Only ask the user to check the SciLexer.h diff if the file actually changed.
Only warn if MULTILINE is passed *together* with REGEX, but simply ignore if it not.
This makes the code more generic and allows the "select-all" keybinding to work in any GtkTextView, e.g. potentially plugin's ones.
* Use Scintilla focus object instead of notebook document to fix splitwindow behaviour for cut, copy, paste and delete callbacks. * move else-if to same line (style)
Fixing this is however only theoretically useful, as: * no actual code paths can currently lead to it; * even if the code actually ended up reading the uninitialized value, it would still have a fully defined behavior as the result of the check is irrelevant in the only case the uninitialized read can happen. Anyway, fix this to avoid any possible bad surprises in the future.
This seems necessary to properly display version information in the Windows Explorer file properties dialog. I think it worked on older Windows versions without but at least on Windows 7 this seems necessary.
libtool apparently builds every object twice by default when shared and static objects need to be build differently. As we never use the statically linked objects, avoid building them at all.
When mac integration or binary relocation are disabled, the compiled object file contains no symbols because the guards in the source files hide all code. On OS X there's a warning during compilation saying: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/bin/ranlib: file: .libs/libgeany.a(libgeany_la-prefix.o) has no symbols If these features are disabled, don't compile the corresponding sources to avoid the warnings. Interestingly, waf compilation works without warnings - it appears linking is done through g++ which doesn't produce these warnings.
…e build tree On OS X signallist.i is always rebuilt because waf looks for it in the build tree but generates it inside the source tree for some reason so it's always missing in the build tree. Set the target explicitly to the build tree to fix the problem. Similarly, set the target for geany.html to the build tree. Thanks to this waf also creates the 'doc' directory in the build tree which is otherwise missing and the cwd command fails for this reason (e.g. when the _build_ directory is removed). These two task generators are the only ones that don't use the 'features' parameter - the features in the other task generators should already handle the source/build tree problems for us (see the Waf Book section 6.3.3. Nodes, tasks, and task generators).