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Shenlong
19 Jan 2002, 02:17
I'd like to request functions.php be split into:

functions.php
functions2.php

because the code seems to be too log and my editors end up putting unnesicary code in to shorten it, I don't know but its happened with me for the following editors:

NotePad (cant even edit on this, file too long)
WordPad (totally screwy)
Microsoft Word (Adds unnesicary spaces)
PHPEd (same as above)
UltraEdit Freeware (same as above)

Maybe that can be an optional addon? anyway thanx for the recognition :noid:

Rose
19 Jan 2002, 02:23
Have you tried EditPlus? It's pretty good with it all. :)

Scott MacVicar
19 Jan 2002, 03:01
i have it running fine on PHPEd thats what i do all my coding on, and 2.2.2 is only a bug fix release, so i doubt many people with hacks will upgrade to it.

I know i'll probably just look at the changes between 2.2.1 and 2.2.2 and apply the changes.

nuno
19 Jan 2002, 03:54
get CuteHTML :pleased:

Chen
19 Jan 2002, 05:35
Originally posted by nuno
get CuteHTML :pleased:
Amen... it's the best out of all the fancy editors out there. ;)

JamesUS
19 Jan 2002, 09:08
EditPlus is what I use :)

functions.php splitting is too major to include in vB 2.2.2, but something will be done about it's huge size in v3. I'm not yet at liberty to say what though :)

Scott MacVicar
19 Jan 2002, 16:12
Originally posted by JamesUS
I'm not yet at liberty to say what though :)

yeah thats it, get us intrested in v3 again and then you stop ;)

I wanna see a test board, or the source :p

Mark Hensler
19 Jan 2002, 17:29
From my experience, you would break the functions into groups and put them into different library files. This can speed up processing time as most pages will not require all library files. (similar to C header files, or Visual Basic modules)

Lesane
19 Jan 2002, 17:31
Get Homesite 4.5 :up:

XiXora
19 Jan 2002, 17:57
or homesite 5.0 ;)

tbloom2002
19 Jan 2002, 18:38
EditPlus rocks me :)
I've never had any problems with long files, hehe.

FWC
20 Jan 2002, 01:18
Originally posted by tbloom2002
EditPlus rocks me :)
I've never had any problems with long files, hehe. I've loaded gigantic files into EditPlus with no problem, too. :)

Freddie Bingham
20 Jan 2002, 03:27
functions.php is being split up into more defined functions files in v3. It will not change for v2.2.2

nuno
20 Jan 2002, 04:04
freddie 2.2.3 :surprised

Freddie Bingham
20 Jan 2002, 05:59
Or 2.2.2, sorry I did not work on it...

All my time goes to v3

G-Cifix
20 Jan 2002, 20:35
get homesite 5.0 m8

Sparkz
20 Jan 2002, 20:50
The only editor you'll ever need is vim...

JamesUS
21 Jan 2002, 06:11
I once accidentally loaded my 60mb+ database backup into editplus. It ran fine :)

FWC
21 Jan 2002, 06:31
Originally posted by JamesUS
I once accidentally loaded my 60mb+ database backup into editplus. It ran fine :) LOL, I loaded a 25mb raw access log file once. My computer got slow, but it worked. :)

Sparkz
21 Jan 2002, 07:53
I can't really see a problem findig an editor that can take 75kB files...
It's not what I would consider a really big file, or anything...

Xelation
22 Jan 2002, 20:35
Go with cute html.

Mark Hensler
23 Jan 2002, 00:17
In EditPad Pro, I've currently got 3 files open:
54MB db_dump (.tar.gz file)
20MB db_dump (.tar.gz file)
15MB db_dump (.sql file)

Running beautifully. Search still fast.

Mark Hensler
23 Jan 2002, 00:23
HAHHAHA!!

I tried to open a Slackware 7.1 ISO (664MB) in EditPad...
WinXP crunched away at it for quite a while...
Then I got a memory error. (view attached)

nghiasi
26 Sep 2002, 04:43
WordPad always rock!

Goldknight
26 Sep 2002, 06:13
Originally posted by Shenlong
I'd like to request functions.php be split into:

functions.php
functions2.php

because the code seems to be too log and my editors end up putting unnesicary code in to shorten it, I don't know but its happened with me for the following editors:

NotePad (cant even edit on this, file too long)
WordPad (totally screwy)
Microsoft Word (Adds unnesicary spaces)
PHPEd (same as above)
UltraEdit Freeware (same as above)

Maybe that can be an optional addon? anyway thanx for the recognition :noid:
Ultraedit? interesting...I can use it to edit any size of file, biggest one I ever try is 550 mb and search function is not even slow down... Ultraedit and Homesite are one of the best..