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Midnight Commander: UTF-8 for mc-2007-06-23-14 & «Tab/BackSpace» can align Shift-highlighted multiline text

Posted 08-28-2008 at 04:41 PM by vit_r


it is adopted
www.linuxfromscratch.org/patches/blfs/svn/mc-4.6.1-debian_fixes-1.patch
# [ ] mc-4.6.1-debian_fixes-1.patch 25-Feb-2007 18:22 329K
http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/patches/blfs/svn/mc-4.6.1-debian_fixes-1.patch
to
http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/utils/file/managers/mc/snapshots
# [ ] mc-2007-06-23-14.tar.gz 23-Jun-2007 10:46 3.8M
# MD5 sum: 3d4e56a1152564331abe82e6570898ad mc-2007-06-23-14.tar.gz

pkg 394 Kb:
http://www.helplinux.ru/local--files/mc/mc-2008-08-28.tar.gz

anything ... let me know, please

ps.
encountering a bug
check of unpatched mc-2007-06-23-14 can save time

pps.
when a few lines are arrows-highlighted, -
«Tab/BackSpace» touches all lines and moves them
'edit/edit.c: option_arrows_highlight_lines_tab_spacing' spaces
by default = 4, but any other will do

when a single char(or more) is highlighted, -
«Tab/BackSpace» touches all line
so: «Tab/BackSpace» can be used to highlight and move a single line also

«BackSpace» moves them to the left
«BackSpace» deletes at the begining of highlighted lines all (' ' or '\t')

it affects only arrows-highlighted lines

F3 highlighting should be as it goes

when «Tab», «BackSpace», «Save» or «Save_As» are pressed
highlight is still on
any other key press should unmark highlighted area


Vit Rosin «vit_r@list.ru»

2008-08-28

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