..hmm, no replies. I guess its something peculiar to my install then. Anyway, no need for an IDE at the moment so Geany is removed. Still curious as to how opening Geany would kill Docky though..
on 04/11/2013 – Made popular on 04/11/2013
I want to install multiterm plugin in geany, as this is best we can get integrated with multiple open tabs in mind. But it can't. It depends on geany-abi-69, which is virtual packaged and should be shipped with geany package. I didn't find this problem anywhere on debian forums, so i supose it's crunchbang related.
Hi all,I'm trying to download and install darker Geany colour themes but I can't seem to make it work. (The Geany info is a little opaque to me) and I'm wondering if anyone using the default Geany of #! has changed their colour themes.How did you do it?
You need to use sudo to edit files which aren't owned by you, the user. To edit in a terminal you could use nano:sudo nano /path/to/fileOr run thunar as root and open the file, with geany;or run geany as root and edit the file:gksudo geany /path/to/file(gksudo is a recommended way of running gui applications with sudo privileges, but it will also run with sudo)
Thank you for including Geany with #!I had to ditch gnat-gps because while editing my code the cpu would sometime jump to 100% and the IDE would not respond anymore. My coworker suggested his heavy IDE (kdevelop) that I've installed but meh I don't like it.Geany is light, it's included in #! and is more than enough for my needs.