I installed Komodo IDE 8.5.0 beta 1 assuming that it would install side by side with my current stable release. It didn't. It has replaced my 8.0.2 installation and, to make it worse, the beta won't even start--I get this dialogue:
I've started messing around with Komodo 8 using the publishing feature to sync with an external ftp server. When I access the files directly on the remote server it's sluggish but nothing extreme. When I try to sync through the publish tool, it takes minutes just to analyze just a couple dozen files. And after the list of files to transfer is complete, I click sync and it takes a few minutes after it says connection opened before it starts the first download. After that it spends at least 3 seconds on each file. The whole sync process can take 10 minutes or more.
I just thought that I would write a review based on my free trial period.
I totally fell in love with this software from day 1. There is nothing as beautiful and elegant as the software written and before me today for review. And I would purchase this software in a heartbeat.. if I didn't have one specific bug that is more annoying then the sound of a dentist drill.
If I'm working on some code which is pretty deeply indented, so far such that I'm scrolled a ways over to the right, when I hit return to move to a new line, I get automatically scrolled to the hard left of the screen.
This is extremely frustrating as I have to scroll back over to where my code is on each new line.
Is this by design, and if so how do I turn off this behaviour?
[Komodo IDE, version 8.0.2, build 78971, platform win32-x86.]
While in debugging session, I had repeated request to start debugging sessions due to ajax call on the page I was debugging. I had to type in "Do not ask again" and then "NO" to quit debugging sessions.
Now I would like to know how to re-activate debugger, I am not able to restart debugging sessions. Even quitting and restarting the IDE has not made me manage to re-activate debugger.
Any help would be appreciated.
I am building a java ee web application, which contains a call to download a file. I want this file to be downloaded into stackato filesystem.
I went through the documentation on Stackato Filesystem, and created the yml file, where I defined the Filesystem service.
Now, when I try to create a directory inside the filesystem, I am getting an error in the client which says :
"Failed to stage Application: staging plugin exited with non-zero exit code"
From the application logs, I could see that there is some problem in the line:
The first stable release of Subversion 1.8 is out and the working copy format has changed (as well as, apparently, the format of `svn status` output). Shall we assume that Komodo IDE doesn't support it yet? Has anyone tried it?
When I view the source code of a certain website www.duckpond.co.za (By right clicking on the index page and selecting 'View page source' I can see what looks like normal code.
However when I open the index page in Komodo, I cannot see the same code. Example follows:
View komodo code:
//~ // check if magic_quotes_gpc is disabled, and add slashes as needed
if ((!function_exists('get_magic_quotes_gpc')) || (!get_magic_quotes_gpc()))
// replace all GET values
I have some questions regarding the Navigation functionality:
1. Is there a way to control files or actions that are ignored by the history?
2. Is there a way to "clear" the history?
I'm using Komodo Edit 8 to edit basic PHP and HTML files on my local machine. It is not connecting to any remote directories and no settings/plugins have been changed since install. Everything works fine until a short while (it varies) into using it I experience the following: