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Today's Topics:

   1. [notepad-plus - Help] How to append a file to     another
      (SourceForge.net)
   2. [notepad-plus - Help] Not compatible with Windows XP SP3?
      (SourceForge.net)
   3. [notepad-plus - Help] RE: Not compatible with     Windows XP SP3?
      (SourceForge.net)
   4. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] What am I        doing wrong?
      Single line or Extra L (SourceForge.net)
   5. [notepad-plus - Help] RE: HTML Selected Tag       Highlighting
      (SourceForge.net)
   6. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] Feature  Request: add "select
      all"... (SourceForge.net)
   7. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max file     size only 2.0
      meg?! (SourceForge.net)
   8. [notepad-plus - Plugin Development] NppExec       scripts and
      macros (SourceForge.net)
   9. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max file     size only 2.0
      meg?! (SourceForge.net)
  10. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max file     size only 2.0
      meg?! (SourceForge.net)
  11. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max file     size only 2.0
      meg?! (SourceForge.net)
  12. [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max file     size only 2.0
      meg?! (SourceForge.net)


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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 13:38:37 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Help] How to append a
        file to another
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By: chb1960

Is there a function to insert a hole file into another file at the cursor's
position?

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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 13:54:28 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Help] Not compatible with
        Windows XP SP3?
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By: robdewidt

I've been using Notepad++ for the past year or so, and have been loving every
minute of it.  However, I just upgraded to Windows XP SP3 and now Notepad++
won't even open.  Is it not compatible with this O/S release?  Is it possible
to back out an O/S upgrade?

- Rob

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Message: 3
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 14:19:26 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Help] RE: Not compatible
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By: andydean

I've been using Notepad++ with XP SP3 since SP3 was at RC1 and have had no 
problems
with it.
It must be peculiar to your setup Rob.

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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 14:24:38 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] What am
        I       doing wrong? Single line or Extra L
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By: tony4x4

Hi there,

I am having the following 2 problems using Notepad++.

Sometimes when I edit a file online via FTP, when it saves the file it makes
everything on one line. So if I have a file that is 1000 lines, after I edited
it it puts all 1000 lines on one line.

The other problem I have is that when I edit a file it seems to add lines, so
if I edit a 500 line file when I look at it, it has added blank lines in 
between,
so a 500 line file becomes a 1000 line file.

Any help or guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks

Tony

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Message: 5
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 15:15:16 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Help] RE: HTML Selected
        Tag     Highlighting
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By: nicodorn

I'm facing exactly the same problem - right from the day this feature was 
introduced
in Notepad++.

@AT: What do you mean in suggesting "get function list working again"?

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Message: 6
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 15:27:57 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] Feature
        Request: add "select all"...
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By: jmcgin51

I LOVE this editor, but find it very annoying that there is no "Select All"
option in the right-click (context) menu when you're working on a document.
Instead, you have to select EDIT > SELECT ALL.

Would you consider this feature for a future release?

Thank you and keep up the excellent work!!!!

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Message: 7
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 16:22:16 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max
        file    size only 2.0 meg?!
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By: founditmadeit

You are trolling.

It's easier to TRY OPENING A FILE OVER 2 MEG AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS than post
multiple messages to a forum about an app which does not need to be installed
to test (can be run from an extracted zip file)

Back under your bridge.

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Message: 8
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 16:28:57 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Plugin Development]
        NppExec scripts and macros
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By: adebr

  Hi !

  It seems that since the 5.0, it is possible to link a Npp script to a macro,
and then to add this macro in the menu of Notepad++.
  
  Well, actually, my goal is to be able to do so : launch a NppExec script (that
is defined in the execute menu of NppExec) via the menu.
  Is it possible or am I dreaming ?

  Thanks !

-- Adebr

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Message: 9
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:19:37 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max
        file    size only 2.0 meg?!
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By: dmccunney

> Why would Wikipedia feel it necessary to list whether 
> text editors can handle large file sizes?  

Because it's a criteria to consider when choosing an editor.  I still have an
editor or two installed here that have the old MS-DOS *64K* file size limit.
(I collect editors, and always look at new ones and old ones to see what they
do.)

