Monticello Load Scripts are not styled

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Monticello Load Scripts are not styled

Christoph Thiede

Hi,


if you edit a load script in Monticello, a StringHolder will open. Unfortunately, StringHolders don't support styling.

A similar problem exists for the do-it list of the docking bar.


What would be the best approach to fix this? Introduce a subclass of StringHolder for this purpose? Add an instvar to StringHolder (which would be weird, because no subclass would use it)?


Best,

Christoph



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Re: Monticello Load Scripts are not styled

Jakob Reschke-2
A subclass such as CodeHolder maybe? :-)

Thiede, Christoph <[hidden email]> schrieb am Fr., 10. Jan. 2020, 20:26:

Hi,


if you edit a load script in Monticello, a StringHolder will open. Unfortunately, StringHolders don't support styling.

A similar problem exists for the do-it list of the docking bar.


What would be the best approach to fix this? Introduce a subclass of StringHolder for this purpose? Add an instvar to StringHolder (which would be weird, because no subclass would use it)?


Best,

Christoph




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Re: Monticello Load Scripts are not styled

Christoph Thiede

CodeHolder has an instance variable for a compiled method, that feels suboptimal :(


Best,

Christoph


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A subclass such as CodeHolder maybe? :-)

Thiede, Christoph <[hidden email]> schrieb am Fr., 10. Jan. 2020, 20:26:

Hi,


if you edit a load script in Monticello, a StringHolder will open. Unfortunately, StringHolders don't support styling.

A similar problem exists for the do-it list of the docking bar.


What would be the best approach to fix this? Introduce a subclass of StringHolder for this purpose? Add an instvar to StringHolder (which would be weird, because no subclass would use it)?


Best,

Christoph