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The current state of C++ is that you can't get too far off the ground without using -std=c++11, -std=c++14, etc.  This needs to be added to the GNU C++ language options dialog after the choice of "Compile all files as ..." combo box.   Would also be good to add this option to the C++ project wizard.
SlickEdit® / Re: Active tab in bold character
« Last post by Clark on July 10, 2024, 02:43:21 PM »
I don't see any option for this. Please post your user.cfg.xml which you are currently using for version 24 (not v26). Maybe I can figure this out from your v24 settings.
Features and/or Improvements / Spelling Checker for non-english language
« Last post by patrickkox on July 10, 2024, 11:21:28 AM »
unless I'm looking over it, it seems that SlickEdit only supports English for "Spellcheck" ?It would be nice to have some support for foreign languages (Dutch, German, ...), maybe something like what browsers like Firefox use, where the user can add a dictionary? This would probably most useful for spellchecking errors in comments and documentation.
SlickEdit® / Active tab in bold character
« Last post by deepv on July 10, 2024, 08:55:49 AM »
I am using version 26.0.1, and the current tab in use is not bold.
On another machine with version 24 it is bold.
Is there a option to change it?
In my current workspace I have some files with some fairly long paths. For my purposes, I care far more about the end of the Path string rather than the start. If I need to see the end of the Path string currently, I need to expand the Files tool window, which takes up too much of my screen real estate.

I'd find it very useful if there was an option to truncate the left side of the path so the end of the path is always shown:

SlickEdit® / Re: Workspace file restore issue
« Last post by Dennis on July 02, 2024, 04:38:32 PM »
To be clear.  I don't expect the files to be magically re-opened, just fail out cleaner instead of opening 5 tabs with stdio.h
SlickEdit® / Re: Workspace file restore issue
« Last post by Clark on July 01, 2024, 02:47:23 PM »
I'm not surprised this fails. The relative location of the source files changed. Commands to clear file history and close open files for files that don't exist would be handy.
I want to start a long-running docker container shell process in the Build Window when my project is opened, and have it exit when the project is closed.  There is a facility in project properties to put in Open commands, but nothing for Close commands.
SlickEdit® / Re: Workspace file restore issue
« Last post by Dennis on July 01, 2024, 12:51:26 PM »
Code: [Select]
    projectFiles >
       proj.vpj, proj.vpw
    SourceFiles >
        a.cpp, b.cpp, c.cpp, d.cpp

Open all four files and /usr/include/stdio.h.  Close the editor.  Rename "SourceFiles" to "SrcFiles".  Then reopen.
SlickEdit® / Re: Workspace file restore issue
« Last post by Clark on June 28, 2024, 10:51:45 PM »
I wasn't able to reproduce this.

As a test, I opened the "Sample Workspaces">cpp  workspace. Manually opened the cpp.cpp source file so it got put in the File History. Closed the workspace. Copied "ucpp" directory to "ucpp2". Then opened the new ucpp2/cpp.vpw sample workspace and the File History and Workspace Auto Restore both relocated the files and only one file was opened with Workspace Auto Restore. I'm not sure why this was wonky for you.
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