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config:templates [2019/10/24 20:56]
wesdean add clarification re: single vs multiline comments
config:templates [2019/10/24 21:03] (current)
wesdean typo fix
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 Templates are based on files stored in [[https://​www.geany.org/​manual/​current/​index.html#​configuration-file-paths|Configuration file paths]]. ​ Geany reads when they are saved or by selecting //Tools | Reload Configuration//​ except for file templates which are read when they are used to create a new file. Templates are based on files stored in [[https://​www.geany.org/​manual/​current/​index.html#​configuration-file-paths|Configuration file paths]]. ​ Geany reads when they are saved or by selecting //Tools | Reload Configuration//​ except for file templates which are read when they are used to create a new file.
  
-==== Automatic Comment Strings ​it Templates ====+==== Automatic Comment Strings ​in Templates ====
  
 Most templates (fileheader,​ function, gpl, bsd) will automatically include the comment strings (e.g., '#'​ to start a shell script comment) when they are inserted; however, file templates and the changelog template do not include the strings to signal comments. ​ The exact comment strings are determined based on the filetype of the document into which they are being inserted. ​ By default, multi-line comments are preferred to single-line comments if both single- and multi-line comments are available. Most templates (fileheader,​ function, gpl, bsd) will automatically include the comment strings (e.g., '#'​ to start a shell script comment) when they are inserted; however, file templates and the changelog template do not include the strings to signal comments. ​ The exact comment strings are determined based on the filetype of the document into which they are being inserted. ​ By default, multi-line comments are preferred to single-line comments if both single- and multi-line comments are available.
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