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SlickEdit® / SE v25.0.1.0 64-bit, shows no updates but hotfix_se2501_2... is available
« Last post by JimmieC on February 24, 2021, 03:00:59 pm »
Running SE in Ubuntu 20.04 (in Virtualbox). Check for updates shows no updates available. However, I found available on web site.

The network access on my Ubuntu VM seems to be OK. I have the VPN disabled, can ping, and I can browse with Firefox. Also, I do not get a network error from SE when checking for updates.

This issue is really no big deal to me. I just thought you might like to know.
SlickEdit® / small bug with column indicator in utf-8 coded files
« Last post by vladie on February 24, 2021, 12:01:02 pm »

column indicator must show cursor position in characters, but instead it's shows it in bytes.
for example, for the end of string "привет" slickedit will show column value 12 (but it must be 6).
SlickEdit® / Re: Linux tool windows cannot be moved off screen
« Last post by Graeme on February 24, 2021, 05:38:21 am »
Third, I think I explained it in my first post.  I need to sometimes move a window off-screen so that I can see something else, but I don't want to minimize it because then I can't find it again.  Moving it off-screen and back on again is quick and easy.  If there was a button I could press that would let me quickly hide/restore a tool window, I could probably work with that.

ok, that's why I asked.  There's some commands for hiding and showing tool windows.

Slick V23 introduced save_named_layout and load_named_layout commands.  These allow you to save and restore all your tool-windows and toolbars with a particular layout  - you get prompted for a name for each layout.  So if you call save_named_layout from the command line and save a layout as "t1" you can create a command to load that layout like this  - and bind a key to it.

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_command void  t1() name_info(',')

There are also built in macros to activate and toggle tool-window visibility  e.g.
activate_clipboards and toggle_clipboards
There's no "hide_clipboards" command but you can make one like this

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_command void hide_clipboards() name_info(',')

Have a look at the attached xxutils.e file  show_xmenu1 command to see how to create a popup menu of your own.

There are also commands to save restore the set of open files
save_named_files, load_named_files

and save restore a session
save_named_state, load_named_state

There's a github repo here that has my xretrace macros including xxutils

The github repo is mostly jporkkahtc macros  - see the toolWindows folder for a macro that can toggle or float a tool-window.

SlickEdit® / SlickEdit Pro 2020 crash
« Last post by ycyang on February 24, 2021, 02:09:00 am »
   I read one vhdl file and it casued slickedit crashed. Attaching file contain my testcase and it quite simply.
OS : centos 7
vs version : v25.0.1.0

"svn log <filename>" displays a list of 11 previous check-ins and associated check-in comments.
Sorry, I was working on a git fix when I answered originally.  It turns out it's the same command.  What happens when you run "svn log <sameFilename>"?
git log...?
My issue is with SVN, does "git log" apply here?

What happens if you go to a console window in the same directory and type "git log <sameFilename>" ?
I will look into this.
Oddly, I just tried this couple more times but SE did not hang and require a Forced Close.

However, nothing else happens either. No SVN dialog or results of any kind are displayed. However, I can close SE. Strange?
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