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No es un bug

Bug in View.syntax_name()

Alex Gaynor hace 9 años actualizado por Jon Skinner hace 9 años 0
Traceback I got when trying this from the command line.

>>> window.active_view().syntax_name()
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
Boost.Python.ArgumentError: Python argument types in
    View.syntax_name(View)
did not match C++ signature:
    syntax_name(SP<TextBufferView>, long long)

Respuesta

Respuesta
No es un bug
This is working as expected: syntax_name() takes a point, and will return the scope name at that point. The name isn't ideal.

If you want the name of the syntax file currently in use, you can use view.settings().get('syntax')
Respuesta
No es un bug
This is working as expected: syntax_name() takes a point, and will return the scope name at that point. The name isn't ideal.

If you want the name of the syntax file currently in use, you can use view.settings().get('syntax')