I found two showstopper bugs in NicoEdit 2.0:
1. No syntax highlighting for Genie code.
2. No synax highlighting at all if a file is opened from the commandline.
That second one I discovered when right-clicked on a file in Rox and chose "Open in text editor".
I am sure that Nicolas will fix them, but as 4.3beta3 is immenent I have rolled back to Geany and NicoEdit 1.6 -- the latter is a simpler version of NicoEdit that is our Leafpad-replacement.
Comments:Posted on 11 Sep 2009, 21:21 by firstname.lastname@example.org
I have tried to create a "core" puppy only contain basic programs,for example:Terminal,text editor,Desktop tools,mount,network,Internet Tools,jwm....compulsory programs and so on,
I have created puppy by 3 more ways:edit pup_412.sfs files , unleased,woof. I was depressed is that I can not sure what PET packages are needed, and what PET packages are Optional, so I failed about 20 times,for I deleted the wrong PET packages. I only want to create a "core" systerm and put other unimportant programs into another sfs file.
so we can create puppy by anyones Basis of Interests and needs!
I request Professor Give me Details guidance,thanks for your Contribution to the puppy. It is a perfect small linux,we love it!
only because we come from different countries with different Languages, so some programs is not to be used Forever, and is will Waste some Spaces. I know it is a big work for me ,but I will insist on, so give the list which PET packages are needed!
thank you very much!
Posted on 11 Sep 2009, 22:21 by dogone
NicoEdit 2.0 testing
Suggest you include both Geany and NicoEdit 2 in beta 3 so the latter can be further tested. It's got to be done prior to final.
Posted on 11 Sep 2009, 23:56 by gulk
Why don't you try with the Barebones 4.21 first? It was built on unleashed and kept the vital minimum. You can find it in the forum at http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=43924
Posted on 12 Sep 2009, 8:09 by email@example.com
although it is not 4.12 ,but thank you very much!
Posted on 12 Sep 2009, 8:15 by WN2A
I really use Geany a lot. Great IDE and text editor. I see NicoEdit as a good Leafpad replacement. But installing Geany is no hardship. Just very handy as it is.- Thanks!
Posted on 12 Sep 2009, 8:25 by WN2A
...and an IDE too...
Yes, NicoEdit is an IDE too.....Pretty Neat!
Posted on 12 Sep 2009, 11:25 by ttuuxxx
Hi Guys, as Geany goes I had a look around at the repo and from series 2-4 the pet size went from 502kb -749kb, I'm just thinking maybe use Geany series 3 at 565kb its still a 200kb saving compressed and works basically the same. 200kb saving is a good amount.
Posted on 14 Sep 2009, 2:07 by Nicolas
Hi Barry and Other,
New version of NicoEdit (2.1)
This version correct the 2 bugs found by Barry !
Added: Syntax highlighting for Genie code.
Fix: Syntax highlighting when you open file through command line.
If you want the syntax highlighting for genie you must download "genie.lang" and place in your gtksourceview directory (usually /usr/share/gtksourceview-2.0/language-specs or found it), the file is located here: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=131082
Download NicoEdit here: http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?mode=attach&id=21736