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FunctionList 2.0 beta VC2005 bug-fix build
FunctionList src patch (2009-10-15)
+ ported to VC2005 (C++ STL compatibility improved)
+ file-name buffers sizes increased to 2*MAX_PATH (may be needed in "\\.\...")
+ one buffer overflow & several out-of-range index references defeated
Thanks for the attempted fix, but it's still crashing for me
Please provide detailed information about how to reproduce your crash. I.e. what do you do before the crash happens? Otherwise I have no chance to fix it. Please report here:
I had created a user-defined language, say "ABC". After language parsing rule is defined for that "ABC", even though I open a file change to language to "ABC", the title of function list window is still "Function List - No Rule Defined". What can I do?
please look at the 2nd message here:
thanks, nobody.. however, the link inside the 2nd message is broken.
Hello, thanks fot the plug in it will really help me way to much, but I dont know how to define rules for java files, and the rules definitions for c++, the ones in the file, doesnt work for me I just cant load the file into the rules manager.. any suggestions?
+ 2 small patches reported by cepoctb
+ .asm rules updated by ilme
+ .awk rules by dv__
+ .ahk rules by boskop
I found a solution:
1. Copy the DLL into the /Plugins folder.
2. Copy the FLB and the XML into the (Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Notepad++\plugins\config…) folder.
I think I found a solution to the User-Defined-Language problem. Get to the "Language Menu/Tab Settings" tab from the Settings->Preference menu. Unchecked the "Make language menu compact" option. Restart NP++ as it prompts. The FunctionList plugin should works for your "ABC" UDL. At least it works for me (NP++ v5.5.1). Cheers,
In regard to the posting made 19 Nov 2009 09:22 the folder to copy the FLB and XML files are C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Notepad++\plugins\config in Windows Vista and 7.
It looks like in NPP 5.6 it dosen't work anymore :(
sorry, I was using the 20091015 version, it looks like the 20091109 is working. 10x for your great work
Older versions of Function List (those compatible with NP++ 5.4.5 and before) would highlight the function that the cursor was in. The new NP++ 5.5-5.6 versions here do not. That's my favorite feature of Function List as I use it to see where I am in the document so I don't edit the wrong function.
Can not confirm the previous problem. Current function is highlighted in FunctionList.
I did some more digging into this. The reason nothing is highlighted is because the edit window is active and the Function List window is not. If I click the empty space in the Function List window, it will highlight the function that my cursor was last in. The exception is that if I scroll in the window before clicking the Function List empty space, then FL will highlight the function that the top line of the window is displaying. I hope that helps someone debug this.
Using NP 5.6.1 w/ 1109 FL on Windows 7 64-bit
I found the problem, and it's definitely not a bug. My LCD monitor wasn't properly calibrated, and the grey bar that would appear was washed into the white background. Is it possible to change the color of the non-selected highlight bar so I can make it something more obvious than the really light grey color?
I am using NPP 5.6.3 Unicode and I want to use the Function List plugin.
But whenever I start NotePad++ with the dll in the plugins folder it goes to 100% CPU and then after some time it crashes! I have seen in the messages on 2009-12-03 that someone else also have this problem with the dll from 20091015 and says that the one from 200911 is OK. But the trouble is that I cannot find anywhere to download this dll, all I can find are 20091015 or older versions.
Is there really no plugin dll that actually works anymore?????
boberglund, are you joking? There are NO older versions. There are just 20091015 and 20091109. The first one is 2009-10 (October) and the second one is 2009-11 (November). Or did you think that "15" in "20091015" is the number of month? ;-))
Can you then please publish a working download link to the 20091109 version?
I am typing this message on the page with this URL:
and on this page at the very top I see only mention of the "FunctionList 2.0 beta VC2005 bug-fix build" which has a submit date of 2009-10-15, so it clearly cannot be the 2009-11-09 one.
With older versions I mean those for non unicode NotePad++ of course.
I am now at home where I am running version 4.6 and here the FunctionList plugin works just fine. My problem is at work where I use 5.6.3 Unicode and that is the one that I cannot get working properly.
If I go from the NotePad++ site to plugins download I finally wind up at this URL:
Here I cannot see a later FunctionList than 2009-05-22, so that must be even older...
This plugin should really be available if one follows the links from the NotePad++ website, because there is where most people start out. But it gets you to the May 2009 version. :-(