, strNew...
by jerry1970
28 May 2008 12:55
Forum: Scripts
Topic: base path for scripts?
Replies: 0
Views: 5978

base path for scripts?

When I have this line uses 'CreateNewFile.pas'; in a file that is in the scripts folder under the TextEd folder and try to run it, it returns this error: Cannot open file "C:\Program Files\RJ TextEd\scripts\Fast Reports - Demo Scripts\PascalScripts\CreateNewFile.pas" Why is that folder set as the ba...
by jerry1970
05 Nov 2007 15:15
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: create fold block
Replies: 6
Views: 11377

It works, thanks!
And thanks for the explanation - I don't use .NET yet, but will find out soon, I gues... ;)
by jerry1970
05 Nov 2007 09:27
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: create fold block
Replies: 6
Views: 11377

Try this: Rgn_Start = "[START]" Rgn_End = "[END]" Rgn_CommentStart = "//" Doesn't work... I have these regions set, and then created a fold block: Fold_Begin = "// [START]" Fold_End = "// [END]" but that doesn't work either. What exactly is that Region setting for? Why is there only one Region per ...
by jerry1970
05 Nov 2007 09:07
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: create fold block
Replies: 6
Views: 11377

create fold block

Inside PHP scripts, I want to fold a rather large collection of functions that I don't have to see the whole time. I tried to create a folding block that starts with a certain comment and ends with another. Something like this: // [START] Properties: Set functions function SetTableName( $name ) { se...
by jerry1970
09 Aug 2006 12:18
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: php with hypertext
Replies: 6
Views: 12545

Rickard Johansson wrote:
PHP is embedded into HTML - both should be separate entities and thus have their own syntax colouring.
Well, if you put it that way it accually sound reasonable. :)
Hey, I am a programmer too, I am supposed to be able to make things sound logical and reasonable! :D
by jerry1970
09 Aug 2006 11:18
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: php with hypertext
Replies: 6
Views: 12545

I'm not sure about the PHP highlighting inside a string. I think a string should be highlighted as a string. Anything else just seems wrong, some how. When I'm programming PHP, I am *very* glad to see the PHP code syntax coloured as PHP code, and not as an HTML string. PHP is embedded into HTML - b...
by jerry1970
09 Aug 2006 10:44
Forum: Syntax files
Topic: php with hypertext
Replies: 6
Views: 12545

Maybe it's better to use multiple highlighters. Maybe a line in the Html syntax file that loads the PHP syntax as well. Whenever a <?php is encountered the PHP syntax kicks in, and when the > is encountered the HTML syntax is used again. Just a thought. Sounds great! But don't forget that the HTML ...