:D YAY! Downloading now.
Heh, so it displays all the functions in a nice screen to the left? Nice.
I found a bug; when the current file on screen is a normal text file and the function list is open, opening a Lua file crashes NP++.
Hmm, it only happens sometimes though.
Yea I noticed that too. Unfortunately Function List is in Beta at the moment, so until Jens fixes a lot of the bugs, we're going to have to deal with the occasional crash. Hopefully the features are worth it. Save often! =D
How can i enable the function list?
at the top bar
btw, its never crashing here....
and one bug, it sees "text" as a string, but not 'text' might fix since i often use '' instead of "" :P
Can you give a snippet of code to show me where it doesn't work properly?
do i need this im only beginer?
do i need this i onnly a beginner
You don't need anything but a standard text editor, Notepad++ and syntax highlighters are just helpful.
You need only editor and garrysmod to code lua.
Edit: and wiki.garrysmod.com, of course.
While this is here, does anyone plan on redoing the lists with all of the new functions and such? I would but I don't know how I would get all of the stuff without going through the wiki/source code to get them all.
Oh wow, I just posted that suggestion a minute ago in another thread. I'll see if I can get around to it tomorrow.
I would like to see highlighting for the new functions as well.
I know I don't check this forum very often, but the google code page is linked to my email so you can create an issue letting me know the keywords are out of date and I'll update them.
Bump for release of version 1.3 which updates the keyword list and changes the comment style font to be more readable.
you once have made the Function List plugin compatible with this addon and I'm still thankfull for this.
The function-list addon currently is available in 2.0 Beta and I'd like to see it working with your addon again (The version you have compiled crashes from time to time, that's why I'm asking).
Now where I learned how to handle and compile C++, I were able modifying it (http://pastebin.com/f42f7b830 and http://pastebin.com/f45d6dc22) so it at least adds an entry to the Function List menu. But as soon as I click on "try it", it switches NPP to some random language instead of "Gmod 10 Lua".
Maybe you can take a look at it again (source is at http://sourceforge.net/projects/npp-plugins/files/). And if you upload it as a compiled version again, could you also include the source-code so we can see what has chnaged?)
I got 1.3 from google code and the highlighting is still ugly on other styles.
It isn't slow though.
aVoN, I'm looking into FunctionList.
CapsAdmin, are you referring to the themes? That hasn't been integrated into the Notepad++ release yet.
That's referring to the change from Comic Sans MS to Courier New for comments. The main difference will be that Courier New is fix-width which should make it more readable.
I haven't actually designed the theme font styles yet, just wrote the framework for them. If you want to make the themes for me you can. Just send me the GmodLua.xml file after you've gotten the styles how you want them for a certain theme. Otherwise, I'm just going to steal the styles from lua and java for each theme.
Ok aVoN, I got FunctionList working again.
dv__ has been working on FunctionList since Jens has been MIA since releasing v2.0 beta. dv__ has a issue thread here you can check out. https://sourceforge.net/tracker/inde...27&atid=931291
I took his latest release (FunctionList20091109) and replaced menuCmdID.h with the current one found in Notepad++ v5.6.6 source and it started working again. The issue was a few constants were changed and FunctionList couldn't find my plugin any more.
I compiled the dll/xml/etc but the install instructions aren't as simple as they used to be. Read the file install.txt for info.
Thank you, I will test this soon.
Did you change any more than this header and the already noticed enums I posted?
Just tested the plugin.
Works wonderful. Thank you very much!
I changed the header, added a Gmod syntax entry to the FunctionListRules.xml and added a Gmod 10 Lua.bmp. I did not change the enums you posted, since those weren't the correct way to do it. FunctionList should work with my plugin out of the box but didn't since the header was out of date.
I'm using windows 7 x64 and notepad++ is really slow when using this plugin... any insight Garthex?
On my laptop the syntax is slow, it's a Win7 x32. But on my desktop it's fine, it's a Vista x64.
I'm on win7 64 and it works just fine here.
Both my computers are win7 x64. On my desktop I didn't notice any lag, but my laptop is a bit laggy. This is from the vast amount of function calls it's checking against. Not a whole lot I can do for now. I have a few ideas on how to speed it up, but it'll require me to modify and submit a patch for notepad++ itself, like usual. For one, if it uses a tree structure instead of a linear list it can reduce the processing time to basically nothing.
In other news, automatic updates are now available!! Use the built-in plugin manager, and it should show up under the updates tab.
Also, anyone know why my garrysmod.org file got deleted without it telling me? Should I even bother putting it back up there?
I'll try to. I don't do any garry's mod stuff anymore, so just write up an issue on the google code page when it needs updating.
Yes, please re-upload the file to gmod.org, I'm sure a lot of people find it handy being able to access it there.
Dll files tend to get deleted a lot. Maybe you should have garry post it :D
Are you guys getting requests to auto-update GmodLua from within Notepad++? (it should happen within 3 days)