I have a problem with autocomplete popup. It's allways appears not under the "caret".
Pls, see the picture and pls help
Since I'm with komodo ide 8.5.2, code intelligence is very slow.
For instance, if I type in php "ech", it takes 5 seconds to show "echo" as a choice.
And if I "ctrl-mouseover" on function, it takes a long time to show the definition.
Is there something I can do ?
What is the current practice for calling Java code from ActivePerl in specific, and Perl in general?
I've have found examples using Java (good, but old) and Inline::Java (not really appropriate for calling third-party code).
I have a Python 3 project using a virtualenv with the current nightly build of Komodo Edit (build 14209), and in the error log it shows that Komodo was trying to use the system copy of pylint (which was at 0.28).
In the application settings under syntax checking, the setting for Pyflakes indicates that it would use a system copy if it were installed, but the setting for Pylint doesn't.
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I have a problem: when I switch from tab to tab, komodo lose my scroll cursor position. This is very frustrating, I lose productivity because I'm constantly scrolling to find where is the code I was editing before switching from the page earlier...
I'm new to Komodo, I've used NotePad++ for years. A couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine gave me a link to your site to download Komodo 8.5.2.
I have installed v5.18 under the following installation directory C:\Perl
I am trying to statically link files with perl518.lib
I was looking for perl518.lib C:\Perl\lib\CORE under directory and not finding it. Please help.
As per title - this is not a major problem but just FYI. I am running Windows 7 x64.
After Komodo Edit auto-updated to 8.5.3 recently, I noticed that under 'Control Panel > Programs and Features' KE is still listed as 8.0.2 installed in June 2013. This is my original clean install.
Obviously the updater is not notifying Windows of new versions and install dates.
Does Komodo IDE support Git branches and tags? I don't see them under the SCC menu, nor can I find them in help.
Can I access a Git command line or otherwise issue "non-GUI" commands from the IDE?
i am new to Node world, and when trying to make the hello world program, i got a problem, and it is simply the Space character!
When Komodo (edit) tries to execute the script using the command, then it fails and dont know what is Files (Program files).
so the tip is to install Node in c:/Nodejs so there will be no white space!