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#1 PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: pspad | Date: 02/27/2011 22:52 | IP: IP Logged

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Changes to 4.5.5 (2412)

News
Highlighter settings - you can set color for file tab
Current File tab is highlighted
HTML and CSS highlighter - # is included in select word
COBOL Code explorer - added COPY section
REX Code explorer - added support as ftREX in user highlighter

Fixes:
C++ Code explorer
Autocomplete - behavior fixes
COBOL code explorer - fixes
COBOL - add/remove comments is driven by AreaA settings
Project - fixed file type filter in File dialog when project file doesn't exist

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#2 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: GregDude | Date: 02/28/2011 01:33 | IP: IP Logged

Still getting "Confirmation" "File contents were changed. Reload?" with this version. File is on network drive. Message occurs once after save, usually after alt-tab away and back.

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#3 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: hankejh | Date: 02/28/2011 03:46 | IP: IP Logged

Love the colored current tab -- thanks Jan! grinning smiley

Is it possible to associate a color with file type or set a color for a tab?

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Damion Hankejh | ingk.com
image

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/28/2011 03:46 by hankejh.

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#4 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: pspad | Date: 02/28/2011 08:07 | IP: IP Logged

No. It means change the philisophy of highlighters in PSPad - keep a list of file types and make some settings over this list, assign highlighter to file type instead of list of highlighters.

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#5 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: human | Date: 02/28/2011 09:02 | IP: IP Logged

@GregDude: There isn't anything about that problem in Changelog, therefore it is not that useful when you wrote "Hey it isn't changed". BTW: I'd like to see that problem fixed, too, but I think we have to wait until Jan has a clue what's causes this problem. Do you know EXACTLY in which version this problem occurred the first time?

human

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#6 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: tyzio | Date: 02/28/2011 10:35 | IP: IP Logged

Thanks for new version. It's awesomesmiling smiley
I'm using PSPath for TCL/TK and I'd like to make it as much TCL friendly as possible.
I start to use the newest beta version of TCL/TK with PSPad and I missed some keywords.
Could you add them to the distribution? Here you have the list:
try apply dict chan lassign unload zlib throw lreverse next my superclass self

Next things:
1. TCL codeBrowser and Variables section. In my opinion is useless and slow down processing of the file. In TCL you can set/unset many variables and seeing them in codeBrowser dosn't speed up coding. I'm voting to remove variable section, if it's possible

2. codeBrowser fo objects. I see the methods are processing but class not. Bellow you can find example. Please note that you can use oo::class or class directly:
oo::class create fruit {
method eat {} {
puts "yummy!"
}
}
oo::class create banana {
superclass fruit
constructor {} {
my variable peeled
set peeled 0
}
method peel {} {
my variable peeled
set peeled 1
puts "skin now off"
}
method edible? {} {
my variable peeled
return $peeled
}
method eat {} {
if {![my edible?]} {
my peel
}
next
}
}

3. Variable highlighter problem: when minus(-) is before variable char $, the variable is not highlighed. Please examinate follow example:
set a -$t ;# $t is not highlighted
set a +$t ;# everything is OK

Thanks in advance

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#7 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: human | Date: 02/28/2011 11:20 | IP: IP Logged

Thank you for this build and your will to get the COBOL stuff fixed! COBOL - add/remove comments works fine now, COBOL statements with a dot doesn't occur as a paragraph in code explorer any more (finally that old bug was solved - good work), COBOL - COPY section in code explorer needs to be tweaked but works in simple cases.

1 Code explorer in general: If possible line brakes/tabs/multiple spaces should be converted into one space. Sample for C "void myempty (char mychar , char mycahr2 ) {}", sample for VB-Script "sub myempty ()".

2 Is it currently possible to open the files that are referenced in include (C/C++)/ COPY (COBOL) statements or would this be a feature request?

3 Where can one find the code clips templates? Can you copy the syntax words into that templates (for upcoming versions) or have all keywords of current highlighter in AC list?

4 Auto-Completion popup:
4.1 Use of CTRL/ALT leaves AC popup (francheu's request) - fine
4.2 Use of F1-F24 should leave AC popup, too.
4.3 AC popup shouldn't occur if PSPad has lost the focus or any menu item/function key (like CTRL/ALT, F1-F24) or scrolling (via mouse wheel or cursor keys or page-up/-down keys) was used.