The error is in taking a Wikipedia entry as authoritative.  It isn't.  Wikipedia
is a good resource to consult, but not the only one you should look at.  As
mentioned, a simple test install would have demonstrated Wikipedia was wrong,
and averted some needless argument.
 
> I didn't start this thread so that it could degenerate 
> into a pissing contest. I started it because I read in 
> Wikipedia that Notepad++ doesn't support large file sizes. 
> I asked this question in a previous thread and the respondent 
> admitted that this feature wasn't implemented. I opened this 
> thread to read responses on how people who use Notepad++ get 
> around this limit if they need to design programs with large 
> amount of coding to do, that's all. Anything wrong with that? 

Nope.  But an initial post saying "Wikipedia claims a 2MB file size limit for
Notepad++.  Is this true?"  Would have returned a "No it isn't.  Wikipedia is
wrong." response, and short-circuited various arguments.

> I'm sure Notepad++ satisfies the majority of users who choose 
> to use it...I'm not yelling wolf to get them to stop. It's just 
> that I felt it was okay to start a thread on this "curiosity" 
> mentioned on Wikipedia about the Notepad++ limitation and see 
> how people get around it.

It's a bit like the Religious Wars (tm) that sometimes pop up in Unix forms
on whether vi or emacs is the One True Editor for *nix machines.  People treat
criticism of their editor as an implied criticism of *them* for using it, and
merry hell breaks out.

If you really need to edit files larger than NP++ is comfortable handing, by
all means, use a different editor.  I have NP++ installed here and use it 
happily,
but it isn't the only one I use, and it won't be.  I don't think a "one size
fits all" editor is possible.

I like NP++ for the tabbed interface, plugins, and the support for syntax
highlighting on most of the commonly used languages.  The big item on my 
wishlist
for NP++ is an actual scripting language, but I don't let the lack of one stop
me from using it.
______
Dennis

  

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Message: 10
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:22:38 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max
        file    size only 2.0 meg?!
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By: snemarch

> If you really need to edit files larger than NP++ is comfortable handing,
by all means,
> use a different editor. I have NP++ installed here and use it happily, but
it isn't the
> only one I use, and it won't be. I don't think a "one size fits all" editor
is possible.

Nice to see other people who have seen the light :)


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Message: 11
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 18:09:29 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max
        file    size only 2.0 meg?!
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By: dmccunney

I've seen the light for many years.  The first real text editor I used was a
TSO/SPF clone running on an IBM mainframe, and I logged time on DEC minis and
Unix boxes as well as PCs.  The first PC editor I learned was WordStar, back
in the days when you learned it because it might be the only editor available
on the machine you had to work on.  I kept fluent in it because many other 
editors
either used the WordStar command set or could be told to, and I didn't have
to retrain my fingers.  (I had WordStar keystrokes defined in emacs...)

Which editor you use depends upon what you need to do and what is available
for the platform you're working on.  Complaining an editor doesn't do X, when
it was arguably never *intended* to do X, is pointless.  Get an editor that
*is* designed to do X, and carry on.

(And speaking personally, if I have a module of source code so large that a
two MB file size limit would be a problem, I call it an issue with the 
architecture
of the application, and evidence that the code *really* needs to be refactored.)

Good luck to dorothyfan1 if he really needs to edit huge Excel files to write
VBA code.  I assume he's working on the XML format used by Excel 2007. I'm just
as happy not having to go anywhere near that task. :)
______
Dennis

  

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Message: 12
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 18:30:30 +0000
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Subject: [Notepad-plus-plus] [notepad-plus - Open Discussion] RE: Max
        file    size only 2.0 meg?!
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By: dorothyfan1

I just want to post a clarification. Wikipedia as of today as I type this 
message
never did and does NOT specify the file size limit to Notepad++. It doesn't
say the file size limit on ANY of the text editors. It simply lists the editors
that can handle large file sizes. The 2.0 meg limit size for Notepad++ is not
an argument I'm making up. There is a website that is specifically throwing
out this 2.0 file size limit for Notepad++ but my hesitation in posting a link
to the site prevents me from doing so here. I can tell you after I visited
Wikipedia's listing on the text editors I did a Google search with the search
phrase "Notepad++ file size limit" and got a series of links on the very first
page of the search results. One of the search results took me to a page that
mentioned the 2.0 file size limit.

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