Geany package from SBo to Porteus 1.2

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Geany package from SBo to Porteus 1.2

Post#1 by miguipda » 06 Jul 2012, 20:46

Hi,

I just tried to make my first package for Geany.
I used the Package Manager and used the SBo source. I convert it then as it has been set in the porteus/modules I just changed the chmod to 755 before activate it.

And ... it works perfectly.

Then please have pleasure with this realy great multi languages development editor.

Have a nice night.

Miguipda ;=)

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Re: Geany package from SBo to Porteus 1.2

Post#2 by Ahau » 06 Jul 2012, 23:12

Topic moved to general chat as "i486 xzm modules" section is for posting links to modules.

@Miguipda, glad this one worked for you out of the box! I started using geany as my primary text editor after I discovered a minor conflict between medit and Xfce -- I have been loving it ever since! Light and fast, with code highlighting and lots of features.

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Re: Geany package from SBo to Porteus 1.2

Post#3 by brokenman » 06 Jul 2012, 23:29

Good to see the PPM succeeding with SBo sources. I'll do the same and stick geany on the repo. I'm using kwrite for scripts but i hate how it leaves ~backup files because i always end up with them in my modules and forget to remove them.
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