5 COBOL - COPY section in code explorer:
5.1 It works in simple cases.
5.2 The COPY statement can start everywhere between column 7 and 72 and consist of several lines, it ends with a dot. I've added a sample for that with the comment "With stupid placements".
5.3 I think one should either a) put the name together with all clauses into the code-explorer COPY section (everything after the COPY word until [not including] the dot) or b) put only the name there. I tend to a), if this is possible.

6 Other COBOL stuff:
6.1 Sometimes a line is highlighted as a comment on scrolling. This occurs when you set the cursor at column 8 after the "*" of a line commented and scroll the text with cursor-up/-down.
6.2 Sample for syntax highlighting and Code-Explorer stuff:* ----------------------------------------------------------------
* Program PSPSAM showing some stuff for testing COBOL lexers
* (especially old errors in PSPad COBOL syntax)
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
IDENFTIFICATION DIVISION.
PROGRAM-ID. 'PSPSAM'.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
ENVIRONMENT DIVISION.
CONFIGURATION SECTION.
SPECIAL-NAMES.
SYSERR IS MY-ERR
DECIMAL-POINT IS COMMA.
INPUT-OUTPUT SECTION.
FILE-CONTROL.
SELECT MY-FILE ASSIGN TO MY-FILE-NAME
ORGANIZATION IS LINE SEQUENTIAL
FILE STATUS IS MY-FILE-STATUS.
SELECT MY-INPFILE ASSIGN TO "INPUT.DAT"
ORGANIZATION IS SEQUENTIAL
FILE STATUS IS MY-FILE-STATUS.
I-O-CONTROL.
DATA DIVISION.
FILE SECTION.
FD MY-FILE.
01 MY-FILE-REC.
02 MY-REC.
03 MY-BIG1 PIC X(32000).
03 MY-BIG2 PIC X(32000).
FD MY-INPFILE.
01 MY-INPFILE-REC.
02 MY-INPREC PIC X(320).
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.
78 MY-FILE-NAME VALUE 'TEST.DAT'.
77 MY-FILE-STATUS PIC X(02).
01 PARM-1.
05 PARM-1-1 PIC X(12).
05 PARM-1-2 PIC X(10).
01 PARM-2 PIC X(80).
77 mycount pic 9(02) value 0.
COPY WSCPY.
77 BVAR PIC X(650000) BASED.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
LOCAL-STORAGE SECTION.
*> This var is marked:
01 local-var pic 9 value zero.
88 local-var-unchanged value zero.
*> This var is NOT marked (because of two spaces):
*> Either all these vars should be marked or none
01 loc2 PIC X(12) VALUE SPACES.
77 loc3 pic 9(05) usage comp-3 value 12.
COPY LOCPY.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
LINKAGE SECTION.
01 some-rec.
02 some-rec-1 pic 9(04).
02 some-rec-2 pic x(4096).
COPY LICPY.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
PROCEDURE DIVISION USING some-rec.
*> Declaratives are very special. If they occur, they start with
*> the "declaratives" keyword and end with "end declaratives" (the
*> number of spaces between these two words doesn't matter).
*> They can contain multiple sections/paragraphs.
*> In 2415 they're not recognized correct as an own area (inside
*> working storage) but as empty paragraph.
DECLARATIVES.
* Error section for MY-FILE:
DEC-MY SECTION.
USE AFTER STANDARD ERROR PROCEDURE ON MY-FILE.
DM-BEG.
display 'ERROR IN MYFILE: "' MY-FILE-STATUS '"'
end-display
accept loc2
end-accept
*> returning missing in keywords
*> (note: this is an extension and doesn't have to be included)
exit program returning 1
DM-END.
EXIT SECTION.
* Error section for all files opened with INPUT:
DEC-MYIN SECTION.
USE AFTER STANDARD ERROR PROCEDURE ON INPUT.
DMI-BEG.
display 'ERROR IN MYINPFILE: "' MY-FILE-STATUS '"'
end-display
accept loc2
end-accept
exit program returning 1
DMI-END.
EXIT SECTION.
*
end declaratives.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
MAIN SECTION.
PARA-1.
OPEN INPUT MYINPFILE
READ MYINP-REC END-READ
OPEN OUTPUT MYFILE
perform 2 times
write MYFILE from myinp-rec
end-write
end-perform
*> perform and end-perform aren't shown as belonging together
*> but this is tricky as there could be so-called
*> "out-of-line perform" (even within an inline perform) like
perform varying mycount from 2 by 3
until mycount > 9
