On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 9:02 AM, Guillaume Lelarge
> On Mon, 2011-11-07 at 09:26 -0600, Ken Haley wrote:
>> I think there is a point: (a) the block folding option (as I think it's
>> called elsewhere) is buggy -- it doesn't seem to handle nested if's
>> correctly, sometimes mis-matches parentheses, etc. (b) Several times, I've
>> accidentally collapsed a block trying to highlight an entire line (using
>> the far left margin). It's annoying to have to open the block back up and
>> find the line again. This needs to be an optional feature, I think.
> Well, if it's buggy, it should be fixed. There's probably not much we
> can do here as it is part of wxWidgets but at least, we can move the
> information upstream. So, if you have any *detailed* information of that
> kind, please, give it.
> I agree on the second part.
> I have nothing against adding an option on that feature. That would be
> fairly easy to do. Dave, do you feel strongly against adding the option?
> or is it simply not worth your time? (which would be quite
If there are demonstrable issues with wxSTC that can cause annoyance
and loss of productivity that we can't easily get fixed, then I don't
object to having an option to switch it off.
I'm not sure how one could accidentally toggle a block regularly
though; it's not something I recall ever doing - and to do it often
enough *and* reproduce a bug that to my knowledge hasn't been reported
before seems like it would be hard to cause more than trivial
annoyance; unless there's something specific to Ken's environment at
play here as well.
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