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gedit plugin for Vala https://wiki.gnome.org/Valencia
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Valencia -------- * Introduction Valencia is a gedit plugin that turns gedit into a lightweight IDE for Vala. Using Valencia, you can easily browse between symbols in a Vala program. You can build a Vala program inside gedit and can easily jump to lines with build errors. You can also get tooltips for methods and get autocompletion suggestions by invoking autocomplete in the appropriate context. * Installation & Licensing Please consult the INSTALL and COPYING files for more information. * Quick Start Build Valencia and enable it in gedit as described in the INSTALL file. If all Vala source files in your project are contained in a single directory and that directory has a Makefile, Valencia will work with no extra configuration. If your project has multiple directory levels, you'll need to ensure that the top directory contains either a file named configure.ac, a file named configure.in or a Makefile containing the line BUILD_ROOT = 1; this is how Valencia identifies the project root. To use Valencia, place the cursor on any symbol in a Vala file and press F12 to jump to its definition. Press Alt+Left to return to where the cursor was before you pressed F12. To build your project, choose Project->Build or type Shift+Ctrl+B. To jump to a line with a build error, simply double-click the error in the build output. To get a tooltip for a method, press Ctrl+Space anywhere inside of a method call. To invoke autocomplete on a symbol, press Ctrl+Space on any word. If you are inside a method call, and want to get autocomplete, press Ctrl+Space twice, once to get a tooltip, then again to get the autocomplete list. The symbol browser lists symbols only in your project. It looks within local namespaces to find all top-level symbols. To search for a symbol, choose Search->Find Symbol... or press Ctrl+Alt+S to go to the search entry, where you can type the name of the symbol to which you want to find. For more information, see the Valencia documentation at https://wiki.gnome.org/Valencia. * Contacting Yorba Yorba: http://www.yorba.org Valencia project page: https://wiki.gnome.org/Valencia We also encourage you to join the Valencia mailing list. See https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/valencia-list for details. Copyright 2016 Software Freedom Conservancy Inc.