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SlickEdit® / Editing Vue files doesn't syntax highlight all file
« Last post by guth on February 19, 2019, 02:45:48 pm »
In my new Slickedit installation on a new computer, I loaded a vue file and let Slickedit assign .vue to HTML mode. The beginning of the file is syntax highlighted, but scrolling down a bit (in this case to line 123) then all syntax highlightning disappears. This works from the other direction. Coming from the bottom, the file is not syntax highlighted, but scrolling upwards will eventually make the file syntax highlighted (when bottom line again is line 123). The file is a correct vue file. The bottom part of it is javascript.
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SlickEdit® / Re: Issue changing indenting from tab to spaces in macro
« Last post by patrick on February 19, 2019, 02:45:28 pm »
Yes.  I did have to add a step after turning tabs on to do a single edit on the file before calling setIndentToSpace.  I think this is hot-fixable.

For some reason, when you change the indent via LanguageSettings, the cached beautifier settings aren't being invalidated.  If you need to, you can temporarily work around it by adding the following to the end of the setIndentWithTabsOrSpacesLang() function:
Code: [Select]
   _beautifier_cache_clear(bufId.p_LangId);

You'll also need to import beautifier.e at the top of your utils file.
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SlickEdit® / Re: Spell checking while type seems not working for Markdown files
« Last post by Clark on February 19, 2019, 02:39:38 pm »
Looking into this
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SlickEdit® / Spell checking while type seems not working for Markdown files
« Last post by guth on February 19, 2019, 08:30:59 am »
I recently got a new computer at work and installed newest Slickedit (23.0.1). Now I'm typing a Markdown document, but even though I have enabled all color for spell checking a misspelled word is not underlined. Spell check from the Tools menu will find this misspelled word.

The word I tried with was sectionn
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SlickEdit® / Re: Issue changing indenting from tab to spaces in macro
« Last post by rowbearto on February 18, 2019, 10:48:58 pm »
Patrick: Were you able to reproduce it?
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SlickEdit® / Re: enum member called auto confuses slick
« Last post by Graeme on February 18, 2019, 08:35:27 pm »
I had a bunch of names that I got from a spec and pasted them into my code.  I don't think I got as far as compiling.  I see that using reserved words as identifiers is illegal.  Normally I try not to use any English words as identifiers anywhere but I briefly made an exception for the scoped enum because you have to specify the class name to use them.  However I've scrapped the class name and added a suffix because GCC forced me to cast the names to int to let me use them as values.

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SlickEdit® / Re: Editing over SFTP, files backed up? Glitch keeps erasing....
« Last post by Dan on February 18, 2019, 05:04:13 pm »
The file should be in backup history.  First try File>Backup history for <filename>...  If that does not work:

The most recent copy will be in your backup path, under your config directory but not the version by default, vsdelta  (let me know if this does not make sense).  Under there, you will find an "ftp" directory, directories for the hosts under there, and then the whole paths.  You will see the whole filename as well as <wholefilename>.vsdelta2 and perhaps some similar files with numbers on them.  The one with the whole filename is what you're looking for.  Be sure to copy it out of there.
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SlickEdit® / Re: enum member called auto confuses slick
« Last post by Dennis on February 18, 2019, 05:03:55 pm »
It is certainly not portable.  Clang compiler flagged it as an error.  However, this is something our parser could work around.  We have a short list of keywords we allow as enumerator names for ANSI-C compatibility, auto could be added to that list.  Because "auto" is an old keyword, I am really surprised any compiler would allow that.
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SlickEdit® / enum member called auto confuses slick
« Last post by Graeme on February 18, 2019, 01:11:46 am »
Not sure if this is a bug
enum class something : uint8_t {
   one,
   auto,
   two,
   three
};

because of auto, push-tag on something::three doesn't work.
Could be illegal to use auto there, I don't know.
slick 23.0.0.11


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SlickEdit® / Editing over SFTP, files backed up? Glitch keeps erasing....
« Last post by scout3801 on February 17, 2019, 09:09:26 pm »
I frequently use slickedit over SFTP to edit my files.  On SE2017(.22), I get this occasional glitch where the file on the host PC gets erased.  That's cost me hours of work, and is a problem in it's own right, but my question is, any chance there's a buffered version on my client PC?  It'd be great to not lose all of my work...
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