Notepad++ 6.4.1 (with a crash fix) released

Don HO
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  • Lee Wilmott

    Lee Wilmott - 2013-07-02

    Oh OK, thank you.

    ...and thank you for providing a fix so quickly.

    Presumably this update will be included in the next release of Notepad++...Is this correct?

    Thank you once again.


    • Predelnik

      Predelnik - 2013-07-02

      Yeah it definitely will be there, actually I already update it on plugin's manager site, but it takes a while for it to be made public, so probably even next N++ version will come sooner)

  • 7GOLEM7

    7GOLEM7 - 2013-07-02

    Sometime weird drive. ))
    And missing the first letter.
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  • hopalonghop

    hopalonghop - 2013-07-02

    When the search window is closed, after the last F3 "Find next" (when "can't find" would appear in the search window), the window title and the systray entry blinks (selects/deselects) two or three times.
    When the search (Find) window is open, this happens only with the title (bar) of this window - it's less disturbing, because the window is smaller.
    Would it be possible to eliminate this eye disturbing effect ?
    Using XP SP3.

  • Yaron

    Yaron - 2013-07-03

    In RTL languages the 'Close' button in the Find Dialog is not in the right position.

    Last edit: Yaron 2013-07-03
  • 7GOLEM7

    7GOLEM7 - 2013-07-03

    And sometime! O_o
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    • Don HO

      Don HO - 2013-07-05

      It'll be fixed in the next release.


  • f p

    f p - 2013-07-03

    I work in python in a system that comunicates with users using web pages.

    In multiline strings, matching {}, () and [] has helped a lot. Is it possible to configure a language for these strings different from the language of the pgm?

    I would use html/js.

    I am using Ubuntu/wine and it works fine. (Non-intentional ryme.)

  • cchris

    cchris - 2013-07-03

    About the FunctionList parsers:

    1/ The displayMode attribute doesn't seem to be used anywhere. Is this reserved for future use, or just dead wood?

    2/ Some languages support nested functions, like Pascal. I pretended C++ did and added a neste function to a C++ file, expecting the FunctionList panel to report it. It did, and N++ crashed in a fiery Runtime abnormal termination a split second later. While C++ doesn't have nested functions, I'd rgard this as a bug.

    I guess Java's nestd classes could cause some trouble as well.


  • Predelnik

    Predelnik - 2013-07-04

    Very small issue about function list I guess but still - if I change current language from languages menu - list isn't being regenerated, so I have to switch to some other tab and back for it to be regenerated.
    It also would be great if it would regenerate during editing or on file save.
    Also I believe C syntax is more or less is a part of C++ syntax so the same or a bit simplified parser could be used for C files.

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