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On Tue, 26 Feb 2002 08:44, Bob wrote:
> Andrew Hunt <andy / toolshed.com> wrote in message
> news:<200202251419.g1PEJC410127 / toolshed.com>...
>
> > Alexander writes:
> > 	>Superb.  But do the installations really need to include an editor?
> >
> > Since it provides Ruby-specific font highlighting and the ability to run
> > Ruby code from within, probably yes.  I'd hate for the uninitiated to
> > have to use notepad :-)
> >
> > /\ndy
>
> Considering SciTE is only 840+K or so...definately worth it.
>
> Question...I downloaded the the latest SciTE (1.44) and told the
> installer that I wanted to use it as the editor. Used to be F5 ran the
> script...now it doesn't do a thing. Would this be SciTE or something
> the installer did?

I believe SciTE. Whenever you install scite it will install default property 
files for global and language specific rules. Take a look and see what the 
differences are with the packaged global and ruby property files compared 
with the new version. Perhaps it will be as easy as copying them over to the 
new version of scite and it should all humm along, I've done this in the past 
with scite. :)

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Signed,
Holden Glova
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