perform some *> out-of-line perform of section
perform para-2 *> out-of-line perform of paragraph
*> here comes an out-of-line perform with additional clauses
*> and line brakes (COBOL ignores these as it ignores
*> the position within the correct coding area)
perform
para-2
varying mycount from 2 by 3
until mycount > 9
end-perform
*> Not sure if perform/end-perform thing can be fixed
CLOSE MYFILE
CLOSE MYINPFILE
ALLOCATE BVAR
MOVE ALL 'A' TO BVAR
CALL 'SUBMOD' USING PARM-1
BVAR
PARM-2.
FREE ADDRESS OF BVAR
go to para-3
continue.
PARA-2.
continue.
PARA-3.
EXIT PROGRAM.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
SOME SECTION.
move PARM-1 to PARM-2
EXIT SECTION.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
SOME2 SECTION.
move PARM-2 to PARM-1
continue.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
SOME3 SECTION.
if 1 = 1
CANCEL 'SUBMOD'
*> Only if/end-if are shown as belonging together
*> (both are highlighted if the cursor is in one of them).
*> Can the "else" be highlighted there, too?
else
continue
end-if
*
evaluate true
*> Only evaluate/end-evaluate are shown as belonging together
*> (both are highlighted if the cursor is in one of them).
*> Can all "when" be highlighted there, too?
when 1 = 1
continue
when 0 = 0
continue
end-evaluate
*
exit SECTION.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
*> Copy samples, shown in COPY section of Code-Explorer:
*> A function to open them would be nice.
*> They can have different ways of naming:
*> Without anything (most compilers will look for PDCPY.CBL,
*> then PDCPY.CPY, then PDCPY in this case)
COPY PDCPY.
*> As literal with/without full name
COPY "PDCPY2.CPY".
COPY "C:\COBOL\CPY\PDCPY2.CPY".
*> With IN clause:
COPY "PDCPY3.CPY" IN "C:\COBOL\CPY".
*> With a lot of clauses:
COPY PDCPY4
IN CPYBIB
SUPPRESS PRINTING
REPLACING ==SOMETEXT== BY ==SOME OTHER TEXT==
LEADING ==AA-== BY ==PSPSAM==.
*> With stupid placements (Bug in 2415: not shown in Code-Explorer)
COPY
SOME
.
* ----------------------------------------------------------------
* -- End of program PSPSAM ---------------------------------------

Every "COBOL-only" comment starts with "* ", every comment that says something about PSPAD starts with "*>". The things that are fixed in 2415 are removed. (Click the Quote link for this post to get the right indentation).

human

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#8 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: carbonize | Date: 02/28/2011 13:56 | IP: IP Logged

Seems to be an untranslated string in the Highlighters Settings. It says Barva záložky.

I've also noticed that when you double click the character part of the status bar to open the characters window it opens on the Symbol tab and not the ASCII one.

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Carbonize

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#9 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: carbonize | Date: 02/28/2011 14:03 | IP: IP Logged

Also I seem to have found a bug. If I open Highlighters Settings and then click on one of the items in the type list (ie string, function, number, reserved word) and then go and click on a different language (PHP, Perl etc) I get an access violation. I would email the log but then I get told "index is out ot range". I have emailed a copy to you. It does not happen every single time though.

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Carbonize

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#10 Re: PSPad unicode 4.5.5 (2415) English

Posted by: Manfred62 | Date: 02/28/2011 17:35 | IP: IP Logged

Also love the coloured tabs...

But it is not possible to set a colour for x/html multihighlighter?
Only pure x/html is possible.

Manfred

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PSPad 4.5.8 (2485)

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